Midsomer Murders season 20
Country: United Kingdom
TV channel: ITV
Original release: March 23, 1997 – present
About TV show Midsomer Murders season 20
Based on the novels of British author Caroline Graham crime series plays in the idyllic county of Midsomer. By the end of the 13th season, the investigation of Inspector Tom Barnaby (John Nettles) and his assistants will be the focus. This is Barnaby to the sixth season Seargant Gavin Troy (Daniel Casey) aside, later identified first by Dan Scott (John Hopkins) and then Ben Jones (Jason Hughes) together with the Inspector. Barnaby's wife Joyce (Jane Wymark) does not have it easy either, she rarely gets to see her husband, who always works with a steady hand.
From Season 14 onwards, Inspector John Barnaby (Neil Dudgeon), who was previously co-starred by Tom Barnaby, will take over the baton of his relative. Pathologist dr. George Bullard (Barry Jackson) will be replaced during the season by Dr. Ing. Kate Wilding (Tamzin Malleson) replaced.
Midsomer Murders is a British crime film television series that deals with the cases of the Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby or from the 14th season of his cousin John Barnaby. While the first episodes are based on the novels of bestselling author Caroline Graham, who also wrote the script for Death of a Hollow Man, the series was later continued with new stories from the fictional county of Midsomer. Locations were villages from various English counties, including Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.