The show: The award-winning British series follows Rev. Adam Smallbone, an Anglican vicar placed in charge of a dusty London parish, who finds humor in the everyday duties of his calling. Along the way, he reveals some little-known tidbits about the profession, like how vicars prefer funerals over weddings.
The cast and crew: Show co-creator and British thespian Tom Hollander as Rev. Smallbone, with Olivia Colman as his wife.
The status: The show was recently picked up for another season.
What they're saying: "What I'd recommend for those of you who are curious is to let a few episodes build up, then watch them all at once (Hulu is great for this). Once you've done that, the show's rhythms and quiet themes will start to hum to life, and the humor will pop a little bit more, too." -- Todd VanDerWerff, The A.V. Club
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