The series finale of The happy valley premieres June 26 on Acorn TV, AMC+ and BBC America, and in StrippedPixel’s exclusive preview of the next episode, we see that Sergeant Catherine Cawood (Sarah Lancashire) is in danger from escaped killer Tommy Lee Royce (James Norton). ) invading his house.
In the footage above, we see Tommy incognito filling his travel bag from the back of the trunk when he wonders about a tank of gas. He looked at it for a moment and reluctantly grabbed her to take her with him. Where are they going?
Before we know it, we see him ducking down next to his van to avoid a cop on patrol. After avoiding the cops, we see Catherine in her house sleeping as Tommy rises above the window in her room.
In the penultimate episode of season 3, Tommy enjoys his freedom, despite being warned to beware of Catherine. However, this directly interferes with his goal of reuniting with his son and her grandson, Ryan (Rhys Connah).
In the season’s other main case, trainer Rob Hepworth (Mark Stanley) becomes the prime suspect when his wife Joanna’s (Mollie Winnard) body is discovered, even though we know he’s innocent. “This is a lot of plot with only one episode left,” says our lead critic, Matt Roush.
Created and written by Sally Wainwright, the show follows Catherine as she battles crime and personal demons in Calderdale in West Yorkshire, England.
In Season 3, Catherine discovers the remains of a murder victim, which sets off a chain of events that lead her back to murderer and rapist Tommy Lee Royce.
The series is a Lookout Point production for the BBC, co-produced with AMC Networks. Wainwright and Lancashire are executive producers alongside Faith Penhale and Will Johnston for Lookout Point, Ben Irving and Rebecca Ferguson for the BBC, and BBC Studios is distributing the series.
jolly valley, Series finale, Monday, June 26, Acorn TV, AMC+ and BBC America