- Format: DVD Region 2 for the UK
- Number of Disc: 16
- Genre: Mystery
- Starring: Shaun Evans, Roger Allam, James Bradshaw
- Studio: PBS
- Release Date: Sep. 17th 2021
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Shaun Evans plays the iconic detective created by Colin Dexter and immortalised by John Thaw, while Roger Allam is his benign superior DI Fred Thursday. The whole series has been devised and written by Russell Lewis, who wrote many classic instalments of Inspector Morse and its spin-off Lewis. While introducing key characters from the Morse mythos–including uniformed copper Strange, later to become Morse¡¯s chief superintendent–the series also delves into uncharted territory, including Morse¡¯s family, and the romantic mysteries of his youth. Endeavour is a British television detective drama series. It is a prequel to the long-running Inspector Morse and, like that series, is set primarily in Oxford.
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Shaun Evans portrays the young Endeavour Morse beginning his career as a detective constable, and later as a detective sergeant, with the Oxford City Police CID. After a pilot episode in 2012, first set in 1965, the first series was broadcast in 2013, also set in 1965 and five more series have followed, with the exception of 2015. The second series was set in 1966 while the third series and the fourth series were both set in 1967. The fifth series with six episodes was set in 1968, and the sixth series picked up eight months later, set in 1969. Series seven, set in 1970, began screening in February 2020, with the first episode scheduled to be shown in the U.S. on Masterpiece Theatre on 9 August. In August 2019, ITV announced that the series has been recommissioned for an eighth series. Filming for series eight began in March 2021 and concluded in June 2021, set in 1971.
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In the pilot episode, having been transferred to CID after only two years as a uniformed police constable, the young DC Morse soon becomes disillusioned with law enforcement and begins writing a resignation letter. Before he can resign, Morse is sent with other detectives from the Carshall-Newtown Police to the Oxford City Police’s Cowley Police Station to assist in investigating the case of a missing fifteen-year-old schoolgirl. Having studied at Oxford gives Morse advantages and disadvantages when dealing with Oxford’s “town and gown” divide. During the pilot episode, he tenders his resignation but his superior, veteran Detective Inspector Fred Thursday (Roger Allam) sees in him an unblemished detective whom he can trust and takes him under his wing to be his new “bag man” (assistant), replacing a corrupt detective sergeant.