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Barnaby (Neil Dudgeon) and new partner DS Jamie Winter (Nick Hendrix, The Crown) face a new raft of bizarre crimes and criminals: a star cricketer dies during a tournament, a village- watch patrol member dies, someone is murdered during the reopening of a ghost village, and a body is found covered in live rabbits. Includes four cases: The Village that Rose from the Dead, Crime and Punishment, Last Man Out and of Note.
The Village that Rose from the Dead
Barnaby and his new sergeant, DS Jamie Winter, investigate the death of a man after a party celebrating the reopening of an abandoned village.
Crime and Punishment
The bludgeoning death of Bleakridge's butcher points to a series of robberies the victim had been investigating.
Last Man Out
When a star cricket player is murdered, Barnaby and Winter's investigation leads them to a surprising person—Barnaby's former sergeant Ben Jones.
Red in Tooth and Claw
At the annual Bellville Hall Small Pet Show, a local estate agent is found stabbed to death amid a herd of rabbits.
Of Note: Unlike with most of the previous series, the UK broadcaster of Midsomer Murders has chosen to break up the 19th installment. Episodes 1-4 aired in the UK from mid-December 2016 thru mid-January 2017. Episodes 5 and 6 have yet to be scheduled but won't air in the UK until late 2017.