Big Sky spoilers follow. Really, really big ones.
ABC's new David E Kelley-penned drama Big Sky starring Ryan Phillippe is set to premiere in the US tonight (November 17).
But ahead of the TV show's debut, Phillippe's co-star Kylie Bunbury may have given away a massive spoiler.
While appearing on Good Morning America alongside castmates Phillippe and Katheryn Winnick, Kylie shared her reaction to the show's pilot – but she may have revealed too much.
"I was shocked as well and really excited that ABC was taking a chance like this to kill off a star like Ryan," Kylie said. "And I also had some deep thoughts about what his fans are going to think about it."
The interview has since been uploaded to the Good Morning America website, but with Kylie's potential spoiler omitted.
However, her remarks did not go unnoticed by fans on Twitter. One person wrote: "Did @kyliebunbury really just drop a super spoiler about #BigSky on #GM ? Argh."
While another added: "So was that spoiler a publicity stunt or nah? most awkward tv moment. I hope it's to throw us off. Poor Kylie if not."
— joey elswick (@jojopino) November 17, 2020
— Jae (@TheRealJennRice) November 17, 2020
— Mora Salon (@MoraSalon) November 17, 2020
— SteveKerr'sClipboard (@KerrsSteve) November 17, 2020
@BigSkyABC @GMA @kyliebunbury is anyone going to address how the show was just spoiled for lots of people????? Ugh pretty frustrating for some of us who have been looking forward to this!!!!! #BigSky #ABC
— Ashley Alter (@ashers0726) November 17, 2020
So was that spoiler a publicity stunt or nah? 😂 most awkward tv moment. I hope it’s to throw us off. Poor Kylie if not. 🙄
— hc8044 (@hc8044) November 17, 2020
Big Sky is based on CJ Box's 2013 novel The Highway. The series initially focuses on the search for two sisters who have been kidnapped by a truck driver on a remote highway in Montana.
Big Sky airs tonight (November 17) on ABC in the US. It doesn't currently have a UK home.
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