Beecham House spoilers: ‘No!’ ITV viewers outraged by shocking death
Beecham House set upon its second episode this evening and continued John Beecham’s (played by Tom Bateman) journey for riches, and to get away from his past.
But as he went to the local docks to receive a package from one of his friends, he was met with confusion.
No one on the docks had heard of his friend Gopal (Vicky Arora), who was supposed to be meeting him.
Just as John began to give up hope, he heard some shouting from the water.
And it was then revealed the worst had come to pass, as a man was pulled out of the water.
As he ran down to the dock, John rolled the body over to reveal Gopal was dead.
Devastated, John left without his friend, and without his expensive gift.
While ideas were thrown around that perhaps the malevolent general had something to do with this heinous murder, fans of the show began hitting out at Gopal’s death.
One wrote: “OH GOD NEVER MIND GOPAL IS DEAD THIS ISN’T FUNNY #BeechamHouse.”
Another yelled: “Nooo Gopal!”
OH GOD NEVER MIND GOPAL IS DEAD THIS ISN’T FUNNY #BeechamHouse
Beecham House viewer
While another added: “Gopal! #BeechamHouse,” alongside a number of shocked emojis.
A fourth exclaimed: “OH NO THE FIRST DEATH (this is the first death right?)
“WHY CAN’T IT BE MUMMYJI? WHY DID THE SCORPION NOT BITE HER YET? WHY DOES IT HAVE TO BE GOPAL #BeechamHouse.”
Later in the show John was forced to tell Gopal’s aunt about his tragic death, causing her to break down.
However he promised the grief-stricken woman he would not rest until he found the murderer.
John star Tom recently spoke to press including Express.co.uk about what brought him to the role.
He explained: “He’s mysterious. I suppose he’s good and strong. That doesn’t mean he’s perfect and he’s right. In fact, he’s very wrong,” Bateman explained.
“What I like about him is that there are certain points where he thinks he’s so right and he’s wrong.”
He added: “I think what good drama deals with is human beings and human beings unfortunately don’t change.
Beecham House continues Sunday at 9pm on ITV.
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