Happy Valley fans are being offered the chance to see the long-awaited third and final season's premiere in Halifax alongside the show's stars.
The first episode of season three of Sally Wainwright's crime drama will premiere at the Vue Cinema in Halifax on Wednesday, 14 December with stars including Sarah Lancashire, James Norton and Siobhan Finneran on the red carpet.
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Fans of the series could walk the red carpet alongside them, as a random ballot is now open on the BBC shows and tours site to apply for tickets to be at the premiere.
Registrations to apply for tickets close this Sunday, 4 December at 10pm and the ballot will see 60% of tickets go to Halifax postcodes, 30% to West Yorkshire postcodes, and the remaining 10% to the rest of the UK.
Those attending the screening will get a first look at the episode before it airs on BBC One and then will get to sit in on a Q&A with series creator Wainwright and actors Lancashire, Norton and Finneran.
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Happy Valley last aired in 2016, so viewers have had a long wait to catch up with Lancashire's character Sergeant Catherine Cawood, who in the first two seasons was seeking vengeance on Tommy Lee Royce (Norton), the man who raped her daughter Becky and drove her to take her own life.
Finneran returns as Catherine’s sister, recovering addict Clare Cartwright.
Series three sees Catherine discover the remains of a gangland murder victim in a drained reservoir which sparks a chain of events that unwittingly leads her straight back to Tommy Lee Royce.
Her grandson Ryan - Becky's child from the rape - is now 16 and still living with Catherine, but he has ideas of his own about what kind of relationship he wants to have with the man Catherine refuses to acknowledge as his father.
Catherine is also still battling the ever-present drugs problem in the valley and is heading for retirement seemingly no closer to solving it.
Wainwright said: "It's been brilliant getting back into Catherine's world for the final series of Happy Valley. I'm looking forward hugely to seeing Sarah, James and Siobhan in Halifax for the launch in December."