happy valley the audience has been calling Sarah Lancashire Winner of “All Awards” for her portrayal of Catherine Cawood in this gritty drama.
BBC One is currently airing its long-awaited third season, the final episode of Sally Wainwright’s drama about police officers battling Yorkshire’s drug problem, which fans believe will end in It hasn’t lost any of its luster in its eight years off the air.
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Lancashire plays a police officer trying to avenge his daughter, who took her own life after being raped by violent drug dealer Tommy Lee Royce (James Norton).
Catherine and her sister Claire (Siobhan Finneran) are now raising grandson Ryan (Rhys Connah), who has been in touch with his imprisoned father throughout season three.
Admirers of the Lancashire show included TV presenter Anita Rani, who tweeted: “I’m already sad it’s ending. It deserves every award. TV Is there a stronger female character on earth than Catherine Cawood?” @SarahLancs UK you are excellent. “
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Call the Midwife and Casualty star George Rainsford added: “Just give #SarahLancashire & #SiobhanFinneran All awards. That cafe scene is a master class in acting. “
One fan posted a scene of Lancashire playing her character Catherine crying, writing: “This tear needs its own BAFTA.”
Series creator Wainwright and Lancashire co-star Finneran also received critical acclaim.
One viewer tweeted: “That was amazing. 15 minutes of pure talent. Not a single person raised their voices. Sarah and Siobhan gave absolutely everything during that time and Sally gave them the best Amazing work material.”
Others agreed: “Amazing! Two of the best actors we’ve ever had.”
Another fan wrote: “The way Sarah Lancashire is able to switch back and forth between tragedy and comedy and back in half a beat is unbelievable. This must be Coronation Street The result of an astonishing talent honed in the field.”
Others added: “I’ve always been in awe of the way Sarah Lancashire delivers dialogue. Some actors you can see acting. Not her. Totally believable, always.”
The entire third season so far has left audiences ecstatic, feeling the long wait was worth it.
Famous fan Anneka Rice tweeted last week: “Sunday I loved Happy Valley so much I’m watching episode 2 again. Might even be watching episode 3. Acting masterclass. That scene @SarahLancs UK See the headmaster…”
“Sarah Lancashire needs to be talked about like Olivia Colman,” wrote others.
Happy Valley continues on Sunday night on BBC One at 9pm.