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Mystery writer and amateur detective Jessica Fletcher - a down-to-earth, middle-aged widow - ferrets out the criminals in idyllic Cabot Cove, Maine, which apparently is the murder capital of the United States for the show's 12-season run. Though while traveling, she uncovers a fair number of killers as well.

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aired 2 days ago
Murder ends a tycoon's (James Coco) plan to have Jessica design a house of horrors for one of his theme parks.
aired 2 days ago
Jessica helps clear her neighbor (Van Johnson), an eccentric suspected of murdering with one of his inventions.
aired 3 days ago
Jessica sets out to prove her secretary isn't a murder suspect.
aired 3 days ago
Jessica delves into two investigations when both her wealthy Southern cousin and his daughter die mysteriously.
aired 4 days ago
Jessica is suspected of a producer's murder after people hear her threatening to stop the victim from filming her new novel.
aired 4 days ago
Jessica travels to San Francisco for a family wedding and discovers that the groom (Jeff Conaway) faces a murder charge.
aired 5 days ago
A financier (Howard Duff), reportedly swept overboard during a hurricane, turns up in Jessica's yard disguised as a handyman.
aired 6 days ago
With her first hit mystery, Maine widow Jessica Fletcher makes a promotional trip to New York, and becomes involved in a murder at a publisher's costume bash.
aired 6 days ago
Newly successful mystery writer J.B. Fletcher gets involved in a murder at a New York publisher's costume bash.
aired 7 days ago
After a San Francisco radio station changes its music format from classical to rock, the promoter who engineered the switch dies and Jessica searches for the killer.
aired 7 days ago
While Jessica is in Atlanta to address mystery writers, a lethal virus is stolen from the Biological Research Institute.
aired 8 days ago
When a young man dies in a motorcycle crash, and a local attorney is murdered, Jessica looks for links between the two seemingly unrelated deaths.
aired 8 days ago
Jessica investigates when a wealthy yachtsman is murdered two days before a big race, and his rival's daughter is charged with the crime.
aired 9 days ago
Jessica travels to Australia to prove that she is the rightful heir to 130,000 acres of grazing land, but her arrival results in two murders.
aired 9 days ago
Jessica has to solve two murders to clear the name of her old friend Deputy Andy Broom (Louis Herthum), who becomes a suspect when a murder weapon is found in his car.
aired 10 days ago
A vacation in the Grand Tetons turns into work when the man threatening Jessica's host with blackmail is murdered.
aired 10 days ago
After Jessica's short story for children becomes a television puppet show, she must find the fiend who used one of the puppets as a murder weapon.
aired 11 days ago
When the producer of a hit twenty-something series is murdered, Jessica does some directing of her own.
aired 11 days ago
Details in a manuscript convince a young editor (Tracy Middendorf) that the author (Richard Beymer) kidnapped her 11 years earlier, but when the author is found dead, the editor becomes the primary suspect.
aired 12 days ago
Seth Hazlitt's benefit concert to save the woods near Cabot Cove is endangered when the lead singer is permanently silenced.
aired 13 days ago
Jessica works hard to get her friend's (Tony Plana) Latino band a recording contract, until a murder rocks her plans.

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