Casualty whips fans into a frenzy with cryptic three-word post as they beg for show's return | The Sun

CASUALTY has left fans in a frenzy with a cryptic three-word post as they beg for the show to return.

In September, it was announced that Casualty would be taking some time off from the BBC’s schedule until further notice.

Now, the show has caused a stir on social media as it shared an image and a three-word phrase that left viewers buzzing.

The show uploaded an image of the characters Jacob Masters (Charles Venn) and Teddy Gowan (Milo Clarke) in their ambulance on X/Twitter.

The post read: “’3006 to control…’ Three words we can’t wait to hear! #Casualty.”

Fans eagerly flocked to the comments section, brimming with excitement as they shared their anticipation for the show's highly-anticipated return.

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One wrote: “Can’t wait for it to be back on. Saturday nights haven’t been the same.”

A second added: "No 3 words are "back on Saturday."

A third penned: "Gimme some Dylan.”

A fourth wrote: "I am looking forward to having back on Saturday on BBC 1 when is it back.”

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A fifth asked: "When's it back on?"

Fans can rejoice as Casualty producer Jon Sen has confirmed that the show, which has been on hiatus since September 16, will make its highly-anticipated return "later this year."

It comes after, Casualty star, Charles Venn also teased an epic return.

Charles revealed that fans won’t have to wait “too long” for the regular Saturday night show to return to their screens. 

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