Endeavour and his colleagues are entering a new decade and era of change. Opening on New Year's Eve 1969, normal order has been resumed and the team reunited at Castle Gate CID, with Chief Superintendent Bright back in charge. However, the events of the past year have left their mark. Old friendships will be challenged, and new relationships will blossom.
Masterpiece theatre (Television program) DVD.
Law enforcement -- England -- Oxford -- Fiction.
Morse, Inspector (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Murder -- Investigation -- England -- Oxford -- Fiction.
Oxford (England) -- Fiction.
Police -- England -- Oxford -- Fiction.
Television crime shows.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Allam, Roger, actor.
Allam, William, actor.
Aron, Pal, actor.
Battrick, Naomi, 1991- actor.
Black, Lucy, actor.
Bradshaw, James, 1976- actor.
Briers, Lucy, actor.
Cunniffe, Emma, 1973- actor.
Dempsey, Holli, actor.
Evans, Shaun, 1980- television director, actor.
Gage, Ryan, actor.
Harrington, Richard, 1975- actor.
Hayles, Jessica, actor.
ITV Studios, production company.
Leonidas, Stephanie, 1984- actor.
Lesser, Anton, actor.
Levison, J. (James), television producer.
Lewis, Russell, 1963- creator, screenwriter.
Mammoth Screen (Firm), production company.
Merrells, Jason, actor.
O'Neill, Caroline, 1958- actor.
Oldham, Marianne, actor.
PBS Distribution (Firm), publisher.
Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.), broadcaster.
Quasem, Hiftu, actor.
Rigby, Sean, actor.
Ritchie, Reece, 1986- actor.
Royle, Carol, actor.
Saire, Rebecca, actor.
Salim, Zam, television director.
Saxon, Kate, television director.
Sharma, Madhav, actor.
Thaw, Abigail, 1965- actor.
Wareing, Deva, actor.
Wright, Angus, 1964- actor.
Yang, Naomi (Actor), actor.
Zaza, Shane, actor.
television adaptation of (work): Dexter, Colin. Inspector Morse novel.