Glen Morgan says a season 2 for 'Intruders' is "out of my hands".
The ratings were good, but - apparently- not great. The show's writer, Glen Morgan (well known for his work on that other paranormal 'biggie' 'The X-Files' ) may have taken a risk with his 'slow burn' approach, appealing to intelligent viewers rather than the kind who want everything explained to them from the get-go, and that may have cost the show a few viewers. BUT 'Intruders' is the kind of concept that has the potential to become a drama with true cult status - viewers in the UK haven't even seen the show yet (the end of October on BBC2 is the current rumour, so watch next week's TV magazines!) so it is to be hoped that any decision will be held off until ALL the ratings are in.
Questions for Season 2: (which will not now be answered...)
Will Jack use his new status as a way to track down Rose (and Amy?) Will we see Gary again (and more of 'the other side')? What is Richard Shepherd's story? What is Richard and Amy's history? Who were the men Jack killed in LA, and why did he do it? Will Jack ever find his son? Will Detective Blanchard be Jack's friend, or foe? How will Qui Reverti deal with what Jack did to their library of books and triggers?
and perhaps the most burning question of all (at least in Jack's mind) - will Jack ever get Amy back?
There are no doubt many more questions to be thought of, asked and answered - do you have any? email email@example.com and we'll post them here. In the meantime, vote in our survey (which will be communicated to BBC America) and here's hoping that we can say to 'Intruders' - "Welcome back, again."