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WARNING: The following contains spoilers from Bodyguard season one, episode five.

Tonight’s Bodyguard saw David (played by Richard Madden) finally manage to convince DS Louise Rayburn (Nina Toussaint-White) that there is more to the explosion which killed Julia (Keeley Hawes) than meets the eye.

They also managed to get CSI Lorraine Craddock (Pippa Haywood) and Commander Anne Sampson (Gina McKee) on board with their plan to dig deeper into the incident.

David and Louise were given permission to search the Home Secretary’s home in order to find the tablet she had been given with confidential information about the Prime Minister.

The pair were unlucky with their search but after being told to take time off from his job, David returned to Julia’s house.

As he searched her home he found the tablet hidden behind a photograph of Julia with the Prime Minister.

David was left stunned by his discovery and could be seen quickly rushing out of the house.

Viewers were kept in the dark with regards to what David plans on doing with the tablet and what it means.

Could Julia have hidden it knowing she would be killed or is she really alive and has left a clue for David?

Speaking about if there will be a second series of the hit BBC drama, write Jed hinted that there is a huge twist coming.

He teasingly told Radio Times: “You have to wait until the end because anything could happen.”

Whatever happens, Jed appeared to confirm that David would survive as he revealed he’d like to see actor Richard return to the role.

“He’s the genuine article, a real leading man,” he said.

“And I think this role has put him very much in the spotlight for bigger things.

“So the practicality may be that we have to work round his availability, if we are lucky enough to get him back.”

The synopsis for the final instalment reads: “Principal Protection Officer David Budd (Richard Madden) has made a major breakthrough in the investigation into the attack on the Home Secretary, but his enquiries have put him in mortal danger.

“With the clock ticking and no-one left who believes him, David attempts to prove his innocence.

“But the evidence against him begins to stack up.”

Will David be able to reveal the truth once and for all or is it too late?

Bodyguard concludes Sunday on BBC One at 9pm.


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