James Corden says there are 'no plans' for more 'Gavin and Stacey'

James Corden attends the world premiere of "Cats" at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on December 16, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Steven Ferdman/Getty Images)

Despite smashing ratings records over Christmas, Gavin and Stacey won't be back any time soon according to James Corden.

The co-creator and star of the series has shared that he and Ruth Jones haven't got plans to make another instalment following on from its cliffhanger Christmas special.

"We have no plans to make another, not at the moment," he shared while being interviewed for ITV's Lorraine while on the Oscar's red carpet.

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"We’ll have a sit down and think about that at some point but we certainly haven’t had that discussion yet."

Gavin and Stacey might not be back for more. (BBC)

The comedy became the UK's most-watched scripted show of the decade, with the total amount of viewers taking into account recording and on-demand amounting to 17.1 million.

However, many were left wanting more when it ended on Jones' character Nessa proposing to Corden's Smithy without getting a response.

Uncle Bryn star Rob Brydon has shared he's not too keen on making any more of the smash hit series because he reckons it's better to keep fans "wanting more".

Mathew Horne, Joanna Page, Alison Steadman, Ruth Jones, Laura Aikman, Rob Brydon, Robert Wilfort, Larry Lamb and guest, accepting the Impact Award for "Gavin and Stacey, Christmas Special", pose in the winners room during the National Television Awards 2020. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

He told Heat: "Personally, I would say leave it where it is, with people wanting more. It’s always my instinct, and I said that before this special. I was very surprised then to see that they had written it.”

Meanwhile, Jones has said that there were "a lot of hurdles to overcome" if the story were to continue due to issues of getting the cast back together as well as meeting with the LA-based Corden to write it.

Speaking to Radio Times she said: "There’s something nice about leaving it hanging in the air and wondering ‘did they ever get married, or didn’t they?’ So, we’ll see.”