Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries is one of the most lavish and endearing costume dramas on Australian television, and it’s been a delight to look forward to a new episode every Friday night (only three left now—sad face anyone?), considering I hardly stay committed to watching live TV. It owes its popularity to a strong cast with great chemistry, slightly absurd but charming murder plots with a touch of Christie grandeur, meticulous set and costume designs and that quintessential Australian-ness. 1920s Melbourne has never looked classier.
And then there is the fabulous music.