Two Weeks to Live star Maisie Williams has addressed the idea of a second season of her new Sky One comedy - and it sounds like she's not ruling it out.
Speaking exclusively to Digital Spy about her new show the Game of Thrones actress had a slightly jokey response when asked if a second season could be on the way, refusing to say a definitive yes or no to more episodes being made.
"Que sera sera," she said. "No, they've yet to email me about a second series, so we'll see if people watch it."
Considering that we thought the show was "riotous fun, with a ton of heart and soul to boot", we certainly wouldn't say no to a second season.
And the first run set up the potential for a second season perfectly, with a huge revelation at the end of the first season providing the plot for plenty more material.
Two Weeks to Live centres around, in Maisie's own words, "a girl called Kim who has been living in confinement (a cabin in the middle of nowhere) for 16 years of her life", with the show opening with her "stepping out into the real world for the first time".
Once she starts to explore the wider world around her Kim embarks on a mission to complete her bucket list, which contains wonderfully specific ambitions like 'go to a pub' and 'have a merry Christmas'.
During her first visit to a pub she encounters brothers Nicky (Mawaan Rizwan) and Jay (Taheen Modak) and when Jay decides to jokingly tell Kim that there has been a nuclear explosion and everyone only has two weeks to live, doomsday prepper Kim totally falls for it - turning all of their lives upside down.
Maisie, who played troubled Arya Stark on Game of Thrones, also told Digital Spy that working on a comedy was very refreshing after her years of dramatic work.
"Every day was a pure joy," she said. "I woke up at 4am smiling because I just couldn't wait to see them (her co-stars) and it's just a different experience. It's nowhere near as fun doing dramas."
Two Weeks to Live is available to stream now on Sky One and Now TV.
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