NETFLIX'S Firefly Lane boss has lifted the lid on season two and revealed the dark truth behind the finale cliffhanger.
The series stars Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke as two best friends who are polar opposites of each other but are devoted to one another after growing up together.
*Spoilers ahead for Firefly Lane series one*
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The series flits between their youth in the 1970s and the 2000s, with Katherine's character Tully becoming a well-known TV personality while Sarah's character Kate has settled down with a family.
However, series one ends with the two women falling out and a high chance their friendship is beyond repair after Tully does something unforgivable to Kate.
Viewers are desperate to not only know what she did, but also what happened to Kate's husband Johnny after he was caught in an explosion while serving as a war correspondent in Iraq.
Speaking about the way season one ended, show boss Maggie Friedman told Entertainment Weekly: "The Johnny moment, I knew for sure was going to come.
"In the writers' room we had all these big whiteboards and that particular moment —we called it 'Johnny Goes Boom'— we knew that was happening then the whole season."
As for the BFF's broken friendship, Maggie continued: "I knew that Tully and Kate were going to be estranged at the end of the season, but I didn't know how I was going to dramatize that.
"I knew we were working towards that signpost because I felt like a good cliffhanger for season one is: 'Oh my God, wait, these "Firefly Lane girls forever" are suddenly not? What happened?'
"I wanted to leave the audience with some big questions."
The team certainly achieved their aim, as fans took to Twitter to discuss the cliffhanger finale.
One wrote: "IS JOHNNY OKAY? WHAT DID TULLY DO? I NEED ANSWERS."
Another added: "I swear to god if Johnny dies…….. #FireflyLane."
Firefly Lane is available on Netflix.
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