I don't watch much TV - just get dvd out of library for series or borrow them off friends. Ms fxh watched Dexter series - I couldn't get into it at all. Watched the "original:" Killing series on DVD, great, alos the original swedish Wallander series.
For clothes you cant beat Max & 99 on dvd - you can pause and go back and zoom on clothes etc, MidSommers Murders is great for sticking to the original UK meaning/signals/signifiers of clothes and indicating character plot etc. by clothing. Theres a great episode where whatsisname the main bloke goes to a the tailor. Inspector George Gently is an underrated series - and good for clothes - set at the changes in society in the 60s it confronts social issues, such as abortion, changing womens issues, in an intelligent and entertaining way - Gently himself dresses well if conservative and his youthful sidekick is a Mod for want of a better description. The characters are against type as Gently is progressive whilst his youthful mate is a conservative both big C and small c.
Hahaha, FXH showing his youth. Nothing beats ABC on a Saturday night.
I thought my parents were the only ones that watched George G and Midsomer Murders. I guess I was wrong.