British TV Series Father Brown


Father Brown

TV Series (2013 – Present)

Developed By: Rachel Flowerday, Tahsin Guner

Producers: Will Trotter, John Yorke, Ceri Meyrick, Caroline Slater

Starring: Mark Williams, Sorcha Cusack, Nancy Carroll

Based On: Father Brown short stories by GK Chesterton

MPAA Rating: TV-14

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Series inspired by the stories of GK Chesterton; a Catholic priest has a knack for solving mysteries in his English village.

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My Rating: 4 out of 5 stars!

IMDB Rating: 7.5 out of 10 stars!

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: No Rating yet


Who doesn’t absolutely LOVE Mark Williams, he portrayed Arthur Weasly (Harry Potter films) and Horace (henchman) from Disney’s 101 Dalmatians. This is a fun and slightly standard BBC crime drama. It is not as deeply emotionally scarring as BBC’s Broadchurch, but it’s really reminiscent of Murder She Wrote. Father Brown is a devoted man of the church. However like┬áJessica Fletcher (murder she wrote), he somehow gets into every little questionable situation, he is looking to save the souls of his flock and find the truth.

The show has a great range of characters, it is a quaint small town, it’s picturesque really. There is humor woven into each episode and it does have nice little twists and turns. I am currently completing season one, it is a fun show. Although I am partial to crime dramas. Father Brown has some balls though, he really gets up close to questionable people, and murderers, without hesitation.

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