Grantchester stars Tom Brittney and Robson Green hug cast members and say emotional goodbyes
The seventh series is set to air on ITV in the new year.
And, Grantchester reverend Tom Brittney, 30, and his co-star Robson Green, 56, hugged fellow cast members and said emotional goodbyes as they filmed the show’s forthcoming series last week.
Wrapping on series seven saw heartfelt embraces from cast and crew as they bid a fond farewell to the 1950s crime-fighting drama – for the time being at least.
Farewell! Grantchester reverend Tom Brittney, 30, and his co-star Robson Green, 56, hugged cast members and said emotional goodbyes as they filmed the ITV show
Tom, who plays Reverend Will Davenport in ITV’s 1950s crime-fighting show, also made his directorial debut for its seventh series.
Veteran actor Robson plays Detective Geordie Keating and was photographed chatting to his co-stars as filming concluded.
In a statement, Executive Producer Emma Kingsman-Lloyd previously said of filming amid the pandemic: ‘In these difficult times we are delighted to be able to film another series of our beloved Grantchester.
Time to say goodbye: Veteran actor Robson plays Detective Geordie Keating and was photographed chatting to his co-stars as filming concluded
Bless: The cast were clearly emotional on their final day of filming
Close-knit: Tessa switched her costume shoes for comfy boots and layered up with a moden padded coat as she hugged a member of the crew
Reverend: Tom was clad in his clerical garb and shared a laugh with his co-stars
Intense: The actor shared a sombre moment with a member of the crew as they held hands
‘The cast and crew have worked tirelessly to bring the series to the screen and we know the audience are very excited to see what Will, Geordie and the Grantchester family have in store for them.’
The series is adapted from the Grantchester Mysteries novels by James Runcie and was developed for television by Daisy Coulam.
Cute: Tom put a finger in his mouth as he smiled fondly while overseeing the final day