James Corden Confirms Gavin And Stacey Will Return For One Final Episode
The host of The Late Late Show and his friend and co-writer Ruth Jones have not prepared anything for fans of the show just yet, but Corden has now confirmed that the next one will also be the final one.
Speaking about the prospect of new episodes with Metro, Corden said: "I don't know, is the answer. I honestly don't.
"We're all on a WhatsApp text group. All of us and Matt [Horne] and Jo [Page] did a special radio show for BBC Wales the other day that will go out on Christmas, and we all contributed to that somewhat."
He continued: "We're always talking, all of us, and Ruth [Jones] and I talk all the time.
"I hope so much we do it. The next one will really be the last, final part, and that is a little too much pressure for my chest to take at the moment, if I'm honest, in amongst the anxiety of 2020.
"If I had any notion of trying to make another Christmas special I don't think I'd be able to breathe."
Corden concluded: "So, we'll cross that bridge when we get to it. But I promise you, we won't lead you over that bridge unless we think it will be worth the journey."
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In the event that the show does return for one final spin, we already know where they'll have to pick the story up from.
The last show they did was a Christmas special last year that saw the gang reunited for a Christmas in Wales.
However, fans were left teetering on the edge of a cliff after Jones' character Nessa proposed to Corden's Smithy out of nowhere, before the show abruptly cut away to the credits.
That means that viewers were left with no closure and no idea when the next episode would come out.
So, any final episode that they write will presumably have to tackle that subject matter, while also coming up with some other suitable endings for all of the other characters.
Corden is currently promoting The Prom, in which he stars alongside Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, and Keegan-Michael Key.
Directed by Ryan Murphy, it's going to be available to watch on Netflix from 11 December.
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