Sidney Chambers is feeling adrift. Soon Will Davenport is the new Vicar of Grantchester, drawn to crime solving. While Will embraces the future, Geordie is left entirely baffled by it. In a world without Sidney, where does he fit in?
Peter Laurence is a political outsider who is very popular with the people but has plenty of skeletons in his closet. And soon he discovers another secret that could ruin him. Has he ignored the consequences of his actions for too long?
After a tragedy at sea claims the life of the presumed heir, Lord Crawley is faced with the possibility that the house he's loved his whole life might someday belong to a distant cousin he's never met. Will the fate of Downton and its family be resolved?
The Summer of Love is emerging, and DC Endeavour Morse, DI Fred Thursday, and the Oxford City Police find themselves caught on the frontier of the future—computers, pop music, National Health, nuclear power—as the struggle between old and new plays out in the city. Endeavour, Thursday, and their colleagues are plunged into their most perilous, baffling, and terrifying cases to date.
As 1968 dawns, Endeavour’s recent promotion leads him to reluctantly mentor new recruit Fancy, while Thursday is beginning to think about life after the police. But in Oxford, crime never sleeps, and the team continues to be challenged by intriguing cases of murder, greed, and deception. When 1968 comes to a close, will things at Cowley Police Station ever be the same again? UK Edition.
Opening on New Year’s Eve 1969, normal order has been resumed and the team reunited at Castle Gate CID. However, the events of the past year have left their mark. Old friendships will be challenged and new relationships will blossom.
Six months after a tragic death, the heavy feeling of loss is still felt throughout Downton. With the Roaring Twenties in full swing, Mary struggles to face a new future, Rose's attraction to London spells trouble for the Crawleys, and Edith's budding relationship is threatened.
At Skeldale House, new veterinarian James Herriot gets to know his new family; his erratic boss Siegfried Farnon, his wayward brother Tristan and the shrewd housekeeper Mrs. Hall. James is drawn to local farmer’s daughter Helen Alderson.
With monarchies tumbling in Europe, Victoria and Albert must confront what it means to rule in this new era. Constitutional crises, scandals, and a decade of marriage mean Victoria is tested like never before; as mother, wife, and Queen.
Following the death of Elizabeth, Poldark resolves to put Westminster behind him. But when an old friend begs for help, Ross must challenge the establishment again, drawing the Poldarks into greater danger than ever before. UK Edition.
It’s 1932 and the Indian Civil Service begin the annual move to Simla, India’s Little England and the exclusive white British Club is prepared for the summer season. But while the British cling to power, India dreams of independence.
It is 1935 and as a new summer falls upon the foothills of Simla, political tensions reach fever point. Ralph faces a pivotal year, Alice's husband has followed her to India, and Aafrin's career may be in jeopardy.
James Norton (Happy Valley, War and Peace) and Robson Green (Reckless) return as the Reverend Sidney Chambers and Inspector Geordie Keating to solve a third season’s worth of crimes in their small village of Grantchester, just outside of Cambridge, England.
1794: The French revolution hangs over Britain. George Warleggan grows his empire; and Ross and Demelza attempt to keep the peace. Facing battles both at home and abroad, will Ross answer the call and risk losing everything he holds dear?
Queen Victoria, a 19th-century heroine for our times, faces the very modern challenge of balancing a growing family with her marriage to Prince Albert and her work--all while being the ruler of the most powerful nation on earth. UK Edition.