Father Brown season 6
Country: United Kingdom
TV channel: BBC One
Original release: January 14, 2013 – present
About TV show Father Brown season 6
Father Brown (Mark Williams) is easily underestimated. As a Roman Catholic priest, he is a rarity in Anglican England. He served in St. Mary's Church at Kembleford in the early 1950s. Externally inconspicuous and simple-minded, he is yet a highly intelligent and lifelike man. This regularly brings the local Inspector Valentine (Hugo Speer) to the brink of frustration, though he can not hide his admiration for the little man's achievements.
In the summer of 2012, production began on the first ten episodes in Cotswolds. In March 2013, the station commissioned a second season, which aired in 2014. Shortly after broadcasting the season two season finale, Father Brown was extended in January 2014 for a 15-part third season. Since then, a new season has been shot annually, so there are currently 5 seasons.
Filming takes place mainly in Blockley, Gloucestershire. Other film locations are Winchcombe, Upper Slaughter, Kemerton, Sudeley Castle and Winchcombe Railway Station.
Father Brown is a British television series produced since 2013 for the BBC. The series is loosely based on the literary character of Paters Brown from the short stories of author Gilbert Keith Chesterton. The title character of Father Brown shows Mark Williams. The first broadcast in the UK took place on 14 January 2013 on BBC One.