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Murdoch Mysteries: Season 6 [Blu-ray]
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“A terrific procedural police drama” —The Philadelphia Inquirer
Broadcast as The Artful Detective on Ovation
Based on novels by Maureen Jennings.
“So deftly done, it’s a little masterpiece of tone and style.” —The Globe and Mail (Canada)
At the dawn of the 20th century, Detective William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson, Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye) solves Toronto’s trickiest cases with scientific insight and ingenuity in this award-winning mystery series. From flying early aircraft to infiltrating nudist communities, consulting with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to helping a young Winston Churchill, Murdoch has always been a man ahead of his time. In Season 6, he also confronts legal and social challenges to be with his love, pathologist-turned-psychiatrist Dr. Julia Ogden (Gemini® winner Hélène Joy, Durham County). Meanwhile, Constable Crabtree (Jonny Harris, Hatching, Matching & Dispatching) gains confidence as a policeman and a suitor to fetching coroner Dr. Emily Grace (Georgina Reilly, The L.A. Complex).
Guest stars include Peter Keleghan (The Red Green Show), Thomas Howes (Downton Abbey), Geraint Wyn Davies (24, Slings & Arrows), Matthew Bennett (Battlestar Galactica), Paula Brancati (Degrassi: The Next Generation, Being Erica), and Sheila McCarthy (Little Mosque on the Prairie).
Episode 5 contains mild nudity.
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Older episodes are combined in a box catch-up set.
Murdoch Mysteries Collection: Seasons 1-4
Season 6 views a stand-alone, but you DO WANT every episode.
Yannick Bisson's leading role is rejoined with his boss, Brackenreid (Thomas Craig), Crabtree (Jonny Harris), Dr. Ogden (Helen Joy), Higgins (Lachlan Murdoch), & sexy Dr. Grace (Georgina Reilly).
SDH SUBTITLES for all episodes.
- 1: Murdoch Air
Murdoch takes another look at flying machines after an unusual accident. See Peter Stebbings.
- 2: Winston's Lost Night
Winston Churchill (Thomas Howes- Downton Abbey) can't be a murderer, can he?
- 3: Murdoch on the Corner
Murdoch stakes out a crime scene and while Crabtree tries undercover work.
- 4: A Study in Sherlock
Sherlock Holmes (Andrew Gower- Monroe) helps with clues. Murdoch checks out Holmes and the clues.
- 5: Murdoch Au Naturel
A body from a nearby nudist colony. Expect Crabtree to be embarrassed with this `undercover' inquiry. A divorce? Who? The reason for DVD's box nudity warning.
- 6: Murdoch and the Cloud of Doom
Film & a gas threat sends Murdoch to a chemist for help in saving Toronto.
- 7: The Ghost of Queen's Park
Crabtree tries to help when ghosts could be the culprit. Boo!Read more ›
Murdoch Mysteries is set in Toronto, which for most U.S. viewers will be the equivalent of another planet, but this isn't "alienating" at all - the time period is familiar enough that the location could be Any City in the Victorian Era. Better yet, this series is Mom-safe: the humor doesn't go near the toilet (though it often finds its way into the morgue) and the modernizing values are cloaked in old-fashioned courtesy. In fact, I bought this series for my Mom for Christmas, and I know she's going to love it. Yet there's plenty for younger demographics to enjoy, from clockpunk gadgets to shipping favorite couples. (Though I must admit that the show occasionally teeters into rather awkward fan service on the shipping front - I'd rather see the passionate kiss than Constable Crabtree musing on when those crazy kids will get together.) Also, there is enough "angst" and outright depressing turns of events to enthrall the moodiest of Millennials. What more can the sick-of-reality-TV jaded American TV watcher ask?Read more ›
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I'm still ticked off Amazon took this series off Prime - but I'm buying it as it is so good. The first segment of this series is a scream - unrealistic but a hell of a laugh. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Bill B.
This is one of the best shows ever. Intelligent, creative, historical, scientific, empowering, romantic, and funny. It has it all.Published 2 months ago by Kevin McGrath