Jerome Flynn has thanked Ripper Street's fans for their support of the show following today's announcement that the show will return for a third series.
Ripper Street will return for a third series, it has been announced today.
The makers of Ripper Street posted a teasing tweet yesterday, hinting at an announcement about the future of the show.
And just like that, it’s time to bid farewell to Ripper Street. The good news is that, despite the series being axed after disappointing ratings (you can blame I’m A Celebrity), there remains a small glimmer of hope that LoveFilm could be funding a third series. Whatever happens, we couldn’t have asked for much more from this final gut punch of an episode.
The second series of period crime drama Ripper Street concludes on BBC One next week with 'Our Betrayal - Part 2', and death and violence stalk Whitechapel once more.
With the seventh episode of Ripper Street Series 2 tonight came both the first half of a thrilling two-part finale and – as we found out last week – the penultimate episode EVER.
The second series of period crime drama Ripper Street continues on BBC One next week with 'Our Betrayal - Part 1' and the pall of personal tragedy looms over the men of H Division as, from far shores, a very real and very valuable symbol of the British Empire’s wealth arrives in the form of an uncut diamond.
The BBC has confirmed that Ripper Street will not be returning for a third series.
In another brilliantly sharp and tragic episode, the second series of BBC One’s period crime drama continued to entertain on the one hand, whilst quietly investigating what it means to be human on the other – this time through the lens of religious faith.
BBC One's period crime drama Ripper Street returns for a second series this autumn.