I doubt that.
Final episode has a satisfying end. That's not a spoiler, because everyone know's how such stories end. But the way it ends is actually pretty cool, clever and very satisfying.
Edit: There is a slight chance they could spin it (you will know what I mean when you have seen the end) but I doubt it.
During the first few minutes I feared the show would completely happen in the past but it then switched to present, which i liked a lot. By the end of the first episode I really wondered how they were going to make a series or even a mini series of that story. I couldn't imagine everything happening in one hotel during his night shifts. But then it kicks off and you understand pretty fast where this is going.
It's a simple story, nothing new. But the writing is good and the acting is just superb. You will hate Mr. Roper.
And the whole vibe, the score, the locations... also very well done.
Last edited by CarlosFo; 04-06-2016 at 12:03 PM.