Warning: This article contains spoilers!
Fans' hopes for a second series of 'The Night Manager' have been given a huge boost, with the news the cast all want it to return.
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The thrilling BBC One drama, starring Tom Hiddleston as British spy Jonathan Pine, reached its dramatic conclusion on Sunday night (27 March), and while it looked like curtains for Richard Roper and his army of merry men, one of the show's stars has claimed that a sequel is "eminently possible".
Actor Alistair Petrie, who played Lord Sandy Langbourne, has told the Daily Express that "everybody is up for" a second run, but "there are all sorts of factors that have to come into play".
"For these characters it's a global playground, that's the exciting part and it's a very international show. It means if they were to decide on series two, they could travel anywhere in the world. We know there's a lot of dastardly people out there, not just where we've been set at the moment.
Alistair added: "There's a fair wind behind us, from all aspects; from production, from cast, from creators. Fingers crossed because I think it would be fantastic and I know that everybody is up for it."
BBC controller of television Charlotte Moore previously revealed she is in discussions for a sequel with the production company The Ink Factory, which is run by the sons of the John le Carré - the author who penned the novel of the same name.
Talks began despite the fact that the original book is actually a stand-alone story.
Catch up on 'The Night Manager' on BBC iPlayer now.