The Syndicate season four has been airing on BBC One since March 2021 and the final episode airs tonight. This season focused on a group of dog walkers who found out they had won a huge jackpot, but their winning ticket had been stolen. Express.co.uk has all you need to know about the prospect of a fifth season.
The fourth season of The Syndicate wraps up tonight and in the finale, the group of friends return to England following their pursuit.
They are gutted that their trip to Monaco had been for nothing. But as they leave the airport, there is big news waiting for them.
Frank (played by Neil Morrissey) discovers he is in over his head with all the lies and he urges Cheryl (Gaynor Faye) to help him out of a sticky situation.
Kay Mellor, who created the series, has confirmed that the show should return for a fifth season, much to the delight of fans.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
She said she was already working on ideas for the plot, telling the Daily Star: "There’s something cooking. The ingredients are there, so it’s there. But it’s not cooked up yet."
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The Syndicate: Season 4 ends on May 4 (Image: BBC)
The Syndicate: Neil Morrissey as Frank (Image: BBC)
As season four has only just come to an end, it is too early to say when fans could expect season five.
They can hope for a summer 2022 release date, but there is no knowing how production could be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic in the future.
Mellor said ideas are still being tossed around, so nothing substantial is in the pipeline yet.
It took six years for season four to make it to the small screen, so