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Is this BBC drama favourite about to make a comeback? (We hope so!)

We would love this show to come back!

Waterloo Road was without doubt the highlight of our week.

Fans were devastated after the BBC drama closed its doors after ten series back in 2015.

But could the school TV drama be returning to our screens for another drama-filled series?

Waterloo Road was axed in 2015 (Credit: BBC)

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Fans were sent into a meltdown after the show’s Facebook page changed their profile picture and appeared to have a new logo.

Many viewers were left wondering whether this was the return of the super popular series.

One wrote: “Does this mean it’s coming back when they changed they’re profile picture 2 hours ago!?”

“I miss Waterloo road so much was such a good wee program, would love it to come back like and I’m sure loads off others would to,” another said.

The show’s Facebook page changed their profile picture with a new logo (Credit: BBC)

A third added: “I would love for Waterloo road to be back , please say it is!”

A fourth wrote: “Just updated their profile pic after 3 years what does this mean!!”

One user added: “Watching waterloo road on a wednesday night made my night complete.”

“I wish it would make a return to our TV screens,” another account wrote.

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The show was a huge hit with viewers and won over fans with its gripping storylines.

These included the time Lindsay, played by Jenna Coleman, confessed to killing her dad, Janeece nearly having a baby in the toilet and the time Christine, played by Laurie Brett, resigned from her position as headteacher while drunk.

Oh we do miss this show!

The show could possibly be returning (Credit: BBC)

The show was axed in 2015 despite winning an award for Most Popular Drama Series at the 2013 Inside Soap awards.

BBC One announced the news of Twitter: “Series 10 of #WaterlooRoad will be the final series.

“We’re incredibly proud of the show but believe it has reached the end of its lifecycle.”