Murdoch Mysteries 7 Seasons 2011
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1. All Tattered and Torn The discovery of dismembered body parts encased in a concrete block poses a seemingly impenetrable mystery, but Murdoch chips away at the case.
2. Kommando A dead soldier found hanging from a tree with his head twisted 180 degrees points Murdoch to a secret plot in the Canadian military. The investigation puts the constabulary at odds with the British and Canadian armed forces.
3. Buffalo Shuffle Murdoch reunites with his old flame, Dr. Julia Ogden, in Buffalo, NY, to investigate the death of a young patient. Murdoch's feelings for Julia heat up as do suspicions about one of her colleagues.
4. Downstairs, Upstairs Wealthy patriarch Percival Jenkins is found facedown in a bowl of porridge. Murdoch untangles the web connecting the servants and family members and finds that each has a motive to kill the master of the manor.
5. Monsieur Murdoch The disappearance of a visiting Parisian girl thrusts Murdoch into an odd partnership with French detective Marcel Guillaume. Brackenreid ponders a political career.
6. Dead End Street Murdoch suspects that a detailed miniature streetscape of a Toronto neighborhood contains clues to a homicide. But the artist is an "idiot savant," unable to finger the killer.
7. Confederate Treasure Murdoch's investigation into the murder of a defense minister raises the hackles of the detective's rival, spy Terrence Meyers. Could the inquiry ignite war with the United States?
8. Dial M for Murdoch A phone operator with a penchant for amateur sleuthing claims she overheard the strangulation death of a young woman. Is the wannabe detective crying wolf, or is a real predator on the loose in Toronto?
9. The Black Hand Murdoch's old friend Anna Fulford gets engaged to a New York businessman, but plans for Niagara nuptials come crashing down when Anna's fiancé turns up dead. Murdoch suspects the Black Hand, a ruthless pre-Mafia group.
10. Voices A priest's corpse turns up in a convent overseen by someone closely connected to Murdoch. The detective learns that the victim isn't who he appears to be, and a cloistered nun has divine revelations providing clues to the murder.
11. Bloodlust Toronto or Transylvania? A dead body's dramatic blood loss shines light on a vampire craze among schoolgirls inspired by Bram Stoker's Dracula. Murdoch tracks a fanged suspect, despite the lurid stories in the press and Inspector Brackenreid's disbelief.
12. Kissing Bandit A dashing masked robber steals from banks and gives to the poor a la Robin Hood, but Toronto is no Sherwood Forest. Undaunted by the sensational reporting of Paddy Glynn or the detective's longing for Dr. Ogden, Murdoch doggedly probes the crimes.
13. Murdoch in Wonderland Murdoch steps through the looking glass when he awakens to find he's a suspect in a murder committed during the Alice in Wonderland party. As Dr. Ogden's wedding nears, she faces her own struggle upon learning of Murdoch's feelings for her.
|Starring||Yannick Bisson, Helene Joy|
|Supporting actors||Thomas Craig, Jonny Harris, Lachlan Murdoch, Sarah Gadon, Jonathan Watton, Nigel Bennett, Tamara Gorski, Debra McCabe, Ashley Wright, Terry Jones, Sally Cahill, David Macniven, Mickey MacDonald, Mark MacDonald, Brendan Beiser, Jonathan Hagey, Arwen Humphreys|
|Producers||Paul Aitken, Philip Bedard, Scott Garvie, Laura Harbin, Noel Hedges, Christina Jennings, Shane Kinnear, Larry Lalonde, Jan Peter Meyboom, Stephen Montgomery|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Murdoch has to be one of the best written shows on TV. Of course the writing would be 'dead in the water' if it were not for the exceptional acting. What fantastic characters. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Madeline Long
Just bought season 4! This is an entertaining "steampunk" detective series. We love love the simple "campiness," the sincerity, and the intrigue. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Dragginheart
A mixture of CSI and Bones all set in the late 19th century. It's surprisingly engaging without the overkill of violence and sexual situations.Published 17 days ago by Denise