Quiz designer James Graham has revealed that he wants to write a sequel to his series based on the cough scandal Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.
James has revealed that he will be ready to write a follow-up episode illustrating the allure of Charles and Diana Ingram, which they are still planning after the drama airs.
The creator also said he would like to see the moment when Ingram lost three toes in a lawnmower accident, which did not appear in the series to the disappointment of fans.
Even more? Quiz creator James Graham has revealed that he wants to write a sequel to his series based on the cough scandal Who Wants To Be A Millionaire (Quiz show still pictured)
Referring to Ingrams’ James, The Sun told The Sun: “It could go back to court, in which case episode four will happen to you soon.
“It would be a story of” 20 years later, “looking at what has happened to this family in the interim.
Although James insisted that there are specific plans for a second series, he would love to get in touch with ITV about a follow-up after years of fascination with the history of the Ingrams.
He added: “As someone who has been obsessed with this story since he was 18, I will be delighted to see how their story unfolds. “
Drama: A follow-up series could also feature the infamous moment when Ingram cut three of his toes in a 2010 lawnmower crash (photo after the crash)
In 2010, Charles revealed details of the shocking accident with the lawn mower, after accidentally cutting three of his toes.
“I was using my hover mower to mow the bank at the back of the garden and I was trying to avoid the apple tree when I slipped on a rotten apple,” he said.
“I tried to avoid the mower blade, but it went over my foot. I only wore Wellingtons and it cut through the rubber.
“I remember seeing my big toe lying on the grass and thinking,” Oh my dear. I got up and managed to head to the garden. Fortunately, someone had just arrived to retrieve a laptop and she called an ambulance.
Plans: Creator James (pictured last year) also said he would be willing to write another series on the lure of the Ingrams, which they would continue working on after Quiz hit the screens.
Charles, who lives in a three-bedroom detached house in Easterton, Wiltshire, was taken to Salisbury District Hospital where he spent four nights.
He said, “They took the toes to the hospital with me, but it was decided that they were just too mutilated. Unfortunately, they weren’t able to stitch them up, so they had a skin transplant.
“It was my big toe, following it along, then half after that of the left foot. Now I have strains where two of them were and half a toe for the other. There are a lot of points around the toes, probably from 25 to 30. ‘
Controversy: Charles, his wife Diana (photo from 2002) and university professor Tecwen Whittock were convicted in 2003 of deception for cheating Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
Charles, his wife Diana, and university professor Tecwen Whittock were convicted in 2003 of deception for cheating Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
He used Whittock’s cough to guide him to the correct answers. His wife was found guilty of helping to set up the scam. He was then expelled from the army, where he served as a major in the Royal Engineers
The couple have made several television appearances on shows such as Wife Swap and The Weakest Link, but last year was declared bankrupt for the fourth time.
Stars: Matthew Macfadyen and Sian Clifford play the Ingrams on the show, while Michael Sheen plays the show’s host Chris Tarrant (photo)