*Spoilers for Firefly Lane follow*
Netflix's show 'Firefly Lane' has been a huge hit since it debuted a few weeks back.
The show stars Katherine Heigl (Grey's Anatomy) and Sarah Chalke (Scrubs), who play two best friends.
Speaking with RadioTimes, show creator Maggie Friedman spoke about what a potential season 2 could bring.
"I think there are a lot more stories to tell, if we’re lucky enough to have a season two, of those girls going through high school and what that’s like." she said.
"They’re only in eighth grade when we leave them. They’ll have a lot of good teen years and fun seventies, growing up times with the great music and the fashions and all of the cultural changes."
“I think it’s just really interesting. I’d love to keep telling us that those stories and those actors are so good, so of course, I would want to keep seeing them.”
Speaking about the ending of season 1 where Tully and Kate become estranged she explained that she "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 dramatise 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."
Season 1 of Firefly Lane is streaming now on Netflix