Unforgotten fans left raging over one major issue with thriller's series 4 premiere

UNFORGOTTEN fans have been left raging over one major issue with the thriller's series four premiere.

The hit ITV crime drama starring Sanjeev Bhaskar and Nicola Walker returned last night, almost three years after viewers last saw DI Sunny Khan and DCI Cassie Stuart.

After such a long wait, viewers were delighted to have the show back on their screens, but were soon gutted to learn the whole series wasn't available as a boxset to binge, and they would have to wait a week for each slice of the action.

Taking to Twitter, one wrote: "I love #Unforgotten4 but every time when it comes to the end of the episode, the reality sets in I have to wait a f***ing week. Damn you, damn you."

Another added alongside a string of sad face emojis: "Why can’t we binge unforgotten on itv hub #Unforgotten4."

A third tweeted: "So happy that #Unforgotten is back!! The best drama hands down. I just want to binge watch it like I did all of the others! #Unforgotten4."


Meanwhile a fourth wrote: "Really want @ITV to run #Unforgotten as a full series on @itvhub so I can binge watch the lot! Superb first episode!!"

Series four had originally been announced to start production in August 2019, but ITV didn't confirm filming had begun until January last year.

It was worth the wait for viewers though, as one wrote on Twitter: "I'd almost forgotten how much I enjoy #Unforgotten. It's great to have an excellent drama on terrestrial TV."

Another added: "I'm so glad its back #nicolawalker is such a phenomenal actress. I was hooked on this from the 1st series."

The first episode saw the pair investigate the discovery of a dismembered body in a scrap metal yard, with the team believing it had been stored in a domestic freezer for 30 years.

Alongside Sanjeev and Nicola, Peter Egan, Alastair Mackenzie and Carolina Main have all returned while new cast members include Sheila Hancock and Susan Lynch.

Unforgotten continues on Monday, March 1 on ITV.

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