Fourth season of ‘Endeavour’ begins filming in Oxford

Detective drama Endeavour will return for a new season in 2017, marking the 30th anniversary of Inspector Morse on ITV. Set in the summer of 1967, next year’s episodes will celebrate the anniversary with “many respectful tips of the trilby from Endeavour to its much admired progenitor in terms of guest casting, heritage characters and stories.” Shaun Evans (The Scandalous Lady … >

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‘Dickensian’ won’t be returning for Season 2

The BBC has confirmed that Dickensian has been axed after just one season. The 20-part period drama series launched last December, initially attracting over 5 million viewers. However, had halved by the show’s tenth episode. Created by Tony Jordan (Hustle), Dickensian was set within the fictional realms of Charles Dickens’ critically acclaimed novels and cost an estimated £10m to make. > Buy Dickensian … >

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‘Endeavour’ heads into 1967 for fourth season

ITV has commissioned another season of detective drama Endeavour. Shaun Evans (The Scandalous Lady W) will return as the young Morse alongside Roger Allam (The Lady in the Van) as Endeavour’s senior officer, Detective Inspector Fred Thursday. Endeavour launched in January 2012 with a one-off single film to mark the 25th anniversary of Inspector Morse … >

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‘Dickensian’ Episode 20 review

Here we are at last. Dickensian Episode 20, finally. Sorry, I meant, finale. The finale. Ahem. There were times I thought we’d never get here. Even if you have enjoyed Every Single Episode of Tony Jordan’s cobble-stone uneven and overly long literary mash-up prequel, you have to admit it feels like it’s been on forever. … >

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‘Dickensian’ episode guide

Stephen Rea, Pauline Collins, Caroline Quentin and Peter Firth lead the cast of BBC One’s Dickensian. Created by Tony Jordan (Hustle), the 20-part drama series is set within the fictional realms of Charles Dickens’ critically acclaimed novels. Dickensian brings together some of literature’s most iconic characters, including Scrooge, Fagin and Miss Havisham, as their lives … >

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‘Dickensian’ Episodes 16-17 review: The show lives up to its promise

Finally. Finally! After weeks of meandering storylines and terrible double entendres, Dickensian lives up to the promise of its beginnings, with two episodes that are entertaining, and both for different reasons. This is what the show should’ve been like all along. So while I usually lump both together in a review, it’s worth separating them … >

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‘Dickensian’ Episodes 14-15 review: We’ll get through this

It struck me, entering Hour Seven of Dickensian, and staring down the double-barrel of another of Mrs Bumble’s excruciating entendres (her Figgy Dowdy is ‘Extra moist’ this week), that this is a series which is a full four hours longer than BBC One’s War and Peace, and yet feels like it has half as much … >

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