Tonight viewers saw the first episode of the hit BBC Wales drama Keeping Faith.
Although the series has already seen a large amount of success on BBC’s iPlayer, new fans were ready to get stuck in to the gripping drama.
As Faith (played by Eve Myles) began spiralling into the mystery surrounding her missing husband Evan Howells (Bradley Freegard) things got suspicious.
After she realised Evan wasn’t simply late home from work, Faith began diving into his personal belongings to look for clues.
During her search she found a bag which contained a fake driver’s license along with a wig and a pair of glasses.
And as if she wasn’t worried for her husband enough yet, Faith received a call about him in the dead of night.
Her friend told her that he had spotted Evan’s car by the docks, abandoned.
Determined to find out what is going on, Faith ran out to her car to find Evan.
But fans were a little distracted by the fact that she had left her three children at home alone.
And although she hesitated at first, thinking of her children, she needed to find Evan.
However fans were not happy about Faith leaving the kids, and jumped on Twitter to complain.
One said: “Was right into Keeping Faith, then she goes and leaves her kids alone, NO NO NO, call a friend or something! #KeepingFaith.”
Another wrote: “Woman, your children are HOME ALONE. He’s not there, GO. #KeepingFaith.”
“Im sorry you just can’t do that. Kids home alone… not on whatsoever no matter how desperate #KeepingFaith #stressed,” added a third.
The debut episode followed Eve’s comments on BBC Breakfast this morning.
Speaking to Dan Walker, she said: ““Well we have second series in development.
“The scripts are being written at the moment by Matthew Hall.
“And that’s it. It’s in development nothing has been green lit yet, we don’t know if it’s happening again.
“In my position, you know I’ve been doing this for a long time now, and to have done one series and to have played this remarkable character, I’m very very happy.”
Keeping Faith continues Thursday at 9pm on BBC One.