BBC viewers have called for a sequel to Keeley Hawes' "gripping" new mass shooting drama Crossfire.The three-part series aired its final episode on Wednesday night (September 21).Written and produced by Apple Tree Yard author Louise Doughty, Crossfire follows a group of friends as they come under siege during a hotel pool shooting while on their joint holiday at a luxury resort.READ MORE:Casualty fans floored as they spot grisly format change just minutes into episodeWhile Crossfire has divided critics, fans on Twitter heaped praise on the "brilliant" and "nail-biting" drama as the show reached its dramatic conclusion.With some fans praising Crossfire's "emotional" ending, others called for the series to be developed into a "franchise" as they begged to see more of the characters.One fan wrote: "#keeleyhawes and @buddyclubprods another fantastic gripping show Absolutely loved it."Another commented: "Absolutely brilliant...best drama for a long time...really tense - great cast."Meanwhile, a third fan said: "Have we just seen the launch of a franchise?
Surely there's more life in all these characters."A fourth added: "BBC what a gripping drama, literally had to cover my face most of it, really hard to watch.
Brilliant drama, want more.""Absolutely brilliant! Heart in mouth stuff. Nail biting & emotional. I'm exhausted lol," another fan concluded.Crossfire also stars Harry Potter actor Lee Ingleby, Line of Duty star Anneika Rose and The Bay's Daniel Ryan.Bodyguard actress Keeley Hawes stars as off-duty police officer Jo and speaking recently about the series, praised her "non-passive" lead action role.Keeley told Radio Times: "I've been asked, 'How does this differ from other action-based pieces that you've done?' Well,.Read more on dailystar.co.uk