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Doc Martin Season 7

For all you Doc Martin fans, filming season 7 has started! So what's in store for us?
Happy days, Port Isaac, the beautiful Cornish village welcomes Doc Martin (Martin Clunes) and company back for another fun-filled season.

The village is called Portwenn, and most interior scenes are filmed in a converted barn. The first season aired in 2004 claiming an average 9 million viewers.

The last series ended in 2013 when Louisa decided to take their son James Henry to Spain to live with her mother in Spain while trying to work out their problems.

Martin Clunes said: “I’m thrilled to be back on the beautiful north Cornish coast to shoot series seven of Doc Martin. The Doc has some serious work to do if he is going to persuade Louisa to come back.”

Doc Martin Series 6: Episode 8 Promo courtesy of Acorn TV.

Returning to Doc Martin, we have Ian McNeice, who plays restaurateur Bert Large, Joe Absolom, as his son Al and John Marquez the outlandish local police officer PC Joe Penhale, who let's face it, creates more problems than he solves as he attempts to impress law and order into the community.

In the new series, he is getting to grips with a newly issued Taser gun, with no doubt hilarious consequences.

The wonderful Dame Eileen Atkins will again play Doc Martin’s grounded Aunt Ruth. Jessica Ransom also returns as receptionist Morwenna Newcross, who is looking for a pay rise for trying to keep the doctor in line.

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