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Shaun Evans charms audiences with his portrayal of the cerebral and solitary detective Morse in Endeavour, written by Inspector Lewis creator and Inspector Morse writer Russell Lewis .

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Abigail Thaw discussed her father's legacy and the emotional ending of the series.
Funding for MASTERPIECE is provided by Viking and Raymond James with additional support from public television viewers and contributors to The MASTERPIECE Trust, created to help ensure the series’ future.
Episodes
Learn if Morse’s future on the force is in jeopardy.
See how Morse’s love of opera may be the key to stopping a string of killings.
Follow Morse as he delves into the murky past of a family that owns a munitions factory.
See why Morse must choose between his job responsibilities and loyalty to his mentor.
Morse’s first case on his return to duty is a suicide leading to seemingly unrelated case.
Follow Morse as he races to prevent ghosts of the past from crashing into the present.
Morse and Thursday grapple with personal travails as they hunt for the Oxford strangler.
See if cases of a missing boy, a dead journalist and an absconder from prison are linked.
Learn why Morse begins a covert investigation into a young woman’s murder.
Morse investigates a young housewife’s death from a mysterious “tummy bug.”
Scientific academia, city parks, night school and the wilderness collide, in this episode.
Learn why Endeavour is occupied with unexpected strife in his personal life.
Extras
Peter Jakes makes a surprise visit to the station, while DCI Thursday gets some news.
Anton Lesser and series producer Charlotte Webber admire the writing of the series.
Roger Allam looks back on playing DCI Fred Thursday for the last decade.
A series of cryptic death notices provides clues to Endeavour’s final investigation.
Composer Matthew Slater explains the process of creating the music for the series.
Morse is haunted with memories of the past as he delves into the file of a closed case.
Anton Lesser looks back on his years playing Chief Superintendent Reginald Bright.
Watch a recording of a live Q&A event with Shaun Evans, hosted by Jace Lacob.
Shaun Evans looks back on his many years playing the one and only Endeavour Morse.
A crime wave has taken hold of Oxford. The death of a uniformed policeman shocks everyone.