Various murders occur in the fictional English suburb of Middleford, located outside of London. Detective Inspector Kate Ashurst (Ash) and Detective Sergeant Emma Scribbins (Scribbs) are assigned to solving these crimes. The team claims the cases are usually because of love or money.
Ash and Scribbs do well on their crime solving but both have been unlucky in love. The men don’t want to date detectives or they get tired of their one-note conversations. The cases are interesting and not that easy to solve by viewers. There is more humor and less body count in this series than some of the other British crime shows. They didn’t make me fell stressed and with situations still sticking in my mind!! 3 1/2* (I liked this series)
60 min each episode, Crime created by Nick Collins with Caroline Catz, Lisa Faulkner, Jeremy Sheffield, Glen Davies, Stuart Nurse.
Note: Imdb 7.2 out of 10, Amazon 3.8* out of 5* with 177 reviews.
Special Note: Filmed in Borehamwood and St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, UK. Catz and Faulkner considered swapping their characters. Compared to the US, the UK doesn’t have as many murders and the officers don't carry guns unless needed for a special operation. Usually a large team is on the case and led by senior police officers.