Grace ITV: How many episodes are in Grace on ITV?

Grace: John Simm stars in dramatic trailer for ITV drama

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Grace on ITV is based on the huge popular Roy Grace novels by Peter James. John Simm stars in the series alongside Richie Campbell, Rakie Ayola and Adrian Rawlins. Fans of the original book series are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the small-screen adaption.Express.co.uk has everything you need to know about Grace on ITV.

How many episodes are in Grace on ITV?

Grace premiered on Sunday, March 14 at 8pm on ITV and is streaming on the ITV Hub now.

The series is a dramatisation of the first two novels in the series, Dead Simple and Looking Good Dead which will air in two separate parts over 2021.

Each episode is feature-length and will air over two hours on Sunday, finishing at 10pm.

The second instalment will follow later in 2021, with a release date to be confirmed

Express.co.uk will update this article when more information is available.

To watch Grace, you can catch the episode as it airs on the ITV channel or you can stream the episode live via the ITV Hub.

If you happen to miss the premiere of Grace, you can catch up via the ITV Hub after it has finished airing on ITV.

ITV has teased some details about the first episode in the series.

The synopsis reads: “The first film, Dead Simple, opens with Grace (played by John Simm) running enquiries into long-forgotten cold cases with little or no prospect of success.

“He’s fixated by the disappearance of his beloved wife, Sandy, which haunts his thoughts.

“His unorthodox police methods have come under scrutiny once again and Grace is walking a career tightrope and risks being moved from the job he loves most.

“With so much at stake, his colleague Detective Sergeant Glenn Branson knows he has more to give and asks him for help with a case.

“When a stag night prank appears to go wrong and the groom goes missing, Branson calls upon Grace to unravel events that led to the mysterious disappearance three days before his wedding to his beautiful fiancé.

“A successful property developer with everything to live for, there is no trace of the missing groom.

“Is this a case of stag night shenanigans gone badly awry? Or is this something more sinister?

“With nothing but instinct, a lingering suspicion and his obsessive nature, Grace doggedly pursues the groom’s disappearance and becomes uneasily close to the bride to be…”

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Who stars in Grace on ITV?

John Simm stars as Detective Roy Grace in the series.

Grace is a Brighton based Detective Superintendent, who has dedicated his life to his work.

Simm is best known for playing Sam Tyler in Life on Mars and The Master in Doctor Who.

His other credits include Crime and Punishment, Cracker, Wonderland and Strangers.

Peter James, the author of the Roy Grace novels commented: “John Simm, who actually looks like the Roy Grace of my imagination, is inspired casting!

“With John in the lead, the brilliant scripting by Russell Lewis, and our wonderful production team, I’m confident that fans of my novels and of TV crime dramas, in general, will be in for a treat.”

Top Boy’s Richie Campbell stars as DS Glenn Branson and Shetland’s Raki Ayola takes on the role of ACC Vosper.

Chernobyl’s Laura Elphinstone plays the role of DS Bella Moy opposite Vera’s Amaka Okafor as DC Emma Jane Boutwood.

Stage star Brad Morrison portrays DC Nicholl alongside, Scarborough’s Rebecca Scrogs as Ari and Vera’s Alexander Cobb as Kevin Spinella.

Also in the cast, if Chernobyl’s Adrian Rawlings, Sex Education’s Natasha Joseph, Dickensian’s Tom Weston-Jones, Bodyguard’s Matt Stokoe, Chewing Gum’s Alisha Bailey and White Lines star Maggie O’Neill.

Grace is streaming on the ITV Hub now

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