After fifty years of police procedurals on television, it has been revealed that every single person in America has been murdered, except one.
Thanks to one off murders on a variety of shows from Hill Street Blues to NCIS to Chicago PD to Castle,...
Fans of hit TV sleuth show Midsomer Murders are up in arms today as their favourite series seems to have gone missing.
Without a European Champions League match to show in their prime time 8pm to 10pm slot, ITV would normally be expected to screen...
Completely nuts! It doesn't get much better than this.
Just what we want from a TV detective show. Your childhood memories remember the camp old actor who buys it in the opening scenes: the old nutter gets up in the middle of a stormy night, goes up to the roof of his ancestral pile and tries to repair a flag, for crying out loud.
Little wonder that DCI Barnaby is investigating his murder a...
Inspector Clacket entered the village butchers shop.
"Good morning old poy". Greeted the owner, Mr Farquarson Patel. "A what I can do for you this wintery morning?"
Clacket stood by the counter. "I am Inspector Clacket from Causton police, I want to ask you some questions".
The owner, Mr Farquarson Patel, stood silent.
"Did you hear me? I want to ask you some questions" Stated Clacket.
Millions of fans woke up this morning wondering just what had gone wrong with their favourite TV detective show.
The latest episode of Midsomer Murders had plenty of ingredients for a classic - teenage sex, nuns, stolen trousers and stolen silver, a spoiled brat, a rotten Irish accent and a former Carry On starlet.
But it failed to deliver.
Not least because the entire two-hour programme...
John Barnaby returned to our screens in a satisfyingly bonkers episode of Midsomer Murders last night.
It seems an age since Neil Dudgeon first stepped out as the detective chief inspector, but this was only his third outing and it didn't disappoint.
In fact, the only thing missing from the whole experience was Terry Wogan marvelling over the Midsomer craziness on his Radio 2 breakfast show...
David Cameron, popular Prime Minister of the middle right has launched an investigation into the number of suspicious deaths in fictional murder hot-spot Midsummer, with particular emphasis being placed on Tom 'Bergerac' Barnaby and his various comed...
Thames valley police say they are closing the net on the so called Midsomer butcher.
Over the last ten years the sleepy villages in the Midsomer area have been witness to at least one hundred brutal murders. Criminal activity on this scale is rare...
It has been so well advertised - like a hyped movie - that we are not sure what we are to expect from a Midsomer featuring a new DCI.
Well, let's be honest, the opening was inauspicious.
We are asked to believe - as we have never been asked before - that all the locals know Sgt Jones and are suspicious of the new guy.
And this is taking place in a location that is so obvious...
So the day has finally arrived when John Barnaby takes over from his cousin Tom in trying to quell the bloodletting in Midsomer Murders.
Fans throughout the country will settle down tonight to see what kind of a job the new boy can do after 14 ye...
The producer of long running Midsomer Murders has defended the long running ITV series after criticism of its plot lines.
The programme, which first aired in 1997, has been panned by critics for presenting too negative an image of English village...
Midsomer Murders producers have turned to digital technology to alter two of the main characters in a bid to quell the growing row over the lack of ethnic minorities in the programme.
Central character DI John Barnaby's sidekick, DS Ben Jones, is...
Bosses at ITV are "running around like farts in collander" following controversial comments by Midsomer Murders producer Brian True-May.
In an interview with the Radio Times, True-May explained that ethnic minorities were never portrayed in the po...
Millions of viewers will tune in to tonight's Midsomer Murders to watch Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby's final case unaware that a family row has almost wrecked the farewell celebrations.
Barnaby is retiring from Causton CID after umpteen years inves...
Fans of Tom Barnaby were applauding last night as the latest episode of Midsomer Murders included three bodies, angry caricatures and dodgy sexual relationships.
There were concerns after last week's episode, when it took 80 minutes of the two-hou...
So, with a two-week opportunity to reassert itself, Midsomer Murders teases us with two marvellously ridiculous shows before it goes off air again, victim to some European football contest.
But, it was Barnaby himself who suggested why he is soon to make his way into the sunset. Three murders, he admits to his sergeant at the end, were committed "right under my nose."
(Don't worry, he is to...
Iphigenia Fields writes:
This latest episode in the annals of Tom Barnaby's murder investigations has to rate with the absolute best.
A show that has an internationally-renowned piano teacher (James Fox) attempting to preserve his talent gene for the future through incest and two doting daughters as his shield and sword, has to be admired.
We find ourselve asking, however, why Barnaby (Jo...
Fans of TV detective series Midsomer Murders were up in arms last night after they had to wait for more than 80 minutes into the two-hour show for their first body.
Viewers accustomed to murder, mayhem and bodies all over the place in the otherwis...
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