New Showreel

A new seven minute showreel video has been added to the website of Andrew Gower's agents, Troika Talent. It includes clips from Monroe, Endeavour, The Village, Being Human, Frankenstein's Wedding, Murdoch Mysteries, The White Queen and Misfits. Enjoy! https://vimeo.com/138016134

Review: Endeavour S02E04, Neverland

Endeavour 2x04 "Neverland" [...] the mystery is complex without being convoluted, and I consider it the strongest script of this series, which has tended towards noir elements. Our heroes (slightly tarnished, like the best noir protagonists, but good men nonetheless) are up against crooked and far-reaching powers, against which victory is by no means certain. … Continue reading Review: Endeavour S02E04, Neverland

Endeavour 2.04: Season Finale Neverland

This relatively spoiler-free review of Endeavour episode "Neverland" comes from CriminalElement.com: The final episode of Endeavour Series 2 was a corker. We don’t do spoilers on Masterpiece Mystery programs, but I would suggest that you go and watch “Neverland” right now if you haven’t already. Then go back and watch it again, knowing what you … Continue reading Endeavour 2.04: Season Finale Neverland

Endeavour: Neverland review

Den of Geek reviewed Andrew's Endeavour episode "Neverland", the "devastating final episode of Endeavour’s impressive second series". However, the review contains heavy plot spoilers, so read at your own risk if you haven't seen the episode already! Neverland dealt with horribly topical subject matter in the same compassionate, tasteful manner to which we’ve become accustomed over … Continue reading Endeavour: Neverland review

Endeavour Season 2 – Neverland – Episode Review

Endeavour 2x04 "Neverland": [...] I think this episode is the best this year, capturing the pace, wit, characterizations, and humor that made the show unique. Going for a darker feel, the second season has ended by feeling a little bit dull, though, I must comment, it’s still miles ahead of Lewis. "Neverland" changes that, allowing itself … Continue reading Endeavour Season 2 – Neverland – Episode Review

Endeavour Series 2 Episode 4 ‘Neverland’ An Appreciation

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Endeavour Series 2 Episode 4 Neverland

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I am still reeling from the series finale ~ but let’s set the scene, a boy (Tommy Cork) has disappeared and a journalist’s body has been found alongside a railway line in mysterious circumstances…. and a young inmate of HMP Farnleigh due for release makes a breakout after listening to his radio alongside a set of Rosary Beads. Contrast with a police Charity Gala Day where a benefactor is donating a huge cheque and where we discover that top ranking police officers are involved in the ‘Old Boys Network’ via the links of the Golf Course. What follows is an intricate set of events which converge on each other throughout and which unearth a far more sinister set of coincidences…

Endeavour is now singing as part of a Church Choral and counterpoised is the police medical of Fred Thursday whose #Ahh’s harmonise with the 

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Endeavour, Neverland. Television Review

Here's another review on Endeavour's "Neverland": "Neverland", captured the essence of what the future Inspector Morse means to a generation of fans. This was the finale in which the fan could only hope for, the scene for which had been coming over the last four weeks and which stretched Shaun Evans, Roger Allam and Anton … Continue reading Endeavour, Neverland. Television Review

Endeavour 2×04 Neverland TV Review

20 April 2014: Neela Debnath for The Independent [Endeavour 2x04 "Neverland" is]  a "gripping, sordid, startling and magnificent end to the series". [...] Series two of Endeavour has offered viewers a series of compelling stories shot in an incredibly cinematic style that elevates it from run-of-the-mill police procedurals. (Source: Independent.co.uk)  

Endeavour 2×04 Neverland

Endeavour 2×04 Neverland Oxford police have their hands full in the S2 finale of British detective series Endeavour (a prequel series to the long-running Inspector Morse) as they need to deal with several cases at once: young Tommy Cork (Louis Ashbourne Serkis) has run away from home and journalist Eric Patterson is found dead by … Continue reading Endeavour 2×04 Neverland

Endeavour episode description and full cast

As plans to build a new police station lead Morse to question his place in the force, he investigates the case of Tommy Cork, a boy from a broken home who has disappeared. Meanwhile, the body of disreputable journalist Eric Patterson has been found on railway tracks in mysterious circumstances. He was last seen embroiled … Continue reading Endeavour episode description and full cast

Press pack for Endeavour

The press pack for Endeavour series 2 can be found here. It contains the cast list for all the episodes, with Andrew listed third for his episode (NB the episode specific cast lists do not include main cast). The episode is due to air on Sunday 20 April, however this has not yet been confirmed … Continue reading Press pack for Endeavour

Andrew Gower cast in Endeavour series 2

We had it confirmed today that Andrew Gower will appear in episode four of Endeavour series two as Nicholas Myers, a junior clerk at a solicitors office. "December 1966. Change is in the air as winter's chill grips Oxford. Plans to build a new police station lead both DC Endeavour Morse and DI Fred Thursday … Continue reading Andrew Gower cast in Endeavour series 2