Endeavour - Der junge Inspector Morse. Serien-Spezial von Jochen König. Nationales Kulturgut in Großbritannien – und Geheimtipp für Deutschland. Die britische Serie Endeavour zeigt das Leben und die Arbeit des jungen Inspector Morse. Dieser war eins Verschlüsselungsspezialist bei der Armee. Endeavour Morse wird mit Trewlove zu einem Undercover-Einsatz an eine Jungenschule namens Coldwater geschickt, um das Verschwinden.
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Detective Chief Inspector Endeavour Morse, GM, ist die gleichnamige fiktive Figur in der Reihe der Kriminalromane des britischen Autors Colin Dexter. Der junge Inspektor Morse (Originaltitel: Endeavour, auf deutsch „Bemühung/Anstrengung/Bestrebung“, zugleich der Vorname der Hauptfigur) ist eine britische. Der junge Inspektor Morse. GB – (Endeavour). bisher 30 Folgen in 7 Staffeln. Deutsche Erstausstrahlung: ZDFneo. Original-Erstausstrahlung. Die britische Serie Endeavour zeigt das Leben und die Arbeit des jungen Inspector Morse. Dieser war eins Verschlüsselungsspezialist bei der Armee. Endeavour Morse wird mit Trewlove zu einem Undercover-Einsatz an eine Jungenschule namens Coldwater geschickt, um das Verschwinden. Staffel 5. Endeavour Morse (Shaun Evans) und die Oxford Police. Endeavour Morse (Shaun Evans) muss nach seiner Beförderung zum Sergeant Aufgaben übernehmen, die ihm weniger gefallen. Dazu zählt.
Staffel 5. Endeavour Morse (Shaun Evans) und die Oxford Police. Endeavour Morse wird mit Trewlove zu einem Undercover-Einsatz an eine Jungenschule namens Coldwater geschickt, um das Verschwinden. Endeavour - Der junge Inspector Morse. Serien-Spezial von Jochen König. Nationales Kulturgut in Großbritannien – und Geheimtipp für Deutschland.
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In August , ITV announced that the series has been recommissioned for an eighth series. In the pilot episode, having been transferred to CID after only two years as a uniformed police constable, the young DC Morse soon becomes disillusioned with law enforcement and begins writing a resignation letter.
Before he can resign, Morse is sent with other detectives from the Carshall-Newtown Police to the Oxford City Police's Cowley Police Station to assist in investigating the case of a missing fifteen-year-old schoolgirl.
Having studied at Oxford gives Morse advantages and disadvantages when dealing with Oxford's "town and gown" divide. During the pilot episode, he tenders his resignation but his superior, veteran Detective Inspector Fred Thursday Roger Allam , who had been in the Inspector Morse episode "Death is Now My Neighbour" 15 years earlier , the "guv" at the Oxford City Police's CID, sees in him an unblemished detective whom he can trust and takes him under his wing to be his new " bag man " assistant , replacing a corrupt detective sergeant.
Series 1 begins with Morse transferring to the Oxford City Police in following a double-murder investigation that took place during the pilot episode.
Morse is taken under the wing of Inspector Thursday. Thursday names Morse his designated "bag man" and shows him the ropes as Morse begins to solve a string of complex multiple-murders, much to the envy and annoyance of some of his superiors, particularly Detective Sergeant Jakes and Chief Superintendent Bright.
Morse displays his obvious genius in solving intricate murders, including several with opera connections. Thursday and fellow-Constable Strange try to steer the young Morse into taking his sergeant's exam, so that he may be relieved of "general duties" and become Thursday's official "bag man".
In the last episode of the series, Morse is shot while attempting to apprehend a murderer and is placed on light duties. At the same time, he comes to terms with the December death of his cold, unfeeling father.
Series 2 begins in with Morse returning to active duty at Cowley police station, after spending several months on light duty at Oxfordshire County Police 's Witney station, under the direction of DI Bart Church.
As a delayed result of being shot, Morse begins to suffer from stress, and paranoia and increases his alcohol consumption. Despite making several mistakes in the investigation, Morse solves the case, impressing his superiors.
During the investigation he suffers concussion after being struck over the head and is cared for by his nurse neighbour, Monica Hicks, in whom he takes an interest.
During the course of several cases, pieces of circumstantial evidence go missing, and a murder suspect threatens Morse by claiming association with powerful men who will not take kindly to interference.
In the final episode, the looming merger of city and county police and misgivings about corruption lead Thursday to consider retirement, in response to strong hints from Ch Supt Bright about age and health.
Disheartened by this, Morse speculates to Monica about leaving the police and going abroad with her.
Assistant Chief Constable Clive Deare asks Thursday and Morse to investigate corruption within the police and council covertly. Morse is sent to a rendezvous where he is ambushed by corrupt officers and Thursday is lured to Blenheim Vale, a derelict former wayward boys home, where there was rampant sexual and physical abuse of which Jakes was a victim.
Morse escapes the ambush and goes to support Thursday, who is shot by Deare, a participant in the abuse at Blenheim Vale. Deare is about to kill Morse when he is shot dead by a girl who had also been abused at Blenheim Vale, who then kills herself.
Bright and Strange arrive with backup and an ambulance. As Thursday is being loaded into an ambulance, Morse is arrested by officers from another force for the murder of Standish.
Series 3 begins in spring Morse is cleared of the murder of Chief Constable Standish and the records in the case of Blenheim Vale are sealed for 50 years.
DI Thursday is discharged from hospital, but the bullet could not be removed and has resulted in recurring coughs. Monica has come to realise that she and Morse have gone their separate ways.
Strange is promoted to sergeant and Morse considers his future after his time on remand but, with Thursday's encouragement, Morse returns to active duty investigating a murder following a disappearance at a funfair on Cowley Green.
After solving a faked kidnapping and tainted fruit being sold at a local supermarket, DS Jakes survives a time-bomb, retires from the force and leaves Oxford.
Strange takes Jakes's place as detective sergeant but assures Morse that they are still friends even though he is now his superior. Thursday shows frequent signs of outbursts against suspects unwilling to co-operate during the investigations, and even uses violence as a way of extracting information.
Although Morse is unsure about becoming a sergeant, Thursday assures him he is more fitted to be an inspector. In the final episode, Morse finally sits his sergeant's exam and completes his paper well within the time allowed.
An armed robbery takes place at a bank where Joan Thursday works and the armed robbers are trapped along with Morse during an investigation into a killing and payroll robbery.
After the robbers are arrested, Joan, emotionally affected by the ordeal, leaves Oxford despite encouragement from Morse to stay. Realising that Joan has gone, Thursday encounters Morse outside his house and figures that he saw Joan leave.
Series 4 covers summer to autumn Joan Thursday is still away and Morse learns that his sergeant's exam paper went "missing", which meant automatic failure.
Bright finds out that Morse's exam paper was the only one missing and suggests to him that some of his enemies might be sabotaging his career.
After solving another complex murder case, Morse refuses to be affected by failing his sergeant's exam and stays in Oxford.
He locates Joan in Leamington Spa , in a relationship with a married man. She declines Morse's offer to return to Oxford, and he agrees not to tell her father where she is.
In the final episode, Morse gets a job offer in London and considers leaving Oxford. DI Thursday discovers Morse's note of Joan's address.
He also pays her a visit and confronts her lover. When she is hit and kicked out by her boyfriend, Joan visits Morse.
He asks her to marry him, which she refuses, and he lends her some money as she does not want to return home.
Later, Morse gets a phone call to tell him that Joan is in hospital. He finds out from a doctor that she has fallen and has had a miscarriage.
After averting disaster at a nuclear power plant, Thursday is promoted to the rank of chief inspector and Morse is promoted to detective sergeant.
They are both awarded the George Medal for their actions. Between April and November , various investigations continue during the creation of Thames Valley Constabulary from the city and county police forces.
The future of Cowley police station is in question, along with those of some of the key members of the team there.
Joan is back in town and occasionally bumps into Morse around Oxford. DCI Thursday's plans for retirement hang in the balance.
The final episode, with the gang rivalry looming all over town, includes the death of DC George Fancy who gets hit by bullets that do not match any of those of the crossfire between gangs that occurred where he was found and the departure of WPC Shirley Trewlove to Scotland Yard, while the rest come to terms with the death and the closure of the Cowley Station.
The series concludes with Morse asking Joan Thursday if her offer to go for coffee was still open after he had said no to having coffee with her earlier in the series.
In the last scene, they look at one another before Joan responds. Series six starts in July , eight months after the end of series five, with Morse sporting a moustache for the first time.
Bright, now assigned to Traffic Division, appears in a road safety film and becomes known to locals as the "Pelican Man".
Thursday secretly does not like them either but reminds Morse to mind how he goes. It is revealed that Joan declined Morse's offer for coffee and stated any relationship with him could never work.
However, they are thrown together during a missing person case. Thursday, Morse and Bright eventually discover that Box and Jago are involved in police corruption.
After Box takes Thursday to meet some of Box's powerful and corrupt superiors, Thursday punches Box for his part in the corruption.
DeBryn is kidnapped and held hostage at a factory site, where Morse, Thursday, Strange and Bright confront the corrupt officers.
Jago admits that he murdered George Fancy with Box's gun. During the confrontation, Box having switched sides and Jago shoot each other.
It starred Shaun Evans as the eponymous police detective in his early career. ITV commissioned a first series of four new episodes, filmed during summer ,  and broadcast them from 14 April to 5 May It was announced on 5 June that, due to the success of series 1, including consistently high ratings, ITV had commissioned a second series of four episodes.
Before that third series of Endeavour was screened on ITV, Evans told the Oxford Mail , "It's not like we have a six-year contract, there's none of that.
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