Brendan O'Carroll says Mrs. Brown's Boys could end next year
Agnes might be killed off.
Given the massive success that Brendan O'Carroll has had with Mrs. Brown's Boys, most people would think the comedian would be looking to extend the future of the show but in a recent interview, the Dubliner said that he has thought about ending the show.
Of course, O'Carroll has already launched a new show, All Round To Mrs Brown's, as well as a successful theatre run and a film to boot, so it appears that we'll be seeing plenty more of Agnes in the immediate future, but the long-term prospects aren't as clear.
While highly unlikely, it's possible that next year's Christmas special could be the final ever outing.
Since 2011 there have been 32 episodes of the show, including 14 specials and a one-off live show 'Mammy Sutra' in 2016.
Earlier this year, O'Carroll said that he is prepared to kill off Agnes, if the producers/network want to cancel the show.
During a recent interview, the comedian reiterated this idea: "We are booked to do Christmas specials for the BBC until 2020 but if they go, 'We are going to drop you as we don't think it's strong enough' then I'd kill Agnes off. Our final episode would be the funniest show I've ever written for the first 24 minutes. Then the last four minutes would break your f**king heart."