The last ever season of Endeavour continued in the UK tonight!
Shaun Evans is back as the young Inspector Morse in ITV’s spin-off series, which first aired in 2012 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the character’s television debut.
He’s joined once again by Roger Allam (Murder in Provence) as DCI Fred Thursday in the three brand new feature-length episodes.
Set in the early ’70s, Season 9 finds Endeavour and Thursday entering a new era of change both professionally and personally with the return of some familiar faces along the way including Sam, played by Jack Bannon (Pennyworth), who arrives back from Northern Ireland following his service in the British Army.
Also returning are Anton Lesser (Killing Eve) as CS Reginald Bright, Sean Rigby (Gunpowder) as DS Jim Strange, James Bradshaw (Close to The Enemy) as Dr Max DeBryn, Abigail Thaw (Miss Scarlet and the Duke) as Dorothea Frazil, Caroline O’Neill (The A Word) as Win Thursday, and Sara Vickers (Watchmen) as Joan Thursday.
Here’s a plot recap for the second episode, ‘Uniform’, which premiered on ITV1 at 8pm on Sunday 5th March 2023:
Endeavour suspects a connection between a woman’s disappearance and her past employer, but another missing persons case demands his
This time, it’s a notable artist, whose work adorns the covers of a series of paperback mysteries.
Meanwhile, reports flood in of stolen cars and wanton criminal damage, as a debauched group of university undergraduates wreak havoc.
A murder of a uniformed copper sees Bright command all hands on deck, while, much to Endeavour and Thursday’s chagrin the cast of television detective series Jolly For Short are in town filming the final series.
Endeavour is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video.