Inspector George Gently

TV Show (2007 - 2014)

Inspector George Gently
Set in Northumberland in the 1960s, Martin Shaw plays the passionate Inspector Gently, with Lee Ingleby as his ambitious partner, Detective Sergeant Bacchus. Together they work at solving some gruesome cases while adapting to working in more liberal times.
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Latest Episodes

  • Season 6 Episode 4: Gently Going Under

    Bacchus and Gently are called in to investigate the death of a miner, which is being treated as suspicious because even though his body was discovered down the pit, records show he was above ground when he disappeared. Alleged victim Arthur Hawkes was a proud union man, and his children confirm he fought long and hard to keep the closure-threatened mine open. But as the detectives dig deeper, they find that not everyone agrees with this portrait of him. Could he really have sold his union comrades down the river? Martin Shaw and Lee Ingleby star, with Simon Greenall, Jack Deam and Michael Socha

  • Season 6 Episode 3: Gently with Honour

    A murder at a Turkish baths seems like an open-and-shut case, as witnesses put an ex-serviceman at the scene of the crime and the suspect has left his ID in a locker. But as Gently and Bacchus begin their search for the man, things soon become complicated. His psychiatrist reveals he was showing signs of schizophrenia, while his brother claims he was far too soft to have killed a man - and when a second body turns up, the duo are led into a world of medical secrets at an Army testing facility. Crime drama, starring Martin Shaw and Lee Ingleby, with William Ash and Jemma Redgrave

  • Season 6 Episode 2: Blue for Bluebird

    A young woman's body is washed up beside a pier, leading Gently and Bacchus to question the staff and guests of the nearby holiday camp where she worked. It turns out she was a popular member of staff, a charismatic performer and great with the guests - but her mother's reaction to her death makes the detectives suspect there is more to her family situation than meets the eye. And when her colleagues' alibis for the night of the murder don't quite stack up, a different picture of the victim - and the camp - comes to light. Martin Shaw and Lee Ingleby star, with guest appearances from Pixie Lott, Lee Boardman, Lisa Riley and Andrea Lowe

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  • Emily85
    2 years ago, Emily85 said:
    Jay, please check that your zip code and provider are saved on LocateTV, as these episodes are showing in the above guide. Thanks, Emily Report abuse
  • jay-ny
    2 years ago, jay-ny said:
    Thanks for checking, but it still doesn't show any episodes on, yet Channel 21 in Long Island, which is on all the cable and satellite systems for the New York Area, is showing all the episodes, on Tue, Fri, and Mon, yet LocateTV shows no episodes at all Report abuse
  • Emily85
    2 years ago, Emily85 said:
    Hi Jay, We had several version of this series in the database, which has now been resolved. Please check back in a couple of days to see the schedule for Inspector George Gently. Thanks, Emily - LocateTV. Report abuse
  • jay-ny
    2 years ago, jay-ny said:
    This series is starting this week on Channel 21 in NY, yet locatetv says that it is not playing in the next 2 weeks. This is clearly an error. Makes it very hard to trust locatetv.com Report abuse
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