Suranne Jones teases the possibility of a "Doctor Foster" return.
The 40-year-old actress played the titular Gemma Foster in the first two series of the BBC One drama, and while a potential third season is yet to be confirmed, the star has refused to rule it out.
She said: "I love Gemma Foster, I love the reaction. Part of me would be so frightened... but who knows, never say never."
For now, Suranne is focused on "Gentleman Jack" - in which she stars as land owner Anne Lister in BBC One's historical drama - and she has opened up about the work that went into playing the part of the Gender-nonconforming entrepreneur, and she admitted it was a "thrilling" experience.
Appearing on ITV's "This Morning", she said: "I got in the gym. We played with gender with my costumes, so I wore male underwear over a female corset. It's just thrilling, the whole thing, of putting this together."
"Gentleman Jack" tells the story of Anne, who returns to Shibden Hall in West Yorkshire after a period of travel, study and social climbing.
Once back home, she engages in a quest to transform her house and business interests, as well as to find herself a wife.
Suranne stars in the upcoming BBC One show alongside Joe Armstrong, Jessica Baglow, Amelia Bullmore and Rosie Cavaliero.
Suranne admitted she has grown to take "more risks" with her career, and she was delighted to take on such a challenging role, which included filming lesbian love scenes with intimacy coordinator Ita O'Brien on board to help out.
She added: "To be a 40-year-old actress, to play this part, to use the 40 years that I've got of my experience, and to take more risks as I've got older.
"She's so phenomenal that to be given the chance to play this, I'm just so thrilled."