ITV trail ‘Grantchester’

by | Jun 17, 2014 | All, TV News

ITV have released a trailer for new six-part crime drama Grantchester starring James Norton (Happy Valley) and Robson Green.

Set in 1953 in the beautiful county of Cambridgeshire, Sidney’s unlikely partnership with gruff, down to earth Geordie is central to Grantchester.  Geordie’s methodical approach to policing complements Sidney’s more intuitive techniques of coaxing information from witnesses and suspects.

They are partners in crime and forge a true friendship as each offers a different insight into the crimes they begin to unravel.

Grantchester is an exciting commission for ITV Drama and we’re delighted to be working with Diederick Santer,” said Steve.  “Daisy Coulam’s scripts are vivid and beautifully written with some wonderful characters at the heart of the stories. There’s an emotional truth and gravity to this series which makes it a very compelling drama.”  



Executive Producer Diederick Santer said: “Grantchester is a real labour of love for me and Lovely Day.  Sidney is a charming, but complex character, a man of faith burdened by his past despite a distinguished wartime record, he’s funny, dashing and inquisitive.  He loves being a parish priest in the exquisite village of Grantchester, but somehow it’s not enough and he still finds time to fall in and out of love and solve crimes. James Runcie has created this brilliant character and this glorious world, which Daisy Coulam is now bringing to the screen in her wonderful and lavish scripts, and I can’t wait for ITV’s audience to get to know him too.”

Custard TV Staff

Custard TV Staff

17/06/2014

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