Midsomer Murders Season 22

Midsomer Murders Season 22: Nick Hendrix (Jamie Winter) Leaving The Show? More Details

The detective drama that first released in 1997 has completed 21 seasons. Now, it’s time we start wondering what would be happening to Midsomer Murders Season 22. The show is still airing in the U.K. so, it is too early to think of the show is renewed. But, just for the information, it isn’t. But with the kind of popularity the show has, we don’t have any doubts that we would get more. The fans are sure that Midsomer Murders Season 22 is happening. With that in mind, there are some speculations about what could happen. Rumors say that our favorite inspector, Jamie Winter, is going away, but is he? Here’s everything about it and more- 

Midsomer Murder Season 22: Nick Hendrix Leaving The Show? 

In 2016, when the nineteenth season of the show released, Nick Hendrix joined the show to portray detective Sergeant Jamie Winter, the regular sergeant on Midsomer Murder. He worked with DCI John Barnaby, played by Neil Dudgeon. Now, the actor has spoken about his character Jamie Winter. Is he leaving? 

Midsomer Murders Season 22

In an interview with Radio Times, Nick revealed about the future of his character on the show. He says he did not have any plans to follow Neil Dudgeon and the previous inspector, Tom Barnaby (John Nettles). Both of them have had long careers on the show, with ten and fourteen years respectively. 

Nick Calls The Cast A Family!

Nick said that he doesn’t think that. People go after some time. He explained that he came in for only ten minutes, and then there’s someone who has been here for 20 minutes. But as of now, Nick is not leaving soon. He stated that he has no intentions and will go on with the show as long as he is having fun in doing it. The actor added that he has many aspirations other than being on the show. So, it’s not his plan to stay in one job and do it for a very long time. But, he just finds turning this job down very hard. So, like each year, he is just going on with the flow. 

Midsomer Murders Season 22

The fun he has on the show is what keeps him hooked. Nick says that he genuinely enjoys doing the job. In fact, he says Midsomer is warm and friendly, and everyone there is sort of cozy and a family. So, the energy keeps him going. The people are lovely, and Nick goes on well with Neil so, he enjoys working alongside him. 

What Has Happened So Far? 

The twenty-first season of the Midsomer murders takes on four gruesome homicides. The first episode, The Point of Balance, saw the residents of Midsomer being excited about the arrival of the annual Paramount Dance Extravaganza. However, there is a shrouded web of feuds and passions behind the smile. When desire started destroying everything, Barnaby and Winter stepped up to save everything and everyone. 

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The next episode- The Miniature Murders take on a weird amalgamation of a miniature dollhouse and real house. An inventive real estate agent Alexander Beauvoisin gets killed infront of crowd when he comes in at an event organized for launching a new dollhouse collection at the Midsomer Museum. 

Weird Mysteries In Episode 3 & 4

The third episode- The Sting of Death: The Deddinftons’ featured a successful bee business of the village of Granville Norton. However, it looks like the residents will do anything to get their name on the map. 

Midsomer Murders Season 22

Then in the last episode- Episode four- ‘With Baited Breath,’ we got to see a huge group of villagers who have gathered in Solomon Gorge village. They have come in to catch a giant fish. Everybody believed that the fish lives in the lake. However, all plans fail when many sportspersons come to the place to partake in the mud run. 

Midsomer Murders Season 22 would take on new mysteries and murders too. That will indeed ensure suspense and entertainment in our lives. We will keep updating this space with all the news as we get. So, you stay tuned with us. 

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