Former police officer Alexa Crowe turned in her badge, but her natural skills as an investigator simply can’t keep her away from a crime scene. When the police reach impasses in criminal investigations, they call her.
Crowe offers a much needed outside perspective when it comes to connecting the dots on all manner of murder mysteries. Plus, since she’s officially a civilian, she doesn’t have to do the whole “by the book” thing.
Starring Lucy Lawless, My Life Is Murder offers a new, edgy spin on the time-honored Australian crime procedural. After all, how many murder mysteries do you know starring a former warrior princess?
Here’s everything you need to know to watch My Life Is Murder online.
My Life is Murder cast
- Lucy Lawless as Alexa Crowe
- Bernard Curry as Detective-Inspector Kieran Hussey
- Ebony Vagulans as Madison Feliciano
- Alex Andreas as George Stathopoulos
- Dilruk Jayasinha as Dr. Suresh
- Kate McCartney as Dawn
- Todd River & Elliot Loney as Captain Thunderbolt
What channel is My Life is Murder on?
My Life Is Murder airs on Australian channel Network 10 and is distributed in the U.S. on Acorn TV.
How to watch My Life Is Murder
1) Acorn TV
- Cost: $5.99 a month or $59.99 a year (after 7-day free trial)
- Acorn TV devices: Apple TV, iOS, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Android, Amazon Channels
Nobody does mystery, drama, comedy, or documentaries quite like the folks in the British Commonwealth. Trouble is, getting shows like Line of Duty, Murdoch Mysteries, Keeping Faith, and Doc Martin stateside is rather difficult.
Luckily, streaming service Acorn TV compiles these hard-to-find gems from Britain, Ireland, Australia and beyond in one convenient destination. Plus, like any great streaming service, there are fantastic original series including Agatha Raisin, Loch Ness, Manhunt, and Mystery Road. New shows are added weekly, so there’s always something new to catch once tea time rolls around. Also, it’s the only place to catch episodes of My Life Is Murder.
You can try the service for a week before committing to subscribing. After that, it’s only $5.99 a month or $59.99 if you pay for a year all at once. Best of all, you can even gift a subscription to the Anglophile in your life.
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