Amanda Abbington's show Cuffs cancelled
Amanda Abbington's TV show 'Cuffs' has been cancelled by the BBC.
Amanda Abbington's TV show 'Cuffs' has been cancelled.
After the final episode of series one of the BBC police drama aired on Wednesday (16.12.15), Amanda took to Twitter to confirm that it had been axed.
She wrote: "End of an era. And we are all gutted. Thanks to a wonderful cast, crew and fans. No series two. Sad day. #bbcCuffs
"Thanks for all your support and tweets regarding #cuffs. You're all so great. Bless ya. We will miss it so much. XxX (sic)."
Co-star Alex Carter added: "Thank u 4all the #Cuffs love. It really was the perfect job & team, such a shame it's not getting a second series. x (sic)."
The BBC has described 'Cuffs' a "fast-paced police drama following a team as they deal with the challenges of front-line policing."
Amanda starred as DS Jo Moffat, who is "diligent and organised, she always does everything by the book and gets results.
"But whilst her career is going from strength to strength, her personal life isn't. Lonely and divorced, Jo is having an affair with Robert Vickers (Peter Sullivan), her Chief Super."