Fans praise last night's brilliant finale of Australia's popular crime drama series Mr Inbetween

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    ‘Brilliant from start to finish’: Fans praise Australian crime drama Mr Inbetween’s ‘phenomenal’ final episode – as creator and star Scott Ryan teases his next move

    One of Australia’s most well-received series’ Mr Inbetween came to an end during Wednesday night’s tense finale.

    The Foxtel Original crime drama followed Ray Shoesmith (Scott Ryan), who across three seasons struggled with his roles as a father, lover and a friend – all the while being a paid assassin. 

    Following the season’s jaw-dropping conclusion, viewers flocked to Twitter to praise the ending, with many branding the show as ‘brilliant from start to finish’. 

    A brilliant conclusion: Fans have praised Wednesday night's finale of Australia's popular crime drama series Mr Inbetween

    A brilliant conclusion: Fans have praised Wednesday night’s finale of Australia’s popular crime drama series Mr Inbetween

    ‘Mr Inbetween was phenomenal tonight! Scott Ryan was awesome!’ one fan wrote. ‘Just waiting for him to explode and the ending was awesome! Great job! Great writing!’

    ‘Three seasons was not enough,’ commented another. ‘This was fantastic. If you get the opportunity to binge it, by all means.’

    ‘God, I’m going to miss this show. The final episode was fantastic,’ added a third. ‘That’s how you end a TV series in 30 minutes. Brilliant.’     

    ‘Really upset it’s over,’ one Twitter user chimed in. ‘But that final scene was superb.’

    Many others complimented the acting, character development and action sequences.  

    'Brilliant from start to finish': Fans of the Foxtel crime series flocked to Twitter to praise the suspenseful final episode along with the series' consistent quality during its three season run

    ‘Brilliant from start to finish’: Fans of the Foxtel crime series flocked to Twitter to praise the suspenseful final episode along with the series’ consistent quality during its three season run

    Over the course of the program, Ray attempts to balance his criminal lifestyle with living a normal life alongside his loved ones.

    The finale saw the hitman in a suspenseful and violent feud with criminal underboss Rafael, played by Jeremy Sims.

    It also saw Ray tying up loose ends with his daughter Brittany (Chika Yasumura), boss Freddy (Damon Herriman) and possibly leaving his profession behind for good.

    Ending: The finale sees Ray in a suspenseful and violent feud with criminal underboss Rafael, played by Jeremy Sims. It also had the hitman tying up loose ends with his daughter Brittany (Chika Yasumura), boss Freddy (Damon Herriman) and possibly leaving his profession behind

    Ending: The finale sees Ray in a suspenseful and violent feud with criminal underboss Rafael, played by Jeremy Sims. It also had the hitman tying up loose ends with his daughter Brittany (Chika Yasumura), boss Freddy (Damon Herriman) and possibly leaving his profession behind

    Mr Inbetween’s creator and star Scott Ryan wrote the scripts for all three seasons of the show, which has gone on to achieve notable success and win numerous awards.

    He has remained tight-lipped about what’s next for him in his career, but did say there is currently no season four on the cards. 

    ‘This was my first professional gig, but I feel like I haven’t hit my stride yet,’ he told news.com.au. ‘The best is down the road and that’s exciting.’ 

    All three seasons of Mr Inbetween can be streamed on Foxtel.

    Future: Series' star Scott Ryan has remained tight-lipped about what's next for him in his career'This was my first professional gig, but I feel like I haven’t hit my stride yet,' he says in an interview with news.com.au.'The best is down the road and that’s exciting'

    Future: Series’ star Scott Ryan has remained tight-lipped about what’s next for him in his career ‘This was my first professional gig, but I feel like I haven’t hit my stride yet,’ he says in an interview with news.com.au. ‘The best is down the road and that’s exciting’

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