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‘Agatha Raisin’ Season 3: Acorn TV Dates For Remaining Episodes

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On the Monday before Halloween, Acorn TV dropped the ATV Shows Ace reviewed that the first Series 3 mystery was spooky enough for Halloween, or any other time of the year. In addition, we met one new character, while another is not in Season 3. We now know when Acorn TV is dropping the remaining three Agatha Raisin Season 3 mysteries!

Agatha Raisin & The Haunted House

On October 28, Acorn TV dropped Agatha Raisin & The Haunted HouseTV Shows Ace shared a spoiler-free review for those who were not sure if they should subscribe to the streaming channel. In this first episode, Agatha (Ashley Jensen) has made the bold move! She has started the Agatha Raisin Detective Agency. All of her friends are around to celebrate, including her guy, James (Jamie Glover). But, gal pal Gemma (Katy Wix) has finally found love and has taken off on an extended  camping trip.

Now that Gemma is gone, her cousin, Toni Gilmour (Jodie Tyack), is taking over Gemma’s clients for now. Although housekeeping doesn’t appear to be one of Toni’s talents, she has other skills that may help Agatha’s new business. Can our favorite sleuth solve the case?

So, when can fans of the series based on the M.C. Beaton cozy mysteries see the final three episodes?

Season 3 Drops In February

According to Acorn TV, they will drop the remaining three Agatha Raisin Season 3 mysteries in February 2020. The schedule goes as follows: On February 10, Agatha Raisin & the Deadly Dance. On February 17, Acorn TV will drop Agatha Raisin & the Love from Hell. On February 24, Acorn TV will drop the final Season 3 episode, Agatha Raisin & the Pig That Turned. Each episode is 90-minutes long. The longer episodes allows for plenty of time to watch Agatha’s crazy antics.

Now the million dollar mystery is whether Acorn TV will order a Season 4. Right now, there has been no word. Clearly, this is a very popular series and there does not seem to be an indication that it could be canceled. Acorn TV has become a top popular streaming service for those who love mysteries, such as Midsomer Murders. Hopefully, there will be an announcement soon.

The big news is that both Acorn and BritBox dropped Midsomer Murders Season 21 on December 1. Fans who enjoy Aggie may want to take a deep dive into Midsomer Murders while they wait for the February episodes. Twenty-one seasons means a lot of great mysteries to solve.

Mystery fans, have you streamed Agatha Raisin & The Haunted House? Be sure to check back with TV Shows Ace on the latest British mystery news.

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