Entertainment Sheridan Smith's Cleaning Up axed after one series

15:26  02 august  2020
15:26  02 august  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Sheridan Smith as Sam in Cleaning Up . After carrying the weight of the world, and Jimmy McGovern’ s newest locus of social fury, on her shoulders in the remorselessly brutal, brilliant Care last month, Sheridan Smith rewards us and herself with Cleaning Up (ITV), a six-part series pitched

Sheridan Smith : Cleaning Up actress reportedly struggled with a heavy workload (Image: GETTY). The night cleaner ended up getting herself caught up in the illegal practise of insider trading in the six-part drama. In recent months, Sheridan has spoken openly about finding happiness again after

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Sheridan Smith's ITV drama 'Cleaning Up' has been axed after one series.

The 39-year-old actress starred in the show as an office cleaner who resorts to insider trading in order to pay her debts, but production ­company Sister has decided to cut the drama in order to focus on new projects.

A ITV spokesperson told the Daily Star Sunday newspaper: "The writer Mark Marlow felt the story was complete and wanted to write something new for ITV. We are continuing to develop ideas with him and Sister."

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The finale of ITV’ s Cleaning Up aired tonight and fans have slammed the unrealistic ending and warned it One fan summed up the finale by tweeting: “# CleaningUp is such a good show, but what a f***ing s The series ended with Sheridan Smith getting away with all her crimes and setting up a

Sheridan Smith plays Sam, a single mother working as a cleaner in the City. Gambling addict Sam decides to scam City workers to earn some fast money. However, viewers of the ITV Wednesday night drama labelled the plot as far-fetched and un-plausible.

The production company has developed a string of hit shows in recent years, including 'Broadchurch', 'Chernobyl' and 'The Split'.

And 'Cleaning Up' was actually one of ITV's biggest successes of 2019.

The broadcaster's bosses are said to be unimpressed by the decision to axe the drama.

A source explained: "Ratings hits like 'Cleaning Up' don't happen very often. The interest was there, so we'd have loved to have aired another run."

Meanwhile, Sheridan recently starred in ITV's coronavirus lockdown series 'Isolation Stories', and is one of the country's most recognisable actresses.

However, she previously confessed to suffering "imposter syndrome" and feeling "totally paranoid" earlier in her career.

Reflecting on her personal troubles, she shared: "I never went to drama school, I was suffering from imposter syndrome, and I was just waiting for it to all blow up in my face."

Sheridan struggled to cope with the public's expectations of her, and she can still remember feeling "lonely and scared" amid her mental health issues.

The actress said: "I felt so lonely and scared a lot of the time and it killed me. I felt I couldn't actually say that to anyone because no one wanted to hear it.

"All people wanted to hear was how happy I was that I was doing so well, but inside I was just screaming. I thought everyone could see I wasn't right."

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