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Father Brown Season 7: Netflix Release Date And All We Know Far

BBC shows have been performing quite well on Netflix and Father Brown is no exception. With a hit Season 6 on Netflix, one naturally wonders when Season 7 would be coming to Netflix. Father Brown is based on the short stories of author G.K Chesterton; it is a comedy-detective series. Season 1 aired back in 2013, and there’s no stopping to Father Brown since then.

The show deals with the warn-torn UK of the 1950s, still recovering from the devasting effects of WW2. It is in the village of Kembleford in the Cotswold that a local priest emerges as town’s best detective. He solves the biggest crimes besides his duties to the parish. Father Brown has a knack to solve crimes and help the people of Kembleford. Using his twin qualities of sharp wit and intellect, Father Brown stops is unstoppable in his attempts to ensure that justice is served. Actor Mark Williams, from the Harry Potter, plays Father Brown in the show. His aides include Mrs. McCarthy (Sorcha Cusack), Inspector Mallory (Jack Deam) and Bunty Windermere (Emer Kenny). Together they will assist Father Brown in solving a new set of mysteries.

Season 6 of Father Brown, arrived on Netflix US in April of 2018. Hence we are assuming that Season 7 will arrive on Netflix around the same time. As goes for Canadian subscribers, they can expect Father Brown, 7th season around the same time as the US. Finally, for Netflix UK, it is yet to receive any new Season for Father Brown, one can’t comment on that. We’re unsure if Father Brown will come to Netflix UK at all this Season.

Father Brown is BBC1’s most popular daytime drama, averaging over 2.3 million viewers. It has also been watched in 150 countries.

  1. I am shocked and upset that Father Brown cannot be seen here in Atlanta, GA, USA. With all of the drug wars and sex crimes and just plain filth, it is just unbelievable that we would be unable to view it. It is and has been a positive in my life and I am really upset I will now be unable to watch it.
    Most sincerely, Ginger Mull