Phoebe Waller-Bridge has publicly stated that Fleabag‘s acclaimed second season would serve as the series’ swan song. However, Amazon boss Jennifer Salke is not ready to close the door on a potential third season — particularly in light of the show’s recent Emmy bonanaza.
“Nothing would make us happier than to have her bring another season of that show [to us], or anything else she wants to do,” Salke told reporters Saturday at the Television Critics Assoc. summer press tour. “I mean, I’m forever the optimist, so I remain always hopeful until it’s really over. So I’m hoping.”
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“I just am, like, basically [Phoebe’s] stalker,” the exec added with a laugh. “Anything Phoebe wants to do, we are signed up to do.”
Earlier this month Fleabag earned nine Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for Waller-Bridge.