Grace is the latest ITV drama starring John Simm, and is based on the bestselling crime novels by Peter James. Here's how to watch Grace online anywhere in the world.
The series focuses on DS Roy Grace (John Simm), a detective based in Brighton. He is haunted by the disappearance of his wife Sandy, who vanished into thin air on his birthday six years ago. The first episode is two hours long and focuses on his career, which is hanging by a thread by the time we meet him. He teams up with DS Glenn Branson (Richie Campbell) to solve the disappearance of a Brighton property developer, who went missing after a stag night.
How to watch Grace online free with ITV Hub in the UK
Grace is available on ITV's on demand service ITV Hub. The first episode is available now, following its broadcast on TV on Sunday at 8pm. ITV Hub is free, but you can pay for an ad-free version if you would prefer that.
How to watch Grace online from anywhere in the world
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