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What to know: Filled with action and mystery.
Recommended age 10-18
540 minutes
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This is definitely not for young kids, but it is full of action and mystery. Adults who enjoy crime mysteries will find it entertaining and engaging. I really like the characters in this complete fifth season. My favorite is Endeavour Morse, of course. I like that he is paired up with a new rookie (recruit) and seems to be a bit bothered by the fact. The exchange between them adds to the entertainment factor. This series includes six mysteries and I like the 1960s time frame and how the mysteries are solved. There is definitely some violence and sexual content so I do not recommend it for children or young teens. I recommend it for ages 16 to 18, as well as adults, especially those who like crime mysteries. I give it 4 out of 5 stars. Reviewed by Denise B., KIDS FIRST! Juror.
As 1968 dawns, a year of change promises to disrupt the private and professional lives of Endeavour Morse (Shaun Evans) and his colleagues. Endeavour's recent promotion leads him to reluctantly mentor new recruit Fancy (Lewis Peek), while Thursday (Roger Allam) is beginning to think about life after the police. But in Oxford, crime never sleeps, and the team continues to be challenged by mysterious and intriguing cases of murder, greed, and deception. Meanwhile, the rise of organized crime in the city promises to change Oxford forever. When 1968 comes to a close, will things at Cowley Police Station ever be the same again?
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