I Hate Suzie to return for season 2 following fan praise

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I Hate Suzie spoilers follow.

The fate of I Hate Suzie has been revealed following season 1.

On Friday (February 19), the official Sky TV Twitter account confirmed the show WILL return for a second season, with filming set to begin next year.

"We are so excited to continue the journey of Suzie Pickles," the tweet read. "Filming starts in 2022. More news to come (our lips are sealed until then)."

I Hate Suzie stars former Doctor Who actress Billie Piper as teenage-pop-sensation-turned-actress Suzie Pickles, whose life goes into a tailspin after NSFW pictures of her are published online.

Photo credit: Alison Painter / Sky UK
Photo credit: Alison Painter / Sky UK

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The series also stars Lovesick actor Daniel Ings, Leila Farzad and former EastEnders star Phil Daniels.

Season 1 ended with Suzie parting ways with Naomi (Farzad) and breaking things off with Cob (Ings) after finally admitting she no longer loved him, only to discover she is pregnant.

Having gone down a storm with viewers and critics alike, the show was recently nominated for 'Best Drama Series' at the Broadcast Press Guild Awards 2021.

While it seems like Piper will definitely be back for season 2, it remains to be seen whether Ings, Farzad or Daniels will return to the story.

Photo credit: Ollie Upton - Sky
Photo credit: Ollie Upton - Sky

I Hate Suzie reunited Piper with Secret Diary of a Call Girl writer Lucy Prebble.

Comparing the two shows previously, Piper told Digital Spy: "Holistically, I'd say it's been better. The material is closer to our hearts and we have very little to fight against creatively. I think also that we're older and bolder."

Keep up the boldness in season 2, ladies!

I Hate Suzie airs on Sky and NOW TV in the UK.

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