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New Season of 'Inspector George Gently' Premieres on KCET

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Get ready "Inspector George Gently" fans, a brand new season starts Sunday, December 20, 2015 at 10:00 p.m. on KCET!

A new season of first-run episodes of the detective drama debuts with the incorruptible, uncompromising Inspector George Gently, who was transplanted from London's Scotland Yard to England's North Country. Gently's reputation for honesty and relentlessness makes him almost as feared among his colleagues as he is among criminals.

Based on the long-running series of novels by Alan Hunter, these feature-length modern dramas boast clever writing, stylish direction, and strong casts. Powerful mysteries unfold against the beautiful backdrop of rural Britain in the 1960s, a region just beginning to feel the rumbles of the era's social and cultural quakes.

"Inspector George Gently" will air Sundays at 10:00 p.m. See show details below:

 

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December 20, 2015 "Gently With Women"

In this episode, Inspector Gently's investigation into the rape of a prostitute leads him to unravel how rape cases are handled within the force; and the teams have to deal with animosity from their colleagues.

December 27, 2015 "Breathe The Air"

An investigation into a GP's suspected suicide leads team member Rachel Coles to the small village community that she grew up in, which stirs up tragic memories.

January 3, 2016 "Gently Among Friends"

A man is found dead at the backdrop of the Wildcat riots, where rubbish is piling on the streets. The victim was in a lot of debt, but the mystery is to discover who killed him and why.

January 10, 2016 "Son Of A Gun"

Following an armed robbery, Gently seeks to find the armed gang and bring them to justice before more innocent people are shot.

 

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