Viewers of new ITV drama The Pembrokeshire Murders were left on the edge of their seats over a huge cliffhanger at the end of this evening’s episode.
The three-part series follows newly promoted Detective Superintendent Steve Wilkins, played by Luke Evans, taking the reins of a cold murder case from the 80s.
In 1985, siblings Richard and Helen Thomas were slain in a double killing and just four years later, Peter and Gwenda Dixon were murdered.
Meanwhile, at his home, a 999 call was made – though there was no response to the operator.
One fan tweeted: “Oooh roll on tomorrow…hope they nab him..what a way to end episode 2!!! and yes luke Evans is so hot Fire #pembrokeshiremurders.”
While another commented: “Watched second episode of #pembrokeshiremurders so chilling.”
A third wrote: “Much better episode today, but what a cliff hanger.. need tomorrow’s episode NOW! #pembrokeshiremurders.”
*The Pembrokeshire Murders concludes tomorrow night at 9pm on ITV
Originally from https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/pembrokeshire-murders-viewers-edge-seats-23308483