Written by: Nick Houser
Date: January 11, 2017

Ashley Jensen as Agatha Raisin. Photo: Acorn TV.

Ashley Jensen as Agatha Raisin. Photo: Acorn TV.

Agatha Raisin, a London PR whizz seemingly has it all – with money no object, an executive riverside flat, and a career in PR to die for – but her professional achievements have come at an emotional cost. Dreaming of a more peaceful existence away from it all, she opts for early retirement in the Cotswolds, only to find herself immersed in variety of mysteries.

Watch the comedy-drama series based on the novels by M.C. Beaton 6pm Sundays starting on January 22 on WOSU TV.

The Death of Quiche (Pilot) | Sunday, January 22, 2017 at 6pm
Pining for a more peaceful existence in friendlier locales, she leaves London, opting for early retirement in the picturesque idyll of the Cotswolds.

She settles in Carsely – an outwardly sleepy village in scenic surroundings – and attempts to curry favor with the locals, cheating her way into a quiche-making competition with an entry purchased from an urban deli. But the gambit spectacularly backfires when the philandering judge,Major Andy Cummings-Browne, is found poisoned from a killer quiche. Watch Preview.

The Walkers of Dembley | Sunday, January 29, 2017 at 6pm
When militant rambler Jessica Tartinck is found bashed to death in a field, former PR whiz Agatha Raisin is forced to go undercover to get to the bottom of the grisly crime. Watch Preview.

Hell’s Bells | Sunday, February 5, 2017 at 6pm
A rich newcomer to the village, Amanda Ballard, has found little favor among the Carsely locals. And when her body is found hanging from the bell ropes of the church in an apparent suicide, Agatha suspects foul play. Watch Preview

The Wellspring of Death | Sunday, February 12, 2017 at 6pm
A village-wide squabble in Ancombe over the selling of water rights results in the death of Parish Council Chairman Robert Struthers. Agatha, on a PR job for the water company, tries to put the matter out of her mind. But as the body count rises, she finds herself drawn into the fray. Watch Preview.

The Potted Gardener | Sunday, February 19, 2017 at 6pm
Mary Fortune, a seemingly perfect paragon of village life, is found murdered in her own back garden. As shockwaves reverberate through Carsely, a series of bizarre garden sabotages may hold the key to Agatha unlocking the secrets of the murder. Watch Preview.

The Vicious Vet | Sunday, February 26, 2017 at 6pm
Veterinarian cum lothario Paul Bladen has the ladies of Carsely all aflutter with excitement. But when a routine operation results in his death, Agatha once again must uncover the truth behind his untimely demise. Watch Preview.

The Day the Floods Came | Sunday, March 26, 2017 at 6pm
Young bride Kylie Stokes is found dead, her body apparently drowned in a flash flood in the area. But as horrid details surrounding her death come to light, Agatha, who had seen the bride in some dismay on her ‘happy’ day, resolves to crack the case herself.

The Witch of Wyckhadden | Sunday, April 2, 2017 at 6pm
Ditching Carsely for the vast Wyckhadden Hotel to escape personal embarrassment, Agatha finds herself in the centre of another scandal when local ‘witch’ Francie Juddle is discovered bludgeoned to death. Trapped in the area until the matter is resolved, Agatha begins her own investigation.

The Murderous Marriage | Sunday, April 9, 2017 at 6pm
When Agatha’s ex-husband Jimmy Raisin returns to Carsely unannounced, it tests her relationship with James Lacey to its snapping point. And when Jimmy ends up dead in a ditch, Agatha is put in the frame for his murder.


  • Klaus VonNudelman

    At least you guys are treating him with respect. The rest of PBS is disgusting.

    • GGW1970

      You are obviously not watching the same PBS as I am. Every series is fantastic and most well done!

  • grandmasitter

    When does Season 4 start?

    • GGW1970

      June 18, 2017

  • Josephine White

    Miss Fisher’s mysteries are the most well written and beautifully costumed show on television any country, any genre. I am from New Mexico, (not New and Not Mexico,). I watch this show with my grand daughters and we all love Miss Fisher. To end it at season 3 is totally unreasonable. Let’s get the gang back together and protest, write, blog, twitter or what ever to make them do more. I am a month from being 70, so I will write real letters. Jo White, USA.

    • Celia R. Javadi

      I agree.

      Are you the Jo White who put the Mooney family history on the Everything Cherokee website?

  • Donna Steele

    Fishers mysteries, season 3 is over. Bummer. I am waiting for season 4. While I am waiting, how about a repeat of 1, 2, & 3. Doc. Martin, as Time Goes by, and Keeping up Appearance, do it. I would love to watch the repeats.

  • gena4758

    Death in Paradise is my favorite mystery show. It is wonderful. All of the casts they’ve had on have been excellent. I am watching it on Netflix now. I hope none of them every leave and I will be sorry to see Danny John-Jules go also. The first two detective inspectors were also excellent. Great show. Keep it on the air.