ITV reveals fate of The Bay’s future following series four

ITV confirmed the future fate of The Bay after the release of the fourth series. The channel announced in a statement released on Tuesday that it has ordered a fifth series, which will begin filming later this year.

The film, which stars Marsha Thomason and Daniel Ryan, was confirmed in a statement that reads: “Filming for the new series will begin later this year, with new information on the cast. will be announced.

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“Series five will see the latest case of Morecambe MIU, focusing on the emotionally complex life of a divided family. The victim’s father and mother are legally divorced. Bitterly, Jenn Townsend and team will have to work very carefully to keep the whole family on the sidelines.”

The fourth series, which aired earlier this year, sees Marsha return as Jenn Townsend, after taking up residence at Morecambe CID alongside protagonists Daniel Ryan, Erin Shanagher, Andrew Dowbiggin, and Andrew Dowbiggin. Thomas Law.

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© Jonathan Birch The Bay is back with its fifth series

The disturbing film follows the MIU team as they investigate the death of Beth Metcalf’s mother in a horrific arson attack. The synopsis explains: “Jenn immediately realized that this broken family would need all the support available. Grieving husband Dean found himself at sea.

“The staff is shocked and completely unprepared to be the sole caregiver for his four children, with whom he has always fought – unable to process what happened. When Jenn, Manning and the team digs deeper into the case, uncovering secrets and lies that lurk beneath every surface.”

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Barry Sloane in the Gulf© Jonathan BirchBarry Sloane in the Gulf

The episodes also saw the return of Barry Sloane as Chris Fischer, Jenna’s partner, and Georgia Scholes as Erin, Chris’ daughter, and David Carpenter and Emme Hayes as Conor and Maddie, son of Chris. Jenna.

Before news of a fifth installment was confirmed, fans were initially concerned that the police cut scenes mentioned in the film could be a hint that the series is headed for a natural ending. However, Marsha was quick to dispel those concerns. Speaking to Digital Spy, she said: “No, I don’t think it’s about that.

Daniel Ryan sits at a table during a meeting at The Bay© Jonathan Birch Season 5 will begin filming later this year

“Look, do you think they’re trying to stop the show? No. They want these shows to go on for as long as possible. It’s just about the state of the police, cutting back all the time. That’s what it’s about.”

Polly Hill, Head of Drama at ITV, added: “We are delighted to be returning to Morecambe for another series of The Bay. This series is a huge success story for ITV and us. very grateful to Catherine Oldfield, Daragh Carville and the team at Tall Story Pictures for continuing to create compelling stories and characters.”

Barry Sloane speaking into Marsha Thomason's ear in The Bay© Jonathan BirchBarry Sloane and Marsha Thomason in the Gulf

The Bay's cast for the fourth series' official stillsCast of the fourth series of The Bay

Claire Goose walks through the door as Jacqui Fischer in The Bay© Jonathan BirchClaire Goose as Jacqui Fischer

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