Endeavour returns to our screens- as Morse sports a ‘tache

The series – which is set in Oxford – draws on stories from the early career of one of the most famous fictional police officers.

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‘Endeavour’ returns to screens for sixth season

Fans of the nostalgic detective series are in for a treat this month as an approaching new decade is marked by 1970s moustaches and more aggressive policing.

Buckle up as Endeavour returns! The popular prequel to Inspector Morse is back on ITV Choice (DStv 123) for a sixth season, starting on Wednesday, February 13, at 8pm ‘ within days of its UK premi’re.

There’s something going down in the heart of Oxford. Around the corner comes Police Chief Superintendent Reginald Bright, hugging the limestone wall. He’s followed by a menacing-looking man in a trench coat, who withdraws a bladed weapon. At the other end of the street is another thug with a bulbous nose and peaked cap’

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Meet the cast of Endeavour series six

The younger version of John Thaw’s Inspector Morse from the original TV series, Evans’ Morse starts the new series as a desk sergeant in Woodstock, Oxford, desperately hoping to return to CID.

‘At the end of last season we all go our separate ways,’ Evans told RadioTimes.com from the set of the new series.

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Endeavour is by far Evans’ best known role, though he has also appeared in Teachers, Silk, Ashes to Ashes and The Scandalous Lady W among other productions. He is also a director, and helmed the second episode of this year’s series after previously directing two episodes of Casualty.

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Endeavour series 6: first trailer arrives

After a rather emotional series five finale, what next for ITV’s popular detective drama, Endeavour? Well, a sixth series, of course! It’ll arrive shortly. On Sunday the 10th of February at 8pm, to be precise. We now have a first trailer to share with you. Have a look…

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Shaun Evans will return to our screens in February, alongside Roger Allam return as DI Fred Thursday, Anton Lesser as CS Reginald Bright, Sean Rigby as DS Jim Strange, James Bradshaw as Dr Max DeBryn, Sara Vickers as Joan Thursday, Abigail Thaw as Dorothea Frazil and Caroline O’Neill as Win Thursday.