The Split star Annabel Scholey teases more chaotic season three

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Star of BBC drama The Split, Annabel Scholey, has teased details about the show's third and final season, which was announced earlier this year.

Though no release date has been set for the new episodes, fans are clearly excited about how the legal drama will come to end.

Scholey, who plays Nina, told Digital Spy: "Series three has been amazing... it's more chaotic than season one and two, everybody has more drama, it's very emotional."

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"I'd like to say Nina's on more of an even keel but she's definitely not, she does tend to leap from disaster to disaster, which is great fun for me to play," she added.

Scholey and her co-stars Stephen Mangan, Fiona Button, Deborah Findlay and Chukwudi Iwuji are wrapping up production on The Split now.

Scholey said she is "waiting to hear back on some interesting things" that she has "auditioned for" as she looks towards the future after the end of The Split.

The Split takes place in London, exploring the cutthroat divorce industry and looks at three sisters: Hannah, Nina and Rose.

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Creator Abi Morgan said of the final series: "It's great to be back writing for the Defoe family, and to dive once more into the complications of their lives and those of their clients."

"In the final series of this bittersweet trilogy, Hannah faces the heartbreak of her own divorce, and the fight to save her family and her marriage. Siblings clash, past mistakes are exposed and hearts are broken as Noble Hale and Defoe notches up more billable hours in the divorce capital of the world."

Scholey appeared last year in another BBC drama, The Salisbury Poisonings, and more recently played Claire Brown in 'Village of the Angels', episode four of Doctor Who's 13th season Flux.

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