Midsomer Murders.

Midsomer Murders

Based on the crime-novel series by author Caroline Graham, "Midsomer Murders" follows the efforts of Detective Chief Inspector John Barnaby to solve crimes that occur in the wealthy, isolated English county of Midsomer, a picturesque and peaceful place on the outside but one filled with amoral and snobbish eccentrics with all kinds of vices. His latest assistant is Detective Sergeant Jamie Winter. DCI Barnaby took over in series 14, replacing his older cousin, Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby, who retired.

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UPCOMING EPISODES

Thu, 1/20 at 8:30 pm America/Chicago on Austin PBS HDTV

Crime and Punishment: Part 1

The murder of butcher Angus Colton, who is found dead inside the meat freezer of his butcher's shop in the village of Bleakridge, leads Barnaby and Winter into the heart of the Bleakridge Watch.

Thu, 1/20 at 9:15 pm America/Chicago on Austin PBS HDTV

Crime and Punishment, Part 2

The murder of butcher Angus Colton, who is found dead inside the meat freezer of his butcher's shop in the village of Bleakridge, leads Barnaby and Winter into the heart of the Bleakridge Watch.

Fri, 1/21 at 12:00 am America/Chicago on Austin PBS HDTV

Crime and Punishment: Part 1

The murder of butcher Angus Colton, who is found dead inside the meat freezer of his butcher's shop in the village of Bleakridge, leads Barnaby and Winter into the heart of the Bleakridge Watch.

Fri, 1/21 at 12:45 am America/Chicago on Austin PBS HDTV

Crime and Punishment, Part 2

The murder of butcher Angus Colton, who is found dead inside the meat freezer of his butcher's shop in the village of Bleakridge, leads Barnaby and Winter into the heart of the Bleakridge Watch.

Thu, 1/27 at 8:30 pm America/Chicago on Austin PBS HDTV

Barnaby and Winter investigate the death of a star cricketer during a tournament, and whether dislike of a cricket format was the motive for murder.

Thu, 1/27 at 9:15 pm America/Chicago on Austin PBS HDTV

Last Man Out: Part 2

Tensions run high in Lower Pampling as a new type of cricket, the C-10, threatens a century of tradition.