Upcoming murder mystery series ‘Poker Face’ is promising to be one show Columbo fans should keep an eye on given that it could be the closest thing we’ll ever get to a reboot.
Due to popular demand, and to mark the 50th anniversary of the debut of Columbo’s first season in 1971, a final 50 prints of the original Columbo painting from ‘Murder: A Self Portrait’ are now on sale.
SAINTS BE PRAISED! The 50-year-old Columbo mystery surrounding the identity of the nude model from Suitable for Framing has finally and officially been put to bed!
I like little more than flinging on a Columbo t-shirt and strutting about like a pouter pigeon. If you’re the same, it could be time to visit the Columbophile TeePublic store, which is stocking an expanded range of designs paying homage to the dear Lieutenant.
Exciting news if you love both fine art and Lieutenant Columbo – the last ever limited edition print run of the Columbo painting from Murder, A Self Portrait is available now! Get in quick to avoid a life time of regret…
Good news if you’re a Columbo fan based in the United States – every one of the Lieutenant’s 69 televised adventures is available to view, for free, via on-demand streaming service, Peacock.
Here’s some news that is guaranteed to make the hearts of Columbo fans SING: a panel of experts and enthusiasts have got their heads together to compile a (reasonably) definitive list of the Lieutenant’s greatest moments from his classic era.
Exciting news! Mark Dawidziak’s masterpiece tome The Columbo Phile has been reprinted to mark its 30th anniversary and is available now at a very reasonable price!
Sherlock and Dr Who writer/producer Steven Moffat has clarified his stance on Columbo following an interview in which he revealed he’d failed in a bid to bring the Lieutenant back to screens.
Steven Moffat, creator and writer of hit UK television series Sherlock and Doctor Who, has revealed he failed in a bid to secure the rights to Columbo. Here’s why I think that’s GREAT news!
The response to my call out to fill in a reader survey in February made my heart sing with almost 1500 of you completing it. Here are the some of the key findings and action points.
This blog smashed through the million views landmark at the end of last week – a testament to the enduring love Lieutenant Columbo still garners from all over the world. A huge thanks to you all for your kind words, support and encouragement since launch in 2015.
It’s time to dust off the vintage typewriter and channel your inner Jim Ferris/Abigail Mitchell in a new Columbo writing competition. Intrigued? Then read on!
Legendary Columbo commentator Mark Dawidziak, author of The Columbo Phile book, has published a fine tribute to the show to mark its 50th anniversary. Every fan ought to read it!
There’s barely a Columbo fan alive who doesn’t love the painting of the Lieutenant from Murder, A Self Portrait. And you can now get a print version of it for your own humble home! Hashtag winning!
Despite their near-mythical status, Columbo’s raincoat and shoes from the 70s’ series went unsold at an auction in New York this week after failing to reach the reserve price. Will they ever see the light of day again?
The iconic Columbo raincoat and shoes go under the hammer at an auction this June after failing to find a buyer in November 2017. What will it cost to get your hands on a piece of TV history?
A new Columbo cookery book is out now, packed with recipes from the show or the personal favourites of Peter Falk and many of his legendary co-stars.
Columbo’s raincoat and shoes will go under the hammer at Bonhams in Noo Yoik on 21 November with the iconic combo set to fetch between $80,000-$120,000.
Great news! A new biography of Peter Falk is out now, and should be considered essential reading for all Columbo fans.