The whiskey-drinking and jazz-loving vicar Sidney Chambers returns alongside his friend and veteran cop Inspector Geordie Keating for a second season of crime solving in the small country parish. A clergyman investigates a series of crimes in the small village of Grantchester.
Sidney Chambers (James Norton, Happy Valley) is a handsome, jazz-loving village vicar haunted by his past. Geordie Keating (Robson Green, Wires in the Blood, Touching Evil) is a hard-boiled police detective, overworked and weary. Together they solve crimes and right wrongs in picturesque 1950s Cambridge. Based on a novel by James Runcie, the hit British series returns with Chambers having doubts about his pious lifestyle, now that his old flame Amanda...
The story of the lively, precocious and very eligible Bennet girls captures all the nuances of 19th century life among the English gentry, a society obsessed with profitable marriage contracts.
BONOBO follows an uptight widow whose daughter has dropped out of law school to join a hippie commune - one that follows the philosophy of the peaceful, sex-loving ape.
It's 1956 -- a year since Amanda left Grantchester, and the post-war rulebook is being torn up. Sidney Chambers (James Norton) is feeling adrift, a man without a cause -- until American civil rights activist Violet Todd arrives and fires up his need for social justice. But with a cause this dangerous, Sidney might not be around forever. Soon there's a new Vicar of Grantchester, firebrand Will Davenport (Tom Brittney). Idealistic and energetic, Will...
It's 1957, and it's as if the world of Grantchester has returned to an idyllic state, a metaphorical Garden of Eden. Will believes that everyone can get close to their own Eden through good works and a proactive attitude. But as Geordie knows, every Eden has its snakes. Will's faith will be tested as he and Geordie are reminded that there's darkness lurking in their corner of Cambridgeshire.