Father Brown
2013
BBC One
11 Seasons
120 Episodes
Father Brown is a British period drama / detective television series airing on BBC One.
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Series 11 Premiere of Father Brown is Slated for January 2024

Current Show Status
Father Brown Series 11 officially renewed for January 2024
Latest Episode Aired Fri 1/5/2024 The Scars of War Season 11: Episode 10
Next Episode To be scheduled Episode 1 Season 12: Episode 1
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Father Brown Previous Season 10 Story

In the tenth season of BBC's beloved mystery series, "Father Brown," viewers were once again immersed in the quaint village of Kembleford, where the unassuming Catholic priest, Father Brown, unravels a myriad of perplexing crimes with his astute intellect and unwavering moral compass. Throughout the season, Father Brown, portrayed by the talented Mark Williams, found himself entangled in a web of deceit, murder, and intrigue, as he navigated through the dark underbelly of his seemingly peaceful parish. From uncovering long-buried family secrets to solving intricate puzzles, Father Brown's tenacity and keen observational skills never failed to captivate audiences, making each episode a thrilling journey into the heart of mystery and human nature.

Where to Watch Father Brown

For avid fans and newcomers alike, "Father Brown" is readily accessible on various platforms, ensuring that no one misses out on the riveting adventures of the crime-solving cleric. Viewers can catch up on previous seasons or tune in to the latest episodes of the series on popular streaming services such as Netflix, BritBox, and Amazon Prime Video. Additionally, the show is regularly broadcasted on BBC One, providing audiences with the opportunity to enjoy the timeless appeal of Father Brown's investigations from the comfort of their homes.

Father Brown Cast

Mark Williams, renowned for his versatile performances in film and television, shines in the titular role of Father Brown, bringing warmth, wit, and wisdom to the character. Prior to his portrayal of the compassionate clergyman, Williams garnered acclaim for his portrayal of Arthur Weasley in the "Harry Potter" film series, endearing himself to audiences worldwide with his portrayal of the eccentric patriarch of the Weasley family. Alongside Williams, the ensemble cast of "Father Brown" boasts a roster of talented actors, each lending their unique talents to breathe life into the diverse array of characters populating Kembleford's landscape.

Nancy Carroll, known for her compelling portrayals across stage and screen, captivates audiences as the enigmatic Lady Felicia Montague, infusing the character with sophistication, charm, and a hint of mischief. Prior to her role in "Father Brown," Carroll garnered critical acclaim for her performances in period dramas such as "Downton Abbey" and "The Crown," solidifying her reputation as one of Britain's most esteemed actresses. With her magnetic presence and impeccable delivery, Carroll elevates Lady Felicia into a memorable and beloved figure within the series, earning the admiration of viewers worldwide.

Father Brown 11th Season Premiere on BBC One

The highly anticipated eleventh season of "Father Brown" is set to make its debut at 1:45pm on Friday, 5th January, on BBC One, marking the return of everyone's favorite sleuthing clergyman to the small screen. As loyal fans eagerly await the latest installment of mystery and intrigue, anticipation runs high for the new cases awaiting Father Brown and his loyal companions in Kembleford. With its signature blend of suspense, humor, and heart, the eleventh season promises to deliver another captivating chapter in the enduring legacy of this beloved BBC series, reaffirming its status as essential viewing for mystery enthusiasts of all ages.

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Episodes

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1The Kembleston Olimpicks Jan 5, 2024
2The Forensic Nun Jan 5, 2024
3The Hermit of Hazelnut Cottage Jan 5, 2024
4The Last Supper Jan 5, 2024
5The Father, The Son Jan 5, 2024
6The Quill of Osric Jan 5, 2024
7The Word of the Condemned Jan 5, 2024
8The Last Tango in Kembleford Jan 5, 2024
9The Dead of Night Jan 5, 2024
10The Scars of War Jan 5, 2024
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1The Winds of Change Jan 6, 2023
2The Company of Men Jan 6, 2023
3The Gardeners of Eden Jan 6, 2023
4The Beast of Wedlock Jan 6, 2023
5The Hidden Man Jan 6, 2023
6The Royal Visit Jan 6, 2023
7The Show Must Go On Jan 6, 2023
8The Sands of Time Jan 6, 2023
9The Wheels of Wrath Jan 6, 2023
10The Serpent Within Jan 6, 2023
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1The Menace of Mephistopheles Jan 3, 2022
2The Viper's Tongue Jan 4, 2022
3The Requiem for the Dead Jan 5, 2022
4The Children of Kalon Jan 6, 2022
5The Final Devotion Jan 7, 2022
6The New Order Jan 10, 2022
7The Island of Dreams Jan 11, 2022
8The Wayward Girls Jan 12, 2022
9The Enigma of Antigonish Jan 13, 2022
10The Red Death Jan 14, 2022
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1The Celestial Choir Jan 6, 2020
2The Queen Bee Jan 7, 2020
3The Scales of Justice Jan 8, 2020
4The Wisdom of the Fool Jan 9, 2020
5The Folly of Jephthah Jan 10, 2020
6The Numbers of the Beast Jan 13, 2020
7The River Corrupted Jan 14, 2020
8The Curse of the Aesthetic Jan 15, 2020
9The Fall of the House of St Gardner Jan 16, 2020
10The Tower of Lost Souls Jan 17, 2020
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1The Great Train Robbery Jan 7, 2019
2The Passing Bell Jan 8, 2019
3The Whistle in the Dark Jan 9, 2019
4The Demise of the Debutante Jan 10, 2019
5The Darkest Noon Jan 11, 2019
6The Sacrifice of Tantalus Jan 14, 2019
7The House of God Jan 15, 2019
8The Blood of the Anarchists Jan 16, 2019
9The Skylark Scandal Jan 17, 2019
10The Honourable Thief Jan 18, 2019
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1The Tree of Truth Dec 18, 2017
2The Jackdaw's Revenge Jan 2, 2018
3The Kembleford Dragon Jan 3, 2018
4The Angel of Mercy Jan 4, 2018
5The Face of the Enemy Jan 5, 2018
6The Devil You Know Jan 8, 2018
7The Dance of Death Jan 9, 2018
8The Cat of Mastigatus Jan 10, 2018
9The Flower of the Fairway Jan 11, 2018
10The Two Deaths of Hercule Flambeau Jan 12, 2018
#NameAir Dates
1The Star of Jacob Dec 23, 2016
2The Labyrinth of the Minotaur Jan 2, 2017
3The Eve of St John Jan 3, 2017
4The Chedworth Cyclone Jan 4, 2017
5The Hand of Lucia Jan 5, 2017
6The Eagle and the Daw Jan 6, 2017
7The Smallest of Things Jan 9, 2017
8The Crimson Feather Jan 10, 2017
9The Lepidopterist's Companion Jan 11, 2017
10The Alchemist's Secret Jan 12, 2017
11The Sins of Others Jan 13, 2017
12The Theatre of the Invisible Jan 16, 2017
13The Tanganyika Green Jan 17, 2017
14The Fire in the Sky Jan 18, 2017
15The Penitent Man Jan 19, 2017
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1The Mask of the Demon Jan 4, 2016
2The Brewer's Daughter Jan 5, 2016
3The Hangman's Demise Jan 6, 2016
4The Crackpot of the Empire Jan 7, 2016
5The Daughter of Autolycus Jan 8, 2016
6The Rod of Asclepius Jan 11, 2016
7The Missing Man Jan 12, 2016
8The Resurrectionists Jan 13, 2016
9The Sins of the Father Jan 14, 2016
10The Wrath of Baron Samdi Jan 15, 2016
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1The Man in the Shadows Jan 5, 2015
2The Curse of Amenhotep Jan 6, 2015
3The Invisible Man Jan 7, 2015
4The Sign of the Broken Sword Jan 8, 2015
5The Last Man Jan 9, 2015
6The Upcott Fraternity Jan 12, 2015
7The Kembleford Boggart Jan 13, 2015
8The Lair of the Libertines Jan 14, 2015
9The Truth in the Wine Jan 15, 2015
10The Judgement of Man Jan 16, 2015
11The Time Machine Jan 19, 2015
12The Standing Stones Jan 20, 2015
13The Paradise of Thieves Jan 21, 2015
14The Deadly Seal Jan 22, 2015
15The Owl of Minerva Jan 23, 2015
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1The Ghost in the Machine Jan 6, 2014
2The Maddest of All Jan 7, 2014
3The Pride of the Prydes Jan 8, 2014
4The Shadow of the Scaffold Jan 9, 2014
5The Mysteries of the Rosary Jan 10, 2014
6The Daughters of Jerusalem Jan 13, 2014
7The Three Tools of Death Jan 14, 2014
8The Prize of Colonel Gerard Jan 15, 2014
9The Grim Reaper Jan 16, 2014
10The Laws of Motion Jan 17, 2014
#NameAir Dates
1The Hammer of God Jan 14, 2013
2The Flying Stars Jan 15, 2013
3The Wrong Shape Jan 16, 2013
4The Man in the Tree Jan 17, 2013
5The Eye of Apollo Jan 18, 2013
6The Bride of Christ Jan 21, 2013
7The Devil's Dust Jan 22, 2013
8The Face of Death Jan 23, 2013
9The Mayor and the Magician Jan 24, 2013
10The Blue Cross Jan 25, 2013

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0 0 faxeholm1234 crown  March 9, 2024
BBC One is yet to renew Father Brown for Series 12
this is what should be written above this show, series 11 has finished
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0 1 Deering24 faxeholm1234  March 11, 2024
Man, what happened on this forum? I guess s10 was so bad it was the last straw for everyone here. And S11...urgh!
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0 0 faxeholm1234 crown  January 5, 2024
All 10 episodes of series 11 are now available on BBC Iplayer
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1 1 Deering24  November 11, 2023
Well, it looks like we’re stuck with Devine and Sullivan. There’s an S11 pix of them all lovey-dovey. [sad2] [sad2] [angry]
“It’s now 1955 and Chief Inspector Sullivan and Mrs Devine have grown closer since we saw them last – something that hasn’t escaped the notice of Father Brown and Brenda. With a food fayre to die for, a real-life crime at a crime writing festival and a village rivalry that turns deadly, there’s plenty for the gang to be busy with. And when his old friend Sister Boniface is implicated in a murder at an arts and craft fair, Father Brown must prove her innocence – before it’s too late.”
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1 2 Deering24  November 11, 2023
Well, it looks like we’re stuck with Devine and Sullivan. There’s an S11 pix of them all lovey-dovey. [sad2] [sad2] [angry]
“It’s now 1955 and Chief Inspector Sullivan and Mrs Devine have grown closer since we saw them last – something that hasn’t escaped the notice of Father Brown and Brenda. With a food fayre to die for, a real-life crime at a crime writing festival and a village rivalry that turns deadly, there’s plenty for the gang to be busy with. And when his old friend Sister Boniface is implicated in a murder at an arts and craft fair, Father Brown must prove her innocence – before it’s too late.”
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2 5 HikerJD  August 29, 2023
Father Brown has been a consistent favorite of mine for nine seasons, but I have to say season ten left me feeling empty. The characters' chemistry and writing have left me feeling the series should probably have ended with season nine. Rarely have two characters grated on me as much as Brenda and Mrs. Devine. And as much as I admire the work of Mark Williams as Father Brown, he doesn't seem as engaged this season. Perhaps he is feeling the same thing as an actor as I am as a devoted viewer.
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1 3 Deering24 HikerJD  August 30, 2023
HikerJD--welcome to the club!! [smile] Godawful, wasn't it? I am truly sorry to see one of my favorite shows go out like this. [sad2] And it seems to be because of BBC greed (to renew past S9) leading to promoting folks beyond their competence, not because of anything that makes sense. Given that S11 is already in the can and most likely none of the show's major problems (*cough* the insufferable Mrs. Devine *hack*) have been fixed, it looks like S11 is gonna be a choice hate-watching fest at best. I feel sorry for Williams and Chambers--they are both giving it, but they've been dealt one bad creative hand.
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4 1 Crissandra Gano  August 17, 2023
I too miss the characters who aren’t there any more, but I believe Flambeau will be in more. I kind of like the new stuff, It will get better I think, let the dust settle. Oh and I like all the inspectors. I am in the states and tired of dramas, love comedies and mysteries. I watch several British shows on BRIT BOX, ACORN PLUS, AND YOUTUBE.
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1 6 Peter Crissandra Gano  August 25, 2023
Hi can't believe they messed up this wonderful show . .. they did it with born and bred
In the early 2000 everything something works they spoil it ahh well
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1 6 Mae  August 8, 2023
Living in the States, I was late to the series. Having said that, I found Season 10 to be lacking in substance. I miss Bunty, Mrs. McCarthy and Lady Felicia. Brenda’s character wouldn’t be so insufferable if her speech were slightly more intelligent. Isabelle Devine is equally annoying. Not sure who’s in charge of casting, but they must have been desperate. The show, unfortunately, has become too predictable. I probably won’t renew my BritBox subscription for Season 11.
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3 8 MAbe  August 1, 2023
I think that season 10 is the worst season of Father Brown. The quality of the show has really gone down. I do not like the character of Mrs. Devine and Brenda is even worse. Inspector Sullivan is my least favourite inspector. Mrs. McCarthy, Lady Felicia, Flambeau, Bunty and Sid made the show! What a shame.
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5 1 Jidy  July 14, 2023
I can't wait for Season 11. I am really hoping for Sid, Bunty, and Lady Felicia to be on this season, I was disappointed that Lady Felicia and Flambeau were only in one episode and not together. And who can forget Mrs. M? Mrs. Devine was good but a little to put going and gunho, but no Mrs. M. Hopefully her character will be more toned down. I am so Glad Goodfellow is still on the show, he is a staple.
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5 0 Sanjeewa De-Alwis  April 15, 2023
Father Brown Series 11 will be the show's last as BBC announced it would end after 11 years on air.

The final-ever episode sees Father Brown (Mark Williams) being fatally shot down to death by Duncan Woodfield (Duncan Preston from Surgical Spirit) and Ursula Woodfield (Nichola McAuliffe also from Surgical Spirit) plus Rusty Evans (Oliver Milburn from Born and Bred), Simone Daughtery (Emma Wray from Watching) and Stuart Daughtery (Paul Bown also from Watching).

BLESS THIS HOUSE KATE AND KOJI TISWAS THE COSBY MYSTERIES

Stephanie Daughtery confirms pregnancy for the first time
Connie Stephens confirms pregnancy for the first time
Emma Raducanu confirms pregnancy for the first time
Laura Killington confirms pregnancy for the first time
Zoe Killington confirms pregnancy for the first time

Jacqueline Ellis retires from Women's Snooker Tournaments
Janet Hughes retires from Women's Snooker Tournaments
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0 3 L.G Spriggs Jr Sanjeewa De-Alwis  April 15, 2023
Ok, are you sure you're quite drunk enough yet buddy?! Hahaha someone's making full use of the weekend I see. Gibberish aside, I hope you're right about father Brown ending, it's like everyone else pretty much on here's said already; it's had it's day, time to turn off the life support machine. I'm American, from Wisconsin to be precise: our television shows are admittedly relatively limited in terms of quality, however, father Brown from wonderful Blighty was a great watch. That was until up to series ten and the less said about it to be honest, the better. All the best from Wisconsin.
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1 6 Emma  April 6, 2023
On another note, is that Mark Williams in the picture above?! Good Lord he's shed some timber hasn't he?! All that bike riding no doubt, but alas, that Aussie poster won't be too pleased, he's lost his chin/neck! Never mind though, there's always the late, great Robbie Coltrane as Cracker.
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14 3 EnnisB  April 4, 2023
I love the new characters on Father Brown!🤗 I loved Brenda on the episode she was featured in last season with Bunty. I think she's absolutely ADORABLE 🥰 I'm starting to warm to MrsmaDevine though it's a small culture shock having watched her on Lark Rise to Candleford for so long. The thing I hate about this season are Flambeau's crazy Trump like spray tan and MOST OF ALL... Sullivan. He was always been my least favorite chief. I think they're trying to make him interested in women this time that will be interesting.
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3 10 Emma EnnisB  April 6, 2023
Oh Ennis my sweet! There is absolutely nothing, nada, nish that any way resembles adorable about Brenda! I'm sure the actress who plays her is lovely and all the rest of it, but she completely kills the programme stone dead! She's annoying, unfunny, unconvincing and just plain unwatchable. Bunty, Emmer Kenny was leagues above and it's futile to compare the two, that would be like comparing diamond to paste. No way Jose will I ever watch this epic horse manure again.
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3 7 Marie Emma  July 31, 2023
Great response I miss the original .Time for Father Brown to end on a high note. It’s a different show offer Sorcha Cusack a bonus ;I believe her age was a factor and they came cheap !!
Hey BBC ,If cost is the reasons for a new cast —
You get what you pay for!
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2 7 Marie Emma  July 31, 2023
Great response I miss the original .Time for Father Brown to end on a high note. It’s a different show offer Sorcha Cusack a bonus ;I believe her age was a factor and they came cheap !!
Hey BBC ,If cost is the reasons for a new cast —
You get what you pay for!
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0 6 Deering24  April 4, 2023
Season 11 is filming--still with this benighted romance, worse luck. :P
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2 11 Emma Deering24  April 6, 2023
Oh why bother?! Series 10 was weak as nats [censored]. Bin it orff as lady felicia Montague would say.
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2 11 Deering24 Emma  April 7, 2023
It’s a good bet at least four eps are going to center around The Magical Mrs. Devine. And her reuniting Sullivan with his estranged parents. And proving her son innocent of murder. And at least two eps.dedicated to her wedding. Talk about a hate-watching banquet…🤮🤮🤣🤣
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1 11 Emma Deering24  April 7, 2023
Oh Deering I think you'd be better off writing scripts for them. I gave up after the second episode, that Brenda grated on me something horrible; I just couldn't recognise the programme any more. It's as the vast majority on here say, completely lost its way and the only question is: how has it got the green light for another series? It costs the beeb quarter of a million per episode!!
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2 15 Lord Algernon  March 24, 2023
Sorry but I can't watch no more of this. Utter [censored].
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2 18 Jim  March 24, 2023
The first 9 series were great but series 10 is unwatchable with Brenda.
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1 16 Lord Algernon Jim  March 24, 2023
Couldn't agree more Jim. What were they thinking with this series? All the humour and interest has evaporated, wouldn't watch more if you paid me because it really is that bad. Shame that, it was great once.
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1 13 Emma Jim  April 6, 2023
Me too Jim; she reminds me of that dreadful Fizz from coronation street.
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5 2 Deering24  March 19, 2023
(Spoiler for S10, Ep 10) Eheheheh. I like to think Mrs. Devine killed her hubby and has been stringing Sullivan along to keep him off the trail. ;) And after Father Brown busts her, Sid or a better female character gets to ...er, console the poor bereft guy. [bigsmile] Honestly, she was interesting at first, but when she let her actor’s ego foul up two critical investigations, that was it for me. [angry] In the finale, she could have gotten everyone killed and Sullivan imprisoned for good by treating an undercover mission like a silly amateur dramatics stunt.
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2 25 Bernard Ware  February 24, 2023
What's happened? is series 10 some sort of spoof for charity or something?! this cannot be for real, please somebody reassure me!
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0 10 Emma Bernard Ware  April 6, 2023
Oh Bernard if only it was! Turn the ship around father Brown producers! Get Mrs McCarthy, bunty and Sid back now! We'll forgive and forget if you do!!!!
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0 10 Lady L Emma  July 13, 2023
Ditto darlings🥴😭🥀All the good writers must have tiptoed out stage left behind the best actors.
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1 7 Emma Lady L  July 17, 2023
Eloquently put Lady L; I could not agree more.
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2 3 Dustdawg  February 24, 2023
[sad2] was upset by the sudden change in the cast, there's great chemistry between then,but now it's lost that feeling although I guess things change but there's no hint of anyone leaving at the end of series 9. I guess given time I will get used to the change and the characters given time to gel. Let's see what happens if series 11 is made, its difficult to judge after just 1 series and the characters needed to develop. [wink]
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1 21 Bernard Ware Dustdawg  February 24, 2023
I don't like the new series one iota; I just can't warm to the new cast despite my very best efforts.
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14 1 Jawahir Dustdawg  March 20, 2023
I agree, ppl should atleast give the new ones 1 chance to settle down with their character... actually the writers have failed somewhat in properly depictung and casting a zealous and overly passionate character which is Mrs Devine... but well in my POV i think i like those lovey dovey scenes b/w the Inspector and Mrs Devine... and I've my fingers crossed for a happy end in the story for the couple... i can't see Sullivan having a heartbreak [sad2]
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1 5 Marie Dustdawg  July 31, 2023
I’m sorry but Brenda’s voice is grating! She’s talented and needs a proper venue ! They used Lady Felicia to hook us in- - even she couldn’t save it
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1 11 Kimberly the grate  February 23, 2023
Is it just me, or is father brown absolutely gorgeous?! The chin on him is without doubt the sexiest thing I've ever witnessed. Love him down here in Australia, though I tend to agree the plots have, well, err lost the plot, it's worth watching just to fantasize about sliding one's hand down his cassic. Lovely tasty, sexy guy.
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1 5 Bernard Ware Kimberly the grate  February 24, 2023
You can't be serious?
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2 5 Shell donley Kimberly the grate  March 1, 2023
It's just you flower. [smile]
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0 8 Emma Kimberly the grate  April 6, 2023
Oh no! In which case, best not to look up at the picture with him and the clacker! He's gone all bony macaroni! [smile]
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4 19 Constance Woo  February 23, 2023
British citizen's t.v. licensing money should no longer pay for this boring, sell-out toss.
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14 5 Jawahir  February 22, 2023
Dear Lord... why on earth is everyone booing at the s10 of Father Brown... i just loved every episode... tbh i loved s10 more... also bcz of Inspector Sullivan but more bcz of Sullivan and Isabelle's chemistry... I'm in love with them... and the stories are great too [love]
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2 14 Constance woo Jawahir  February 22, 2023
If you really have to ask, you don't see the decline. Series ten is stuff of nonsense; the new companions are absolutely detrimental to a once excellent programme.
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2 18 Constance woo Jawahir  February 22, 2023
Btw there is NO chemistry between any of them! There in lies the problem. Have you been watching an entirely different programme my sweet pea?
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14 5 Jawahir Constance woo  February 23, 2023
Well it's everyone's own opinion, but i don't find the season as worse as everybody is depicting... it's good and obviously we must accept changes... as of my opinion although i don't like brenda and accepting the fact that there is lesser chemistry b/w Father Brown and Mrs Devine than FB and Mrs M, but i think we must give a chance to inspector sullivan and Isabelle's love twister... why shouldn't we risk trying something new... I'd like to see both charcaters having a happy ending in the next season... every character in FB has a story of it's own so why not them!
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9 4 Jawahir  February 22, 2023
Dear Lord... why on earth is everyone booing at the s10 of Father Brown... i just loved every episode... tbh i loved s10 more... also bcz of Inspector Sullivan but more bcz of Sullivan and Isabelle's chemistry... I'm in love with them... and the stories are great too [love]
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0 13 Constance woo Jawahir  February 22, 2023
It's a perfect blend of bunkum and hokum baby yeah!
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2 15 Sarah st john smythe  February 21, 2023
Used to like this show a lot, not so much any more it's got nothing I like about it left. Not for me, soz.
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12 5 Kenai Buck  February 19, 2023
Love Father Brown. I do like the new characters, although I miss Mrs McCarthy and Bunty. I hope it returns for a season 11. Looking forward to another season of Sister Boniface and Grantchester as well.
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2 15 Constance woo Kenai Buck  February 22, 2023
You have a questionable taste.
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1 15 Kimberly the grate Constance woo  February 23, 2023
You say that but father brown is absolute sex on toast! You don't get guys of that calibre here in Oz, on tv it's all neighbours to you, you think they're all Sun tanned Adonis but they're more akin to Alf Stewart. Mark Williams just stirrs my coffee, makes me go off like a frog in a sock frankly.
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0 10 Shell donley Kimberly the grate  March 1, 2023
You wanna get yourself down Clapham girl, there's a million blokes that look like him, you could surely fill your boots. Mind you, England's saturated with them!
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0 22 Grannysonmakescakes  February 18, 2023
What what what! No Mrs McCarthy?! Oh poo gosh! The one person on the television I had one thing in common with, there were times I was convinced she was inspired by me, they've chopped her the rotten so and so's! Well, we'll see about that matey, this former fan's scone! See what I did there?
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0 13 Sarah st john smythe Grannysonmakescakes  February 21, 2023
Oh bless you! Not sure what to suggest given Mrs M was so distinctive and incomparable. I know, have you ever seen miss marple? That was a good watch, I presume you're an older lady so I fear you likely have. Not easy is it?! Hugs to you granny darling.
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0 9 Miss Bateman Grannysonmakescakes  April 16, 2023
Love your comment! I am willing to bet you have an aga in the kitchen! [smile]
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