The first series of ITV's Liar is finally at an end, and it's safe to say it's been an emotional roller-coaster.

We've gone from loving to loathing it, all in the space of one breath, and nobody's quite sure how we're going to be feeling when the series finally draws to a close.

But now we've been given our first glimpse at what could happen in the show's final episode, and it looks like it's going to be a good one...


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In the final episode, we see Andrew Earlham, played by Ioan Gruffudd, being forced to tell his son that he's being probed by police.

His son, who is a student of Vanessa's, is told all about the allegations his teacher has made against his dad, leaving him looking both confused and alarmed.

This all comes after Laura drugged and kidnapped her rapist in a desperate attempt to make him 'fess up to his wrongdoings.


But if you want to find out whether Luke decides to believe his dad or not, you'll have to wait until Monday's episode airs.

Earlier in the series fans were left in hysterics, after the real filming location behind Liar was revealed.

The programme was supposed to be located in a fictional seaside town, however due to an editing oversight, the illusion was quickly killed...


Credit: ITV

Awks.

As pointed out by The Express and quick on the mark fans on Twitter, scenes showed a gigantic sign showing the exact location of the show.

In the episode which aired a couple of weeks ago, it was revealed that Andrew Earlham's son Luke had got young Makeda pregnant.

As Makeda was peeking out the window waiting for her abortion pills to to be posted through the letterbox, she drew back the curtains to reveal a huge SE4 sign.

Unsurprisingly, this totally ruined the show's seaside illusion, taking it from the seaside to a London suburb.

Might wanna check that editing for the final episode, guys.

Featured Image Credit: ITV

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