Netflix, this (I've now seen four of the first dozen episodes from season one) wonderfully engaging show features hour-long individual mystery stories linked by the titular Miss Fisher, who solves each one rather in the mode that both Pam North (played with utter delight and cockeyed optimism by the lovely Barbara Britton) and Jessica Fletcher (Ms Lansbury's character) managed to do. The major difference is how much has changed in terms of what can now be discussed and shown on prime-time TV in the 60 years since the Norths investigated and the 30 years since Murder, She Wrote came on the scene. Pam and Jerry North would be shocked at the kind of stuff in which Miss Fisher gets herself involved.
Downton Abbey, where there are enough coincidentally overheard conversations to choke the proverbial horse.)
Ruby Rees Wemyss, below) from episode two finds a permanent home with our heroine; and so on.
the first season) with great relish. I suggest you at least give it a sampling (try to watch 2 to 3 episodes before you toss in the towel, as they seem to grow better as they go on).