‘Grantchester’ seventh season is coming soon to PBS – watch the trailer!

PBS has released a teaser for the new season of Grantchester.

Based on the novels by James Runcie, the popular ’50s crime drama series launched in 2014.

The show’s sixth season only aired in the US last autumn, delayed by filming complications due to the pandemic, but Grantchester is already back soon!

Tom Brittney (Outlander) and Robson Green (Soldier Soldier) are returning as clergyman Will Davenport and DI Geordie Keating in six brand new episodes.

Also reprising their roles in the seventh season of Grantchester by Tessa Peake-Jones as Mrs C, Al Weaver as Leonard Finch, Kacey Ainsworth as Cathy Keating, Oliver Dimsdale as Daniel Marlowe, Nick Brimble as Jack Chapman, Melissa Johns as Miss Scott, and Bradley Hall as Larry Peters.

Ghosts star Charlotte Ritchie, best known as Barbara in Call the Midwife, joins the show this season too as Cathy’s niece, Bonnie.

Set during the long hot summer of 1959, the new season began in the UK last month.

Fortunately it looks like American fans won’t have to wait too long for the latest instalments of Grantchester!

PBS has posted a fun little trailer online, promising that Season 7 is “coming soon” to Sunday nights on Masterpiece.

Watch the teaser:


Season 7 will premiere on Masterpiece on Sunday nights at 9/8c from 10th July, with new episodes airing weekly into August.

The official synopsis reads: “As the Reverend Will Davenport unites happy couples in holy matrimony, Detective Inspective Geordie Keating is busy as ever investigating a range of local murder cases.

“With a new decade just around the corner, the question of what the future holds is on everyone’s minds, not least Will’s, but before the ’50s roll over into the swinging sixties there are some crimes to solve and some life-changing decisions to be made that might change life in Grantchester forever.”

Discussing the secret to Grantchester’s popularity, Robson Green explained: “It deals with serious subject matter in a very charming and likeable way.”

He added: “It’s the writing and the viewers care about each character and I feel everyone involved in Grantchester, in front of and behind the camera, is at the top of their game.”

Tom Brittney recently hinted that he’s keen to become the new James Bond!

Meanwhile, original Grantchester star James Norton is busy shooting a final season of Happy Valley in Yorkshire right now.

Grantchester is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video.