VIEWERS of “The Confessions of Frannie Langton” broke down in tears at the series finale.
The ITV drama is based on Sara Collins’ acclaimed novel of the same name.
Star names like Blue Story actress Karla-Simone Spence and Kingsman actress Sophie Cookson star in the historical miniseries.
Stephen Campbell Moore, best known for his roles in Johnny English Reborn, Goodbye Christopher Robin and Downton Abbey, was also involved with the project.
The show tells the story of a Jamaican housemaid struggling to tell her own story.
Although all four episodes are available on demand on ITVX, the finale only aired on Thursday (24 August) on ITV1.
Still, viewers took to social media in droves to shower the drama program with praise.
One fan wrote: “Franny Langton’s confessions made me cry.”
A second said: “I loved the TV series The Confessions of Frannie Langton… I read the book but remembered very little about it.”
“I loved every moment of The Confessions of Frannie Langton,” remarked a third.
A fourth wrote: “The Confessions of Frannie Langton was a fantastic watch. Really gripping.”
And a fifth added: “Great drama, makes you reflect on the injustices of this time.”