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Rev. 2 Seasons 2011

Season 2
4.7 out of 5 stars (20) IMDb 8/10

Rev. is a contemporary comedy series following the enormous daily frustrations and moral conflicts of the Rev. Adam Smallbone, a Church of England vicar struggling to remain relevant in his inner-city parish where he's largely ignored except by the demanding few who attend his church.

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Tom Hollander, Olivia Colman

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1. Episode 1

The Reverend Adam Smallbone is back and life in his London parish hasn't gotten any easier; his flock is just as demanding and his wife Alex has reached a breaking point. So when Adam unwittingly thwarts a mugging, he's tempted to bask in the novelty of being hailed a super vicar. But as the lie spirals out of control, Adam draws unwanted attention.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: November 10, 2011
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2. Episode 2

Abi Johnston, a talented young curate, comes to train at St Saviour's. Nigel is green with envy, and even Adam's initial enthusiasm at the prospect soon gives way to doubt in his own abilities as a priest when he realizes just how brilliant she is. When Colin decides his vicar needs cheering up, Adam inadvertently gets the chance to experience religious versus chemical ecstasy.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: November 17, 2011
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3. Episode 3

A heat wave hits London and Adam can't sleep. He's not the only one plagued by nightmares - elderly parishioner Joan has just moved into a nursing home and is convinced her new room is haunted. Adam's called on to justify believing in the holy ghost but not spooks, and there are demands at home too - Alex and Adam have a pint-sized house guest in the form of Adam's difficult goddaughter Enid.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: November 24, 2011
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4. Episode 4

The church school is up for religious inspection and head teacher Ellie is confident they'll pass with flying colors, thanks to inspiring new teacher Mr. Feld. The only problem is he's an atheist. Adam clashes with Ellie, but soon has another battle on his hands - he's signed up for an interfaith football tournament and the St Saviour's congregation rather lacks young, fit athletes.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: December 1, 2011
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5. Episode 5

There's a hole in the church accounts and the Archdeacon's ready to pounce. Salvation appears to come in the form of a wealthy city banker who arrives at St Saviour's to join Alcoholics Anonymous. However, Adam's mind isn't on balancing the books - con-artist Mick has arrived on the vicarage doorstep with a much bigger ask than the usual twenty quid, and Adam takes a huge risk.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: December 8, 2011
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6. Episode 6

Ambition is in the air. Nigel has always believed he'd be a far better priest than Adam and finally gets the chance to prove it - or not. The Archdeacon also has lofty ambitions for career advancement, but a surprise encounter throws a rather different light on things, and even Colin has got a new job. Meanwhile, Adam faces questions about his own future and has a big decision to make.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: December 15, 2011
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7. Episode 7

Christmas. The busiest time of year for a vicar, and Adam is full of ideas for his first Advent in London. However he soon discovers that Christmas at St Saviour's is quite different to his sleepy Suffolk parish.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: December 20, 2011
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By G. A Wheeler on January 20, 2016
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Excellent BBC comedy, with some fine performances and a good balance of humor and drama. Just wish there were more seasons. Appeals to both those in protestant faiths and agnostic/atheists, which is quite an achievement.
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Some episodes are little gems, others so-so. A modern priest with wacky parishioners, a boss who wants to shut him down and fortunately for his overall life, a spouse with a high income and equally high tolerance for the priestly life.
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I loved this show, where do I start? It's just perfect. The Rev. is just barely keeping from having a nervous breakdown, and I just LOVE the Archdeacon. I'd seen Olivia Colman in "Broadchurch", it's nice to see her smiling here. The characters are loonies, and it was fun seeing some big showbiz names guest starring, especially Hugh Bonneville in a recurring guest role, looking like he's having a blast playing the opposite of Lord Grantham.
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The characters are so genuine and reflect real life. The episodes are full of humor, along with pathos and thought-provoking situations. I hope it runs for more seasons! The "Rev's" particular framework for Christian ministry is refreshing and a great counterbalance to the prevailing fundamentalism in U.S. culture.
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Both seasons 1 and 2 of this quirky series are for those who love British humor, the Church of England (or any Anglican church),and understand the priests are people, too. Fun characters who skim stereotype but are so real. (I can draw parallels to so many people I know.) Enjoy with a Guiness or a G&T!
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I wrote a term paper on the emotional labor of ministers in the media based on this show. Rev. is a whimsical and slightly exaggerated example of the emotional labor ministers experience. It's a brilliant show and well worth the money. Also, it's made by Big Talk Productions. You can't lose with Big Talk. :P
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The subtleties and nuances in both dialog and acting make this series a 5/5-star. I read a new series will be produced in 2014. I surely hope that comes to pass. I'll be waiting for the opportunity to purchase it. Sincerely, No Spring Chicken
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By Levi on September 26, 2014
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I don't often write reviews, in fact this is my first. I love Rev. The Rev speaks to me. I had to pause it while I was chewing my cereal so I didn't miss a word. Beautifully done.
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