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"Great performances and superb characterizations" —San Francisco Chronicle
"Great, bordering on brilliant" —Esquire.com
Martin Shaw (Death in Holy Orders) is back as Inspector George Gently, a by-the-book cop from London now working in the North East of England. This corner of the country is just starting to experience the social changes sweeping the rest of 1960s Britain, but the former Scotland Yard detective finds that crime occurs here the same as anywhere else. In his meticulous manner, Gently examines the passions and planning that lead to murder, his methods more often than not offset by those of his cocky young sidekick, Sergeant John Bacchus (Lee Ingleby, Place of Execution).
In these two feature-length mysteries, Gently and Bacchus investigate the suspicious death of an ex-informant facing a seemingly hopeless future, as well as the murder of a young woman poised on the brink of an exciting new chapter in her life. "Splendid" —Los Angeles Times.
Shaw is a fine actor. Gently is a part perfect for him. Have no ideal where the silly sergeant came from or what he adds to the show.Published 3 months ago by Carson Locklear
Each new release of GEORGE GENTLY (known as ”Inspector George Gently” in the UK) is met with a sigh of gratitude from this reviewer. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jon Wynne
My only warning about this season of George Gently is that it's comprised of only two episodes. That said, the pair of outings once more displays the incredibly high level of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. R. Trtek
Really enjoy this series. The interaction between George and his partner makes the stories come alive and add depth to the characters.Published 9 months ago by Ron
Both my husband and I enjoyed the well written, great characters in this series. The lead actors are
excellent. Would thoroughly recommend this series.
George Gently manages to be different. On the surface, it is similar: set in the 1960s, with a younger, more foolish detective assisting him.
How is it different? Read more