UNFORGOTTEN fans all said the same thing about the Lisa Faulkner twist in the ITV drama.
The popular TV show returned to our screens last month after two long years.
Unforgotten fans have come up with a theory about Lisa Faulkner’s character
Unforgotten returned to our screens last month
Viewers were left heartbroken when the fifth series premiered in February without actress Nicola Walker.
However DCI Jessica James (actress Sinead Keenan), who has replaces DSI Cassie Stuart, has been doing a good job with DI Sunny Khan.
During episode two actress Lisa Faulkner made an appearance as a woman called Flick, who was a neighbour of the home where a body was found.
Now, three instalments on, some fans have come up with a theory – and they think that Lisa’s character is part of a plot twist that will see her character come back later on in the season.
Some have taken to Twitter to share their view.
One said: “It’s been bugging me that Lisa Faulkner has not been in the story more, can’t see her only having a cameo, face too well known, must be part of the story at some stage… surely?”
They added: “If remembering correctly twas Lisa Faulkner’s character who heard the fight between the victim and another. Just a thought, her character didn’t hear the fight, she was the one arguing with the victim. Could that be a late twist, an argument that turned deadly?”
During the last episode of series four, viewers were left in tears when the Nicola Walker’s beloved character DSI Cassie Stuart died.
When the show returned without the much-loved character Cassie, fans took to Twitter to say how much they missed her.
One viewer tweeted: “Why does Cassie’s death still hurt a whole year later #unforgotten
While another said: “I’m here for the ride. Won’t be the same without Cassie #Unforgotten.”
However, they did have high praise for actress Sinead Keenan who’s character DCI Jessica James replaces Cassie, with a fan tweeting: “So strange to watch this without Nicola Walker as Cassie.
“But I think Sinead Keenan is a fantastic actor, and you’re clearly not meant to like her character (yet) so definitely going to stick with it.”
While another echoed this: “Already love @SineadKeenan, of course no one can replace Nicola Walker but it’s not replacing.
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