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In Michel Gondry's and Charlie Kaufman's bizarre comedy, Wilkinson played Howard Mierzwiak, a doctor who specialises in erasing memories.
The final episode of the show – set in the fictional Cheshire village of Great Paxford during World War II – aired on Sunday night, with a dramatic ending in which a Spitfire crash-landed on the home of local medic Dr Campbell (Ed Stoppard).
But despite this, viewers of the show won’t get to find out which of the villagers lived and died in the crash – as the network have now confirmed it won’t be returning, even though several episodes have already been written for a third series.
All of which has led to a petition springing up on – begging ITV to reconsider.
‘ITV must realise how brilliant a programme it was and that it’s a terrible choice not to recommission it! ‘To those at ITV in charge of commissioning, please change your minds and allow more series of one of your best dramas to be written!
’ So far over 3,000 disgruntled viewers have signed – and the reaction on social media shows just how unpopular the decision to axe the show has been: An ITV spokesperson said of the decision: ‘We are incredibly proud of what Home Fires has achieved, but the ITV commissioning team continues to refresh the channel’s drama portfolio, hence the decision not to commission a further new series.’ We sense the fans aren’t going to let this one lie…