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"Presumably they didn't know there would be no series three when these episodes were made, so we're going to be left on an unsolvable cliffhanger whether we like it or not", she says.Nevertheless, she's hoping it goes out with a bang: "Fingers crossed for a blinding finish."The final episode of Indian Summers will air on Sunday at 9pm.25 April Producers have pulled the plug on Indian Summers after half of its viewers failed to tune back in for the second season.Set in the British Raj of the 1930s, the show was initially supposed to run for five series.However, Channel 4 announced last month that, with a number of new drama launches already confirmed for 2017, it would not be commissioning a third series.Indeed, this week's ninth instalment "unravelled into a hotchpotch of plotshell".Right decision or not, the critic fears fans will be left without a meaningful conclusion in Sunday's finale.A Channel 4 spokesman said: "We're incredibly proud of Indian Summers and have loved having it in the schedule.
Fans on Twitter hope Charlie will meet a violent end, while a Radio Times poll of 1,021 people found that 77 per cent did not think the show should have been cancelled.Viv Groskop at The Guardian described the eighth episode as a "heart-stopper", but said it was "probably the right decision" to end the show as it has ultimately "lost momentum".In the show's finale, the wife-beating Charlie (Blake Ritson) finally got his comeuppance and Cynthia (Julie Walters) gave up her club.Sooni (Aysha Kala) converted to Islam, with her parents refusing to acknowledge her by her new name Layla, while Ralph (Henry Lloyd-Hughes) handed in his resignation as Private Secretary."While viewers will not get a chance to witness the rest of the political strife that leads to a bloody and murderous partition in 1947," she says, "the finale of Indian Summers ends on a moment of communal hope and promise for a new and happier future that India may one day see."12 May Channel 4's decision to axe Indian Summers after the current season has left viewers worried the plot will have no meaningful conclusion.The show lost around half of its audience between the two series and critics complained about the "strangely constipated story" – although episode eight, which aired last week, was felt to have finally injected some excitement into the plot.
Alice (Jemima West) attempted to leave her villainous husband Charlie (Blake Ritson) to run away with Aafrin (Nikesh Patel), but was caught at the last minute.