Yikes! I don’t know how this happened, but I didn’t get this post put up in time to tell you about the Inspector Lewis, series VI starting this past Sunday night. If these times aren’t convenient for you, check to see when your local PBS station re-runs the shows.
2013 PBS Masterpiece Mystery line up:
INSPECTOR LEWIS, Series VI (all of the shows are 90 minutes long and are slated to run at 9:00 Eastern time zone)
Yes, Inspector Lewis (Kevin Whately) and his trusty Detective Sergeant Hathaway (Laurence Fox) are back on the job!
June 16, 2013 —– Down Among the Fearful
June 23, 2013 —– The Ramblin’ Boy
Actually, D.S. Hathaway is on vacation…
June 30, 2013 —– Intelligent Design
(Do you see the family likeness between Edward and Lawrence Fox?)
ENDEAVOR, Series I (all of the shows are 90 minutes long and are slated to run at 9:00 Eastern time zone)
Detective Inspector Fred Thursday (Roger Allum) helps mold Detective Constable Endeavor Morse (Shaun Evans) into the Morse (John Thaw) we all came to love. (Abigail Thaw, John Thaw’s daughter, is a special guest star – playing Dorothea Frazil.)
July 7, 2013 —– Girl
July 14, 2013 —– Fugue
July 21, 2013 —– Rocket
July 28, 2013 —– Home
August 18, 2013 The Lady Vanishes (90 minutes long and slated to run at 9:00 Eastern time zone)
SILK (all of the shows are 2 hours long and are slated to run at 9:00 Eastern time zone)
(I’m not sure what this mystery show is about, however, it looks like it is a court room drama.)
August 25, 2013 —– Silk, Part 1
September 1, 2013 —– Silk, Part 2
September 8, 2013 —– Silk, Part 3
FOYLE’S WAR, Series VII (all of the shows are 90 minutes long and are slated to run at 9:00 Eastern time zone)
It’s now 1946, and Detective Chief Superintendent Christopher Foyle (Michael Kitchen) has returned from America, and is ready to take on crime in England! Lucky for us, he will be reuniting with Sam (Honeysuckle Weeks)!
September 15, 2013 —– The Eternity Ring
September 22, 2013 —– The Cage
September 29, 2013 —– Sunflower
Looks like a great PBS Mystery! season – or should I say Masterpiece Mystery?