Life On Mars stars confirm new series after 13 years – and which cast members might return

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Life on Mars could make a comeback after recent rumors, with actor Dean Andrews revealing episodes are being written for a third series. The popular BBC show starring John Simm and Philip Glenister ended in 2007 after its second series, when it was never canceled.

Writer Matthew Graham has confirmed that another series could be made in the future, if the team thinks there is “something to say”.

The time has come, it seems, with recent reports and comments from Graham on a new series in the works.

Now, the former show star Dean has confirmed that it will most likely result in something.



Life on Mars is in talks for a return

Speaking on This Morning on Wednesday, the actor who currently plays Will Taylor on Emmerdale confessed that more episodes were under discussion.

He revealed which cast members also seemed eager to return, before indicating what the series might cover.

Dean said, “There’s a very, very good chance that this will happen.



Life on Mars and Emmerdale actor Dean Andrews teased a reunion



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“Writers Matt Graham and Ashley Pharoah are writing four or five episodes, and getting everyone who wants to come back together.

“I think Phil and John are very, very excited about this, Daniel Mays, myself… they hope everyone wants to come back, and they want to make history in the 70s and 80s and modern times.

“I just have to try to beg Emmerdale at some point in my life if they still want me.” “



Life on Mars writers plan new episodes

Dean currently plays Will Taylor on Emmerdale and is the center of huge stages, following a showdown with his rival DI Malone.

But while it looked like Will hit Malone in the head with a wrench on Friday, the actor confessed that everything was right fitting to maintain social distancing guidelines.

He said: “There was in fact [social distancing], but he came brilliantly in the cut and it looked like I was hitting him but I was miles away from him. ”

This morning airs weekdays at 10 a.m. on ITV.

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