Gavin & Stacey co-creator Ruth Jones has promised that she’ll make one other TV present with James Corden sooner or later.
The pair launched Gavin & Stacey on BBC Three in 2007, which ran for 3 seasons, and returned final Christmas for a one-off particular.
One of many present’s stars, Alison Steadman, has said the show is “unlikely” to return after the latest particular, regardless of being left on a big cliffhanger, and Jones has stated that whereas a future undertaking with Corden “might not be Gavin & Stacey,” that “it’ll be one thing”.
“James and I did Zoom a couple of instances. However we didn’t do any writing. In truth, I keep in mind us each saying how uncreative we each felt,” she stated.
“And since then we’ve not even talked about work, simply talked concerning the household and the way we’re feeling. It does look like a waste doesn’t it, to not have spent all these lockdown hours writing? However I simply couldn’t get into the groove.”
Talking of how she took within the new particular, which aired on Christmas Day 2019, Jones added: “All of us watched it spherical at James’s home, and when it ended James’s youthful sister Ruth simply screamed: ‘No! You’ll be able to’t finish it there!’”
Talking about whether or not one other sequence of the present is within the works, she added: “There’s nothing within the diary. We’re each fairly busy.”
Gavin & Stacey returned to BBC television on Saturday nights during the coronavirus lockdown to elevate the nation’s spirits.
Reviewing last year’s Christmas special, NME wrote: “Corden and Jones have crafted a near-perfect celebration of every little thing that made the present so nice within the first place. Die-hard followers may need minor quibbles with a scarcity of character development, but it surely’s clear Corden and Jones have resurrected their beloved child with massively profitable outcomes.
“Time will inform whether or not a extra everlasting return to Barry is on the playing cards, however with out saying anything, we definitely wouldn’t rule it out. All will develop into clear.”