IF LIKE us you were hooked on the first episode of ITV's Grace, you'll be keen to know when there will be more.
The two-hour episode received rave reviews, and followed a grisly stag party prank that want wrong.
When is the next episode of Grace on TV?
ITV have confirmed to The Sun that there will be a second episode of Grace.
However, the broadcaster hasn't revealed when it will air, but have said it will be sometime in 2021.
The next episode of Grace will cover the second book in the Peter James franchise which is called Looking Good Dead.
The story follows the murder of Tom Bryce who is killed after he witnesses a murder while trying to return a disc he found on a train.
How many episodes are there?
There are actually 15 books in the series, so could potentially have 14 more episodes.
The novels are all written by best-selling author Peter James.
At the moment ITV have only revealed we will be getting a second episode, but due to the success of the first show, they are likely to make more.
All of the books follow different cases headed up by Detective Superintendent Roy Grace, who is played by actor John Simm on the show.
What happened in Grace episode one?
WARNING: Contains spoilers from Grace episode one.
Well what a grisly tale episode one was.
It all started with what seemed like a stag do prank that went wrong, when property developer Michael was buried alive by his friends as a joke.
But things took a turn for the worst when the four men who left the groom in the shallow grave, were then killed themselves in a car crash.
This meant Michael was trapped underground and no one knew he was there – or did they?
Detective Superintendent Roy Grace joined the case and started to unravel a much more sinister plot, than just a joke gone wrong.
It turned out his best mate, and business partner, Mark, who didn't go to the stag do, actually had orchestrated him being buried alive so that he could kill him, steal all his money and run off with his bride-to-be Ashley.
But little did he know, that he was being double-crossed himself by Ashley and she was working with an Irish man called Vic, who then killed Mark.
It then turned out Ashley and Vic had taken Michael out of the grave and left him to die in a derelict house.
The pair then planned to flee the country, but when they realised Grace was on to them, Ashley killed Vic and tried to pretend he had been attacking her.
Grace didn't believe a word she said and she soon confessed to Michael's kidnap and wanting to run off with his money.
In the end, Michael was found alive and rushed to hospital.
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