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Rev., Series 2

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Description

BAFTA award-winning comedy series Rev. returns with six divine new episodes and a Christmas special, and a host of new faces and guest characters. Tom Hollander is back as the Rev. Adam Smallbone, struggling to remain relevant in his inner-city parish where he’s largely derided or ignored except by the intimidating Archdeacon and the demanding and irritating few who attend his church… From Lay Reader Nigel, who thinks he should be a vicar, to hard-drinking Colin on an eternal quest for enlightenment, cassock-chasing Adoha and local crackhead Mick who isn’t quite the sophisticated grifter he thinks he is. Meanwhile, Adam’s trying to live down the embarrassing pass he made at headmistress Ellie last series, and at home, Alex, played by Olivia Colman, has lost patience with being a vicar’s wife.

Customer Reviews

More Tea, Vicar?

A surprise hit at the BAFTAs, Rev (co created by Tom Hollander) won the hearts of millions of people (and boosted Christianity in Great Britain) with its charming, funny, touching and dramatic story of inner-city vicar Adam Smallbone (beautifully played by Tom Hollander) and his long suffering but loyal wife Alex (wonderful Olivia Coleman). A collection of sometimes odd but believable characters ensure Adam gets no peace, at least here on earth. Series 2 here continues Adam's now firmly established position at the church, with new challenges to test Adam's faith (and temper) including a haunted care home for the elderly, a weekend's camping in the living room and a female vicar...

Made with contributions from real life religious figures, Rev series 2 is a thought provoking insight into the life, loves and sometimes dark times of modern Christianity.

Wonderful.

Blooming Marvelous

Being a member of the Church of England myself, I was very wary when this TV series first aired as I thought it would be yet another media bash at the church and making us all look ridiculous, how wrong I was!

Rev is a hillarious show and many of the characters in it are not that far from people that actually go to church on a Sunday, I've certainly met a few Adoha's in my time. It's also incredibly insightful and really gives quite an accurate account of what being a christian is like in 21st Century Britian. Adam is an ordinary man, trying to do his best and I think that many vicars are like him in that respect.

Rev., Series 2
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  • SD Version
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Released: 10 November 2011

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