Midsomer Murders, one of the longest-running British detective series, returns to public TV stations next month with more murders and mysteries in its eleventh series.
The body count will rise even higher in the deadliest (fictional) county in England, when Midsomer Murders returns with its eighteenth (count ’em) series.
More murders and mysteries are in the offing this month, when the tenth season of the ever-popular Midsomer Murders makes its US broadcast debut on public TV stations.
Hello June, the month that practically every US Brit TV fan has been waiting for, given the premieres of several highly-anticipated new series and the return of many viewer favorites.
Midsomer maintains its reign as the deadliest (fictional) county in England when the hit mystery series, Midsomer Murders, returns to the US with its seventeenth series.
Cue the creepy theremin music, because the worldwide hit Brit mystery, Midsomer Murders, is returning for its eighteenth outing.
Hey, Midsomer fans! There’s gonna be a whole lotta Nettles going on, starting in a few days, courtesy of public TV stations. As in more Midsomer Murders, encore screenings of a behind-the-scenes documentary, plus exclusive video clips featuring John Nettles.
Following up on Part 1 about our favorite 2014 Brit TV debuts, we look today at the programs that returned to this side of the pond with their second, third, etc. seasons.
Fans of Midsomer Murders have much to look forward to when Series 16 of the hit Brit mystery drama debuts in the US next month, including a new sidekick, a new Barnaby, and the milestone 100th episode.
Winners of the Crime Writers’ Association’s Specsavers Crime Thriller Awards 2014 have been announced, and they include actress Keeley Hawes and drama Happy Valley.