As Sunday night’s appointment to view came to a close this week, a nation switched off the telly, went to bed and wondered what on earth they were going to do with themselves now that the BBC’s Bodyguard drama series was over. No more water-cooler moments trying to figure out what the hell was going on, and how the innocuous words ‘David Budd’ could sound quite so charming just because of Richard Madden’s lilting Scottish burr. If only Kelley Hawes’ Home Secretary Julia Montegue could somehow come back from the dead, perhaps by stepping out of a shower like Bobby Ewing in Dallas, we could relive the ‘will they, won’t they, oh good they did’ drama all over again. Because never mind the subterfuge and corruption, that was the bit we all tuned in for. What are we supposed to do now?