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Endeavour Morse (Shaun Evans) returns to duty at Oxford City Police with four new murder mysteries set amidst the turning tides of 1960s Britain. Episodes include: Trove; Nocturne; Sway; and Neverland.
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Masterpiece Mystery: Endeavour Series 2

I just received "Endeavour", Series 1 & 2 & had not realized that the "Pilot Episode" was included on the Series 1, DVD. I adored watching Shaun...Read complete review

I just received "Endeavour", Series 1 & 2 & had not realized that the "Pilot Episode" was included on the Series 1, DVD. I adored watching Shaun Evans create the foundation for John Thaw's, "Inspector Morse". There was a scene, in which Mr. Evans, while driving Inspector Thursday's Jaguar, looked into the rearview mirror & John Thaw's reflection appeared, instead. "A terrible 'policeman', but an extraordinary Inspector" was one of the more revealing quotes regarding Endeavour Morse. It's implied in the "Endeavour" Series & stated in the 1994, Season 8, series of "Inspector Morse". When is Series 3, of "Endeavour" returning to PBS?!? There are quite a few "Endeavour" episodes that end with ten (10) to twenty (20) second, vignettes, which raise more questions then they seem to answer. For example; the end vignette of 'NOCTURNE', where a gloved hand, lifts the (ruby?) stone on top of the paternal, ancestral ring, only to expose the Freemason's insignia. Who's hand's opened the 'ruby' from the golden ring? Who knew; that the stone lifted on a hinge, the insignia was there & why does this scotch of information, feel like another piece of the puzzle surrounding Endeavour (Pagan- so named, while attending Oxford University, (prior to being 'sent down'), because he didn't want his actual 'Quaker' surname known.) Morse? The 'ending' to 'NEVERLAND', was a great deal more frustrating then even "Sherlock's", Season 2, Episode 3, grand finale. At least we saw Benedict Cumberbatch prior to the Episode fading to black. (I laughed when I realized Jim Moriarty's ringtone was "Staying Alive" by the Bee Gees. 'The Woman's' (Irene Adler) ringtone for Sherlock was even better, especially when it rang, just as she was 'being' beheaded. The outfit she chose to wear, when meeting Sherlock & Watson for the first time, was perfect & stunning.) The strong distinction of storyline & character definition between Watson & Inspector Thursday is undeniable. As a viewer, I know that Watson will survive. However, the manner in which 'NEVERLAND' ends, leaves me wondering if Inspector Thursday dies, leaving his car, to "Endeavour". Predominately because Morse drives a Jaguar & "Endeavour" has no car. I sincerely hope that Thursday returns for Series 3. Not only because he's a wonderful character, who genuinely cares for his Inspector, warts & all. Even though he's "Endeavour's" 'priest' (mentor), he's wise enough to watch & learn from "Endeavour". Which makes their relationship symbiotic while concurrently allowing both "Endeavour" & Thursday to be independant, unique & evolving individuals. While one is an Inspector & the other a Detective, their individual flaws make them interesting & human. Their evolving, individual growth seems to be the product of their mutual recognition of each other's capacity for trust, intelligence & integrity. For me, it is this premises, combined with their jobs, which require them to solve murders, that makes this series so extraordinary & enjoyable. Keep them coming, the sooner the better. Please.

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Not as good as season 1

I thought Season 1 was a better series. The episodes were very convoluted and hard to follow. Some aspects were not necessary to the story line.

I thought Season 1 was a better series. The episodes were very convoluted and hard to follow. Some aspects were not necessary to the story line.

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5.0

masterpiece mystery! endeavour series 2

By pbsmysteryviewer

from kirkland, wa.

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Comments about PBS Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour Series 2 DVD (U.K. Edition):

I like the way the writers have created the Morse character at the beginning of his career.
Anxiously awaiting series 3

 
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Different Morse

By Terry

from Calexico, CA

Comments about PBS Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour Series 2 DVD (U.K. Edition):

His personality doesn't really resemble the old Morse,
except for a few details. Nevertheless its OK.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
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Masterpiece Mystery: Endeavour Series 2

By Jolie

from New York

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Comments about PBS Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour Series 2 DVD (U.K. Edition):

I just received "Endeavour", Series 1 & 2 & had not realized that the "Pilot Episode" was included on the Series 1, DVD. I adored watching Shaun Evans create the foundation for John Thaw's, "Inspector Morse". There was a scene, in which Mr. Evans, while driving Inspector Thursday's Jaguar, looked into the rearview mirror & John Thaw's reflection appeared, instead. "A terrible 'policeman', but an extraordinary Inspector" was one of the more revealing quotes regarding Endeavour Morse. It's implied in the "Endeavour" Series & stated in the 1994, Season 8, series of "Inspector Morse". When is Series 3, of "Endeavour" returning to PBS?!? There are quite a few "Endeavour" episodes that end with ten (10) to twenty (20) second, vignettes, which raise more questions then they seem to answer. For example; the end vignette of 'NOCTURNE', where a gloved hand, lifts the (ruby?) stone on top of the paternal, ancestral ring, only to expose the Freemason's insignia. Who's hand's opened the 'ruby' from the golden ring? Who knew; that the stone lifted on a hinge, the insignia was there & why does this scotch of information, feel like another piece of the puzzle surrounding Endeavour (Pagan- so named, while attending Oxford University, (prior to being 'sent down'), because he didn't want his actual 'Quaker' surname known.) Morse? The 'ending' to 'NEVERLAND', was a great deal more frustrating then even "Sherlock's", Season 2, Episode 3, grand finale. At least we saw Benedict Cumberbatch prior to the Episode fading to black. (I laughed when I realized Jim Moriarty's ringtone was "Staying Alive" by the Bee Gees. 'The Woman's' (Irene Adler) ringtone for Sherlock was even better, especially when it rang, just as she was 'being' beheaded. The outfit she chose to wear, when meeting Sherlock & Watson for the first time, was perfect & stunning.) The strong distinction of storyline & character definition between Watson & Inspector Thursday is undeniable. As a viewer, I know that Watson will survive. However, the manner in which 'NEVERLAND' ends, leaves me wondering if Inspector Thursday dies, leaving his car, to "Endeavour". Predominately because Morse drives a Jaguar & "Endeavour" has no car. I sincerely hope that Thursday returns for Series 3. Not only because he's a wonderful character, who genuinely cares for his Inspector, warts & all. Even though he's "Endeavour's" 'priest' (mentor), he's wise enough to watch & learn from "Endeavour". Which makes their relationship symbiotic while concurrently allowing both "Endeavour" & Thursday to be independant, unique & evolving individuals. While one is an Inspector & the other a Detective, their individual flaws make them interesting & human. Their evolving, individual growth seems to be the product of their mutual recognition of each other's capacity for trust, intelligence & integrity. For me, it is this premises, combined with their jobs, which require them to solve murders, that makes this series so extraordinary & enjoyable. Keep them coming, the sooner the better. Please.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
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Mystery Endeavour

By Frankie

from Moose Jaw sask

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Comments about PBS Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour Series 2 DVD (U.K. Edition):

I love this series. Since I bought I have watched it three times. When is series 3 coming?

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
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Richly Expanded!

By Cola

from Battle Creek, MI

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Comments about PBS Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour Series 2 DVD (U.K. Edition):

Series 1 was excellent! Now, Series 2 expands to include the history of some other characters, notably Thursday and Jakes. As I wrote in my review of series 1, the nuances in this drama rank it as richly captivating above most other dramas I've watched. It's difficult these days to find drama so detailed and expansive. This series rivals anything labeled film noir, and having been born in the early 1960's, I really appreciate the quality and consistency of the set/costume design/lighting/acting... It's just brilliantly authentic!

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