You can't escape the Nordic-noir influence on TV these days. And now Midsomer Murders is at it, heading to Denmark to film its 100th episode, The Killings at Copenhagen, in October.
Where will it end? Through the Keyhole, Nordic-style? The audience is shown the outside of a modern glass building in a remote setting on the edge of a forest. We're taken inside a sparse, open-plan living room where every item of Ikea furniture is arranged at an exact 45-degree angle to the walls. A pile of World of Interiors is displayed on a glass table. We walk up the wooden stairs to find blood seeping from under the bathroom door. We go in to find a woman with her throat cut. The presenter screams: "Oh my God. The