Sanditon Cast’s Wishes for Their Characters

I hate that there will be NO S2!! ~ Vida

As Sanditon‘s cast said farewell, we [Masterpiece | PBS] asked them what they would wish for their characters’ futures, and they shared their desired paths to “happily ever after.”

Find out what Rose Williams’ hopes are for Charlotte, what Leo Suter wants for Young Stringer, and the bright future that Crystal Clarke imagines for Miss Lambe.


I liken it to the end of Titanic when Rose looks back on her life and there’s all the pictures of her in the frames—there’s a picture of her on a horse, and there’s a picture of her riding a plane, and then a picture of her with kids, and it’s really a picture of her life—she went on with that love. Jack told her to go on, and be her, basically.

And I hope that Charlotte would fulfill her true dreams and desires, outside of pursuing a marriage, to save her heartbreak. I hope that she continues to pursue her interest in architecture and the world of development, and doesn’t just think, “Oh, I better go and find a suitable match.”

I hope that she takes her heartbreak and learns from it and decides to continue to go out in the world, and isn’t tainted or doesn’t hold back.


I’d wish for him to be a little bit more hardened and a little bit more world-weary, such that he could begin to stake his claim and his voice would grow a little louder and a little stronger.

Because he’s got all the good heart and everything inside is right—he just needs a little bit more strength and a little bit more confidence in his voice. I think that’s the key that unlocks the lock. Once he’s done that, then he’s off. Then he’s running.


For our dear sweet Georgiana, I would hope she really takes her time in Sanditon to become the strongest version of herself.

I imagine her traveling the world with Otis, returning home to beautiful Antigua, and making use of her large fortune to fund the abolitionist movement in the West Indies. What a dope season that would be!

Source: Masterpiece

As for a S2, Masterpiece PBS just put out a statement.



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