FILMING for hit ITV drama Grace is coming to an end this week, it has been revealed.

Crews have been spotted in several locations across Sussex over the last few months and are wrapping up filming for the second series this week.

In a tweet, Grace producer Kiaran Murray-Smith made the announcement and thanked author Peter James.

He said: "Last week of filming for this series of #Grace #NotDeadEnough #DeadMansFootsteps #DeadTomorrow with @Cparks1976 @Brad_D_Morrison @lauraelph @richkidcampbell @RakieAyola #JohnSimm. Great scripts and fab locations all in and around #Brighton. Thank you @peterjamesuk! @itvstudios".

Pictures show the cast and crew in various areas of Brighton including outside Small Batch Coffee in Jubilee Street and the pier.

Grace is an adaption of Sussex author Peter James’ international bestselling book Dead Simple.

The second series of the show, starring John Simm, comes after the huge success of the first.

Alongside Simm, Richie Campbell and Line of Duty star Craig Parkinson have also been seen filming.

It will be three 120-minute films - Not Dead Enough, Dead Man’s Footsteps and Dead Tomorrow.

The film crews have been spotted all over Sussex since the summer and last week they were spotted at the Riddle and Finns restaurant on the seafront.

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