God makes viewers reel – what content does ITV show and how many episodes?

Grace is back for a second season and the latest episode has left viewers stunned. The very popular ITV series aired its graphic content in front of the watershed and fans took to social media to share their reactions.

JOHN SIMM as DS Roy Grace and RICHIE CAMPBELL as DS Branson.
Thank goodness season two is airing on ITV

Grace is based on the bestselling books by author Peter James.

Season one was a huge hit for ITV, so it’s no surprise that the channel has taken the lead with its second season just coming out online.

Airing on Sunday, April 24, viewers watch another episode of the thrilling detective drama.

However, many got more than they bargained for, with audiences taking to social media to complain about graphic sexual and violent content within minutes of its broadcast.

The show is still widely loved and here’s everything you need to know about season two.

Why is there such a backlash against Grace?

Grace is based on a series of books by author Peter James and stars John Simm as DS Roy Grace

The second episode of season two featured sexually violent and offensive images within 15 minutes of its broadcast.

Starting at 8pm, which is an hour before the watershed, yielded more profit than they bargained for.

It shows a man hanging while wearing a fetish.

It certainly captured the audience’s attention from the start, but not quite the intention of the presenters.

One Twitter user wrote: “8pm and they showed a hanging man, I always thought such things were shown after 9pm? #Grace @ITV. ”

Another tweeted: “The man hanging from the beam in an ag**p outfit is a far cry from Last of the Summer Wine on a Sunday night in front of the watershed…”

What is Grace?

Thank goodness season two starts directly from where the first chapter left off.

The famed detective is still grieving his wife’s death while his career remains on the knife edge, even though he’s a dedicated and dedicated cop.

However, he frequently clashed with his boss, something that pushed him further and further away from the, um, considerateness of his fellow officers.

Thank god how many episodes?

Thank God season two has three episodes

Season one has only two episodes, though both are feature lengths.

Season two is similar, with only three episodes to compete with.

The third season will air on Sunday, May 1, and will conclude the new season.

Titled Deadly Tomorrow, the plot begins when a body is found on the seabed of the English Channel.

At first it appeared that a sea burial had gone wrong, but a strange incision on the victim quickly indicated something darker.

Soon after, more bodies were found, leading to the involvement of DS Roy Grace of Sussex Police.

Who starred in Grace?

John Simm plays the haunted detective, Roy Grace.

Actor known for his role as DI Sam Tyler on Life On Mars, along with his recent roles in Crime, Cold Courage, Strangers, and Collateral.

He also played The Master in Doctor Who from 2007 to 2017, arguably the greatest enemy of the Lord of time.

In Grace, he stars Richie Campbell, an actor recently seen in Top Boy, Stephen, Small Ax, and Liar.

He played Glenn Branson, Grace’s teammate in the force.

Will there be Grace season three?

ITV has yet to confirm the show’s third season.

However, since it’s based on a book series, it’ll most likely continue into season two and beyond.

There are 19 books overall, with the program only adapting five of them to date.

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