Grantchester series 4 to return to ITV

grantchester series 4

Grantchester, starring James Norton and Robson Green, will return to ITV for a fourth series.

Grantchester series 4 will feature James Norton’s final episodes as character Sidney Chambers, the charismatic, jazz-loving clergyman, and one half of the unlikely crime-fighting duo based in 1950s Grantchester. Casting of the new vicar arriving in the hamlet of Grantchester will be announced shortly.

Along with Robson Green, who plays Detective Geordie Keating, returning members of Grantchester’s ensemble cast include Al Weaver, Tessa Peake-Jones and Kacey Ainsworth.

Production begins in June in London, Cambridge, and Grantchester.

Grantchester series 4 is a co-production of Kudos and Masterpiece for ITV. The executive producers for Kudos are Diederick Santer, Emma Kingsman-Lloyd and Daisy Coulam. The executive producer for Masterpiece is Rebecca Eaton at WGBH Boston. The series will be produced by Richard Cookson. Director Tim Fywell is returning for the opening two episodes. Adapted from the Grantchester Mysteries novels by James Runcie, the series was developed for television by Daisy Coulam and written by Daisy Coulam and John Jackson.

Executive Producer Rebecca Eaton from Masterpiece said,
‘It’s a bittersweet time for Grantchester fans, who will be cheering the return of the series but crushed to say goodbye to James. We want to assure them that the series they love will continue with brilliant new episodes and a captivating new vicar.’

“I’m ecstatic that – with Masterpiece and ITV – we are returning to Grantchester with all our favourite characters. While I’m sad that these will be James Norton’s final episodes, we will make sure he goes out with a bang. We’ve got exciting plans for where the show is heading and the vicarage won’t be vacant for long,” added Kudos Executive Producer Diederick Santer.

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