Grantchester (2014– )

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Crime, Drama, Mystery

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A Cambridgeshire clergyman finds himself investigating a series of mysterious wrongdoings in his small village of Grantchester.

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  • Tessa Peake-Jones and Morven Christie in Grantchester (2014)
  • James Norton in Grantchester (2014)
  • Nigel Planer and James Norton in Grantchester (2014)
  • James Norton in Grantchester (2014)
  • Morven Christie and James Norton in Grantchester (2014)
  • Robson Green and James Norton in Grantchester (2014)

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18 June 2017 | michaeljayallen
| Just One Problem
Another generally awesome series: England in the postwar period (like about a million other British shows, set in their favorite time after they kept calm and carried on and beat down the Nazi's along with us). Murders. Super cute intellectual and troubled vicar. Nerdy gay assistant vicar. Copish working class cop detective who lets the vicar team up with him. Landladyish meddling church lady housekeeper. English village. Beer drinking in charming pubs.

Only one problem: the casting of Morven Christie as the vicar's friend and one true love who marries some upper class toff because a vicar is just too common. It's just impossible (for me and friends) to see anything all that great about her. She spurned her obvious life mate because her parents demanded that she marry into the gentry, a pretty high hurdle to jump and still seem sympathetic. Christie did not manage this. She projects nothing that makes her anyone special to care about. She even looks older than Sidney. The totally adorable Sidney Chambers deserves far better. There are dozens of good British female actors in the right age range that would have made it work.

But worth watching anyway.

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