You can’t beat a good Columbo ‘gotcha’, but not every episode packs a punch when it matters most. Here I consider the 10 least satisfying Columbo gotchas of the 70s. What do YOU think?
Columbo confronts one of his idols as he crosses wits with former silver screen siren Nora Chandler in Requiem for a Falling Star. A high-profile case, then, but what are its highest highs? My thoughts right here…
As a show, Columbo was notable for showcasing the skills of mature women – a demographic all too often overlooked and underrepresented on the small and large screen. Here are 13 awesome examples of that from leading ladies aged 45+.
You want absolutely unscientific predictions on which Columbo killers would’ve been found guilty in court? You got ’em right here!
Former US prosecutor Rich Weill gives some expert insight on what would need to happen in court for Columbo’s cases to conclude with a conviction of guilt.
January 21, 1973 marked the return of Columbo to screens after a two-month winter break. He was back in LA and hanging out with Tinseltown legend Nora Chandler on the Universal lot. But is Requiem for a Falling Star a comeback of epic proportions, or a straight to VHS bargain bucket affair? Read on!
With party season now well and truly upon us, what better time to turn our attentions to one of life’s most important questions: who would make your guest list for a fantasy Columbo dinner party?
Considering the Columbo victims who really didn’t deserve their grisly fates, and whose on-screen demise leaves the viewers dabbing their eyes with their hankies…
Columbo has bested some of he greatest criminal minds of his generation. But beyond that, he’s also brought down some of America’s highest profile and most-loved personalities. Here I consider what would rank as his most sensational cases.