John Simm reprises his role as Brighton-based Detective Superintendent Roy Grace, for a new series of ITV crime drama Grace.
Grace is an adaptation of international, bestselling author Peter James’ award winning novels, with over 21 million Grace novels having been sold to date.
Starring Richie Campbell as DS Glenn Branson, Zoë Tapper as Cleo Morey, Craig Parkinson as DS Norman Potting and Laura Elphinstone as DS Bella Moy, the new series comprise of three feature length films (3 x 120 mins).
Grace is a co-production between Tall Story Pictures, part of ITV Studios, and Vaudeville Productions.
Executive producer for Tall Story Pictures is Patrick Schweitzer, and Andrew O’Connor and Paul Sandler for Vaudeville Productions. Peter James and Kiaran Murray-Smith also executive produced the new films.
ITV Drama Commissioner, Huw Kennair Jones, oversaw production from ITV’s perspective.
ITV Studios will be responsible for the international distribution of Grace.
As East Sussex police bid farewell to ACC Alison Vosper, the announcement of her replacement is not welcome news for Grace. Shaken by the recent sighting of Sandy, Roy attempts to get closer to the truth while trying to move forward with Cleo, as he is drawn into three sinister investigations. A chilling serial offender from Grace’s past, a road traffic accident which unleashes a web of vengeance and a shocking murder attempt on the Brighton music scene, all test Grace’s skill as past and present collide for Roy, forcing him to confront old memories and learn from previous mistakes.
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