Broadchurch writer Chris Chibnall reveals tonight’s ‘very emotional’ last ever episode will close off all loose ends

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The whodunnit has kept 11 million viewers guessing for the best part of two months, but Chris kept his “poker face” and refused to give any hints as to which suspect is guilty.
Tonight viewers will finally find out who was responsible for the rape of Trish Winterman ( Julie Hesmondhalgh ) – and, potentially, at least two other attacks.
To keep the secret until the last minute, ITV has taken the unus­ual step of issuing a ban on media watching previews of the finale, even leaving TV critics out in the cold.
Chris spoke about the ‘very emotional’ final episode of Broadchurch (Photo: ITV) He admitted this series would be the last (Photo: ITV) Read More ‘It’s too obvious!’: Broadchurch viewers STILL can’t work out who raped Trish as Jim is grilled by police Speaking about the final episode while on location at West Bay, Dorset, where the series is filmed, Chris said: “We have to close off the story, close off the series. There were a few tears shed I think.
Good Morning Britain’s Laura Tobin attempted to get some answers out of the writer, who admitted that even his own family have remained in the dark.
When asked if there would be another series, Chris said: “I don’t think so. I think it’s the end of the story tonight.
There are a lot of suspects in the frame (Photo: ITV) Chris said even the actor behind the culprit didn’t know it was them (Photo: ITV) Read More Broadchurch: The suspects so far in the crime drama’s epic final series “I hope it’s a really satisfying end. A lot of things happen tonight.
“We’ve only got an hour to clear up everything in the whole show. There’s a lot going on but I hope it feels a satisfying, appropriate end.
Jim Atwood (Mark Bazeley), Clive Lucas (Sebastian Armesto), Ed Burnett (Lenny Henry) and Ian Winterman (Charlie Higson) remain the top suspects ahead of tonight’s finale, but viewers have come to expect big surprises from the series.
Laura tried to get some answers out of Chris but he kept his ‘poker face’ (Photo: ITV) The last ever episode will be broadcast live at 15 Vue cinemas across the country, with a lot of the cast and crew joining Chris to watch in a cinema in Bridport, Dorset.
Speaking about changing the script, Chris said: “I wrote episode one, draft one and I thought it was somebody, then I thought ‘oh that’s how it should resolve’, so it changed slightly.”
He also admitted that the actor behind the culprit was unaware that their character would commit the awful crime before they signed on.
Tonight viewers will finally discover who raped Trish (Photo: PA) “We had a conversation with that person during the process, but they didn’t know when they joined.
“Everyone had to join on the proviso that they didn’t know.”
* The final episode of Broadchurch airs tonight on ITV at 9pm
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