Jonathan Creek is an award-winning British mystery crime drama starring Alan Davies and written by David Renwick. The Title character Jonathan Creek is considered a nerd but also a quick-witted genius. He works as a creative consultant to a magician and helps solve mysteries through his keen eye, attention to detail with his talent for logical deduction. The mystery solver creative consultant teams up with an investigative crime writer as his partner to solve mysteries. He has the natural ability to solve puzzles and looks at everything as a piece to the puzzle that needs to be put together. He believes in eliminating the impossible and whatever remains must be the truth.

Still from ‘Jonathan Creek’

In this episode, former film star Jack Holiday is found dead in a locked nuclear bunker with a gun lying next to him, just the day after the journalist Maddie Magellan gets a man released from prison after serving nine years for the murder of Jack’s wife, she believes he did not commit. Investigators insist that no one could have gotten in or out of the bunker once the door was locked from inside. Those close to Jack insist it isn’t a suicide as he was very weak and with arthritis that it wasn’t possible for him to even lock the huge door himself, let alone pull the trigger on the gun.

This episode of Jonathan Creek is airing on Drama Channel on FilmOn TV tonight at 20:00pm GMT. It can be viewed then or recorded and watched later.

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