Season Four of Grantchester was full of big changes. From the departure of fan-favorite Sidney Chambers (James Norton) and the entrance of the edgy Will Davenport (Tom Brittney) to an absolutely wild season finale (ICYMI, it’s still available to stream on Passport), the WGBH Drama Club had a lot to talk about in the off-season.

But the wait is almost over, fellow fans! The latest season of our favorite cop and clergy crime fighting show kicks off on Sunday, June 14 at 9pm with all of the tantalizing perfidiousness that one could hope for. Here are five things we’re looking forward to in Grantchester, Season Five:

1. Learning more about Will.
While we were introduced to Will last season, there is still more to learn about his backstory and personality. This season gives us the perfect opportunity to dig into his past even more, with what looks like plenty of on-screen time between him and his mother, Amelia, played by the amazing Jemma Redgrave.

2. Jumping forward a year.
The new season starts a year after season four left off. This quick move forward in the timeline allows us to drop right in on seeing how Will’s been getting along in the town and parish — and with Geordie!

Will Davenport, Grantchester Season 4
MASTERPIECE Mystery! Grantchester, Season 4 Sundays, July 14 - August 11, 2019 Episode Three Sunday, July 28, 2019; 9:00 - 10:00pm ET When a child from an isolated farming family is accused of murder, Will is the only one able to reach him and it brings out unexpected sides of the young vicar—shocking Geordie. Pictured: Tom Brittney as Will Davenport For ediorial use only. Courtesy of Kudos and MASTERPIECE

3. Visiting the Britain of 1957.
1957 was a time of continuing economic boom after World War II. In fact, England was doing so well, the newest prime minister, Harold MacMillian told Brits that they had “never had it so good!” We're looking forward to seeing how this time of prosperity plays out on screen.

4. Getting more of a 1960s vibe.
This season features products and plotlines that audiences tend to associate with the 60s: Teddy boys, LSD, and greater equality for women all start coming to the fore.

5. Meeting some new faces.
This season will introduce four new characters: Elle Harding (Lauren Carse), an investigative journalist who runs alongside — and cross purposes to — Geordie and Will. Joining her is Cathy’s Mother — Geordie’s Mother-in-law — Diana (Paula Wilcox); Vic Morgan (Ross Boatman), the proprietor of Will’s boxing gym; and Matthew Butler (Jim Caesar), a troubled youth in whom Will takes a special interest.

Grantchester, Season Five begins this Sunday and will be available on WGBH Passport immediately following the premiere. Enjoy!