Unforgotten season four finished with the death of DCI Cassie Stewart which had lovers all shocked as well as the personality’s family and friends as no one saw it coming.
Her colleague and best friend Sunny Khan was stunned and speechless when he was brought the information. The show must go on and this but today nobody is about Sunnyside.
Cassie and Sunny were in the middle of an investigation of a cold case murder while in mid she had been met with a grisly accident.
Initially, it had been believed Cassie would make retrieval but as moving into a finish, the injuries were far more serious as she had suffered extensive brain injuries and might never wake again. Sunny was spotted grieving over her friend’s departure and was quite emotional because he dropped off flowers by his grave.
Unforgotten Season 5: How Will Sunny Cope After Cassie’s Death?
Sunny may be feeling isolated after losing Cassie. Losing a loved person, spouse, relative or friend, is difficult to process, and can result in loneliness.
Although this is not something simple as the jolt of loss was sudden in particular, and a surprising death does not permit the person to have time to get ready for the loss.
Eék stated that Sunny will take the first steps in facing and exploring his own emotions through his psychological eulogy. He can find it difficult to move on with no grieving in sight.
ITV has confirmed Sunny will soon be getting himself a new companion may cause more problems for him and instead of finding a solution.
Up until today, it has not been confirmed who will be joining the cast for Season five. Some titles which have been in sight include Doctor Who’s Jodie Whittaker, Keeping Faith’s Eve Myles and Keeley Hawes from It’s A Sin’s. Other actresses who could be up for the role will be Kelly MacDonald from Line of Duty’s and Sarah Lancashire from Happy Valley.
Unforgotten is going to want some leading celebrity to fill in for following actress Walker.
Eék said journaling may be a method of trying to work through feelings. He also urged opening to loved ones and consultation for a professional help
Keeping in touch with something that holds some memories with that individual, like a location, object, or anything, may lead to happy memories.
Unforgotten is available on ITV Hub.