Grantchester Season 4
Grantchester season 4 started airing on Friday, January 11, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
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Grantchester's new leading man debuts as series four begins, but what do viewers think? - DigitalSpy.com - via Digitalspy
"Of course, it was daunting," Brittney admitted. "You know, the good thing is, life imitates art in the show, because Will is new to it. So my own hesitations and fears could be put into the character, of stepping up to the plate as this new vicar, and me stepping up to the plate as this new actor."
What time is Grantchester series four on TV? When is James Norton leaving and who is replacing him? - Radio Times - via Radiotimes
“He’s much younger than Sidney, which instantly gives him a new characteristic because our new guy didn’t go through the war,” she said in a recent PBS podcast interview. “He’s the face of modern Britain.”
Meet the cast of Grantchester series 4 - Radio Times - via Radiotimes
Married with kids, gruff detective Geordie Keating describes his life beyond policing as ‘nappies and laundry’, and appears somewhat enviable of Sidney’s freedom. His marriage to Cathy was rocked in series three after a steamy affair, but while things are back on track, Geordie is feeling increasingly unsure of his relationship – especially after Cathy lands herself a job in a department store.
Grantchester hunk Tom Brittney shoots scenes in a clerical collar as he takes over from James Norton as the hit ... - via Dailymail
'I’ve loved this experience, and particularly working with such an extraordinary cast and crew. All the best to the fantastic Tom Brittney in his role as the new vicar. He is a wonderful addition to the Grantchester family.'
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