Grantchester season 7 premiered ( July 10, 2022,) on PBS Masterpiece in the US with a tonne of complicated new cases for DI George “Geordie” Keating (Robson Green) and Reverend Will Davenport (Tom Brittney) to work on. In the summer of 1959, just before the Swinging Sixties get started, the events of Season 7 take place. In addition to the murders and mayhem they are looking into, Geordie and Will have some challenges in their personal life. If you enjoy this show and are looking forward to the next episode www.tvacute.com brings you a promo of Grantchester Season 7 Episode 6.
Grantchester Season 7 Episode 6 Spoiler
Will (Tom Brittney) and Geordie (Robson Green) are still on the hunt for a serial killer of homeless men when the seventh season of the long-running series Masterpiece Mystery! comes to an end. Another homeless person is found dead, and it looks like he was killed in the same way as the others. Geordie and Will realize that they may have put the wrong person in jail and that the real culprit may still be out there. This investigation puts the vicar’s heart and life at risk. The climax is going to make fans go surprised. Good News; The production of the eighth season has already begun.
Grantchester Season 7 Episode 6 Synopsis: Geordie realizes he may have sent the wrong man to prison for murder and that the real killer could still be at large.
Grantchester Season 7 Episode 6 Release Date on PBS
Grantchester season 7 episode 6 premiere will air on PBS on August 14, 2022, at 9 p.m. Weekly new episodes start airing in August. The episodes of this season, which started airing in the UK earlier in 2022, are now accessible on the ITV Hub.
Grantchester Season 7 Cast
In “Grantchester,” Rev. Will Davenport is once again played by Tom Brittney. Robson Green will reprise his role as DI George “Geordie” Keating in Grantchester series 7. Other regulars include Tessa Peake-Jones, who reprises her role as Mrs. Chapman, Al Weaver as Leonard Finch, Kacey Ainsworth as Geordie Keating’s wife, Daniel Marlowe as played by Oliver Dimsdale, Jack Chapman as played by Nick Brimble, Melissa Johns as Miss Scott, and Larry Peters as played by Bradley Hall.