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In March 2011, the series' producer, Brian True-May, was suspended by All3Media after telling the TV listings magazine Radio Times that the programme did not have any non-white characters, because the series was a "bastion of Englishness." When challenged about the term "Englishness" and whether that would exclude different ethnic minorities, True-May responded: "Well, it should do, and maybe I'm not politically correct." He later went on to say that he wanted to make a programme "that appeals to a certain audience, which seems to succeed." True-May's comments were investigated by the production company.though an Asian character had previously appeared in "Orchis Fatalis".In February 2016, it was announced that there would be a 19th series, consisting of six episodes.
When Mrs Barnaby proposed they move out of Causton and suggested various villages, her husband countered with recollections of particularly grisly murders that occurred in each community. Dan Scott asked if the body count was, "always this high around here, sir?
"; Barnaby replied, "It has been remarked upon." Humour is a main feature of the series, with many of the actors playing up their high-camp characters.
There is often black comedy, such as a woman being murdered with a wheel of cheese, and many scenes are examples of "dramedy" (comic drama or dramatic comedy); according to Radio Times when describing the episode Death and the Divas (series 15, episode 4): 'Midsomer Murders never takes itself too seriously but here it’s got its tongue so far into its cheek, it hurts.' in all—several scenes are filmed at location in central Copenhagen, like Rådhuspladsen ("the City Hall Square", Nyhavn), "New Port" with its canal and old colourful houses, a Danish countryside church, and at the circular square inside the Copenhagen Police headquarters building The murder in Copenhagen is one of two within the entire series (until episode 106, at least) where a murder takes place outside the fictive County of Midsomer, the other being in Brighton where Inspector John Barnaby (Neil Dudgeon) is introduced.
In Italy, the series is dubbed and presented as "L'ispettore Barnaby".
In Finland, the series is broadcast by the public broadcaster Yle TV1 under the title Midsomerin murhat.