James Norton stars as the handsome, jazz-loving vicar Sidney Chambers, with Robson Green as his law-enforcement ally, Inspector Geordie Keating, in Grantchester, a mystery series based on the acclaimed novels by James Runcie. Although Sidney lives the life of a clergyman, sometimes he can’t help but fall into more worldly habits as he solves murders in the bucolic village of Grantchester.Visit Grantchester - Masterpiece Website
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Follow Sidney and Geordie down a dark path.
When a man is found dead with wedding rings lodged in his mouth, Geordie is horrified.
Sidney seeks oblivion. His friend Sam seeks forgiveness.
Are Sidney and Geordie’s crime-fighting days over?
Sidney performs an exorcism and Margaret makes her move.
A false alarm turns into a real murder investigation.
A government agent warns Geordie to back off a case and Sidney is warned off an old flame.
Sidney is suspected of murder, but so is a fellow priest among others.
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