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'Hit & Miss' won't return for second series, confirms Sky Atlantic

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Chloe Sevigny
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Chloë Sevigny's Hit & Miss will not return for a second series, it has been confirmed.

The Sky Atlantic thriller - created by Paul Abbott - starred Oscar-nominated actress Sevigny as a transsexual contract killer.

In a message on the channel's official Twitter feed, Sky Atlantic stated: "Hit & Miss was always intended as a mini-series, and as such, there are no plans for it to return."

Back in July, Sky Atlantic told Digital Spy that a decision was yet to be made on the future of Hit & Miss but the broadcaster noted that the first six-part series had been "critically-acclaimed, and viewers have really taken to it".

However, Chloë Sevigny previously hinted that the series might not return, revealing that she was signed only for a single run.

"The other actors were all optioned for another season," she explained. "I was the only one who wasn't, oddly. I guess they knew they wouldn't be able to get me if I had to sign on for several seasons."

She added: "I'd want to see what they would do with the story [in season two], where the characters would go. I really enjoyed playing the character."

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Watch Chloë Sevigny discuss Hit & Miss with Digital Spy below:

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