Excited for Endeavour season 6 to premiere in the new year? Well, today we are one step closer to that as filming begins! You can see a first-look photo of this below — and we certainly think that extra attention should be paid to the mustache. Why? Well, that should be pretty self-explanatory: There are so few good ‘staches on TV these days.
With this being said, seeing a new mustache on our title character is only one of many things to be intrigued about entering the new season. Shaun Evans is poised to direct one of the upcoming installments, and based on where the series is at in the story, we could be embarking on a period of great change.
For a little more information, but sure to check out the full Endeavour season 6 synopsis that CarterMatt has for you below:
Following the dissolution of Oxford City Police and the merging with Thames Valley Constabulary at the end of the last series, the latest instalment is set in 1969 and picks up with the team dispersed as they find their feet in their various new roles. However, despite their separation, the tragic murder of DC George Fancy still hangs over them both collectively and individually, with the case remaining unresolved.
With their new positions also come new colleagues and responsibilities. Thursday must adjust to working with new boss DI Ronnie Box played by Simon Harrison (Fearless) and junior DS Alan Jago played by Richard Riddell (Bodyguard). Meanwhile, Joan has settled back in Oxford and is training to work in social services under the mentor of new manager Viv Wall played by Alison Newman (EastEnders).
Clearly, there is quite a bit worth looking forward to as the characters are going to have to deal both with new statuses and of course, new mysteries. Even though there was a major departure at the end of season 5, it doesn’t appear as though the show is going to slow down even a little.
There is no official premiere date just yet for Endeavour season 6, but if we had to guess, we’d be willing to wager that you will see the series back on ITV in the first half of the new year.
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