The Split Ending: Here’s What Happened in the Last Mysterious Scene

The third season of the BBC legal drama People has been glued to their T.V.s every Monday night to watch The Split. Still, now that it's coming to an end, many may be wondering what happened with Hannah's (Nicola Walker) and Nathan's (Stephen Mangan) divorce, which had a lot of bumps along the way.

We, along with many other fans, couldn't wait until this week to find out. Instead, we rushed through each episode as soon as it was available on iPlayer last month.

If you want to know more about what happened or want a summary, here's a rundown of what happened at the end of the third season of The Split. Warning! If you haven't seen episode six yet, don't read any further. There are spoilers ahead…

Hannah and Nathan's Split Has Been the Main Storyline for the Whole Season

After a lot of back and forth in the last episode, they sat down and finally agreed on what had to happen for them to sign on the dotted line. So, where did they come from? Fans who wanted the two to get back together would have been disappointed.

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Nathan had a new girlfriend named Kate (Lara Pulver), and the two told everyone they were expecting a child together. But those fans could be forgiven for thinking that, despite the problems, it might have happened anyway.

Nathan joined Hannah and her family on their annual camping trip, even though he wasn't thrilled about becoming a father for the fourth time. During the journey, the former couple seemed to get closer and were forced to share a bed in a camper van.

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Hannah and Nathan Realized Their Marriage Was Irreparable

At one point, Nathan told Hannah that he still loved her and thought that getting a divorce was a mistake. He even fired his lawyer, Melanie (Anna Chancellor), who was determined to get Nathan as much money as possible from the divorce.

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He did this because he didn't want a nasty divorce about money and property. Not only that, but Hannah also decided to let Christie Carmichael (Barry Atsma) go back to the U.S., crushing his hope that they could pick up where they left off in their relationship when he returned to the U.S.

Hannah Sent Christie Back to the U.s. Alone

But, as shown in the last episode, Hannah realized that her marriage to Nathan was over and that they could no longer be together. Even if she flew across the Atlantic and left her kids in the U.K., that wouldn't solve the problem.

But there was still a lot of drama going on in other places. Nina (Annabel Scholey) went to an A.A. meeting after finding out the truth about Tyler's (Damien Molony) plan to scam her and Zander (Chukwudi Iwuji).

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She had a random conversation with Melanie while she was doing this, and Melanie inspired her to make up for the mistakes she's made. She also kept her job at the same company.

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Rose (Fiona Button) took a big step in her grief journey when she went to see the man who got James' heart after the accident that killed him. She also met the vicar, Glen (Kobna Holdbrook-Smith), when she went to the grave of her late husband.

They walked away together, which was a sign of a budding romance. Lenny (Karen Bryson), a long-time client and friend of Hannah's, finally told her husband, Felix, that she had motor neuron disease.

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They decided to go through treatment together and call off their divorce. In the meantime, Ruth and Ronnie married in a beautiful ceremony in front of their family. In the last few minutes of the episode.

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Hannah and Nathan sat in the kitchen and finally agreed to split up and share custody of their three kids. The couple signed the papers with tears in their eyes. Soon after, Kate came home, and the Stern family showed they could all move on together.