grantchester season 7 cast|grantchester season 7|grantchester season 7 episode 5 cast|grantchester season 7 episode 5 cast|grantchester season 7 episode 5:Grantchester season 7 starts with the long hot summer of 1959, when wedding season is in full swing in the Cambridgeshire village. As the Reverend Will Davenport unites happy couples in holy matrimony, Detective Inspective Geordie Keating is busy as ever investigating a range of local murder cases.
With a new decade just around the corner, the question of what the future holds is on everyone’s minds, not least Will’s, but before the 1950s roll over into the Swinging Sixties there are some crimes to solve and some life life-changing decisions to be made that might change life in Grantchester forever.
Grantchester season 7 cast
Grantchester series 7 of course has Robson Green back as DI George ‘Geordie’ Keating, with Tom Brittney again playing his sleuthing sidekick Rev Will Davenport. Other regulars include Tessa Peake-Jones returns as Mrs Chapman, while Al Weaver is Leonard Finch, Kacey Ainsworth is Geordie’s wife Cathy Keating, Oliver Dimsdale plays Daniel Marlowe, Nick Brimble is Jack Chapman, Melissa Johns is Miss Scott and Bradley Hall is Larry Peters.
Grantchester Season 7 guest stars
This series of Grantchester will feature a number of special guest appearances, including former Call The Midwife and Ghosts star Charlotte Ritchie as Cathy’s niece Bonnie who arrives in episode 2 (see guide below). Also look out for Ellora Torchia, Emma Cunniffe, Janie Dee, Philip Whitchurch, Rowena King, Anna Wilson-Jones, Michael D. Xavier and many others.
Charlotte Ritchie told us how she really loved Bonnie’s blonde hair: “I loved it! I wanted to go in that direction for the character, because she’s kind of sunny. I went from really dark hair to really, really blonde and I think it looks great. I just love the bouncy curls too, I think they say a lot about her character. It was a really nice change, but it was impossible to keep up the maintenance on that hair!”
Grantchester Season 7 Episode 5 Overview
|Name of the Season||Grantchester|
|Episode Number||Episode 5|
|Genre||Mystery and Period drama|
|Grantchester Initial Release Date||6 October 2014|
|Grantchester Season 7 Episode 5 Release Date||April 8, 2022|
|Number of Season||Season 7|
grantchester season 7 episode 5 cast
Episode 5: Friday April 8, 9pm
As Geordie and Cathy continue to live separate lives, the detective is clearly struggling without his beloved wife. Geordie had expected Cathy to have him back home by now but they seem further apart than ever. That is until Cathy organises a protest at Swinnertons over pay and Geordie is called to the scene. There, Cathy provokes her husband into arresting her! In custody, Cathy and Geordie discuss their relationship, and Cathy reckons they should stop focusing on the past, and create new memories, if their marriage is to have any future. Can they reunite?
Meanwhile, Reverend Will Davenport is dealing with matters of the heart. After rejecting Bonnie’s advances, Will patches things up with her by saying he’s not looking for romance… with anyone. But then Maya turns up at the vicarage and reveals she’s broken off her engagement to police boss Elliot and asks Will to run away with her. Will makes a decision about the future he thinks he wants — but how many hearts will he break in the process?
Episode 6: Good Friday April 15, 9pm
Will Davenport felt guilty after Cathy’s smitten niece Bonnie caught him with his secret ‘other’ woman, Maya. As this series of Grantchester concludes, the reverend finds himself making a life-changing decision. Will assures Bonnie his relationship with Maya was a mistake – but when Bonnie reveals she plans to return home, he doesn’t exactly convince her to stay. Later, Bonnie calls round to tell Will how she feels about him and, when he doesn’t answer the door, she leaves, feeling rejected, unaware he’s in grave danger. As Bonnie waits at the station for her train, can Will get to her before it’s too late?
Despite putting his heart and soul into the new poetry cafe, Leonard Finch boldly declares he wants to give it up as he’s found his true calling helping Grantchester’s vagrant community after another homeless man is found dead. DI Geordie Keating realises he may have sent the wrong man to prison for the murders and that the real killer could still be at large and on his way to the vicarage