The Responder on BBC dazzled viewers with its bold portrayal of the British police frontline.
The five-part series follows Chris Carson, a morally compromised emergency response officer as he deals with a series of night shifts to a rhythm in Liverpool.
The previous show was written Merseyside Police Officer Tony Schumacher is inspired by his experiences working for the force.
Chris plays the role of TV and film star Martin Freeman, who is critically acclaimed for Scouse dialect – which he was said to have spent a year perfecting.
An original drama, the show ends on Wednesday (February 2).
There are currently no plans for a second series.
But many fans called Tony after episode three on Monday to ask him to think of one.
On Monday, Mr Schumacher tweeted: “Okay, listen, #TheResponder continues tonight at nine on BBCOne.
“The way I see it is that if you spent two years writing it, you could definitely spend an hour watching it, right?”
Sarah White replied, “Best thing we’ve seen in a long time. Don’t wait another two years to write the second series – STOP!!”
I wasn’t impatient enough, so watched them all on iPlayer, said Karl Connor.
“Very cool show and Martin Freeman was incredibly cool. Probably the best he’s ever had (on par with Fargo).”
Kezzabelle22 said, “Omg just watched bingely. It was amazing! I really hope there’s another series?
“Well done Tonyshoey it was great! Martin Freeman and all the actors played great roles”
The Reply program runs at 9pm on BBC One on Tuesdays and Wednesdays (1 and 2 February).
All episodes are also available on BBC iPlayer.
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