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Have you ever watched the series Endeavour from Masterpiece Mystery on PBS? I love British programming and particularly mysteries so this is definitely a show we watch regularly. I love having these shows on DVD or Blu-ray because I can watch them when I want rather than having ot find them on the television. I received product for this post. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
Following the dramatic finale of Season 3, Oxford’s finest are picking up the pieces of their personal and professional lives. DC Endeavour Morse (Shaun Evans) awaits the result of his Sergeant’s Exam, while DI Fred Thursday (Roger Allam) and his wife Win struggle to cope with their children flying the nest; Sam gone to the Army and the traumatized Joan, gone off to who knows where. But there are even greater challenges still to face.
The Summer of Love is emerging, and the Oxford City Police finds itself caught on the frontier of the future – computers, pop music, National Health, nuclear power – as the struggle between old and new plays out on the battleground of Oxford. But with every force for progress, there is one with ill intention; and Endeavour, Thursday, and their colleagues are plunged into their most perilous, baffling, and terrifying cases to date.
- Shaun Evans on Endeavour Morse
- Shaun Evans Tries Steadicam
- Endeavour and Joan Thursday
- Making Endeavour in Oxford
This is the Complete Fourth Season which means that it started airing on PBS in August of this year as part of Masterpiece Mystery. The series takes place in the 1960s in England and chronicles the lives of Oxford’s detectives. Season four includes four episodes: “Game”, “Canticle”, “Lazaretto” and “Harvest”.
If you remember the first episode of Endeavour, you’ll remember that James Laurenson starred as Tony Richard. Because this is Inspector Morse’s 30th anniversary, James Laurenson is back in the Season 4. I really enjoy the sixties feel to this series and particularly episode two. And, as always, the British accents just make this movie so much more interesting to watch.
Fans of Endeavour will definitely want to add The Complete Fourth Season to their collection. Check out the preview above to give you an idea of what this season includes. Buy it today.