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The heat is on. The Indian Summers TV show was cancelled by Channel 4 in May, but the second season premieres on PBS, Sunday, September 11, 2016 at 10:00pm Et. Watch the trailer and check out these season two photos of the Raj-set drama below, and hit up your local listings for air times in your market.The Indian Summers TV series cast includes: Julie Walters, Henry Lloyd-Hughes, Nikesh Patel, and Jemima West. New cast members in season two are: Art Malik, Rachel Griffiths, Blake Ritson, and James Fleet. Get the scoop from the PBS press release.Read More… »
[caption id="attachment_48508" align="aligncenter" width="590"] (L-r) Jemima West as Alice Whelan and Henry Lloyd-Hughes as Ralph Whelan. (C) New Pictures and Channel 4 for Masterpiece in association with All3Media International.[/caption]
UK Channel 4 has cancelled the Indian Summers TV show after two seasons. A British drama set in Simla (Shimla) in northern India, the first season of Indian Summers aired on PBS in the Us, from September to November 2015. PBS has not yet announced the premiere date for the second and final season of Indian Summers. It is expected to air stateside in 2016, though. Masterpiece PBS co-produces the series, and PBS released a season two preview, back in December.
Indian Summers stars Julie Walters, Henry Lloyd-Hughes, Jemima West, Nikesh Patel, Roshan Seth, and Lillete Dubey. The cast also includes Alexander Cobb, Craig Parkinson, Fiona Glascott, Amber Rose Revah, Aysha Kala, Olivia Grant, and Edward »
Oxford's finest, DC Morse, is back where he belongs in Endeavour's solid series 3 opening episode...
This review contains spoilers.
Endeavour’s second series ended its run back in April 2014, leaving us desperate to find out how the events of its final episode would be resolved. We last saw the young Endeavour Morse in prison, falsely accused of the murder of Chief Constable Standish. His mentor, Detective Inspector Fred Thursday, was at death’s door after his shooting by the real killer, corrupt Assistant Chief Constable Deare. Would Morse be freed, and would Thursday survive the attack? The first of those questions wasn’t too hard to answer for long-time fans of the future Inspector Morse, but the second was considerably more troubling.
Ride begins in summer 1967, a year after the events of series two. It’s a relief to find Thursday alive and back on duty, »
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