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Murdoch Mysteries

Seasons: 12
Episodes: 189
User ratings: 8,334
Average rating: 8.1

Crime, Drama, Mystery

In the 1890s, William Murdoch uses radical forensic techniques for the time, including fingerprinting and trace evidence, to solve some of the city's most gruesome murders.

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There is disagreement whether Toronto should continue with Edison's DC system or Nikola Tesla's AC system, differences that seemingly result in murder.
User ratings: 269
Average rating: 7.8
The Glass Ceiling
A vicious criminal, known for his deadly use of a stiletto may have escaped from jail to revenge himself on those public servants that helped convict him.
User ratings: 223
Average rating: 7.7
The Knockdown
Black professional boxer Amos Robinson is supposed to throw a fight to a local Tornto favorite but knocks him out instead and is murdered before the night is out.
User ratings: 211
Average rating: 7.7
Elementary, My Dear Murdoch
Murdoch accompanies Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who is in Toronto on lecture tour for spiritualism, to a local clairvoyant who leads them to a freshly buried murder victim.
User ratings: 213
Average rating: 7.9
'Til Death Do Us Part
After the heir to a profitable business is murdered in church only minutes before his marriage of convenience, a post-mortem discloses he had recently engaged in sexual activity.
User ratings: 209
Average rating: 7.7
Let Loose the Dogs
One of the conspirators running a fixed dog fighting competition is murdered and the drunkard who is the prime suspect happens to be Murdoch's estranged father.
User ratings: 181
Average rating: 7.7
Body Double
During a performance of "Macbeth" in a venerable Toronto theater, a desiccated body breaks through the floor and lands with a chandelier just missing Lady Macbeth.
User ratings: 185
Average rating: 8.0
Still Waters
The affluent and influential young man who recently replaced one of the rowers for the 1896 Olympic rowing team is found drowned in the river.
User ratings: 190
Average rating: 7.9
Belly Speaker
When a drunken, philandering wastrel is found dead in his room, having had varnish forced down in his throat, his estranged disturbed ventriloquist son is found in a wardrobe.
User ratings: 183
Average rating: 8.0
Child's Play
Howard Rookwood is murdered in the horse stables of his glue factory, but who would want to kill a humanitarian involved with placing troubled English youth in foster homes?
User ratings: 177
Average rating: 8.0
Bad Medicine
After a research physician of brain abnormalities is murdered with a crossbow, Murdoch traces the hooded killer to the patients of his institute.
User ratings: 175
Average rating: 7.9
The Prince and the Rebel
Prince Alfred, grandson of Queen Victoria, is visiting Toronto and Murdoch is assigned to protect the reckless playboy from Fenian conspiracy.
User ratings: 182
Average rating: 8.1
The Annoying Red Planet
Murdoch investigate the hanging of a farmer found in a freshly plowed field with no footprints around it. Crabtree suspects extraterrestrial involvement.
User ratings: 184
Average rating: 8.2
Mild Mild West
Buffalo Bill Cody pulls into town with his roadshow. Murder happens during the show and it's up to Murdoch and the team to solve it.
User ratings: 187
Average rating: 8.0
Snakes and Ladders
Murdoch faces a serial killer-could he be Jack the Ripper?
User ratings: 177
Average rating: 8.2
Dinosaur Fever
A geologist turned paleontologist has found a rare femur from an Albertosaurus, but when he unveils it, a mummified body is found in the mouth of another dinosaur skeleton.
User ratings: 173
Average rating: 7.9
Houdini Whodunit
A youthful Harry Houdini becomes the chief suspect when the bank adjoining his theater is robbed, but he ultimately helps Murdoch find the culprit.
User ratings: 182
Average rating: 8.4
The Green Muse
When a very popular prostitute specializing in kinky sex is found garroted and and the bordello survives an arson attempt, Murdoch looks on her clients for a suspect.
User ratings: 181
Average rating: 8.0
Shades of Grey
A young woman's body is found in a drainage ditch clad in only a bracelet, showing signs of having undergone an abortion, and totally drained of blood.
User ratings: 183
Average rating: 8.1
Big Murder on Campus
A university professor from England is shot in the head through his window either looking at a comet or being a voyeur with a beautiful coed.
User ratings: 176
Average rating: 8.3
I, Murdoch
A young boy witnesses what sounds like a robot and men with guns near the creek where he was fishing, but no one at the precinct quite believes him.
User ratings: 167
Average rating: 8.0
After the owner of a French restaurant is found with his own pickled finger in his mouth, Crabtree fills in for an injured Murdoch to solve the crime.
User ratings: 172
Average rating: 8.2
A mysterious on-line predator romances other telegraphers, bilks them out of money, and ultimately murders one of his dalliances.
User ratings: 163
Average rating: 8.1
Let Us Ask the Maiden
When a young Jewish man dies suddenly during prayers, Dr. Ogden suspects arsenic poisoning and concludes that others may be falling victim to a poisoner.
User ratings: 152
Average rating: 8.0
Six men who participated in hunting trip are being killed by an animal who tears their throats out like a wolf.
User ratings: 161
Average rating: 8.0
Anything You Can Do
A Canadian Mountie from British Columbia insinuates himself into a Toronto homicide because he believes it is related to another case, much to Murdoch's chagrin.
User ratings: 172
Average rating: 8.3
The Murdoch Identity
Murdoch finds himself an amnesiac in Britain with professional killers trying to find out what he knows about an upcoming assassination but he can't remember.
User ratings: 187
Average rating: 8.6
The Great Wall
Murdoch is assigned to an adjacent station house when one of their officers is found murdered in Toronto's Chinatown, his theories on the crime come under question.
User ratings: 166
Average rating: 8.4
Victor, Victorian
Det. Murdoch is called in to the local Masonic Lodge when a new initiate, a young accountant named Victor, dies during the initiation ceremony. It has all of the appearance of poisoning but Dr. Ogden's examination of the deceased reveals something far more interesting - Victor was actually a woman. Everyone at the Lodge is shocked, including members Inspector Brackenreid and Constable Crabtree. Even Victor's sponsor Leonard Winters, who had had her over to his house for dinner many times, was taken in by the ruse. Dr. Ogden is recruited to go under cover and soon joins a local women's group who have taken to posing as men to give them the freedom they yearn. A second murder gives Murdoch the opportunity to set a trap for the killer.
User ratings: 175
Average rating: 8.0
Rich Boy, Poor Boy
Tragedy strikes close to home when Brackenreid's son Bobby suddenly disappears while playing with a friend on a sunny afternoon in bustling Allen Gardens.
User ratings: 155
Average rating: 8.2
Me, Myself and Murdoch
A clearly disturbed young woman possessed of four personalities takes an axe to her abusive father possibly because of a trauma suffered seventeen years earlier.
User ratings: 177
Average rating: 8.6
This One Goes to Eleven
When a famous Rembrandt nude is stolen while it is in transit on a moving elevator, Murdoch, who was present during the theft, finds himself asking how, not who.
User ratings: 161
Average rating: 8.1
Blood and Circuses
When a traveling circus comes to town a series of murders starting with the beautiful tiger trainer take center ring with Murdoch and Brackenreid.
User ratings: 158
Average rating: 7.7
Future Imperfect
When Murdoch finds himself invited to a meeting of the local eugenics society, which is committed to research on genetic engineering, a dog shows up with a severed arm.
User ratings: 154
Average rating: 7.8
Love and Human Remains
Two murdered but well-preserved bodies are found after a shed is torn down, and it's discovered that one of them had fought in the War of 1812.
User ratings: 171
Average rating: 8.5
The Curse of Beaton Manor
Murdoch investigates the suicides of heirs to a great manor house and family fortune, but evidence begins to mount that it might be murder.
User ratings: 155
Average rating: 8.2
Detective Murdoch investigates a bizarre case when a convicted murderer apparently manages to survive the hangman's noose. When Cecil Fox's body is delivered to Dr. Ogden for a post-mortem, she finds a hollow tube inserted in his throat and Fox very much alive. It seems the managed to survive by inserting the tube, thus allowing him to breathe, and by having the hangman's rope shortened so as to ensure that his neck isn't broken. Murdoch and Brackenreid immediately focus on the hangman, Theodore Pleasant, as being complicit in the escape. Brackenreid and Pleasant are good friends but the police Inspector has to admit that it doesn't look good for his friend. With Crabtree and Higgins manning a stakeout, Murdoch realizes that there may have been a miscarriage of justice and that Fox was in fact innocent of the crime for which he was convicted.
User ratings: 159
Average rating: 8.2
In the Altogether
A model who poses for 'naughty' postcard photos but moonlights as a prostitute blackmailing her clients is found strangled in the park.
User ratings: 151
Average rating: 7.9
The Tesla Effect
When Murdoch discovers that a victim has been 'cooked,' he enlists the aid of Nikola Tesla in tracking down a weaponized early version of a microwave.
User ratings: 166
Average rating: 8.4
Tattered and Torn
Murdoch struggles to work with the new coroner and clashes openly when a cement block found near the water contains the remains of not one but three men.
User ratings: 164
Average rating: 8.1
Members of a squad of Canadian soldiers who were recently deployed to South Africa are stricken with a mysterious illness and others are being murdered.
User ratings: 158
Average rating: 7.9
Buffalo Shuffle
Ignoring a puzzling break-in at Station 4, Murdoch travels to Buffalo to help Dr. Ogden solve the suspicious death of a young cancer patient at a children's hospital.
User ratings: 156
Average rating: 8.0
Downstairs, Upstairs
Dark secrets surface at the Jenkins household when Murdoch questions the family and servants of murdered patriarch Percival Jenkins.
User ratings: 150
Average rating: 7.9
Monsieur Murdoch
A flamboyant Parisian detective arrives in Toronto and insulates himself in the disappearance of a French woman visiting her married sister.
User ratings: 169
Average rating: 8.2
Dead End Street
Murdock comes across a made-to-scale diorama of a cul-de-sac Toronto street replete with miniature residents and discovers evidence that at murder took place there.
User ratings: 203
Average rating: 8.9
Confederate Treasure
Det. Murdoch and Const. Crabtree investigate when a body is uncovered by workmen. The remains are quite old and date from perhaps the mid-1860s. Dr. Ogden's review of the remains indicate that he might have been murdered. Among the remains is a gin flask with a note secreted in a false bottom. The note is signed by none other than the man who would later become Canada's first Prime Minister, Sir John A. MacDonald. The dead man is soon identified and Murdoch's old nemesis from Ottawa, spook Terence Meyers, is on the scene as well. A surprise visitor to the station gives them vital information about the theft of $1 million in gold and a connection to the U.S. Civil War.
User ratings: 152
Average rating: 8.0
Dial M for Murdoch
A telephone operator with ambitions to be a detective believes she's heard a woman strangled on an open line but Brackenreid is reluctant to believe her.
User ratings: 158
Average rating: 8.2
The Black Hand
While investigating a lethal gunshot on a trolley that no one seems to have heard, Murdoch finds that a disappearance may be linked to his old girlfriend, Anna Fulford.
User ratings: 159
Average rating: 8.0
When a convent tries to bury one of its most venerated members in the churchyard, they find another body in the plot and Murdoch is reunited with his sister.
User ratings: 165
Average rating: 8.1
The murder of a young student in an exclusive girls' school leads Murdoch to conclude that someone posing as a vampire is preying on several of the young girls.
User ratings: 166
Average rating: 8.1
The Kissing Bandit
A Robin Hood-like bank robber with a flair for style kisses pretty female bank employees before donating the money to a local orphanage.
User ratings: 160
Average rating: 8.0
Murdoch in Wonderland
A man is found murdered at a Lewis Carroll costume party. All clues point to the guest dressed as the Mad Hatter.
User ratings: 176
Average rating: 8.7
Murdoch of the Klondike
While in a self-imposed exile in the Yukon as a prospector at the end of the Gold Rush, Murdoch prospects for gold as in his absence Crabtree works on a Toronto homicide.
User ratings: 187
Average rating: 8.1
Back and to the Left
Detective Murdoch must tread carefully when he pursues a Catholic suspect in the murder of an Alderman, killed during the attempted assassination of the city's Protestant Mayor.
User ratings: 161
Average rating: 7.9
Evil Eye of Egypt
When Detective Murdoch investigates a series of deaths linked to an exhibition of Egyptian antiquities, Constable Crabtree is convinced a mummy's curse is to blame.
User ratings: 173
Average rating: 8.0
War on Terror
While investigating an explosion, Detective Murdoch infiltrates an anarchist group lead by American labour organizer Emma Goldman.
User ratings: 168
Average rating: 7.6
Murdoch at the Opera
A talented young opera singer, who is being mentored by the show's diva as her understudy, is poisoned at a rehearsal with Brackenreid, a great admirer of the soprano,, in charge of the investigation.
User ratings: 170
Average rating: 7.3
Who Killed the Electric Carriage?
Detective Murdoch suspects the ambitious inventor of an electric vehicle murdered an associate who stood in the way of his plans to compete with Henry Ford.
User ratings: 157
Average rating: 8.2
Stroll on the Wild Side: Part 1
When a demure, engaged librarian, who led a double life a a prostitute in a local saloon, is found strangled, Anna Fulford, still on the run from the Black Hand, helps Murdoch in his murder investigation.
User ratings: 153
Average rating: 8.1
Stroll on the Wild Side: Part 2
When another prostitute from the Devil's den is strangled, Murdoch discovers they both sang in the same choir, and there is no shortage of suspects.
User ratings: 157
Average rating: 8.4
Invention Convention
An obnoxious but brilliant inventor who is thoroughly disliked by his colleagues wins First Prize at an 'invention convention' but is shot in the forehead by an unknown killer as he accepts the award.
User ratings: 168
Average rating: 8.3
Staircase to Heaven
When the lights go out during a storm at the end of a faro game in an isolated inn, the winning player has his throat cut. When Murdoch is called in, he's shocked to see that Dr. Grace was a player in the game and a potential witness to the murder.
User ratings: 164
Average rating: 7.7
Murdoch in Toyland
The kidnapper of a young girl leaves a talking doll in her room which is diabolically designed to lead Murdoch on a quest that is designed by a manipulative, enigmatic and vindictive criminal from the detective's past.
User ratings: 180
Average rating: 8.5
Murdoch Night in Canada
Two hockey teammates have a locker room altercation, and one of them is injured with a head wound. He does not go with his teammates for a post-practice drink and is later found dead in the locker room from a second blow to the head.
User ratings: 153
Average rating: 7.8
Twentieth Century Murdoch
As New Year's Eve and a new century approach, a seemingly unbalanced man who claims to have visited the future in a time machine prevents an accident and murder that he knew were going to happen.
User ratings: 193
Average rating: 8.6
Murdoch Air
When a flying machine crashes, killing a man on the ground, Murdoch's investigation uncovers high-level conspiracy and sabotage in the race to achieve the first human-controlled flight.
User ratings: 184
Average rating: 8.3
Winston's Lost Night
After a veteran of a brutal North African battle is slain by a sword, Detective Murdoch's prime suspect is the victim's fellow soldier, who is none other than Winston Churchill.
User ratings: 191
Average rating: 7.9
Murdoch on the Corner
After a series of seemingly random murders, Murdoch rigs a film camera with a timer on a downtown street corner in order to capture the killer.
User ratings: 158
Average rating: 8.2
A Study in Sherlock
When Murdoch pursues a murderous gang of armed robbers, his prime suspect is a man claiming to be Sherlock Holmes.
User ratings: 177
Average rating: 8.3
Murdoch au Naturel
Murdoch enlists some revealing detective work while investigating a murder at a nudist community.
User ratings: 177
Average rating: 8.4
Murdoch and the Cloud of Doom
When an anonymous madman threatens the citizens of Toronto with a deadly toxic gas, Murdoch must race against the clock to stop him.
User ratings: 153
Average rating: 8.2
The Ghost of Queen's Park
While investigating the death of a politician, rumoured to have been killed by a vengeful ghost, Crabtree's theories of the paranormal conflict with Murdoch's scientific beliefs.
User ratings: 155
Average rating: 8.0
Murdoch in Ladies Wear
Murdoch investigates the murder of an Eaton's department store manager who was disliked by the shop girls.
User ratings: 160
Average rating: 8.1
Victoria Cross
An uncooperative witness impedes Murdoch's investigation into a pawnbroker's murder, and Brackenreid faces resistance while looking into the prison death of an old army buddy.
User ratings: 157
Average rating: 7.6
Twisted Sisters
A series of violent drowning deaths of university-educated unmarried career women leads Murdoch to suspect sexist and racist motives.
User ratings: 158
Average rating: 7.8
Lovers in a Murderous Time
Detective Murdoch and Julia find themselves at odds when a delusional woman (Sheila McCarthy) becomes the prime suspect in the violent stabbing of her gambling fiancé.
User ratings: 153
Average rating: 7.8
Crime & Punishment
Detective Murdoch and his methods are compromised when one of his colleagues is implicated in a suspicious murder.
User ratings: 158
Average rating: 8.3
The Murdoch Trap
With his colleague sentenced to hang for murder, Detective Murdoch races to exonerate them and steps into a trap set by the real killer.
User ratings: 176
Average rating: 8.5
Murdoch Ahoy
On a newly christened passenger lake ship to investigate a threat to it, Murdoch must investigate an apparent death of a woman overboard, only to discover a far more complex mystery on board.
User ratings: 190
Average rating: 8.1
Tour de Murdoch
Detective Murdoch investigates the sudden death of bicycle racer Joe Fenton. Murdoch was himself a participant in the race trying out his newfangled gear shifting device but Fenton was the favorite having won several recent races. Fenton's manager, Chippy Blackburn, was seen giving him a potion and they suspect he may be may be fixing races. Dr. Grace however is having considerable difficulty finding a cause of death and with Dr. Ogden's assistance performs her first brain bisection. It leads her to believe he suffered a cerebral aneurysm leading to a brain hemorrhage. The discovery of an injection mark in Fenton's right arm leads to a different conclusion however. Meanwhile, Julia prepares to sell Darcy Garland's house but finds that his younger brother Leslie living is living there.
User ratings: 174
Average rating: 8.2
The Filmed Adventures of Detective William Murdoch
Detective Murdoch and many others attend a special showing of a film that will also include sound. The man behind the scheme is James Pendrick and his main competitor, Thomas Edison, is also present for the showing. The film includes a scene where a shot is fired but when the lights come up, one of the patrons, Pendrick's principal investor, has been shot in the head. Thanks to an observation by Dr. Ogden, Murdoch concludes that the shot was intended for Pendrick himself. Pendrick decides to make a film about the cases of Detective Murdoch but in one scene, the actor playing Murdoch is shot by a real bullet. In the original script a character called constable Tom, played by Pendrick, was to be shot again seeming to confirm that Pendrick is the main target. With the investigation ongoing, movie making is proving to be a distraction.
User ratings: 199
Average rating: 8.2
Return of Sherlock Holmes
Murdoch finds his investigation into a nanny's disappearance assisted by the man who considers himself the real Sherlock Holmes.
User ratings: 186
Average rating: 8.3
Murdoch of the Living Dead
Detective Murdoch investigates the death of Emily Fuller whose body is found on the riverbank. They trace her to her home where her husband Jeremiah is completely impassive. The dead woman's daughter Betty says her father has been like this since he had been away recently for a few days. Dr. Grace determines that Emily did not drown, as they had initially suspected, but was strangled by someone with a very large hand. Constable Crabtree thinks he knows what's happened after he finds that Jeremiah is officially dead - he's now a Haitian zombie, risen from the dead. After Dr. Grace finds that a second victim's brain has been operated on, Murdoch thinks he knows who they are dealing with.
User ratings: 168
Average rating: 8.0
Detective Murdoch investigates the death of Sarah Bosen who apparently threw herself from her hospital room window and breaking her neck in the fall. Sarah was being treated by Julia Ogden for arachnophobia and had been making some progress in overcoming her fears. Murdoch however finds a dead spider in her room. The three remaining members of the treatment group begin to have their doubts about their therapy. Julia's colleague, Dr. Charles Linden, thinks her therapy is a waste of time and as far as he is concerned, Sarah's death proves him correct. He launches a formal complaint to have her research terminated. When her other patients are forced to face their phobias, Murdoch concludes that someone is trying to kill her patients. Meanwhile, Crabtree tries to save his pet spider from Dr. Grace's experiments and Dr. Ogden helps Murdoch overcome his own irrational fear.
User ratings: 165
Average rating: 7.8
Loch Ness Murdoch
Detective Murdoch investigates the death of Katie Buchanan who is found dead at the beach, on a hot summer's day, by her friend Elaine Lawson. Both were entrants in a beauty pageant known as the Miss Purity competition, to select the new face of Alexander soap. Dr. Ogden, who is spending her day off at the beach finds what appears to be a large animal bite on the woman's torso. Katie's boyfriend, James Bennett, had recently left her for another competitor, Marie Nicholson and becomes the prime suspect. Inspector Brackenreid however is certain he saw a monster in Lake Ontario and Murdoch is skeptical until he too sees a creature in the water. Constable Crabtree is dismissive of any suggestion that there might be a monster in the water and pursues a more realistic line of inquiry.
User ratings: 170
Average rating: 8.2
Republic of Murdoch
Detective Murdoch investigates the death of Peter Farrelly who had a loud altercation with someone the night before his body was found. Dr. Grace determines he was beaten to death. She also found chloral hydrate in his system - a bottle of which they found in the victim's luggage. They believe both the victim and his killer are from Newfoundland and so Murdoch and Crabtree head off to St. John's in the hopes of finding the suspected killer Ezekiel Farrelly. Crabtree was actually raised in St. John's by several aunts who, it turns out, have an interesting occupation. The solution to murder lies with finding an old pirate treasure map.
User ratings: 167
Average rating: 8.3
A Midnight Train to Kingston
Detective Murdoch, Inspector Brackenreid, Dr. Ogden and several others are transporting serial killer James Gillies to the prison in Kingston, Ontario where he is scheduled to be executed the next day. It creates a bit of a stir among the passengers when they learn who is being transported. Among them are Aaron Rauls, a late arrival on the train and Nathaniel Henry. Both come under suspicion when the police find a dead man, Dennis Bolton who was released from the Don jail just a week ago. There's no direct connection between Bolton and Gillies but both were in the same jail at the same time. As tensions rise, it becomes evident that Gillies has arranged for several ex-convicts to be on the train - all part of his plan to escape.
User ratings: 193
Average rating: 7.6
Murdoch in Ragtime
Detective Murdoch investigates the murder of Nathan Peters, a ragtime musician and renowned band-leader, who was found dead at the docks. His group, the Jubilee Singers, was performing nearby and his wife had already reported him missing. Dr. Emily Grace determines that he died in the early hours of the morning from a blow to the head causing a subdural hemorrhage. The evidence in the case begins to point to one of the Jubilee Singers as the perpetrator. Much to George Crabtree's chagrin, Emily seems to have taken an interest in the roguish Leslie Garland. Julia meanwhile feels that a huge weight has been taken off her shoulders now that James Gillies is dead.
User ratings: 148
Average rating: 7.8
Journey to the Centre of Toronto
Detective Murdoch investigates a series of robberies where the thieves have dug through the the ground and into various shops or banks. The thieves only steal diamonds however. Murdoch suspects the thief is using some type of boring device and that he and Julia may have actually felt it burrowing under the ground the night of the first robbery. Constable Crabtree develops his own theories after interviewing Elva Gordon, a deep cave explorer who believes the Earth is hollow and that there might be an entire world of people living underground. Crabtree now believes "mole people" may be at work. That theory doesn't impress Murdoch who decides to use modern technology to track the boring machine.
User ratings: 150
Average rating: 7.9
Unfinished Business
On his deathbed, Jeffrey Roundhill confesses to having killed his wife Evelyn some 8 years before and tells Murdoch where to find her remains. Dr. Grace confirms the identity of the skeleton as that of Mrs. Roundhill but the manner in which she died doesn't match Roundhill's statement. Further investigation reveals that Roundhill was actually in Winnipeg on the day his wife disappeared. Julia recalls a case, that of Amelia Thompson, who was killed just as Roundhill describes. At the time, Murdoch was convinced that her husband was responsible for his wife's death. Could the two men have killed each other's spouse? Meanwhile, George Crabtree hasn't seen much of Emily lately and takes Leslie Garland to task for interfering in their relationship.
User ratings: 150
Average rating: 8.2
The Murdoch Sting
Detective Murdoch and station house 4 employ a con woman to catch an elusive murderess. Doctor Ogden receives a threatening note from beyond the grave, or is it? Doctor Grace and George hit turbulence in their relationship when she is forced to 'ad-lib' during the performance of her life. Was she acting? Murdoch and Julia hit yet another snag in their already complicated relationship. William decides to forge ahead much to Julia's consternation.
User ratings: 152
Average rating: 8.3
Friday the 13th, 1901
Julia, Emily and four of their friends head off to a remote cabin on an island. It's a party to celebrate Lavinda's upcoming wedding to Cedric Maxwell. Cedric's sister is part of the party and she and her brother own the family retreat. Julia is obviously not happy and confides in Emily. Before long however, the women are being killed, one by one. Still reeling from Julia's rejection of his marriage proposal, Murdoch immerses himself in his work. When a drunken Crabtree challenges Leslie Garland to a curling match, he has to put a foursome together. Murdoch declines an invitation to join but applies his scientific approach to helping them play better.
User ratings: 162
Average rating: 8.0
The Spy Who Came Up to the Cold
After the assassination of U.S. President William McKinley in Buffalo, Ottawa-based spy Terrance Meyers shows in Toronto. The Canadian government is concerned that some of the assassin's co-conspirators may try to make their way to Canada to avoid U.S. authorities. Rumors have it that Emma Goldman is back in Toronto and the police begin rounding up anyone who might be considered the least bit subversive. Among them is Anton Wocek who is later found dead in a warehouse with Meyers standing by him with the gun in his hand. That's enough for the supremely arrogant American spy Allen Clegg who believes Meyers is part of the conspiracy. Murdoch sets out to prove Meyers' innocence and find out exactly what is going on.
User ratings: 141
Average rating: 7.9
Kung Fu Crabtree
With Murdoch away, Constable Crabtree finds himself investigating the apparent death by poisoning of a visiting Chinese official who was in Toronto seeking men who had participated in the Boxer Rebellion. Their immediate suspect is Wu Chang but as Crabtree gets to know the young man, he is increasingly convinced of his innocence. It turns out it's not Boxers they're after. Murdoch and Julia Ogden meanwhile are trying to find their nemesis, James Gillies. Things take a strange twist when the Cobourg police inform them they may have found Gillies' remains. Ballistics settles the issue but one question remains: who wrote the threatening letters. Murdoch settles that mystery as well.
User ratings: 157
Average rating: 8.4
Blast of Silence
Detective Murdoch and his colleagues face an entirely new dilemma when they find a local industrialist, Richard Welch, tied down at the top of a telephone pole with a noise-activated bomb strapped to his chest. Mayor Clarkson orders all industries in the area shut down and the police do their best to keep the noise pollution to a minimum. Under pressure, the mayor eventually relents and work resumes, but not until after the bomb is detonated by a loud car horn. The next victim turns out to be the mayor himself and Murdoch has only 3 hours to find the culprit and deactivate the device. Meanwhile, Julia is increasingly frustrated as Murdoch has yet to ask her the big question.
User ratings: 154
Average rating: 7.5
The Death of Dr. Ogden
Detective Murdoch investigates the death of Oliver Hoyle who is found in the billiard room of his posh club. Hoyle was part of a group of competitive puzzle solvers and he may have been killed after solving a puzzle published by Edgar Allen Poe many years ago. It appears that one of his competitors killed him to get the glory for himself. Meanwhile, Julia visits her father Lionel but arrives only to learn that her father has died. His physician, Dr. Bradley, believes he died of heart failure sometime in the night. Julia is confused, particularly when Dr. Bradley refuses to undertake an autopsy. Murdoch soon joins her and initially doubts that anything illegal has happened. He reconsiders when he learns that Julia has found a needle mark in her father's neck and a new neighbor is the beneficiary in his will.
User ratings: 171
Average rating: 8.5
On the Waterfront: Part 1
Det. Murdoch investigates the murder of Richard Dawkins who was beaten to death at the dinner table by two masked men just as he was about to make an important announcement to his business associates. Since nothing was stolen Murdoch's new boss, Inspector Hamish Slorach, calls the killing an assassination. Dawkins was rumored to be selling his chandlery business. The harbor master says Dawkins was anything but a saint and the police should look to the seedier side for a solution to his death. Const. Jackson is badly beaten by two thugs which seems to confirm Murdoch's suspicion that the men who beat Inspector Brackenreid are the same ones who killed Dawkins. When they find a dead woman on the shore, Dr. Grace determines she was clubbed to death the night before the attack on Dawkins and was manacled before she died. Meanwhile, suffragettes recruit Julia to their movement and she is joined by Emily Grace. Receiving little support politically, they decide to hold a protest march. They are all soon in jail.
User ratings: 162
Average rating: 8.2
On the Waterfront: Part 2
The police continue their search for Mick and Tim O'Shea but Inspector Brackenreid is also out on his own looking for them. Murdoch finds someone who confirms that the O'Sheas killed Richard Dawkins but the man also suggests that the O'Sheas aren't working alone. Mrs. Cecily McKinnon, the harbor master, says she knows nothing of extortion on the docks but when pressed, points the finger at one of the merchants, Lionel Jeffries. When the O'Sheas are found dead, shot through the head, Brackenreid becomes the number one suspect. Meanwhile, the ladies who participated in the suffragette protest - including Drs. Ogden and Grace - are still in jail. In court, they find that Leslie Garland is one of the Crown attorneys prosecuting them. They get a bit of a boost when Clara Brett Martin, the first woman lawyer so recognized in the British Empire, offers to represent them.
User ratings: 153
Average rating: 8.4
Glory Days
Legendary U.S. lawman Bat Masterson is in Toronto and claims to have seen the equally legendary Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Masterson is now a newspaperman and he's already filed a story about the sighting with his New York paper. Murdoch is doubtful about the whole thing and is under the impression that Butch and Sundance had fled to Argentina the previous year. Brackenreid is keen however - and just a big starstruck - and they set off to find the two men Masterson says he saw. After the Bank of Toronto is robbed - and that quickly followed by a train robbery - Masterson's claims appear confirmed. Masterson himself thinks otherwise and comes clean. Meanwhile, Julia and William's wedding day is fast approaching but they have yet to select just where they will be married. Julia has an idea however. The men of Station 4 plan Murdoch's bachelor party.
User ratings: 154
Average rating: 7.9
Holy Matrimony, Murdoch!
After testifying at Mary Thompson's trial for murdering her husband Percival that the woman is criminally insane and should be committed to an asylum, Julia Ogden receives an anonymous postcard saying she has condemned an innocent woman. Julia and Detective Murdoch re-examine the case and find an anomaly in the time-line but the Crown Attorney isn't interested as he's convinced the woman is guilty. Further investigation reveals that Percival Thompson's business partner, Alexander Wainwright, automatically assumed 100% of their business upon Thompson's death - an agreement they signed just one week before the murder. Wainwright promptly vanishes. With the assistance of the indefatigable Mrs. Brackenreid, who has clearly taken charge, Julia is in the final preparations for her wedding. She and William make it to the altar on the big day but midway through the ceremony they realize they overlooked something very important in the Thompson case.
User ratings: 170
Average rating: 8.6
Murdoch Takes Manhattan
During their honeymoon in New York, Murdoch and Ogden uncover a deadly conspiracy threatening U.S. President Teddy Roosevelt, while Brackenreid and Dr. Grace investigate a murder by motorcar back in Toronto.
User ratings: 148
Average rating: 8.3
The Murdoch Appreciation Society
Detective Murdoch investigates the death of a man found dead on a park bench. Dr. Grace initially determines that he was stabbed in the abdomen but subsequently concludes he was actually suffocated. He also has dried blood on his index finger and three pages from a Mark Twain novel on him. When he returns to the station Murdoch meets Owen Hume who reports that his employer, lawyer Randolph Sampson, has been missing for two days and subsequently identifies him as the man in the park. Meanwhile, Constable Crabtree investigates the disappearance of a corpse, that of Prof. Andrew Richardson, from the medical school. His brain was the object of a medical study by Dr.Dempsy who is researching the brains of highly intelligent people. When it turns out that Sampson and Richardson are the same person Murdoch learns that he's dealing with a group of admirers who wanted to see him in action so to speak. Julia continues her suffrage activities and lawyer Clara Brett Martin confirms that it's possible for a woman to run for elected office.
User ratings: 152
Average rating: 8.3
What Lies Buried
During the renovation of the police station, the body of a long-missing constable is discovered in the foundation which leads Murdoch to investigate that station's veterans' past and the gay community of that time.
User ratings: 143
Average rating: 8.5
High Voltage
Detective Murdoch investigates the apparent murder of an inventor who is found sitting in a chair he invented. That chair was meant to provide a mild electrical current as a rejuvenation technique but Dr. Grace is certain that he was in fact electrocuted. He had a young woman with him the night he died but the investigation leads him to inventor Thomas Edison and the main suspect - his son Thomas Edison Jr. Meanwhile, the mayor tells Inspector Brackenreid to speak to Murdoch about Julia's plans to run in the upcoming election - fully expecting he will exercise his authority as her husband. Murdoch makes it clear to everyone that he has no intention of interfering and will support Julia in her campaign.
User ratings: 135
Average rating: 7.7
The Keystone Constables
Inspector Murdoch investigates shooting of vaudeville comedian Bert Grady who is found dead on the street, shot three times in the chest. Grady had just finished his performance at the Bradley theatre, with Constables Crabtree and Higgins in the audience. The shooting looks like - or was made to look like - a robbery. He was not well-liked by others in the show, including a young juggler by the name of W.C. Fields and Ed Ward, Grady's one time comedic partner who is now far less popular on his own. The police find Grady's hotel room ransacked and suspect someone may have been out to steal his jokes. Would-be comedians Crabtree and Higgins join the show undercover and quickly identify Grady's mistress, Eleanor Moffat, wife of the show's manager, Lewis Moffat who became aware of their affair a week ago. A buried body gives them the clue to solving the crime.
User ratings: 138
Average rating: 8.1
Murdoch and the Temple of Death
While investigating a mysterious death in Markham, Det. Murdoch discovers a hidden ornate and booby-trapped laden building that could contain the Holy Grail.
User ratings: 146
Average rating: 8.1
All That Glitters
The suspicious death of a land surveyor just outside Murdoch's station house sends him and Crabtree to rural Northern Ontario to investigate both the crime and his mysterious dying words.
User ratings: 129
Average rating: 8.0
The Devil Wears Whalebone
During a women's fashion show for undergarments, a model is found dead.
User ratings: 141
Average rating: 8.1
The Incurables
Detective Murdoch investigates the death of Nurse Collins who seems to have been killed by a patient, Rose Maxwell, at the insane asylum where Dr, Ogden works. Somehow, the extremely violent Rose managed to get out of her room and knock out the guard, Samuel Drainie. It appears she then used his knife to stab nurse Collins 11 times; there were also bite marks on the body. Rose, who killed her entire family, also blames Dr. Ogden and Dr. Grace for her current predicament and has vowed revenge. Crabtree finds all of the women's fingermarks on the murder weapon but it's the frequent visits from Rose's brother Cedric that initially draws his attention. The solution to the mystery lies elsewhere however.
User ratings: 140
Average rating: 7.7
Toronto's Girl Problem
Brackenreid's abrasive nephew joins Station 4's crew just as Murdoch investigates a gang of female jewel thieves who seemed to have just murdered their ringleader.
User ratings: 152
Average rating: 7.6
Det. Murdoch revisits his past when a murder investigation at a church reunites him with the Jesuit priest who mentored him as a young altar boy.
User ratings: 130
Average rating: 7.9
Crabtree Mania
George Crabtree investigates a suspicious death in the world of entertainment wrestling.
User ratings: 123
Average rating: 8.1
Election Day
Julia and her colleagues are going to vote for a female candidate as a gesture for women's suffrage; meanwhile, Murdoch investigates the death of a man who may be one of Terrence Meyer's minions.
User ratings: 127
Average rating: 8.0
Artful Detective
During a hunt for a killer who collects macabre trophies, Murdoch becomes a target. Meanwhile, Crabtree discovers the recently returned formerly presumed dead husband of his love is an abusive brute.
User ratings: 203
Average rating: 8.7
A Merry Murdoch Christmas
While investigating the murder of a rich benefactor and the theft of children's presents at a Christmas charity pageant, Murdoch discovers suggestions that a Christmas monster, a Krampus, may be involved.
User ratings: 200
Average rating: 8.0
Nolo Contendere
Murdoch investigates a prison stabbing which may be connected to the murder for which George Crabtree is imprisoned.
User ratings: 139
Average rating: 8.5
Marked Twain
As a visit to Toronto for a speaking engagement by Mark Twain leads to controversy, Murdoch and the team from Station House 4 are tasked with protecting him.
User ratings: 130
Average rating: 8.0
Double Life
It is the eve of Dr Grace's departure for England, when a young suffragette is murdered. Murdoch is called to investigate.
User ratings: 144
Average rating: 8.4
Barenaked Ladies
A series of murdered women whose bodies are electroplated and displayed in public as nude sculptures puts Murdoch on the case.
User ratings: 127
Average rating: 8.0
24 Hours Til Doomsday
Murdoch is summoned by no less than Prime Minister Laurier to head off the launch of an explosive-armed missile set to be fired from Canada to New York City unless a ransom demand of $4 million is met within the next 24 hours.
User ratings: 123
Average rating: 8.1
The Local Option
As the local temperance movement's crusade for local prohibition gains momentum, an opposing politician is found dead after an incident at a drinking establishment.
User ratings: 115
Average rating: 8.1
Summer of '75
Murdoch reunites with a childhood acquaintance to investigate a series of deaths of people whom they all met in one outdoor expedition in their youth.
User ratings: 115
Average rating: 8.3
Pipe Dreamzzz
A bad thing happens to a young opium smoker.
User ratings: 118
Average rating: 8.0
Raised on Robbery
A baffling bank heist risks Murdoch's reputation.
User ratings: 121
Average rating: 8.6
The Big Chill
Murdoch investigates the suspicious death of an Arctic expedition crew member, while their workplaces become increasingly complicated in light of recent events.
User ratings: 116
Average rating: 8.2
A Case of the Yips
While investigating a golfer's murder, Murdoch becomes obsessed with the game.
User ratings: 112
Average rating: 8.4
Unlucky in Love
Murdoch investigates the death of an elderly groom; Crabtree meets Lucy Maud Montgomery at a writing class.
User ratings: 110
Average rating: 8.4
Colour Blinded
Mr. Frank Parker, a white man, who was visiting an all black church for Sunday's service, was found dead by Miss James, Dr. Ogden's protégé. The new Chief Constable seems to be in a hurry to charge a black paritioner even before the crime has been investigated by Murdoch.
User ratings: 111
Average rating: 8.4
Wild Child
A young girl raised in the wild is the prime suspect in a murder case. Julia tries to locate their child's real parents.
User ratings: 113
Average rating: 8.2
House of Industry
Murdoch goes undercover to solve a murder. Crabtree tries to sample his first banana split.
User ratings: 109
Average rating: 8.3
Bl**dy H*ll
Murdoch and Brackenreid unwittingly put their careers at risk when they investigate high-level police corruption.
User ratings: 123
Average rating: 8.7
From Buffalo with Love
After a man is shot during a burlesque performance at the Star Room theatre, Murdoch, Odgen and Brackenreid are surprised to discover a familiar face in the audience.
User ratings: 107
Average rating: 8.4
Cometh the Archer
After Julia is shot at her home, William and his comrades' desperate efforts to respond are complicated when he then mysteriously disappears.
User ratings: 137
Average rating: 7.7
Once Upon a Murdoch Christmas
Murdoch and Brackenreid investigate a series of brazen robberies targeting Toronto's businessmen just days before Christmas
User ratings: 103
Average rating: 8.2
Great Balls of Fire: Part 1
Murdoch investigates the murder of a debutante, one of many vying for the hand of a very eligible bachelor, against the backdrop of the Great Fire of Toronto.
User ratings: 106
Average rating: 8.4
Great Balls of Fire: Part 2
Murdoch's investigation of the murder of two debutantes is complicated by the destruction resulting from the Great Fire of Toronto.
User ratings: 98
Average rating: 8.2
A Study in Pink
When Freddie Pink, William's childhood friend, calls on Murdoch to solve a crime, she becomes his chief suspect. It takes the brilliance of both detectives to get at the truth.
User ratings: 102
Average rating: 7.9
Concocting a Killer
When a murder case is reopened, Murdoch and Ogden must confront the possibility that they sent the wrong man to prison.
User ratings: 102
Average rating: 8.1
Jagged Little Pill
Detective Murdoch and Dr. Ogden investigate the poisoning of a philandering businessman; Dr. Rebecca James has suspicions about a fellow medical student's suicide.
User ratings: 98
Average rating: 7.6
Bend It Like Brackenreid
As Murdoch investigates the strange death of a footballer, Brackenreid gets caught up in the team's run to the Olympics.
User ratings: 101
Average rating: 8.2
Painted Ladies
Murdoch suspects a connection between dead men found with lipstick smudges on their faces and constable Crabtree's burlesque dancer sweetheart.
User ratings: 93
Average rating: 8.3
Weekend at Murdoch's
Murdoch and Crabtree pretend a murdered witness is still alive in order to catch a killer
User ratings: 109
Average rating: 8.6
Excitable Chap
Murdoch strives to apprehend a lecherous costumed criminal known as....The Lurker! Then The Lurker's amorous encounters have escalated to murder!
User ratings: 97
Average rating: 7.9
The Devil Inside
A murderer claims to be possessed by the spirit of Murdoch's arch-nemesis, James Gillies. Murdoch and Ogden begin to suspect that Gillies may still be alive.
User ratings: 114
Average rating: 8.6
A Murdog Mystery
While investigating the death of a championship show dog, Detective Murdoch discovers a hidden affection for canine companions.
User ratings: 88
Average rating: 8.4
The Missing
A man claims to be a child who was kidnapped 20 years ago.
User ratings: 88
Average rating: 8.2
Mr. Murdoch's Neighbourhood
When William and Julia run a training exercise on their new property, they find it has been used as a burial ground.
User ratings: 86
Average rating: 8.3
From Murdoch to Eternity
Murdoch devises a mysterious tonic that he claims is the fountain of youth, and has worked on the Inspector, but his pursuit of a commercial partnership alarms Crabtree.
User ratings: 89
Average rating: 7.9
Hades Hath No Fury
A death by explosion leads Murdoch and Detective Watts to a community of secretive women.
User ratings: 87
Average rating: 7.9
Master Lovecraft
The discovery of a young girl's body and some grotesque sketches leads Murdoch to suspect a group of teenagers obsessed with death and the macare, which includes a young H.P. Lovecraft.
User ratings: 88
Average rating: 7.7
Hot Wheels of Thunder
Murdoch's investigation into the death of a roller-skating champion takes him into the world of an aggressive and ruthless sporting competition. Rebecca James competes in a roller-skating race, but her competitors have an unknown advantage.
User ratings: 90
Average rating: 7.9
Hell to Pay
A conspiracy to silence a burlesque dancer puts Murdoch and the Station House No. 4 team in unforeseen danger.
User ratings: 125
Average rating: 8.6
Home for the Holidays
Detective Murdoch and Dr. Ogden travel to Vancouver Island to visit Murdoch's brother, RCMP officer Jasper Linney. There, they investigate a murder connected to an archaeologist who has uncovered an ancient Indigenous settlement, leading to encounters with the Songhees and Haida nations. Meanwhile, the Brackenreids are offered an investment opportunity that may not be all it seems, and Crabtree and Higgins plan a ski holiday with their sweethearts Nina Bloom and Ruth Newsome that may be more dangerous than expected.
User ratings: 99
Average rating: 8.3
Up from Ashes
Up from Ashes- Murdoch is in trouble. He is accused of murder, and he must prove his innocence. Julia is kidnapped, there is a new chief from the UK, friends gather, and there is a surprise.
User ratings: 127
Average rating: 8.9
Merlot Mysteries
Murdoch and Watt find fraud in a new startup wine industry.
User ratings: 90
Average rating: 8.5
8 Footsteps
(From the CBC program description, so provably copyrighted by CBC): A recording device made by Alexander Graham Bell assists in the investigation of a murder at a dinner honoring Helen Keller.
User ratings: 95
Average rating: 8.6
The Canadian Patient
Murdoch investigates a surgeon whose cutting-edge organ transplants wreak medical havoc and run afoul of Mary Baker Eddy and The Christian Science movement.
User ratings: 83
Average rating: 8.3
Dr. Osler Regrets
A spate of murders staged as suicides leads Murdoch to suspect a sequential killer targeting the elderly.
User ratings: 82
Average rating: 8.2
21 Murdoch Street
Crabtree and Constable Brackenreid go undercover at a boys school to solve a disappearance.
User ratings: 93
Average rating: 8.6
The Accident
Murdoch investigates a car accident and uncovers sinister motives.
User ratings: 148
Average rating: 9.2
Brackenreid Boudoir
To investigate an artist's murder, Inspector Brackenreid picks up his paintbrush again and attracts a wealthy patron's very personal attention.
User ratings: 90
Average rating: 8.2
The Talking Dead
After obituaries are published in advance of two men's deaths, Murdoch discovers more intended victims, including Detective Watts.
User ratings: 88
Average rating: 8.5
Murdoch investigates a death which may have been caused by a high speed travel device.
User ratings: 80
Average rating: 7.7
Biffers and Blockers
When a player dies violently on the cricket pitch , Murdoch and Brackenreid encounter some unsportsmanlike behavior.
User ratings: 78
Average rating: 8.1
Mary Wept
A newly built statue of the Holy Mary begins to cry tears of blood, but could this really be a Divine miracle?
User ratings: 76
Average rating: 8.4
Crabtree a la Carte
After the judge of a cooking contest is poisoned, Murdoch realizes other competitors also tasted the tainted ingredient - including Crabtree and Margaret Brackenreid.
User ratings: 70
Average rating: 8.1
The Great White Moose
Theodore Roosevelt sneaks into Canada for a hunting trip.
User ratings: 76
Average rating: 8.4
Murdoch Schmurdoch
Murdoch investigates a murder surrounding vaudeville entertainers Harry and Al Jolson. Detective Watts learns more about his own family history.
User ratings: 78
Average rating: 7.9
Game of Kings
An avenging angel strikes down a Russian Chess player. A Polish emblem is found on the dead man. Crabtree goes under cover as a chess player but his moves are actually being orchestrated by another. They are not the only ones playing deviously as the Russians and Poles compete outside the tournament.
User ratings: 75
Average rating: 8.2
Shadows Are Falling
After a tragic loss a visitor with an urgent request arrives at the Murdoch home. William and Julia, with the help of their colleagues, must put their own feelings aside to help their friend avoid the noose.
User ratings: 93
Average rating: 8.4
Free Falling
Murdoch helps a man look for his missing wife; Crabtree contemplates his relationship; the team from Station House No. 4 works on a murder case.
User ratings: 85
Average rating: 8.6
Murdoch Mystery Mansion
A horrific murder at the public introduction of the Murdochs' new residence designed by Frank Lloyd Wright puts the couple on the case.
User ratings: 86
Average rating: 8.2
Operation: Murder
A post-operative death of a patient of a surgery that Dr. Ogden participated in leads her to suspect murder in the hospital.
User ratings: 65
Average rating: 8.2
My Big Fat Mimico Wedding
At the wedding of Henry Higgins and Ruth Newsome on the Newsome estate, random murder attempts on Higgens are just the beginning of the machinations happening there.
User ratings: 81
Average rating: 7.6
Murdoch Without Borders
When a harsh new immigration law comes into force, the Murdochs and Inspector Brackenreid find themselves find themselves dealing with its fallout with its enforcers and the Greek immigrants targeted by it.
User ratings: 69
Average rating: 7.3
The Spy Who Loved Murdoch
When a French diplomat to a secret international meeting to create the Triple Entente is found dead, Murdoch is drafted to temporarily impersonate him.
User ratings: 67
Average rating: 8.4
Sir. Sir? Sir!!!
Murdoch investigates an astronomical phenomenon with a strange impact on his colleagues' behavior and dire implications for Toronto.
User ratings: 156
Average rating: 5.9
Brother's Keeper
After a telephone call reports a body has been discovered, as well as reports of gunshots have been reported, Murdoch and Crabtree find an unlikely suspect cowering near the body. Murdoch suspects the true killer is still out there.
User ratings: 70
Average rating: 9.1
Drowning in Money
When a wealthy, high society couple is found drowned in their pool in an apparent double suicide, Murdoch suspects murder.
User ratings: 51
Average rating: 8.2
Secrets and Lies
Inspector Brackenreid travels to St. Marys to help an old flame whose daughter is missing, and he happens to learn then that he is her father.
User ratings: 53
Average rating: 7.7
Pirates of the Great Lakes
Murdoch helps a detective recover a ship loaded with antiques. Brackenreid considers leaving.
User ratings: 45
Average rating: 8.5
Annabella Cinderella
Crabtree and John are transporting a convicted axe murderer to prison when she escapes to exact revenge on those who testified against her.
User ratings: 42
Average rating: 8.2
Six of the Best
Murdoch's distressing childhood memories are evoked while investigating the death of an orphan under the care of the same Jesuit priest who taught him.
User ratings: 37
Average rating: 8.5
Murdoch and the Undetectable Man
Murdoch enlists inventor Nikola Tesla to help with the murder investigation of a man experimenting with invisibility.
User ratings: 38
Average rating: 8.7
Sins of The Father
When a man dies in a deliberately set fire, Murdoch's investigation reveals some shocking personal history.
User ratings: 29
Average rating: 8.4
One Minute to Murder
When a man is electrocuted during a typing contest with Crabtree and Louise Cherry, Murdoch suspects the reporter was the intended target.
User ratings: 27
Average rating: 8.0
Manual for Murder
After the release of Murdoch and Ogden's book, a series of copycat murders begin to take place.
User ratings: 33
Average rating: 8.1
Darkness Before the Dawn - Part 1
As Murdoch seeks a promotion, a constable is shot in a botched raid on an opium den led by Watts.
User ratings: 24
Average rating: 9.0
Darkness Before the Dawn - Part 2
Murdoch suspects John is being framed for murder by Inspector McWorthy and Brackenreid goes after the corrupt copper.
User ratings: 20
Average rating: 9.0
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