Grace on ITV recommissioned for a second series

Grace, the series adapted from the Roy Grace novels by Peter James and starring John Simm, has been renewed for a second series.

We’ve only seen one episode of the first series, with the final episode’s transmission date yet to be announced.

However, the channel has announced that it’s going ahead with a second run.

Writer, Russell ‘Endeavour’ Lewis, says: “After the overwhelmingly positive audience response to the seaside noir of Dead Simple, (tabloid trauma tales notwithstanding!) and Looking Good Dead cued up ready to go, all at Team Roy Grace are delighted to have been given the opportunity by ITV to return to Brighton (& Hove, actually!) to continue Roy’s story with a new series of films based on Peter James best-selling novels.

“We’ll be shooting out of our Brighton HQ and all along and around the South Coast from late summer through to very late autumn, so it’s quite possible that like some macabre Radio Fab Roadshow, our caravanserai of coroner’s van, SOCO unit, Mobile Incident Room may well be coming to a street near you!  As the late, great Shaw Taylor used to ask viewers on Police 5… ‘Keep ‘em peeled!’”

More news as we get it.

READ MORE: OUR REVIEW OF EPISODE ONE

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