Who is the greatest TV detective of all time?

Columbo, Bergerac or Jessica Fletcher? Have your say on the best sleuth on the box.

Alibi's Frankie Drake Mysteries premiered on this week, serving up a fresh slice of detective drama on Tuesday nights for BT TV viewers.

Starring Lauren Lee Smith as the first female detective in 1920s Toronto, the series is a must-watch for any crime drama fanatics.

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But who truly is the greatest TV detective of all time? It's a competitive field, ranging from Agatha Christie's old favourites Poirot and Miss Marple to modern favourites like Benedict Cumberbatch's take on Sherlock.

Do you like ITV's big hitters like Morse and Frost or US super sleuths like Columbo and Murder She Wrote's Jessica Fletcher. It's time to decide once and for all, who is the top dog when it comes to sniffing out suspects and casting aside red herrings.

Vote in our poll below and have your say on the best TV detective of all time.

The Frankie Drake Mysteries airs Tuesdays at 9pm on Alibi. Catch up now on the BT Player.

Alibi is one of 60 premium channels available on BT TV along with other channels such as E!, Comedy Central, National Geographic and many more.

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