Coming to MASTERPIECE Mystery! in 2022

Shaun Evans, Nicola Walker, and Tom Brittney in new mystery series coming to MASTERPIECE on PBS

Wondering when your favorite mystery series are returning to MASTERPIECE in 2022? Crack the case and find out when and how you can watch a whole new season of MASTERPIECE mysteries that range from gritty to cozy, Glasgow to Amsterdam, vicar to skipper, and more. Intrigue, murder, and mayhem await as the bodies pile up, clues are deciphered, and justice is served on MASTERPIECE Mystery! Watch a preview right now!

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    Endeavour Season 8

    Actors Shaun Evans and Roger Allam in Season 8 of Endeavour on PBS MASTERPIECE

    Murder returns to Oxford as Endeavour returns to MASTERPIECE when the first of three all-new mysteries premieres Sunday, June 19 at 9/8c. In the wake of the harrowing events of Season 7’s finale, our cerebral, solitary hero, Endeavour Morse (Shaun Evans) is struggling to quiet his demons with drink and solve the most challenging of puzzles through a thick haze of hangovers. Will he crack the cases, fend off bitterness and cynicism, and repair the once-affirming friendship with his former mentor, Fred Thursday? Explore everything you need to know about the new season, watch a Season 8 preview, and watch Season 7 all over again with PBS Passport. Then get ready for Season 9, Endeavour’s final season!

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    Grantchester Season 7

    Robson Green and Tom Brittney in Season 7 of Grantchester

    It’s the long, hot summer of 1959, and questions of what the future holds for our favorite vicar-detective-duo and their friends are complicated when murder returns to the idyllic English village of Grantchester. Secrets and lies, love and death, swing and jazz, and, above all, family and friendship await in six new episodes. Watch the Season 7 trailer right now, and tune in for the Season 7 premiere on Sunday, July 10 at 9/8c! And while you wait, watch Season 6 all over again with PBS Passport.

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    Guilt Season 2

    Mark Bonar stars in Guilt Season 2 on MASTERPIECE on PBS

    Darkly comic Scottish thriller Guilt will return for its second season to MASTERPIECE on Sunday, August 28 at 9/8c, picking up two years after the action of Season 1 with four new episodes full of twists, turns, and deception. Mark Bonnar returns as cocksure, cutthroat lawyer Max; Emun Elliot returns as now-sober detective Kenny; and new cast members include Phyllis Logan (Downton Abbey‘s Mrs. Hughes) and Sara Vickers (Endeavour‘s Joan Thursday) as mother and daughter. We don’t want to spoil Season 1 for those who haven’t seen it—watch for the first time or all over again right now with PBS Passport—but suffice to say that though the show is called Guilt, the vibe is…revenge! To get you through the summer while you wait, make sure to check out our roundup of intriguing facts about Mark Bonnar and Guilt and watch the stars explain the show’s quintessentially Scottish dark humor.

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    Van der Valk Season 2

    Marc Warren in Van der Valk Season 2 on MASTERPIECE on PBS

    In three all-new episodes airing Sundays, September 25-October 9 at 9/8c, maverick detective Piet Van der Valk (Marc Warren, Beecham House) and his team return to face high profile cases and gritty murders that immerse them in contemporary Amsterdam’s contrasting worlds, from artists living as squatters to a philosophy-obsessed serial killer; from the city’s dazzling diamond trade to the dysfunction of its ruling family; and from the vibrant world of classical music to the dark heart of sex trafficking.

    While you wait, discover truly surprising facts about the author behind the original Van der Valk book series, and refresh your memory with a rewatch of Season 1 with PBS Passport.

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    Miss Scarlet and The Duke Season 2

    Kate Phillips and Stuart Martin in Miss Scarlet and The Duke Season 2

    Victorian London’s most delicious detective duo-with-a-twist returns to MASTERPIECE for Season 2 on Sunday, October 16 at 8/7c. Watch the trailer now!

    In Miss Scarlet and The Duke‘s six high-octane new episodes, aspiring detective Eliza Scarlet (Kate Phillips, Peaky Blinders) competes for cases, trades jabs, and even partners with her longtime friend/rival, The Duke (Stuart Martin, Jamestown), as their relationship delightfully and maddeningly simmers on. Until Season 2’s premiere this fall, find out what’s in store for Season 2, get the scoop from the show’s creator, and revisit all of Eliza’s spirited sleuthing so far when you watch Season 1 with PBS Passport.

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    Magpie Murders

    Lesley Manville and Tim McMullan in Magpie Murders
    Magpie Murders stars Lesley Manville as Susan Ryeland, Tim McMullan as Atticus Pünd. Photographer: Nick Wall

    Magpie Murders, premiering Sunday, October 16 at 9/8c on MASTERPIECE, is a fresh, beguiling twist on the traditional murder mystery, with a solution that will both astonish and shock viewers. Adapted from Anthony Horowitz’ bestselling novel by the author himself, Magpie Murders centers on book editor Susan Ryeland and the unfinished mystery manuscript featuring her unpleasant, prima donna author’s longtime detective, Atticus Pünd. When Susan attempts to attain the final chapters, she’s plunged into a shocking mystery case of her own—one which will change her life in ways she’d never expected. Artfully weaving between two interlocking time periods, the 1950s and the present day, Magpie Murders, starring Lesley Manville (Phantom Thread, World on Fire) as Susan Ryland and Timothy McMullan (Patrick Melrose, Foyle’s War) as fictional DI Atticus Pünd, is sure to delight even the most hard-boiled mystery fan! See first-look images now.

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    Nicola Walker in Annika

    Unforgotten‘s Nicola Walker has traded in cold cases for maritime murders as DI Annika Strandhed in Annika, a new police procedural with a wry wit, premiering Sunday, October 16 at 10/9c. Juggling enigmatic cases while trying to raise her rebellious teenage daughter, the droll and dry-witted skipper of Glasgow’s newly-formed Marine Homicide Unit drops literary references, breaks the fourth wall, and keeps viewers riveted through twists and turns galore. Walker is joined by Jamie Sives (Guilt) as DS Michael McAndrews, Annika’s old colleague; Katie Leung (The NestRoadkill) as DC Blair Ferguson, the forensic brains behind the unit; and Ukweli Roach (Grantchester) as DS Tyrone Clarke, the new cop at the station.

    See the official Annika preview and—in a special opportunity available with PBS Passportwatch all 6 episodes of Annika right now!


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