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Stephen Fry (Black Adder, Jeeves & Wooster) returns as Peter Kingdom, a warm-hearted, well-respected solicitor who devotes his career to representing the oddball people in the small Norfolk town of Market Shipborough, England.
With cases of military sexism, mysterious crop circles, trespassing Druids, invasions of privacy and ill-behaved nobility, Market Shipborough is a veritable proving ground for all the trials of humanity. Against the striking beauty of the Norfolk landscape, cool-headed Peter Kingdom is the man to go to with any problem - legal or otherwise - in this alternately comical and moving series.
Stephen Fry is at his best in this series. My wife and I have both enjoyed this series which is best watched from the beginning, that is from Series One. Read morePublished 2 months ago by K. Grismayer
I can't believe it was cancelled after three seasons. I loved it as did others I've talked to. Stephen Fry is just the best. Read morePublished 13 months ago by annonymous
Great series, wonderfull acting.
Ending does leave you hanging.
Wondering if there is more out there, hopefully yes, but I think not.
If your a Stephen Fry fan or just enjoy a great small town show, this is the TV series for you. A shame it ran for only three yearsPublished 21 months ago by Alicia
LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT, AWESOME SERIES AND WISH THERE WAS ANOTHER ONE.
SO HOPING HE WILL DO ANTOHER SERIES AFTER HIS BREAK LIKE DR MARTINE
HOORAY FOR KINGDOM
REALLY... Read more
Love Stephen Fry..loved the whole set..Fry a his best.. but was sorry that it ended like it did like reading a book with the last chapter omitted.Published on May 25, 2013 by Joanna
Stephen Fry in Kingdom was a nice series that showed him in a lighter role, that wasn't a knockdown comedy. I would like to see him do more things like Kingdom.Published on May 10, 2013 by C. A. Young
We loved the series, but were so disappointed when this was the end and it left several things hanging--not happy with that, but loved the series.Published on January 17, 2013 by Charles J. Schantz