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Blue Lights Viewers Worried About Fan-Favorite Character After Final Episode’s Shocking Ending

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May 7, 2024, 07:14

The fourth episode of the second series of Blue Lights ended on a cliffhanger and left fans very worried about one of the main characters.

Warning, there are spoilers ahead if you haven’t yet seen series two, episode four of Blue Lights.

As Lee Thompson (Seamus O’Hara) continues his attempt to take over the drug empire and rule the Domaine du Mont Eden and beyond that, DS Murray Canning (Desmond Eastwood) abandons the rules to try to get a handle on things. He asks Shane Bradley (Frank Blake) and Tommy (Nathan Braniff) to run some operations for him, without “gloves.” After roughing up a few low-level dealers for information on how the drug operation works (and by “they” we mean Shane, while Tommy looked on disapprovingly), Canning takes them on another mission.

Although he has not received the required approval for overtime, he leads them to the Faithful Factory, which is the epicenter of the drug operation. He tells Tommy to take a look around the club to see what’s going on, while he and Shane wait in the car.

Shortly after arriving at the club, Tommy is recognized by a man he had previously arrested, who beats him in front of shocked onlookers.

Having realized that Canning is up to something, Annie (Katherine Devlin) and McNally (Joanne Crawford) arrive on the scene. Canning speeds up despite Shane’s protests. Annie finds Tommy on the club floor, unconscious and bleeding.

And that’s where the episode ends. Suspense!

Given what happened to Gerry in the first series, fans took to social media, fearing they would lose another fan favorite. One wrote: “They better not kill Tommy! Not after killing Gerry.

Another agreed, saying: “Surely they can’t do it again, I still haven’t finished the last one!” 😩”

One viewer wrote: “Not Tommy please. Great episode as usual. Never disappoints.

Others seemed more concerned with Tommy’s choice of outfit. “Surprised Tommy walked into the club, he looks about 14, dressed to go see his grandma,” one wrote.

Someone else said: “Tommy, Tommy, Tommy.” Never wear a sweater to go clubbing, you will be way too hot!

Blue Lights continues on BBC One at 9pm on Monday May 13. All episodes are now available on BBC iPlayer.