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Endeavour, Series 2HDCaution

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Description

Shaun Evans returns in the lead role as young Morse, with Roger Allam as his senior Detective Inspector Fred Thursday, in the second series of Endeavour, the phenomenally successful ITV crime drama and prequel to Inspector Morse. Written again by Russell Lewis, the series is set in 1966 and brings Endeavour a fresh quartet of baffling mysteries set to test his brain and body to breaking point. Though offset by the possibility of love unlooked for, against a backdrop of growing change in Britain and the wider world, Endeavour must face a challenge that threatens to take from him all he holds dear… family… friends…colleagues.

Customer Reviews

Fantastic series.

This is a great series. The main actors are all perfect for their roles but also the weekly cast per episode are very believable. They really all make this an unmissable treat each week. It is very well written and really captures the viewer and takes them to Oxford in the 60’s. Well done to all involver in Endeavour. I look forward to the next series.

Great but where is 4th part?

Great show and one of my favourites. But seriously, why is the 4th part not here? It's not right!

4th Part - another dissatisfied customer

Can I add my call to Apple to know where the Episode 4 is. It was screened a week ago and when I emailed Apple to ask when it would appear I was told to contact ITV! Appalling service from Apple. They contract to supply the series.