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Final Two Episodes Of Peter Kay's 'Car Share' Will Air Next Month

Claire Reid

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Final Two Episodes Of Peter Kay's 'Car Share' Will Air Next Month

The final two episodes of Peter Kay's Car Share will be broadcast on the BBC this May, it's been announced.

Fans of the show were left with a cliff-hanger when Kayleigh, played by Sian Gibson, confessed to John (Peter Kay) that she loved him; but John refused to open up about his own feelings and she walked out of the car.


In an interview last year, Kay said the ending had left many fans 'angry', with disappointed viewers hoping the pair would get their happy ending.


An official date hasn't yet been announced, but the BBC reports they will air on BBC One in May, so not too long to wait.

Confirming the two additional shows, he said in November: "It's been a very hard secret to keep. We were getting constant abuse about it. People have been very angry the series ended in that way."

It's believed that one of the specials will pick up where the last episode ended and the other one, called Car Share: Unscripted, is going to be completely improvised.

Kay said: "We were always very fond of ad-libbing around the script when we were filming the series so we decided to see what would happen if we took the script away and just relied on just our chemistry alone, reacting to whatever came on the radio."


Adding: "It's nothing to do with the story - just us having a laugh."

Earlier this week it was announced that a special charity screening of the last two episodes would be taking place in Blackpool next month.

The event will raise funds for The Lily Foundation, which treats children with mitochondrial disease.


In a statement, Kay said: "I've had first-hand experience of the foundation's work and I'm proud to raise both awareness and much needed funds to help with the inspiring work they provide to children and their families."

Tickets for the initial screening on 7 April sold out in minutes, so a second date, 6 April, was added.

You can pick up tickets - if you're quick - here.


In December last year, Kay announced that he was cancelling all his upcoming dates for his sell-out stand up show due to 'unforeseen family circumstances'.

Source: BBC

Featured Image Credit: BBC

Topics: TV and Film, Peter Kay, UK Entertainment

Claire Reid
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