How many episodes are in Keeping Faith season 3?

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Keeping Faith is a popular thriller series which is set in Wales, and it has been airing on the BBC since 2018. The Welsh series was the most popular on BBC Wales for more than 25 years and it is still going strong. The third and final series makes its debut tonight and Express.co.uk has all you need to know about the episodes.

How many episodes are in Keeping Faith season 3?

Keeping Faith follows solicitor Faith Howells (played by Eve Myles) whose husband Evan (Bradley Freegard) disappeared during her maternity leave.

In the upcoming season, Faith’s last case will prove to be her hardest yet and the series will go out with a bang.

The third series starts on BBC One at 9pm tonight, and a total of six episodes will air.

The season will also be made available on BBC iPlayer, where fans can already stream the first two series.

The episodes will be airing weekly on the network, with the second airing on Saturday, April 3.

The synopsis for the upcoming season reveals how an unwanted visitor will return and threaten Faith’s future.

Evan will also continue his fight to get shared custody of his children.

Faith had successfully launched her new law firm, but she is already facing trouble with a local judge.

She will be leading on a case involving the parents of a boy with a brain tumour, who are looking to fight against their local hospital trust.

They are looking for a controversial new treatment and they see Faith as their last hope.

Series creator Matthew Hall said Faith will face the biggest case of her career in the final season.

Teenager Osian (Keogh Kiernan) has been cast aside by doctors who seem to have given up on his treatment.

Faith will finally discover who she is as a mother, wife and lawyer as she fights for the rights of the 14-year-old.

Actress Myles spoke out about her character ahead of the final season, and she said she was going to miss her courage.

The star said her character has never given up and this was a trait she was proud of.

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Myles is on Twitter and she shared a photo of herself with producer Pip Broughton ahead of the season three premiere.

She said: “This is one of my favourite photos! This gifted woman has been with me every step of the way.

“Thank you Pip Broughton for having Faith in me. Enjoy tonight you lovely lot… I’m off to breath into a paper bag.”

Fans were quick to praise the star for her role, with one saying: “We can’t wait for tonight!

“Keeping Faith is one of the few tv programmes I have watched intently in recent years – perfectly written, directed, produced and, of course, acted. Perfect music too. Perfect in every way.”

Another said: “Such a quality drama! Well done to everyone, Eve really brings it to life xx don’t want it to be over.” [Sic]

The episodes will be made available on BBC iPlayer shortly after the live broadcast each week. Each of the episodes will be an hour long.

Season three also stars Lacey Jones as Megan Howells, Demi Letherby as Alys Howells and Hannah Daniel as Cerys Jones.

In the trailer for the final season, Faith is seen juggling her home life with her most difficult case.

She is seen having a discussion with Evan about “lies”, and she is told teenager Osian’s case is a “once in a career”.  

Keeping Faith season 3 makes its debut on BBC One tonight at 9pm. 

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