PUBLISHED: 09:40, Fri, May 1, 2020 | UPDATED: 09:50, Fri, May 1, 2020
Blood is an Irish family drama where the events of the past continue to haunt the Hogan family. The series was first brought to Channel 5 in 2018 and a second season began on Monday, April 27. With the most recent series now starting, fans are already questioning the show's future.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Blood seasons one and two.
In the first series of Blood, Cat Hogan (played by Carolina Main) returned to Ireland after hearing that her mother Mary (Ingrid Craigie), who had a long-term illness, had died of accidental death.
Her father is Jim (Adrian Dunbar ) is then suspected of having something to do with Mary's death, leaving Cat uncertain as she is haunted by memories of a childhood incident.
In the season one finale, viewers found out what really happened with a flashback scene showing how Mary, who was in pain from her condition, begged her husband to help her kill herself.
He reluctantly agreed and was arrested at the end of the series.
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Will there be a third season of Blood? (Image: Acorn TV)
Blood season 2 started on Channel 5 on Monday, April 27. (Image: Acorn TV)
The second series of Blood picks up one year after the first season ended.
Blood continues to explore the Hogan family history, secrets and the lies they tell one another to keep the truth from coming out.
In series two, Jim returns to his hometown a year later after the events of his wife's death.
He finds out his daughter Fiona (Gráinne Keenan) has been diagnosed with the same condition her mother had and her husband Paul (Ian Lloyd Anderson) is stressed due to ongoing money problems.
But the family suffers another loss as Paul's body is later found in Fiona's car, leading to another mystery needing to be solved.