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Set in Toronto in the late 1800s, this award-winning Canadian TV drama is a good-humored twist on crime procedurals. As Detective William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) pushes the boundaries of Victorian-era criminal science to solve baffling murders, he crosses paths with famous figures including Arthur Conan Doyle, Houdini, and H.G. Wells. Seen on public television and on Ovation as The Artful Detective, based on novels by Maureen Jennings.
"Mesmerizing"—The Sun (UK)

"Yannick Bisson is perfect as Murdoch."—Deseret News

"Excellent adventure"—Midwest Book Review

"Truly outstanding"—The Fort Bend/Southwest Star

"Clever and smart"—Deseret News

"Smart, fast-paced fun"—The Globe and Mail (Canada)

"The compelling performances of the cast help make the series absolutely addictive"—The Boston Event Guide

"This is a show that perhaps you haven’t heard much of, but it is truly outstanding. Check this out right away!"—Fort Bend Star
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing in a Dramatic Series (2009)

Gemini Award Winner for Best Original Music Score for a Program or Series (2008)

Gemini Award Winner for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Gavin Crawford, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Achievement in Casting (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Achievement in Make-up (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Dramatic Series (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series (Thomas Craig, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by and Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series (Jonny Harris, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Dmitry Chepovetsky, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Stephen McHattie, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Vincent Walsh, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by and Actress in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Kate Trotter, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Photography in a Dramatic Program or Series (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Visual Effects (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing in a Dramatic Series (2008)

Murdoch Mysteries is my Favorite Show

5 Stars

mystery fan #1 from WI on 5/12/2011 8:29:00 AM wrote:

We can't seem to get enough of this crazy historical mystery series. My family loves it. I wish I could watch new ones every day.

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Disc 1

Episode 1: Murdoch Ahoy
It's Victoria Day and the SS Keewatinis about to embark on her maiden voyage—but not before a potentially deadly threat arises. Detective Murdoch and Chief Inspector Brackenreid are called to investigate, and Murdoch decides to stay on board to keep an eye on the passengers, including the lovely Dr. Julia Ogden.

 

Episode 2: Tour de Murdoch

When Murdoch decides to participate in a bicycle race, he doesn't expect one of his competitors to end up dead. Meanwhile, Julia, while trying to sell her husband's house, comes home to an unexpected visitor.

 

Episode 3: The Filmed Adventures of Detective William Murdoch

A man is shot dead at the premiere of a moving picture with new sound technology—and no one notices until the lights come back on. Murdoch must delve into the burgeoning world of film to solve the murder—but not before the director decides to make a film starring Murdoch himself.

 

Episode 4: Return of Sherlock Holmes

Murdoch is called to the scene of a murder only to find another detective already there. Much to his surprise, it is the great Sherlock Holmes—or at least someone pretending to be the beloved detective. When another man is murdered in a similar fashion and a third body is uncovered, Murdoch and Holmes join forces.

 

Disc 2

Episode 5: Murdoch of the Living Dead

When a woman is found dead in a river, Murdoch begins investigating her husband. The man shows no emotions, and Murdoch is confused by an admission by the man's daughter. Murdoch grows more suspicious when he discovers that the man's neighbors are afraid to talk.

 

Episode 6: Murdochophobia

To treat her patients' intense fears, Julia has been using a new method that exposes them to the objects of their nightmares in hopes that their terror will diminish over time. However, after one of the patients dies from falling out of her window, Murdoch's investigation forces him to confront some fears of his own.

 

Episode 7: Loch Ness Murdoch

In the middle of a heat wave, a woman turns up dead on the beach of Lake Ontario. When it is discovered that she was a contestant of a purity pageant, the team's attention turns to her competition. But that doesn't quite explain why Brackenreid keeps talking about a sea monster.

 

Episode 8: Republic of Murdoch

When the body of a Newfoundland man is found, Inspector Crabtree—from Newfoundland himself—chases after the only suspect but can't quite keep up. When it is clear that no answers will be found in Toronto, Crabtree and Murdoch travel to the colony to solve the mystery.

 

Disc 3

Episode 9: A Midnight Train to Kingston

Murdoch and the team are bringing their nemesis James Gillies to the city of Kingston for his execution. But plans for the transfer do not pan out, and Gillies is put on the same car as the rest of the passengers, leaving everyone on edge.

 

Episode 10: Murdoch in Ragtime

When the director of a vocal group is found dead on the docks, Murdoch turns to the rest of the choir in search of answers. When Murdoch visits the jazz club where the singers perform, he discovers that the group has some secrets to hide.


Episode 11: Journey to the Center of Toronto

A jewelry shop is robbed, and the only clue is a hole in the ground that could not have been dug by hand. Murdoch is baffled when hours later another jewelry shop is robbed in the same manner. Meanwhile, a scientist in town is sharing her research on an intelligent species living in the hollows of the earth.

 

Episode 12 Unfinished Business

When a man on his deathbed confesses to murder, Murdoch and the team find the bones of his victim. However, after Dr. Grace examines the remains, there seem to be some inconsistencies in the man's story. Murdoch and Julia partner up to solve the crime, and as they delve deeper into the investigation, the mystery begins to resemble a cold case from their past.

 

Disc 4

Episode 13: The Murdoch Sting

The president of the Canadian Bank goes missing, along with his mysterious fiancée named Cassie Chadwick. But when reports come in of multiple Cassie Chadwicks in the area, it seems that this case could be one of mistaken identity. Crabtree and Murdoch find themselves grappling with romantic challenges as the team concocts a plan to find the truth.

 

Episode 14: Friday the 13th, 1901

 

Julia, Emily, and several of their friends venture to a cabin on a secluded island to celebrate a bachelorette party. What was supposed to be a carefree time away from the city suddenly turns dark when one of the party is found dead. Back home in Toronto, Crabtree challenges a rival to a curling match.

 

Episode 15: The Spy Who Came Up to the Cold

At the Pan-American Exposition, the president of the United States is shot. While the president barely clings to life, Murdoch and the rest of the team set out to find the group behind the assassination attempt. Murdoch soon discovers that this conspiracy is much more complicated than he could have known.

 

Disc 5

Episode 16: Kung Fu Crabtree

A group of Chinese officials are in town searching for rebels who have fled to Toronto. At a dinner with local police, one Chinese official is murdered and Crabtree is put on the case. But as he gets to know the prime suspect, Crabtree wonders if he is innocent.

 

Episode 17: Blast of Silence

When a big-name industrialist is found atop a telephone pole with a noise-activated bomb strapped to him, Murdoch and the team do all they can to keep the area quiet. Then the mayor of the town is found in a similar situation, and Murdoch knows he must find the culprit before these men become martyrs in the name of progress.

 

Episode 18: The Death of Dr. Ogden

Crabtree and Brackenreid are on the case to find the killer of a talented competitive puzzle-solver. However, when no clear suspect emerges, the pair is forced to muddle through a puzzle of their own. Meanwhile, Julia visits her father, only to learn that he has passed away.

 

•Making Murdoch featurettes

•Photo gallery

Packaging: Boxed set

Run Time: 792 minutes plus 109 minutes of bonus programming

Format: Widescreen

Number of discs: 5

Language: English

Subtitles: No

Color or B&W: Color

CC: No

SDH: Yes

Region Code: 1

Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Rating: NR. Contains disturbing images.

 “If you haven't seen it, you must.” —Globe & Mail(Canada)

 “Engaging detective series” —Globe & Mail(Canada)

 “Zippy and… enjoyable Canadian drama” —The Guardian (UK)

 “Smart, fast-paced fun” —Globe & Mail(Canada)

 “Charming entertainment, sweetly satisfying” —Globe & Mail(Canada)

 “Everything shines” —Seattle Times

 “A little masterpiece of tone and style” —Globe & Mail(Canada)

Excellent

5 Stars

Beth - lover of UK from NJ on 7/6/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Keeps getting better and better.

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5 Stars

jeab\n from LA on 6/27/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

the best television show ever. it gets better with each new season.

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Disc 1

Episode 1: Murdoch Ahoy
It's Victoria Day and the SS Keewatin is about to embark on her maiden voyage—but not before a potentially deadly threat arises. Detective Murdoch and Chief Inspector Brackenreid are called to investigate, and Murdoch decides to stay on board to keep an eye on the passengers, including the lovely Dr. Julia Ogden.

 

Episode 2: Tour de Murdoch

When Murdoch decides to participate in a bicycle race, he doesn't expect one of his competitors to end up dead. Meanwhile, Julia, while trying to sell her husband's house, comes home to an unexpected visitor.

 

Episode 3: The Filmed Adventures of Detective William Murdoch

A man is shot dead at the premiere of a moving picture with new sound technology—and no one notices until the lights come back on. Murdoch must delve into the burgeoning world of film to solve the murder—but not before the director decides to make a film starring Murdoch himself.

 

Episode 4: Return of Sherlock Holmes

Murdoch is called to the scene of a murder only to find another detective already there. Much to his surprise, it is the great Sherlock Holmes—or at least someone pretending to be the beloved detective. When another man is murdered in a similar fashion and a third body is uncovered, Murdoch and Holmes join forces.

 

Disc 2

Episode 5: Murdoch of the Living Dead

When a woman is found dead in a river, Murdoch begins investigating her husband. The man shows no emotions, and Murdoch is confused by an admission by the man's daughter. Murdoch grows more suspicious when he discovers that the man's neighbors are afraid to talk.

 

Episode 6: Murdochophobia

To treat her patients' intense fears, Julia has been using a new method that exposes them to the objects of their nightmares in hopes that their terror will diminish over time. However, after one of the patients dies from falling out of her window, Murdoch's investigation forces him to confront some fears of his own.

 

Episode 7: Loch Ness Murdoch

In the middle of a heat wave, a woman turns up dead on the beach of Lake Ontario. When it is discovered that she was a contestant of a purity pageant, the team's attention turns to her competition. But that doesn't quite explain why Brackenreid keeps talking about a sea monster.

 

Episode 8: Republic of Murdoch

When the body of a Newfoundland man is found, Inspector Crabtree—from Newfoundland himself—chases after the only suspect but can't quite keep up. When it is clear that no answers will be found in Toronto, Crabtree and Murdoch travel to the colony to solve the mystery.

 

Disc 3

Episode 9: A Midnight Train to Kingston

Murdoch and the team are bringing their nemesis James Gillies to the city of Kingston for his execution. But plans for the transfer do not pan out, and Gillies is put on the same car as the rest of the passengers, leaving everyone on edge.

 

Episode 10: Murdoch in Ragtime

When the director of a vocal group is found dead on the docks, Murdoch turns to the rest of the choir in search of answers. When Murdoch visits the jazz club where the singers perform, he discovers that the group has some secrets to hide.


Episode 11: Journey to the Center of Toronto

A jewelry shop is robbed, and the only clue is a hole in the ground that could not have been dug by hand. Murdoch is baffled when hours later another jewelry shop is robbed in the same manner. Meanwhile, a scientist in town is sharing her research on an intelligent species living in the hollows of the earth.

 

Episode 12 Unfinished Business

When a man on his deathbed confesses to murder, Murdoch and the team find the bones of his victim. However, after Dr. Grace examines the remains, there seem to be some inconsistencies in the man's story. Murdoch and Julia partner up to solve the crime, and as they delve deeper into the investigation, the mystery begins to resemble a cold case from their past.

 

Disc 4

Episode 13: The Murdoch Sting

The president of the Canadian Bank goes missing, along with his mysterious fiancée named Cassie Chadwick. But when reports come in of multiple Cassie Chadwicks in the area, it seems that this case could be one of mistaken identity. Crabtree and Murdoch find themselves grappling with romantic challenges as the team concocts a plan to find the truth.

 

Episode 14: Friday the 13th, 1901

 

Julia, Emily, and several of their friends venture to a cabin on a secluded island to celebrate a bachelorette party. What was supposed to be a carefree time away from the city suddenly turns dark when one of the party is found dead. Back home in Toronto, Crabtree challenges a rival to a curling match.

 

Episode 15: The Spy Who Came Up to the Cold

At the Pan-American Exposition, the president of the United States is shot. While the president barely clings to life, Murdoch and the rest of the team set out to find the group behind the assassination attempt. Murdoch soon discovers that this conspiracy is much more complicated than he could have known.

 

Disc 5

Episode 16: Kung Fu Crabtree

A group of Chinese officials are in town searching for rebels who have fled to Toronto. At a dinner with local police, one Chinese official is murdered and Crabtree is put on the case. But as he gets to know the prime suspect, Crabtree wonders if he is innocent.

 

Episode 17: Blast of Silence

When a big-name industrialist is found atop a telephone pole with a noise-activated bomb strapped to him, Murdoch and the team do all they can to keep the area quiet. Then the mayor of the town is found in a similar situation, and Murdoch knows he must find the culprit before these men become martyrs in the name of progress.

 

Episode 18: The Death of Dr. Ogden

Crabtree and Brackenreid are on the case to find the killer of a talented competitive puzzle-solver. However, when no clear suspect emerges, the pair is forced to muddle through a puzzle of their own. Meanwhile, Julia visits her father, only to learn that he has passed away.

 

•Making Murdoch featurette

•Photo gallery

Packaging: Boxed set

Run Time: 792 minutes plus 109 minutes of bonus programming

Format: Widescreen

Number of discs: 5

Language: English

Subtitles: No

Color or B&W: Color

CC: No

SDH: Yes

Region Code: 1

Aspect Ratio: 1080p/16:9

Rating: NR. Contains disturbing images.

Other: 2.0 DTS-HD MA

“If you haven't seen it, you must.” —Globe & Mail(Canada)

 “Engaging detective series” —Globe & Mail(Canada)

 “Zippy and… enjoyable Canadian drama” —The Guardian (UK)

 “Smart, fast-paced fun” —Globe & Mail(Canada)

 “Charming entertainment, sweetly satisfying” —Globe & Mail(Canada)

 “Everything shines” —Seattle Times

 “A little masterpiece of tone and style” —Globe & Mail(Canada)

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Disc 1

Episode 1: Murdoch Air

When a flying machine crashes into a building in downtown Toronto, killing a man, Murdoch and Crabtree are astonished to discover a pig helming the craft. The investigation reunites Murdoch with old acquaintances in an international competition for controlled flight.

 

Episode 2: Winston’s Lost Night

After a night of drinking and carousing, a young man turns up stabbed to death, and his friend Winston Churchill is implicated in the crime. Murdoch accompanies Churchill as he attempts to recover his memory of the night’s events and find the killer.

 

Episode 3: Murdoch on the Corner

A series of seemingly random murders leads the team to canvass a busy market corner, frequented by all manner of people. Murdoch sets up surveillance, while Crabtree goes undercover to ferret out the truth.

 

Episode 4: A Study in Sherlock

When a bank robber is shot during the course of the crime, a witness offers Murdoch valuable clues—and claims to be Sherlock Holmes. As Murdoch investigates the murder, he also tries to solve the mystery of the young man’s identity.

 

Disc 2

Episode 5: Murdoch Au Naturel

When two boys discover a body in the woods near a nudist community, Murdoch must uncover the victim’s relationship to the group with Crabtree’s unorthodox help. Julia, meanwhile, learns that obtaining a divorce will be harder than she had anticipated.

 

Episode 6: Murdoch and the Cloud of Doom

Toronto’s mayor receives an anonymous package in the mail containing a disturbing film and a threatening message. Murdoch consults a chemist to help him find the culprit before he can release poisonous gas on the city.

 

Episode 7: The Ghost of Queen’s Park

When a politician dies in a fall at the legislative building, a witness blames it on ghosts rumored to haunt the site. Murdoch looks into the politician’s suspicious land deal, while Crabtree pursues his own line of inquiry against Murdoch’s orders.

 

Disc 3

Episode 8: Murdoch in Ladies Wear

The manager of the ladies wear section at Eaton Co. is found dead at the bottom of an elevator shaft. As Murdoch investigates the employees and their motives, it becomes clear that a master manipulator is at work.

 

Episode 9: Victoria Cross

A young woman witnesses the murder of a pawnshop proprietor and becomes literally paralyzed by fear. As Julia attempts to help her, Brackenreid investigates the death of his old war buddy from an apparent suicide in prison.

 

Episode 10: Twisted Sisters

A young secretary washes up on the lakeshore, drowned and with a head wound. Soon, another educated woman is murdered in the same manner. The detectives examine the connections between the victims, starting with a mysterious symbol found with their bodies.

 

Disc 4

Episode 11: Lovers in a Murderous Time

The investigation of a man stabbed to death with a pitchfork is complicated by a woman’s dementia, multiple confessions, and similarities to a pair of star-crossed lovers from decades earlier.

 

Episode 12: Crime & Punishment

When Darcy Garland, Julia’s husband, is shot to death in his home, Dr. Ogden becomes the prime suspect. The case against her looks substantial, and her alibi proves elusive.

 

Episode 13: The Murdoch Trap

With Julia’s life at stake, Murdoch, Brackenreid, and Crabtree work together to try to prove her innocence. Murdoch ends up confronting an old enemy in a game of wits.

 

 

Packaging: Boxed set

Run Time:TBD

Format: Widescreen

Number of discs:  4

Language: English

Subtitles:No

Color or B&W: Color

CC: No

SD H: Yes

Region Code: 1

Aspect Ratio: 16:9

R ating: NR. Contains mild nudity.

“So deftly done, it’s a little masterpiece of tone and style” – The Globe and Mail(Canada)

 

“A terrific procedural police drama” – The Philadelphia Inquirer

Awesome Show

5 Stars

Linda K from GA on 7/7/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Started with Season one a few short months ago and am totally hooked, great show, great cast Love it, Love it. Bring on more!!!!

5 Stars

from NC on 7/1/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I like the movie

Excellent Series

5 Stars

Denise Hayes from MO on 4/25/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

From the acting to the costumes to the storyline to the characters excellent! When you cannot wait to see another episode the show is just great!

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5 Stars

from on 4/2/2014 4:52:00 PM wrote:

this show is the best thing on dvd. I cant wait for season 7 to be available. hopefully one day it will be available in the states on tv

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5 Stars

jean from LA on 4/2/2014 4:52:00 PM wrote:

this show is the best thing on dvd. I cant wait for season 7 to be available. hopefully one day it will be available in the states on tv

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5 Stars

sally lewis, artist and teacher from CA on 4/2/2014 4:52:00 PM wrote:

this show is the best thing on dvd. I cant wait for season 7 to be available. hopefully one day it will be available in the states on tv

Murdoch Mysteries, season 6

5 Stars

M. Wentworth from IL on 2/24/2014 1:27:00 PM wrote:

For anyone that loves a period piece with a little mystery thrown in, the Murdoch Series is a must. We have all 6 seasons and enjoy them all. The writing is clever, the characters believable and endearing and the story lines well written. Love them.

Murdoch mysteries season 6

5 Stars

I do a lot of volunteer work for the American Cancer Society from CA on 1/4/2014 2:24:00 PM wrote:

Its great I have all of them so far.

Murdoch Mysteries Season Six

5 Stars

Mary Hawkley from ON on 12/26/2013 11:40:00 AM wrote:

I have all the DVD's of this series because I enjoy the television series. It was supposed to be available at HMV Canada on Dec. 3, 2013. I'm still waiting for the call from them. As It was,when I ordered from Acorn on December 3,2013, the DVD did not arrive until December 19th.

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5 Stars

David Herbert from ON on 12/23/2013 2:10:00 PM wrote:

Excellent quality and service

I enjoy buying from Acorn I always get great service

5 Stars

I volunteer for the American Cancer Society from CA on 12/11/2013 4:26:00 PM wrote:

Your prices are pretty good sometimes the department stores have specials with cheaper prices on certain dvds. But I try and wait until you have matched them if not then I do buy them in the stores.

It is what I enjoy, clever, funny and caring.

5 Stars

retired teacher, psychologist from PA on 12/4/2013 11:43:00 AM wrote:

Having seen highlights of Murdock Mysteries on Ovation, I wanted to see more. I realized they often cut the epilogue in which relationships were reflected. I became frustrated with on line services and decided to buy seasons 1-6. Now I can choose a couple of episodes to watch while I work, or in the evening when there is nothing broadcast. I only need to wait for season 7. Please alert me when it is available.

Murdoch Fan Forever!

5 Stars

Luna from NM on 12/1/2013 1:52:00 PM wrote:

Love Season 6. Great acting, great scripts and story lines. It is no longer showing on TV so please don't ever let it end!

Murdoch soap opera

4 Stars

from IA on 11/19/2013 12:10:00 PM wrote:

I liked all the episodes up to the last two. Why can't the writers just leave Murdoch and Dr. Ogden alone. Let them be partners in solving crimes instead of turning the shows into soap opera's tendency to never let anyone be happy. Now that Dr. Ogden is free, why find a new way of keeping them apart! I wish the story lines would stick to the combining historic gadgets/people into the solution of the crimes.

murdoch mysteries season 6

5 Stars

Bonnie from KS on 11/6/2013 6:55:00 PM wrote:

Really enjoyable.

murdoch mysteries season 6

5 Stars

jean from LA on 11/6/2013 6:55:00 PM wrote:

Really enjoyable.

Murdoch Mystries #6

2 Stars

NO from MI on 11/4/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This is the 1st of many DVD's I have ordered and was very upset with the quality of this set...Have returned set and am waiting for replacement...Love this series and the way historical fact is woven into the story line.

Murdoch Mysteries Season 6

5 Stars

from OR on 11/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I bought season six as I have enjoyed all 5 previous seasons. I find it interesting and funny as well. It is quite ingenious the way they have introduced world renown individauls as a part of the story ( Houdini, Churchill, Arthur Conan Doyle to name a few)

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 6

5 Stars

Jim from MD on 11/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

We are all huge Murdoch fans. The men at this house were suffering from Murdoch withdrawal; so, it was a happy day when the new DVD arrived.

Murdoch Mysteries Season 6

5 Stars

Georganne B. from CA on 11/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I bought season six as I have enjoyed all 5 previous seasons. I find it interesting and funny as well. It is quite ingenious the way they have introduced world renown individauls as a part of the story ( Houdini, Churchill, Arthur Conan Doyle to name a few)

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 6

5 Stars

V C Buntin from NY on 11/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

We are all huge Murdoch fans. The men at this house were suffering from Murdoch withdrawal; so, it was a happy day when the new DVD arrived.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 6

5 Stars

Kathy from FL on 11/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

We are all huge Murdoch fans. The men at this house were suffering from Murdoch withdrawal; so, it was a happy day when the new DVD arrived.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 6

5 Stars

Bill Davis from CO on 11/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

We are all huge Murdoch fans. The men at this house were suffering from Murdoch withdrawal; so, it was a happy day when the new DVD arrived.

Murdoch Mysteries Season 6

5 Stars

from IL on 11/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I bought season six as I have enjoyed all 5 previous seasons. I find it interesting and funny as well. It is quite ingenious the way they have introduced world renown individauls as a part of the story ( Houdini, Churchill, Arthur Conan Doyle to name a few)

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 6

5 Stars

Bonnie - We like British mystery type programs. from PA on 11/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

We are all huge Murdoch fans. The men at this house were suffering from Murdoch withdrawal; so, it was a happy day when the new DVD arrived.

Murdoch Mysteries Season 6

5 Stars

Sue Martin from NJ on 11/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I bought season six as I have enjoyed all 5 previous seasons. I find it interesting and funny as well. It is quite ingenious the way they have introduced world renown individauls as a part of the story ( Houdini, Churchill, Arthur Conan Doyle to name a few)

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Joanne Wishart from CA on 10/30/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I love this series. It's a lot of fun to watch.

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Susan Higgins from ME on 10/30/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I love this series. It's a lot of fun to watch.

MURDOCH MYSTERY # 6

5 Stars

JOSEPH CHAPLINSKI from WY on 10/30/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

WAS NICE

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

J. Hillsbeck from NY on 10/30/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I love this series. It's a lot of fun to watch.

Murgoch Mysteries, season 6

5 Stars

Ronald T. Woodruff from IL on 10/30/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I bought it because it is so fascinating, and immaginative!! I started with Season 1 which I got at the public library, and followed up by going through the whole available series 1-5). When Series 6 became available, I could not wait to order it. It, like its predecesrs is fascinatng!! Let me know when suceeding series are available!! It is so unique and immaginative. among the best series of anything in the detective agenda I have ever seen. Ron Woodruff

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Dorothy C Noone from OH on 10/30/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I love this series. It's a lot of fun to watch.

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5 Stars

ronald gentile from MI on 10/29/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I bought it because the previous series were enjoyable!

Murdoch, Midsomer Murder, George Gently, Inspector Lewis

5 Stars

Dawn from OR on 10/29/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I like the genre and the storylines of these titles are well written, acted, language good & the voilence not gratuitous. More importantly I like that the main character has a strong moral cod.

Excellent Series (Once Acorn Shipped It!)

5 Stars

Jim D. from MI on 10/29/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I thoroughly enjoyed the first 5 "Murdoch Mysteries" DVDs and I've watched the first 3 Episodes of Season 6 with no letdown! As soon as I received Acorn's catalog, I ordered Season 6 only to find it "Backordered" and I had to wait about a month before it was shipped. The fulfillment process, not the item itself, was disappointing. Acorn should have anticipated demand better.

Murdock Mysteries

5 Stars

N. Snyder - retired school teacher from IN on 10/29/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I love everything about the Murdock mysteries, the time period and the stories. I hate having to wait a year now for Season 7. Wish they were shown here.

Murdoch Mysteries Series Six

5 Stars

C. Counterman from IN on 10/29/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This is an excellent series. The costumes, sets, and story lines are first rate. The last episode was a real cliffhanger.

Murdoch Mysteries #6

5 Stars

Judy from SD on 10/29/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

We have not watched these yet, but anticipate we will love them as much as we did #1-5. We particularly enjoy period settings such as these.

Kudos to Canada!

5 Stars

FindlayFan from MO on 10/28/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This great show is well written and beautifully filmed. Costumes are wonderful to see. Writing well done, plots are imaginative and often utilize historical characters with a lot of poetic license. However, they also address issues of the day and develop characters worth caring about. I purchased the first disc set on a whim a couple of years ago and couldn't wait to get the next set every year since.

Mac from FL on 10/28/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Murdoch is great. I only hope he and Julia will finally get married.

5 Stars

from WA on 10/28/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

VERY GOOD SERIES

Well worth the wait!!

5 Stars

Jim_The_Large from CA on 10/28/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Every year we wait for the most current season of Murdoch Mysteries to be available on DVD. As soon as we watched the final episode of season 6, we were looking forward to the release of season 7. We knew we could have purchased season 6 from Amazon and saved $15-$20, but we wouldn't receive it until late November or early December. Acquiring season 6 from Acorn, afforded us the opportunity to watch the episodes much sooner even though the cost was higher.

Best season yet

5 Stars

Julee from NY on 10/28/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Excellent characters and interesting plots at the center but cloaked in mystery, history and science. When it's funny, it's hilarious; when it's serious, it's tense or unbelievably sad. A mix of everything in season 6, the best yet.

mystery lover

5 Stars

Aries from TN on 10/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

always look forward to this series every year...good story plots, good characters, overall well done

Why not 7 Stars?

5 Stars

Jim McMahon from MD on 10/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Murdoch is a fun series. I've been hooked on it since day one. It's set in Toronto, Canada in the 1890's and into the turn of the century. No Downton Abbeys here. Part of the allure lies in the way they include notable historic people in many of their scripts. Henry Ford, Nikolai Tesla, Conan Doyle and more. The main character's scientific interests anticipate modern crime series like CSI. All the main characters are finely drawn and all have traits that affect their development. Each fall, I look forward to the new series being released.

murdock mysteries is clever and historical

5 Stars

my wife and i are both retired from PA on 10/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

we like the characters and the stories

Season Six is Tense

5 Stars

Cheerful from SC on 10/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

We have enjoyed all seasons of Murdoch, except the way Four ended. It is exciting to see how they weave history, historical figures, forensics, mystery and romance together without getting repetitive or boring.

Season Six

5 Stars

Ruth Redfern from CA on 10/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This is the sixth set of Murdoch I own, watch and enjoy. I truly enjoy the innovation which are woven into the story with each installment. This one does not disappoint! Already looking forward to Season Seven.

Murdoch Myseries, Season 6

5 Stars

from KS on 10/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I wait so patiently and when I have watched every episode, I am so sad. I truly enjoy this series!!! You already have my email address!!!!!!

Stories

5 Stars

Karen from IN on 10/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I really love this series and I hope it keeps shooting as I enjoy everything that is happening and I really love to watch Murdoch solve cases and the period he is doing it in.

intriguing

5 Stars

Mamafish from AZ on 10/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I love this series. Smart writing and so interesting how they show what they did before modern science.

Murdoch season 6

5 Stars

WCS from NC on 10/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Purchased Murdoch Mysteries Season 6 because it has become one our favorite tv programs. Acorn was chosen because of its ability to deliver Murdoch much sooner than Amazon. The only negative is that was on back order because of the high interest in this program, but was delayed less than a month.

Another great season

5 Stars

Bucky B from GA on 10/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

We have enjoyed the first 5 seasons tremendously and passed them on to friends. Glad to see that Ovation network is now airing them, under the title The Artful Detective. We are trying to ration season 6 to once episode a week, but we're not having much luck with that. We've seen 5 in the two weeks we've had it.

Fantastic !

5 Stars

Virginia K. from PA on 8/14/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Love the way the story interjects today into yesterday times !

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Disc 1

Episode 1: Murdoch Air

When a flying machine crashes into a building in downtown Toronto, killing a man, Murdoch and Crabtree are astonished to discover a pig helming the craft. The investigation reunites Murdoch with old acquaintances in an international competition for controlled flight.

 

Episode 2: Winston’s Lost Night

After a night of drinking and carousing, a young man turns up stabbed to death, and his friend Winston Churchill is implicated in the crime. Murdoch accompanies Churchill as he attempts to recover his memory of the night’s events and find the killer.

 

Episode 3: Murdoch on the Corner

A series of seemingly random murders leads the team to canvass a busy market corner, frequented by all manner of people. Murdoch sets up surveillance, while Crabtree goes undercover to ferret out the truth.

 

Episode 4: A Study in Sherlock

When a bank robber is shot during the course of the crime, a witness offers Murdoch valuable clues—and claims to be Sherlock Holmes. As Murdoch investigates the murder, he also tries to solve the mystery of the young man’s identity.

 

Episode 5: Murdoch Au Naturel

When two boys discover a body in the woods near a nudist community, Murdoch must uncover the victim’s relationship to the group with Crabtree’s unorthodox help. Julia, meanwhile, learns that obtaining a divorce will be harder than she had anticipated.

 

Disc 2

Episode 6: Murdoch and the Cloud of Doom

Toronto’s mayor receives an anonymous package in the mail containing a disturbing film and a threatening message. Murdoch consults a chemist to help him find the culprit before he can release poisonous gas on the city.

 

Episode 7: The Ghost of Queen’s Park

When a politician dies in a fall at the legislative building, a witness blames it on ghosts rumored to haunt the site. Murdoch looks into the politician’s suspicious land deal, while Crabtree pursues his own line of inquiry against Murdoch’s orders.

 

Episode 8: Murdoch in Ladies Wear

The manager of the ladies wear section at Eaton Co. is found dead at the bottom of an elevator shaft. As Murdoch investigates the employees and their motives, it becomes clear that a master manipulator is at work.

 

Episode 9: Victoria Cross

A young woman witnesses the murder of a pawnshop proprietor and becomes literally paralyzed by fear. As Julia attempts to help her, Brackenreid investigates the death of his old war buddy from an apparent suicide in prison.

 

Disc 3

Episode 10: Twisted Sisters

A young secretary washes up on the lakeshore, drowned and with a head wound. Soon, another educated woman is murdered in the same manner. The detectives examine the connections between the victims, starting with a mysterious symbol found with their bodies.

 

Episode 11: Lovers in a Murderous Time

The investigation of a man stabbed to death with a pitchfork is complicated by a woman’s dementia, multiple confessions, and similarities to a pair of star-crossed lovers from decades earlier.

 

Episode 12: Crime & Punishment

When Darcy Garland, Julia’s husband, is shot to death in his home, Dr. Ogden becomes the prime suspect. The case against her looks substantial, and her alibi proves elusive.

 

Episode 13: The Murdoch Trap

With Julia’s life at stake, Murdoch, Brackenreid, and Crabtree work together to try to prove her innocence. Murdoch ends up confronting an old enemy in a game of wits.

Packaging: Boxed set

Run Time:TBD

Format: 1080/16:9

Number of discs: 3

Language: English

Subtitles: No

Color or B&W: Color

CC: No

SDH: Yes

Region Code: 1

Aspect Ratio: 1080/16:9

Rating: NR. Contains mild nudity.

“A terrific procedural police drama” —The Philadelphia Inquirer

 

“So deftly done, it’s a little masterpiece of tone and style.” —The Globe and Mail (Canada)

the sound

5 Stars

John Marion from TX on 7/18/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I've been watching season 6 on blu-ray. The soundtrack is monaural. Has nobody else noticed? Streaming from youtube I get stereo sound. I have a choice of HD picture/mono sound on disc or SD picture/stereo sound on youtube...

Murdock, season 6

5 Stars

Jin Rowbottom from NV on 4/8/2014 4:45:00 PM wrote:

Murdock is our favorite

Murdock myst.

5 Stars

Katharina overlock from AL on 3/25/2014 10:13:00 AM wrote:

Like all

Murdock Mysteries 6

5 Stars

Joe and Diane from OH on 12/10/2013 10:28:00 AM wrote:

We have followed Murdock through the previous seasons with GREAT interest. The stories are clever and entertaining. We look forward to season 7.

What have you, George?

5 Stars

RDM4102 from IL on 11/26/2013 2:55:00 PM wrote:

Still an awesome show! Makes me want to move to Canada just so I don't have to wait so long to watch it. Hope it continues.

murdoch

5 Stars

me from ON on 11/24/2013 1:28:00 AM wrote:

loved it

DVD Murdoch mysteries

5 Stars

from on 11/12/2013 11:50:00 AM wrote:

Excellent service,quality DVD.

Great series - do not buy from Acorn if you live in Canada

5 Stars

ilya from ON on 11/8/2013 4:53:00 PM wrote:

I would strongly recommend against buying from Acorn if you live in Canada: 1. You are not notified about real shipping cost until after you submit the order - extra $12 2. Acorn utilizes DHL that charges extra $18 When I called to see if anything can be that I was told this is it. So great series,buy from anywhere else ie Amazon

Murdoch Mysteries Season 6

5 Stars

Little Guy from NJ on 11/7/2013 10:45:00 AM wrote:

I bought season 6 because my wife and I are hooked on the show. We enjoy the interaction of the characters including the science. I particularly like how the writers work in actual historical figures as part of some episodes.

5 Stars

from on 10/28/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Clean entertainment

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Disc 1

Episode 1: Murdoch of the Klondike

Murdoch has become a gold prospector in the Klondike. When a woman arrested for murder asks him to help prove her innocence, Murdoch is reluctant to return to his former line of work. Meanwhile, Crabtree struggles to lead his first investigation on his own, and Dr. Ogden begins training a new coroner.

 

Episode 2: Back and to the Left

With tensions simmering between Protestants and Catholics, the police department is on high alert during an Orange Day parade. When a town alderman is shot by a sniper in the midst of the festivities, Toronto’s Irish Catholic residents fall under suspicion.

 

Episode 3: Evil Eye of Egypt

When an Egyptian sarcophagus is opened at a museum exhibit, a hidden cobra delivers a fatal bite to one of the expedition’s archaeologists. Further strange incidents incite rumors of a mummy’s curse—and bolster sales of Crabtree’s Egyptian-themed adventure novel.

 

Episode 4: War on Terror

A bomb explodes a storefront, injuring Crabtree and Higgins. Although the shop’s proprietor has many enemies, government agent Terrence Meyers believes the bombing was an anarchists’ attack. Murdoch and Meyers go undercover to infiltrate the group.

 

Disc 2

Episode 5: Murdoch at the Opera

A young opera singer is poisoned during rehearsals for La Bohème in an apparent attempt to kill the prima donna, Rosa Hamilton. Inspector Brackenreid, an ardent fan of Hamilton’s, offers to protect her from a potential stalker.

 

Episode 6: Who Killed the Electric Carriage?

When an inventor dies under mysterious circumstances, Murdoch comes across an old acquaintance, a battery-operated vehicle, and Henry Ford in the course of his investigation.

 

Episode 7: Stroll on the Wild Side, Part 1

The abduction of a librarian reveals that the seemingly shy young woman harbored a secret life and reunites Murdoch with a former flame. Dr. Ogden ends up on the wrong side of the law when she agitates for women’s rights.

 

Disc 3

Episode 8: Stroll on the Wild Side, Part 2

The Black Hand reenters Anna’s life, and the investigation into the librarian’s death heats up when another young woman becomes a victim. Crabtree discovers clues in some steamy stories, and Dr. Ogden’s political views cause tensions with her husband.

 

Episode 9: Invention Convention

A shot fells a deeply disliked inventor after he wins the top prize at an invention convention. His fellow exhibitors, including Alexander Graham Bell, become suspects, particularly when Murdoch uncovers the ingenious method used for the murder.

 

Episode 10: Staircase to Heaven

On a stormy night, a game of cards among Dr. Grace’s friends ends with a man’s death. Murdoch goes to investigate and discovers the group was involved in otherworldly experiments. Meanwhile, Brackenreid and Crabtree guard a witness from a master criminal.

 

Disc 4

Episode 11: Murdoch in Toyland

A girl is abducted from her home, and a talking doll left at the scene mentions Murdoch by name. As the detective chases down the culprit, he’s met at each stage by more dolls taunting him with clues and ultimately threatening what Murdoch holds most dear.

 

Episode 12: Murdoch Night in Canada

When a hockey player dies after a fistfight with a teammate, it appears to be a tragic accident. As Murdoch digs deeper, he reveals simmering tensions among the players and team owners that could alter forever the future of the sport.

 

Episode 13: Twentieth Century Murdoch

As the dawn of the new century approaches, the team face difficult decisions about their lives. Murdoch confronts the future in more ways than one, as a scientist comes to town claiming to have made a time machine.

 

 

• Season overview

• Featurettes for episodes 1,5, and 6

• Costume design featurette

• Sound bites

 

Packaging: Boxed set

Run Time: 624 minutes

Format: Widescreen

Number of discs: 4

Language: English

Subtitles: No

Color or B&W: Color

CC: No

SDH: Yes

Region Code: 1

Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Rating: NR.

“Victorian CSI” —The Wall Street Journal

 

“A terrific procedural police drama” —The Philadelphia Inquirer

5 Stars

from AL on 7/11/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

They are free of foul language, violence and explicit sex; they are very entertaining.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 5

5 Stars

Judith Lingo from OH on 1/31/2014 4:10:00 PM wrote:

My husband & I enjoy this series very much, this completes 1 thru 6. Hope they are making more programs in this series.

Very Good

4 Stars

PSann from MO on 1/31/2014 2:56:00 PM wrote:

We have the first four seasons, and are thrilled with this season. Well done series. Can't wait to see them all.

murdoch mysteries season 5

5 Stars

Beverly from NJ on 1/30/2014 9:21:00 PM wrote:

Love this series and can't wait to see season 6. I hope they make many more. It's a shame that the US doesn't make nice family shows any more like this series.

Addictive

5 Stars

Nilda from on 12/8/2013 6:25:00 AM wrote:

My husband and I discovered the Artful Detective on TV...we became such fans of the series that we purchased Seasons 1 thru 4...Very disappointed when we finished all seasons....I am now getting 5 & 6 as a Christmas present for him...This is one of those rare shows that you want to see again and again...The characters are engaging, perfectly matched and the plots are fascinating...Please keep them coming

murdoch nysteries

5 Stars

s. brusstar from CA on 9/13/2013 12:23:00 AM wrote:

a really fun series to watch. quite camp at times. I absolutely adore all the actors. each one is perfect in their role.

murdoch nysteries

5 Stars

s. brusstar from CA on 9/13/2013 12:23:00 AM wrote:

a really fun series to watch. quite camp at times. I absolutely adore all the actors. each one is perfect in their role.

Always wonderful

5 Stars

Ruth Redfern from CA on 8/9/2013 3:58:00 PM wrote:

I have all of the currently released dvds and sincerely hope they continue filming and releasing. The writers and actors, and the balance of the crew, are top drawer in their jobs and make my viewing a pleasure. I just wish the dvds were released a bit more promptly since I can't watch it on tv and must wait for the dvds.

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

iluvmysteries from IA on 5/29/2013 10:46:00 PM wrote:

Terrific historical persons & references incorporated in the mysteries. An ongoing romance of reluctant parties is always a favorite. Happy to have the entire series!

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Ronald Martin Wade from TX on 5/29/2013 10:46:00 PM wrote:

Terrific historical persons & references incorporated in the mysteries. An ongoing romance of reluctant parties is always a favorite. Happy to have the entire series!

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Jay Zerfoss from CA on 5/29/2013 10:46:00 PM wrote:

Terrific historical persons & references incorporated in the mysteries. An ongoing romance of reluctant parties is always a favorite. Happy to have the entire series!

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Pan, writer, poet and artist. from PA on 5/29/2013 10:46:00 PM wrote:

Terrific historical persons & references incorporated in the mysteries. An ongoing romance of reluctant parties is always a favorite. Happy to have the entire series!

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Bucky & Patti from GA on 5/29/2013 10:46:00 PM wrote:

Terrific historical persons & references incorporated in the mysteries. An ongoing romance of reluctant parties is always a favorite. Happy to have the entire series!

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Rose from WI on 5/29/2013 10:46:00 PM wrote:

Terrific historical persons & references incorporated in the mysteries. An ongoing romance of reluctant parties is always a favorite. Happy to have the entire series!

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Hanson Dennis from TX on 5/29/2013 10:46:00 PM wrote:

Terrific historical persons & references incorporated in the mysteries. An ongoing romance of reluctant parties is always a favorite. Happy to have the entire series!

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Joel & Jarmila Danenberg from OR on 5/29/2013 10:46:00 PM wrote:

Terrific historical persons & references incorporated in the mysteries. An ongoing romance of reluctant parties is always a favorite. Happy to have the entire series!

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Fan of many BBC mystery series. from WA on 5/29/2013 10:46:00 PM wrote:

Terrific historical persons & references incorporated in the mysteries. An ongoing romance of reluctant parties is always a favorite. Happy to have the entire series!

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Dave from NY on 5/29/2013 10:46:00 PM wrote:

Terrific historical persons & references incorporated in the mysteries. An ongoing romance of reluctant parties is always a favorite. Happy to have the entire series!

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Charles from NC on 5/29/2013 10:46:00 PM wrote:

Terrific historical persons & references incorporated in the mysteries. An ongoing romance of reluctant parties is always a favorite. Happy to have the entire series!

MURDOCH MYSTERIES SEASON 5

3 Stars

Andy Janssen from FL on 5/6/2013 10:17:00 AM wrote:

I bought the first 4 seasons and bought the 5th season expecting the same strong writing, they shouls have stopped at 4, season 5 was a big dosappointment, lousy story lines. will not buy season 6 if there is one.

The Murdoch Mysteries

4 Stars

Scott Fitkin from SC on 4/26/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Good stories with just enough twists and turns to keep the interest.

Murdoch Mysteries season 5

5 Stars

I'm a male, 66 years old from NV on 4/26/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

We really like the movies that you have to offer.

murdoch mysteries #5

5 Stars

Judi from SD on 4/16/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

We have all of the Murdoch Mysteries and have thoroughly ejoyed each. We look forward each year to another series.

5 Stars

Nancy from MI on 4/11/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Great, terrific. Always enjoy watching Murdoch. Can't wait for season 6!

Love this series.

5 Stars

Retired Air Force Pilot from NH on 3/19/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I enjoy the stories, the period and the actors. This is a wonderful series of interesting, admirable characters.

Murdock 5

5 Stars

Rose C. from OK on 3/15/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I love mysteries without all the bloody stuff and this is more of my liking. I loave the mystery in each one. Ilike the romance of the two people in the story. I love the stories.

Saved until all old DVDs are watched again.

5 Stars

Bill & Darlene from NJ on 3/13/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

We really enjoy this series. In fact we're saving this new DVD until we review all the old ones first! I'm sure we'll love the new ones as well.

Murdoch Mysteries: Season 5

5 Stars

Claire Walliman from OR on 3/6/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Thoroughly enjoy these mysteries. They are so well produced and very well acted. Have seen all the previous ones, and they keep getting better. Stories are so interesting.

5 Stars

from WI on 2/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

We love these shows and wished American TV was this good. We were also glad that Julia figured out what she needed. We can't wait for season 6 in DVD.

Murdoch Mysteries: Season Five

5 Stars

June from LA on 2/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Simply enjoy the series

Murdoch Mysteries: Season Five

5 Stars

Dennis L. O'Brien from PA on 2/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Simply enjoy the series

Murdoch Mysteries: Season Five

5 Stars

from OH on 2/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Simply enjoy the series

Murdock season 5

5 Stars

Lois J. from OH on 2/20/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

We have all the previous season of Murdock and when we saw a new one was coming out we were thrilled! My husband & I loved it very much and we hope there will be more to come.

Murdoch Mysteries Season 5

5 Stars

from MS on 2/19/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This series gets better every year. Excellent acting, characters you care about, and interesting plots.

Murdoch Mysteries Season 5

5 Stars

Joyce Gordon from CA on 2/19/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This series gets better every year. Excellent acting, characters you care about, and interesting plots.

Romantic Mystery at its best!

5 Stars

Earl R (Maze) from OH on 2/19/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I couldn't wait until by happenchance season 5 was aired in The USA. Even though both 5.and 6 took place In Canada, it was during the time my grandparents met, fell in love, married and started families. In fact, a great uncle on mine moved to Canada then. I am disappointed that season 6 isn't being aired in US now!!!

murdoch series

5 Stars

i love good mysteries from IL on 2/18/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

i really enjoyed all the episodes.

Murdich Mysteries Season Five

5 Stars

Russell G Vinson from FL on 2/12/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Like it as a series similar to Midsummer Mysteries. Different location. Work toward the answer to the crime.

Murdoch

5 Stars

jhillsbeck from NY on 2/7/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Excellent as always.

Murdoch

5 Stars

Ruth Redfern from CA on 2/7/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Excellent as always.

5 Stars

Charles from TX on 2/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I enjoy mysteries, Miurdoch is delightful

SEASON FIVE IS THE BEST OF ALL MURDOCH MYSTERIES

5 Stars

MICHAEL-RETIRED SALESMAN from NC on 2/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

WE HAVE COLLECTED ALL OF THE MURDOCH MYSTERIES! LOVE THEM AND CAN'T WAIT FOR THE NEXT SEASON...IN FACT WE LIKE THEM SO MUCH THAT WE HOPE BBC DOESN'T STOP THE SERIES! HIGHLY RECOMEND THEM TO NEW SUBCRIBERS.

shipment on Murdoch Mysteries season 5

5 Stars

Tamaki Barr from FL on 2/1/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

It arrived in time as promised. Shipping was done well to secure the product. My most unexpected surprise was they enclosed their catalog ! I didn't realize wide scale of things they offer. I will order again. By the way, the one who helped me to order by phone was very courteous, pleasant and helpful.

Great Continuation of the Series

5 Stars

Galapagos from AL on 1/31/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

The fifth season was as good as the previous four. I especially liked the first and last episodes.

5 Stars

Mary from KY on 1/30/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Enjoy this series very much - good acting and great stories!

Murdoch - Season Five

5 Stars

from OH on 1/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Great series. Great season. Never disappoints.

Murdoch - Season Five

5 Stars

from OH on 1/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Great series. Great season. Never disappoints.

5 Stars

from CA on 1/23/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Couldn't wait for this to come out. Enjoyed every second.....

Murdoch Mysteries: Season 5 DVD

5 Stars

John Archer from AB on 1/21/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I am a Canadian Murdoch fan(atic) - and also a Sherlockian (Wisteria Lodgers), and a BBC'er. Therefore you must take me as biased! Great series - well (sub)plotted, scripted, presented (characters, locations, timing)! The 780 Acorn DVD videos are high quality. Blu-ray (1080) versions must be a treat to see and hear. I am definitely looking into ACORN Online! Do not be turned away by my "bias" - you will certainly be missing high quality shows!

Great Experience

5 Stars

from LA on 1/21/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

As a new customer, I am very impressed with the complete transaction. From ordering online to receiving this item has been flawless.

Murdoch Rocks

5 Stars

from OK on 1/21/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

The new season is great and we're waiting for the release of the next season. Can't wait!!!

Anticipating Series 6!

5 Stars

Michele from WA on 1/18/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I was not sure how I would like the new doctor in the morgue (Dr. Emily Grace), but found she is a great addition to the cast and the series is as fascinating and entertaining as ever (and holds some surprises with the return of past characters). I highly recommend Murdoch Mysteries Series 1-5,and I can't wait for Series 6.

Murdoch Mystery series

5 Stars

Popi from TN on 1/3/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

An excellent series...I look forward to every new release and enjoy them thoroughly.

Pure Gold

5 Stars

Dan from CO on 1/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This is the best season yet. I can not wait for season #6. A must buy!

Murdock Mysteries

5 Stars

jpl from MA on 1/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I'm always anxious to see the new Murdocks and Season Five was everything I had hoped for: fun new twists in looking at "current" topics as well as great development of the main characters.

Murdoch mysteries: Season Five

5 Stars

V.S. Curtis from PA on 1/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I like the series and being it is not shown in the United States, I like to buiy it.

Intriguing mysteries

5 Stars

mamafish from AZ on 1/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I find it fascinating the way they use the technology of the time to figure out the murders.

The best Murdoch yet!

5 Stars

Aaron from NY on 1/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Fantastic collection of exotic episodes, with the best being the very last of the season. ;o)

loved it

5 Stars

Lynne from OH on 1/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

It was great cant wait for the next season.

go murdock go!

5 Stars

hi im marie Im an artist, i work in electronics, and i love all from NY on 1/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

murdock 5 is the best yet! I hope to see more of him!

Thanks Acorn!

5 Stars

Julee from NY on 1/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Labeled "Victorian CSI", this series also includes forensics, the beginnings of psychological profiling and the year 1899's current events, which look a lot like 2012 current events. Historical figures are woven into the stories - Jack London, Emma Goldman and Henry Ford during this season - and the series characters experience near-death, time travel, and the usual mix of drama, comedy and romance. This season was greatly anticipated and didn't disappoint this dedicated fan of the show. My only question for Acorn: can you stream Season 6 so U.S. viewers don't have to wait so long to catch up with this wonderful series?

Murdock Mysteries

5 Stars

from UT on 1/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I'm always anxious to see the new Murdocks and Season Five was everything I had hoped for: fun new twists in looking at "current" topics as well as great development of the main characters.

Pure Gold

5 Stars

Dan from CO on 1/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This is the best season yet. I can not wait for season #6. A must buy!

Murdoch Mysteries #5

5 Stars

PEM from MI on 1/1/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Great as always!

Great Canadian Television

5 Stars

Tom from NJ on 1/1/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

MUrdoch Mysteries is great british type mysteries!!

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Disc 1

Episode 1: Murdoch of the Klondike

Murdoch has become a gold prospector in the Klondike. When a woman arrested for murder asks him to help prove her innocence, Murdoch is reluctant to return to his former line of work. Meanwhile, Crabtree struggles to lead his first investigation on his own, and Dr. Ogden begins training a new coroner.

 

Episode 2: Back and to the Left

With tensions simmering between Protestants and Catholics, the police department is on high alert during an Orange Day parade. When a town alderman is shot by a sniper in the midst of the festivities, Toronto’s Irish Catholic residents fall under suspicion.

 

Episode 3: Evil Eye of Egypt

When an Egyptian sarcophagus is opened at a museum exhibit, a hidden cobra delivers a fatal bite to one of the expedition’s archaeologists. Further strange incidents incite rumors of a mummy’s curse—and bolster sales of Crabtree’s Egyptian-themed adventure novel.

 

Episode 4: War on Terror

A bomb explodes a storefront, injuring Crabtree and Higgins. Although the shop’s proprietor has many enemies, government agent Terrence Meyers believes the bombing was an anarchists’ attack. Murdoch and Meyers go undercover to infiltrate the group.

 

Episode 5: Murdoch at the Opera

A young opera singer is poisoned during rehearsals for La Bohème in an apparent attempt to kill the prima donna, Rosa Hamilton. Inspector Brackenreid, an ardent fan of Hamilton’s, offers to protect her from a potential stalker.

 

Disc 2

Episode 6: Who Killed the Electric Carriage?

When an inventor dies under mysterious circumstances, Murdoch comes across an old acquaintance, a battery-operated vehicle, and Henry Ford in the course of his investigation.

 

Episode 7: Stroll on the Wild Side, Part 1

The abduction of a librarian reveals that the seemingly shy young woman harbored a secret life and reunites Murdoch with a former flame. Dr. Ogden ends up on the wrong side of the law when she agitates for women’s rights.

 

Episode 8: Stroll on the Wild Side, Part 2

The Black Hand reenters Anna’s life, and the investigation into the librarian’s death heats up when another young woman becomes a victim. Crabtree discovers clues in some steamy stories, and Dr. Ogden’s political views cause tensions with her husband.

 

Episode 9: Invention Convention

A shot fells a deeply disliked inventor after he wins the top prize at an invention convention. His fellow exhibitors, including Alexander Graham Bell, become suspects, particularly when Murdoch uncovers the ingenious method used for the murder.

 

Disc 3

Episode 10: Staircase to Heaven

On a stormy night, a game of cards among Dr. Grace’s friends ends with a man’s death. Murdoch goes to investigate and discovers the group was involved in otherworldly experiments. Meanwhile, Brackenreid and Crabtree guard a witness from a master criminal.

 

Episode 11: Murdoch in Toyland

A girl is abducted from her home, and a talking doll left at the scene mentions Murdoch by name. As the detective chases down the culprit, he’s met at each stage by more dolls taunting him with clues and ultimately threatening what Murdoch holds most dear.

 

Episode 12: Murdoch Night in Canada

When a hockey player dies after a fistfight with a teammate, it appears to be a tragic accident. As Murdoch digs deeper, he reveals simmering tensions among the players and team owners that could alter forever the future of the sport.

 

Episode 13: Twentieth Century Murdoch

As the dawn of the new century approaches, the team face difficult decisions about their lives. Murdoch confronts the future in more ways than one, as a scientist comes to town claiming to have made a time machine.

 

 

• Season overview

• Featurettes for episodes 1,5, and 6

• Costume design featurette

• Sound bites

Packaging: Boxed set

Run Time: 624 minutes

Format: Widescreen

Number of discs: 3

Language: English

Subtitles: No

Color or B&W: Color, 2.0 Dolby Digital

CC: No

SDH: Yes

Region Code: 1

Aspect Ratio: 1080p/16:9

Rating: NR.

“Victorian CSI” —The Wall Street Journal

 

 “A terrific procedural police drama” —The Philadelphia Inquirer

Murdock season 5

5 Stars

Jim Rowbottom from NV on 3/24/2014 11:40:00 AM wrote:

Great. We love Murdock

Murdoch

5 Stars

me from ON on 11/24/2013 1:27:00 AM wrote:

loved it

Victoriam Sleuth

5 Stars

Libby Q. from TX on 2/9/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Really enjoying this series. Highly recommend this to lovers of good mystery, especially history buffs.

MURDOCH MYSTERIES-SEASON 5

5 Stars

Fran from AZ on 2/8/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

It seemed like an age before it was released but well worth it. We have seen all the series and enjoyed them all! Did miss Murdoch going to crime scenes on his bicycle. Didn't happen as frequently. I enjoy how significant occurences in history are incorporated into the plots. I'm glad that the series will continue beyond the original 5 years. AND, it's about time that Murdoch and Julia got together!

The Murdoch Mysteries series (6 yrs in all so far) are my favorite series ever.

5 Stars

Sophia Peterson from WV on 1/31/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

The Murdoch Mysteries series is outstanding from every viewpoint: Stories, characters, plots, acting, period costumes, cinematography. The combination of detection with humor and romance, plus a fascinating glimpse of late 19th/early 20th century Canadian history especially technology/science makes this one of the rare adult detective series. Wish it had been widely available on American television channels.

The Murdoch Mysteries series (6 yrs in all so far) are my favorite series ever.

5 Stars

Sophia Peterson from WV on 1/31/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

The Murdoch Mysteries series is outstanding from every viewpoint: Stories, characters, plots, acting, period costumes, cinematography. The combination of detection with humor and romance, plus a fascinating glimpse of late 19th/early 20th century Canadian history especially technology/science makes this one of the rare adult detective series. Wish it had been widely available on American television channels.

Love the show

5 Stars

Sharpie from MD on 1/24/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Great mystery series. Very Creatively done.

Murdoch Mysteries: Season Five Blu-ray

5 Stars

diamonds from IL on 1/12/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

murdock mysteries is one of favor tv shows.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 5 continues to be GREAT!

5 Stars

A. Volk from CA on 1/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

My wife and I are great Murdoch fans and I was able to surprise her with a gift of Season 5 this Christmas. We like the more genteel feel and humor of these mysteries. Can't wait for Season 6 to be ready for DVD!

Murdoch Mysteries season 5

5 Stars

Bob from OH on 1/1/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

An excellent show which needs more U.S. exposure and airing of current episodes including season 6 if available

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• Pilot episode commentary

• Interviews with the author and cast

• Behind-the-scenes featurettes

• Season 3 alternate ending

• Season 4 alternate love letters

• Props of Murdoch Mysteries(PDF)

• Photo galleries, and more

 

Packaging: Boxed set

Run Time: 40 hours

Format: Widescreen (except for some bonus programming)

Number of discs: 16

Language: English

Subtitles: No

Color or B&W: Color

CC: No

SDH: Yes

Region Code: 1

Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Rating: NR.

“Smart, fast-paced fun” — The Globe and Mail(Canada)

 

“Victorian CSI” — The Wall Street Journal

Superb! Excellent! 5 Stars!!!

5 Stars

David from ON on 8/1/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I'm just absolutely fascinated with how the "inventions" used throughout Murdoch Mysteries have come to fruition esp. the microwave oven, night-vision goggles, masking tape (the sticky strips) just to name a few. I also enjoy the fact that the series is filmed within my home province of Ontario. The detective work along with William Murdoch's logic just absolutely fascinate me. It's unfortunate that (to date) the romance between Murdoch and Dr. Julia Ogden was never fulfilled.

murdoch mysteries

5 Stars

sharon from MO on 7/8/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I bought as a present for my mom. She loved it.

Great show

5 Stars

Mary, love to watch older versions of shows, love the dress of y from CT on 5/23/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Murdock is such a wonderful CSI of long ago. I purchased all the episodes because I just love the show. The actor that plays Murdoch is such a cutie.

Great Series

5 Stars

Edie from NM on 4/1/2014 12:39:00 PM wrote:

I love the Murdock Mysteries and now I can watch whenever I Like!

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Rita Jane Cramer from MI on 1/20/2014 8:00:00 PM wrote:

I borrowed several of the Murdoch Mysteries from my local library and saw the DVD's all out of order, which made me somewhat crazy. The only thing to do was to purchase all 6 seasons so we could enjoy all of them in order. Now both of us are Murdoch and friends addicts. When will Season 7 be available?

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Andrea from NJ on 1/20/2014 8:00:00 PM wrote:

I borrowed several of the Murdoch Mysteries from my local library and saw the DVD's all out of order, which made me somewhat crazy. The only thing to do was to purchase all 6 seasons so we could enjoy all of them in order. Now both of us are Murdoch and friends addicts. When will Season 7 be available?

MASTERFUL MURDOCH MYSTERIES

5 Stars

OSCAR MUSCARIELLO, PH.D. from NJ on 1/7/2014 12:10:00 PM wrote:

Captivating, absorbing, and mystifying, the Murdock Mysteries collection provides and outstanding entertainment experience. The romantic sub plot to the fascinating mysteries keeps the viewer entrapped to await the outcome. Beyond the composition, the acting throughout is superb.

Murdock, Five stars all the way!

5 Stars

Jeanne S Lindley from SC on 1/4/2014 10:42:00 AM wrote:

Murdock is delightful. The costumes are outstanding, so it's beautiful to watch. Love all the characters. Wouldn't be the same without Crabtree. Have watched first four seasons. Can't wait to get the others.

full entertainment

5 Stars

brian buntin from SC on 11/8/2013 11:23:00 AM wrote:

I love everything about this show. Clever and witty,Just what the DR. ordered.

Murdoch mysteries

5 Stars

Abuela from ID on 5/29/2013 12:23:00 AM wrote:

Very enjoyable - more story line than "Upstairs, Downstairs" . We enjoy the British movies most of the time.

Murdoch Mysteries Seasons 1-4

5 Stars

Rose from WI on 5/6/2013 1:41:00 PM wrote:

Great price for the collection! We really love the series.

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• Pilot episode commentary

• Interviews with the author and cast

• Behind-the-scenes featurettes

• Season 3 alternate ending

• Season 4 alternate love letters

• Props of Murdoch Mysteries(PDF)

• Photo galleries, and more

Packaging: Boxed set

Run Time: 42 hours

Format: Widescreen (except for some bonus programming)

Number of discs: 12

Language: English

Subtitles: No

Color or B&W: Color, 2.0 stereo PCM/2.0 Dolby Digital

CC: No

SDH: Yes

Region Code: 1

Aspect Ratio: 1080p/16:9 (some bonus material 480p)

Rating: NR.

“Smart, fast-paced fun” — The Globe and Mail(Canada)


“Victorian CSI” — The Wall Street Journal

5 Stars

Fred Robinson from NJ on 7/1/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I stumbled across "The Artful Detective", aka Murdoch Mysteries, on Ovation Television one night. After watching one episode, I was hooked! I love the way they intertwine people and inventions of the times into each episode. Detective Murdoch and Dr. Ogden were definitely ahead of their time. As an aside, some of the best shows that I've seen have come out of Canada...keep up the good work!

Murdoch mystery series

4 Stars

Sharon from CT on 6/30/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Enjoying the series,getiing caught up from what is on TV now.Since it a canadian television show and I am in USA, seasons are behind here. Great way to get in the loop

murdoch Mystries Seasons 1-4

5 Stars

richard from MI on 12/29/2013 2:23:00 PM wrote:

Excellent experience. Would do again.

murdoch

5 Stars

me from ON on 11/24/2013 1:27:00 AM wrote:

loved it

Truly Outstanding!

5 Stars

Frank Giordano, MD from TX on 10/1/2013 12:32:00 AM wrote:

This is one of the best mystery series available. Reviewers laughingly call it CSI: Victorian, and I think that is a fitting name. Detective Murdoch and the female pathologist/coroner, Dr. Julia Ogden are both scientifically minded and make use of the latest scientific inventions circa 1899 to solve crimes. Their rather polite love relationship is an interesting note in the stories. Since they both live in their heads, are very controlled, and are not emotionally demonstrative, the relationship seldom goes beyond a polite kiss. The supporting cast is excellent. You will love Constable Crabtree, Murdoch's assistant. You will swing between identifying with and being really annoyed at their boss, Inspector Brackenreide. The stories are all interesting and there is almost no violence. This show absolutely does not need it. It is the power of the characters that holds you enthralled. This Canadian production stands toe-to-toe with the best of the British detective series shown on PBS. The cast seemed a little stif

Murdoch mysteries series 1-4

5 Stars

mystery lover from SC on 7/14/2013 3:50:00 PM wrote:

This was a gift for my scientist husband. He loves it. Generally true to the science and entertaining. We are almost through the first of season one.

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Disc 1

Episode 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, despite the resistance of prickly pathologist Dr. Llewellyn Francis. The detective soon unearths clues to a decades-old crime with unlikely accomplices.

 

Episode 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 both the British and Canadian armed forces and prompts an unlikely alliance between Murdoch and Dr. Francis.

 

Episode 3:  Buffalo Shuffle

Murdoch reunites with his old flame, Dr. Julia Ogden, in Buffalo, New York, to investigate the death of a young patient. In short order, Murdoch’s feelings for Julia heat up, as do suspicions surrounding one of Ogden’s colleagues. In Toronto, a constabulary break-in raises troubling questions.

 

Episode 4:  Downstairs, Upstairs

Wealthy patriarch Percival Jenkins is found facedown in a bowl of porridge, pulling Murdoch into a world of privilege and resentment. Murdoch untangles the twisted web connecting the servants and family members and finds that each has a motive to kill the master of the manor.

 

Disc 2

Episode 5:  Monsieur Murdoch

The disappearance of a visiting Parisian girl thrusts Murdoch into an odd partnership with French Detective Marcel Guillaume, a real-life inspiration for the fictional Inspector Maigret. Brackenreid, meanwhile, ponders a political career.

 

Episode 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. It’s up to Murdoch to get a clear picture of a street roiling with conflict, deceit, and murder.

 

Episode 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? The explosive revelations put Murdoch’s technical wizardry to the test in a race for Civil War booty.

 

Disc 3

Episode 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? Murdoch taps into the phone system to prevent a killer from striking again.

 

Episode 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 organization. Can Murdoch keep Anna safe from murderous mobsters?

 

Episode 10:  Voices

Religion forms an unholy union with murder when 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 that may provide clues to the murder.

 

Disc 4

Episode 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 lurid stories by Toronto Gazette reporter Paddy Glynn and the incredulity of Inspector Brackenreid.

 

Episode 12:  Kissing Bandit

A dashing masked robber steals from banks and gives to the poor à la Robin Hood, but Toronto is no Sherwood Forest. Undaunted by the sensational reporting of Paddy Glynn or the detective’s longing for soon-to-be-wed Dr. Ogden, Murdoch doggedly probes the crimes.

 

Episode 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 previous night’s Alice in Wonderland party. As Dr. Ogden’s wedding to Dr. Darcy Garland nears, she faces her own struggle upon learning of Murdoch’s feelings for her.

Packaging: Boxed set

Run Time: 598 minutes, plus bonus programming

Format: Widescreen

Number of discs: 4

Language: English

Subtitles: No

Color or B&W: Color

CC: No

SDH: Yes

Region Code: 1

Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Rating: NR

“If you haven’t seen it, you must.” —The Globe and Mail(Canada)

 

“Truly outstanding” —The Fort Bend/Southwest Star

Murdock series a novel way to watch the past with insight of the future

5 Stars

A couple of parents that want to see something new on TV from AZ on 7/15/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

The summer TV is sadly lacking in anything good to watch all summer. With the Murdock series we watch one episode a night and love the intriguing way the crew solves the murders, the relationships between the characters and great story line....every episode has a twist or development that pushes the boundaries of the era....makes it very enjoyable 'good' to watch.

Murdoch review

4 Stars

bob from FL on 5/3/2013 2:48:00 PM wrote:

Product was OK,,,shipping charges were outrageous!

Murdoch Mysteries Season 3,4,5

5 Stars

Dianne Vanderhoof from VA on 4/26/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I bought these because I really like the series. Everything arrived on time in very good shape, as all of the items I have ordered from you.

Murdoch Mysteries

4 Stars

Adelle H. from IN on 1/16/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I enjoy the subtle humor, the British properness and the light romance of these mysteries. I borrowed season one from my neighbors and then was hooked. I now share mine with them.

Very well done

5 Stars

A retired engineer from MI on 12/24/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

The Murdoch series is very well done. enjoyable, entertaining, with a little history and education thrown in. When new seasons didn't show up on Netflix and Amazon I was sad and thought that Murdoch had went into history. But finally with another google search newer seasons were found on Acorn I purchased them immediately.

IT'S A GREAT SHOW EXCEPT.............

5 Stars

Jay from ON on 11/22/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Dr. Ogden would never convince me in a thousand years that she is a scientist. OK, she's there as a romantic interest - right?

murdoch mysteries, season four

5 Stars

from NY on 10/30/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Loved every episode, can not wait for season five to be available

Murdock Mysteries

5 Stars

White male, married and I'm 65 years old. from NV on 10/11/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Love the show. Is there a season #5 coming up?

Murdock Mysteries, Season Four

5 Stars

J. Hamilton from KY on 8/26/2012 8:29:00 AM wrote:

Really enjoyed the series. Looking forward to the next series, if there is one.

5 Stars

from FL on 6/28/2012 5:01:07 PM wrote:

This Murdoch Mysteries is wonderful. Hope they are making Season 5. I haven't been disappointed in any of the Seasons. Besides a good story the scenery is spectacular!

Season 1, 2, 3, and 4

5 Stars

DanC - retired from NH on 6/12/2012 8:58:00 AM wrote:

This is a great series implying the start using "CSI" techniques to solve crime. I also like the character Brackenreid, the Inspector who is a honest cop, but with a tendency to "force" answers to get results. And Murdoch, eagerly applying science for verification and providing clues.

where is season five?

5 Stars

jbercher from AL on 6/2/2012 3:58:00 PM wrote:

I have enjoyed every episods, but what happened to Murdock? I haven't seen any of the characters in any other shows. they were all so good.

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Disc 1

Episode 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, despite the resistance of prickly pathologist Dr. Llewellyn Francis. The detective soon unearths clues to a decades-old crime with unlikely accomplices.

 

Episode 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 both the British and Canadian armed forces and prompts an unlikely alliance between Murdoch and Dr. Francis.

 

Episode 3:  Buffalo Shuffle

Murdoch reunites with his old flame, Dr. Julia Ogden, in Buffalo, New York, to investigate the death of a young patient. In short order, Murdoch’s feelings for Julia heat up, as do suspicions surrounding one of Ogden’s colleagues. In Toronto, a constabulary break-in raises troubling questions.

 

Episode 4:  Downstairs, Upstairs

Wealthy patriarch Percival Jenkins is found facedown in a bowl of porridge, pulling Murdoch into a world of privilege and resentment. Murdoch untangles the twisted web connecting the servants and family members and finds that each has a motive to kill the master of the manor.

 

Episode 5:  Monsieur Murdoch

The disappearance of a visiting Parisian girl thrusts Murdoch into an odd partnership with French Detective Marcel Guillaume, a real-life inspiration for the fictional Inspector Maigret. Brackenreid, meanwhile, ponders a political career.

 

Disc 2

Episode 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. It’s up to Murdoch to get a clear picture of a street roiling with conflict, deceit, and murder.

 

Episode 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? The explosive revelations put Murdoch’s technical wizardry to the test in a race for Civil War booty.

 

Episode 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? Murdoch taps into the phone system to prevent a killer from striking again.

 

Episode 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 organization. Can Murdoch keep Anna safe from murderous mobsters?

 

Disc 3

Episode 10:  Voices

Religion forms an unholy union with murder when 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 that may provide clues to the murder.

 

Episode 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 lurid stories by Toronto Gazette reporter Paddy Glynn and the incredulity of Inspector Brackenreid.

 

Episode 12:  Kissing Bandit

A dashing masked robber steals from banks and gives to the poor à la Robin Hood, but Toronto is no Sherwood Forest. Undaunted by the sensational reporting of Paddy Glynn or the detective’s longing for soon-to-be-wed Dr. Ogden, Murdoch doggedly probes the crimes.

 

Episode 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 previous night’s Alice in Wonderland party. As Dr. Ogden’s wedding to Dr. Darcy Garland nears, she faces her own struggle upon learning of Murdoch’s feelings for her.

Packaging: Boxed set

Run Time: 624 minutes, plus bonus programming

Format: 1080p/16:9 Widescreen

Number of discs: 3

Language: English

Subtitles: No

Color or B&W: Color

CC: No

SDH: Yes

Region Code: 1

Aspect Ratio: 1080p/16:9

Rating: NR

“Smart, fast-paced fun” — The Globe and Mail(Canada)

“Stylish period thriller” – The Globe and Mail(Canada)

“If you haven’t seen it, you must.” —The Globe and Mail(Canada)

“Truly outstanding” —The Fort Bend/Southwest Star


 

Murdoch Mysteries

4 Stars

Leigh Jordan from CA on 3/7/2014 11:07:00 AM wrote:

Interesting and charming regular and "guest" characters; excellent historic context; little digs at American politics interesting

Murdoch Mysteries, Season Four

5 Stars

Gregory L. Cain from WV on 2/21/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Excellent, Excellent, Excellent!

Murdock Mysteries Series 4 and 5

5 Stars

Frank Candre a buff of Sherlock Holmes etc. from IL on 2/11/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Very interested in murder mysteries which incorporate both solving and how they put future into perspective.

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Disc 1
Episode 1:The Murdoch Identity
A dazed Murdoch wakes up in Bristol, England, with no memory of who he is or how he got there. Worse still, it seems he’s wanted by British intelligence agents for murder. While evading capture, Murdoch races to reconstruct his memory.

Episode 2:The Great Wall
When a policeman is murdered in Chinatown, the force wants to pin the blame on an elderly immigrant, but Murdoch isn’t sure they have the right man. Risking his reputation, he begins to investigate his colleagues.

Episode 3:Victor, Victorian
Murdoch and the team are introduced to the complex underworld of Toronto’s secret societies after a man dies at a Masonic initiation ritual. Dr. Ogden goes deep undercover in an attempt to discover more about the victim’s double life.

Episode 4:Rich Boy, Poor Boy
A tranquil day in the park turns sinister when Inspector Brackenreid’s son is abducted while playing with a friend. The detectives work feverishly to find him before tragedy strikes, but the kidnappers may have made a dangerous error.

Disc 2
Episode 5:Me, Myself and Murdoch
It seems like an open-and-shut case when local farmer Alexander Reynolds is found with an axe in his chest at his birthday celebration. Reynolds’s blood-soaked daughter immediately confesses to the crime, but Murdoch believes there are deeper issues at play.

Episode 6:This One Goes to Eleven
Wealthy James Pendrick enlists the force to guard his priceless Rembrandt, but an audacious thief manages to steal it, killing a man along the way. Murdoch must sort through the clues and fend off the advances of Sally, Pendrick’s beautiful wife, to crack the case.

Episode 7:Blood and Circuses
Bedlam strikes Barnett’s Traveling Royal Circus when an out-of-control tiger kills its trainer before escaping. Although the animal is later caught, Murdoch suspects the case may be more complicated than it appears and begins investigating the other circus performers.

Disc 3
Episode 8:Future Imperfect
The great science-fiction writer H.G. Wells makes an appearance as the guest of honor at a secret meeting of the Toronto Society for the Advancement of Eugenics. Murdoch has been invited by the lovely Sally Pendrick, who seems determined to enlist him in the movement.

Episode 9:Love and Human Remains
Bridge builders at the Don River discover the mummified bodies of a man and a woman. Murdoch and Ogden ascertain that the pair was murdered, possibly some time ago. Working closely with Dr. Ogden also causes Murdoch to reevaluate his feelings for her.

Episode 10:The Curse of Beaton Manor
When a second heir to the Beaton fortune dies in unusual circumstances, Murdoch questions the staff at Beaton Manor. The workers seem convinced that a malevolent ghost haunts the home, but the always-scientific detective remains highly skeptical.

Disc 4
Episode 11:Hangman
While Dr. Ogden is examining a suspicious mark on the body of the recently hanged Cecil Fox, the man suddenly wakes, knocks her unconscious, and flees the morgue. The incident forces Murdoch to reexamine other recent cases, with some surprising results.

Episode 12:In the Altogether
Murdoch delves into the scandalous world of Victorian erotica after a young woman who posed for a series of saucy pictures is murdered. During his investigation, Murdoch discovers photographs of a very unlikely model.

Episode 13:The Tesla Effect
Murdoch’s old friend Nikola Tesla appears on the scene of a bizarre murder, announcing that his latest invention has been stolen. While Murdoch pieces together the clues, Dr. Ogden seriously considers a career change and a move to the United States.
Packaging: Boxed set
Run Time: 624 minutes Standard Def, 780 minutes Blu-ray
Format: Widescreen
Number of discs: 4
Language: English
Subtitles: No
Color or B&W: Color
CC: No
SDH: Yes
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Rating: NR
"Mesmerizing"—The Sun(UK)

"Yannick Bisson is perfect as Murdoch."—Deseret News

"Excellent adventure"—Midwest Book Review

"Truly outstanding"—The Fort Bend/Southwest Star

"Clever and smart"—Deseret News

"Smart, fast-paced fun"—The Globe and Mail(Canada)

"The compelling performances of the cast help make the series absolutely addictive"—The Boston Event Guide

"This is a show that perhaps you haven’t heard much of, but it is truly outstanding. Check this out right away!"—Fort Bend Star
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing in a Dramatic Series (2009)

Gemini Award Winner for Best Original Music Score for a Program or Series (2008)

Gemini Award Winner for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Gavin Crawford, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Achievement in Casting (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Achievement in Make-up (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Dramatic Series (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series (Thomas Craig, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by and Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series (Jonny Harris, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Dmitry Chepovetsky, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Stephen McHattie, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Vincent Walsh, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by and Actress in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Kate Trotter, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Photography in a Dramatic Program or Series (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Visual Effects (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing in a Dramatic Series (2008)

Fantastic

5 Stars

George from AZ on 10/28/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

wonderfull

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Jerry Bryson from GA on 4/22/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I have three seasons of the Murdoch series and enjoy it very much.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season Three Blu-ray

5 Stars

Corinne Biersdorff from IL on 8/20/2012 1:29:00 PM wrote:

I really like this series and since it a Canadian show I have never seen it on my home TV. I first saw it while visiting in Alberta, Canada. I'm sure many more people would enjoy it if they had the chance to see it.

Murdoch's Mysteries

5 Stars

Jan from CA on 7/5/2011 2:59:00 PM wrote:

I loved the first season so much, I bought the next two seasons. I like the fact that Murdoch uses his reasoning abilities for his work, but forgets them when it comes to women. Even though the time period is rather Victorian, the characters polite, the solving of the murders is almost modern. An added treat is the humor shown now and then in unexpected ways.

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Disc 1
Episode 1:The Murdoch Identity
A dazed Murdoch wakes up in Bristol, England, with no memory of who he is or how he got there. Worse still, it seems he’s wanted by British intelligence agents for murder. While evading capture, Murdoch races to reconstruct his memory.

Episode 2:The Great Wall
When a policeman is murdered in Chinatown, the force wants to pin the blame on an elderly immigrant, but Murdoch isn’t sure they have the right man. Risking his reputation, he begins to investigate his colleagues.

Episode 3:Victor, Victorian
Murdoch and the team are introduced to the complex underworld of Toronto’s secret societies after a man dies at a Masonic initiation ritual. Dr. Ogden goes deep undercover in an attempt to discover more about the victim’s double life.

Episode 4:Rich Boy, Poor Boy
A tranquil day in the park turns sinister when Inspector Brackenreid’s son is abducted while playing with a friend. The detectives work feverishly to find him before tragedy strikes, but the kidnappers may have made a dangerous error.

Disc 2
Episode 5:Me, Myself and Murdoch
It seems like an open-and-shut case when local farmer Alexander Reynolds is found with an axe in his chest at his birthday celebration. Reynolds’s blood-soaked daughter immediately confesses to the crime, but Murdoch believes there are deeper issues at play.

Episode 6:This One Goes to Eleven
Wealthy James Pendrick enlists the force to guard his priceless Rembrandt, but an audacious thief manages to steal it, killing a man along the way. Murdoch must sort through the clues and fend off the advances of Sally, Pendrick’s beautiful wife, to crack the case.

Episode 7:Blood and Circuses
Bedlam strikes Barnett’s Traveling Royal Circus when an out-of-control tiger kills its trainer before escaping. Although the animal is later caught, Murdoch suspects the case may be more complicated than it appears and begins investigating the other circus performers.

Disc 3
Episode 8:Future Imperfect
The great science-fiction writer H.G. Wells makes an appearance as the guest of honor at a secret meeting of the Toronto Society for the Advancement of Eugenics. Murdoch has been invited by the lovely Sally Pendrick, who seems determined to enlist him in the movement.

Episode 9:Love and Human Remains
Bridge builders at the Don River discover the mummified bodies of a man and a woman. Murdoch and Ogden ascertain that the pair was murdered, possibly some time ago. Working closely with Dr. Ogden also causes Murdoch to reevaluate his feelings for her.

Episode 10:The Curse of Beaton Manor
When a second heir to the Beaton fortune dies in unusual circumstances, Murdoch questions the staff at Beaton Manor. The workers seem convinced that a malevolent ghost haunts the home, but the always-scientific detective remains highly skeptical.

Disc 4
Episode 11:Hangman
While Dr. Ogden is examining a suspicious mark on the body of the recently hanged Cecil Fox, the man suddenly wakes, knocks her unconscious, and flees the morgue. The incident forces Murdoch to reexamine other recent cases, with some surprising results.

Episode 12:In the Altogether
Murdoch delves into the scandalous world of Victorian erotica after a young woman who posed for a series of saucy pictures is murdered. During his investigation, Murdoch discovers photographs of a very unlikely model.

Episode 13:The Tesla Effect
Murdoch’s old friend Nikola Tesla appears on the scene of a bizarre murder, announcing that his latest invention has been stolen. While Murdoch pieces together the clues, Dr. Ogden seriously considers a career change and a move to the United States.
Packaging: Boxed set
Run Time: 624 minutes Standard Def, 780 minutes Blu-ray
Format: Widescreen
Number of discs: 4
Language: English
Subtitles: No
Color or B&W: Color
CC: No
SDH: Yes
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Rating: NR
"Mesmerizing"—The Sun(UK)

"Yannick Bisson is perfect as Murdoch."—Deseret News

"Excellent adventure"—Midwest Book Review

"Truly outstanding"—The Fort Bend/Southwest Star

"Clever and smart"—Deseret News

"Smart, fast-paced fun"—The Globe and Mail(Canada)

"The compelling performances of the cast help make the series absolutely addictive"—The Boston Event Guide

"This is a show that perhaps you haven’t heard much of, but it is truly outstanding. Check this out right away!"—Fort Bend Star
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing in a Dramatic Series (2009)

Gemini Award Winner for Best Original Music Score for a Program or Series (2008)

Gemini Award Winner for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Gavin Crawford, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Achievement in Casting (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Achievement in Make-up (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Dramatic Series (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series (Thomas Craig, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by and Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series (Jonny Harris, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Dmitry Chepovetsky, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Stephen McHattie, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Vincent Walsh, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by and Actress in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Kate Trotter, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Photography in a Dramatic Program or Series (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Visual Effects (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing in a Dramatic Series (2008)

5 Stars

Pat smith from GA on 10/23/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Love this series. Cant get enough

Murdoch Mysteries, Season Three

5 Stars

Rex Flottman from KS on 5/16/2013 11:33:00 AM wrote:

This set contains 13 different episodes from the 3rd season of this Canadian Public television show. If you've not watch any of the series, I would suggest you start from the beginning with Season One. Set in the end of the nineteenth century, this quality police drama provides family suitable entertainment with just enough humor and romance to please the entire family. This is a quality program with outstanding actors set in early day Toronto, Canada. But beware, the show is habit forming and you will find yourself ordering each additional season sets!

luvit

5 Stars

geobro3, retired like good movies and mysteries/. from DC on 11/12/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

outstanding show, great story lines, some humor i like the growth of meach character from the first season. i'll order season two soon

Murdoch Season Three

5 Stars

Memy from AB on 10/10/2011 8:30:00 PM wrote:

Set in Toronto at the turn of the last century, this fun, fast paced series just keeps getting better. If you like Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie and Ellis Peters, You're sure to enjoy this series. A blend of CSI and Sherlock Holmes. Buy this series for your Mystery Loving Mum for Christmas.

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Disc 1
Episode 1:Mild, Mild West
When a stunt goes wrong at Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Extravaganza, it’s up to Murdoch to decide whether it was murder or a tragic accident. In a camp full of sharpshooters, everyone is a suspect—even the famous Annie Oakley.

Episode 2:Snakes and Ladders
A brusque Scotland Yard detective arrives in Toronto convinced that Jack the Ripper is within his grasp. Murdoch must race against time to catch the killer—and brush up on his foxtrot—after he invites Dr. Ogden to an exclusive gala.

Episode 3:Dinosaur Fever
Famed paleontologist Barkeley Blake is in town to premiere his latest discovery, but Murdoch’s evening with Dr. Ogden is ruined when the event becomes a crime scene. While tracking the killer, the team discovers that the bone hunters are involved in blackmail, sabotage, and secret romances.

Episode 4:Houdini Whodunit
A bank robbery and two murders seem to implicate the brash young Harry Houdini. His flirtatious assistant—who happens to be Dr. Ogden’s sister—is convinced the illusionist is innocent. While the women vie for Murdoch’s attention, Inspector Brackenreid is determined to keep Houdini in chains.

Disc 2
Episode 5:The Green Muse
An "experiment" with absinthe following the murder of an escort finally brings Dr. Ogden and Murdoch together. Meanwhile, the Temperance League increases its pressure on the force to rid the city of vice—including the Music Room, a brothel frequented by Toronto’s elite. Episode 6:Shades of Grey
When a young woman is found dead in a creek, Murdoch must investigate a man from Dr. Ogden’s past. Their fledgling relationship is threatened by differences of opinion regarding abortion, and Murdoch nearly loses his objectivity while tracking those responsible for the victim’s death.

Episode 7:Big Murderer on Campus
At first glance, the murder of a physics professor seems to be the perfect crime. Murdoch tries to call on Dr. Ogden for help, but their relationship remains strained. In the meantime, Constable Crabtree has his own mystery to solve: discovering the true identity of his mother.

Disc 3
Episode 8:I, Murdoch
A young boy comes to the station with a strange report about a giant knight, but Murdoch brushes it off as a tall tale. When the boy goes missing after two bizarre murders and the appearance of a Prussian assassin, Murdoch begins to suspect something more sinister.

Episode 9:Convalescence
Murdoch, severely injured while pursuing a suspect, finds himself bedridden with two women competing for his affections: Dr. Ogden and Enid, a beautiful young widow. Constable Crabtree takes the lead on Murdoch’s case, but he can’t seem to impress Inspector Brackenreid with his detective skills.

Episode 10:Murdoch.com
Murdoch’s relationship with Enid continues to grow; when a mysterious killer begins stalking telegraph operators in Toronto, he calls on her for help. Meanwhile, Inspector Brackenreid’s quest to stop drinking has made him increasingly erratic, and Dr. Ogden begins to worry about his health.

Disc 4
Episode 11:Let Us Ask the Maiden
The death of a factory worker in Toronto’s insular Jewish ward reveals his star-crossed romance with the wealthy factory owner’s daughter. As the investigation proceeds, Murdoch learns that several of the ward’s inhabitants—rich and poor— have motives to kill.

Episode 12:Werewolves
A savage killing—seemingly committed by an animal—has some people convinced that a werewolf is on the prowl. As Murdoch searches for a logical explanation, he finds himself again torn between his feelings for Enid and his lingering affection for Dr. Ogden.

Episode 13:Anything You Can Do…
A murder investigation is alternately thwarted and aided by a mounted policeman who otherwise seems both competent and meticulous, much to Murdoch’s irritation. His annoyance increases when it seems that the interloper has impressed Dr. Ogden with more than his crime-solving skills.
  • Behind-the-scenes featurette
  • Props of Murdoch Mysteries (pdf)
  • Photo gallery
  • Character bios
  • Cast filmographies
Packaging: Boxed set
Run Time: 598 minutes
Format: Widescreen
Number of discs: 4
Language: English
Subtitles: N/A
Color or B&W: Color
CC: No
SDH: Yes
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Rating: NR
"Excellent adventure"—Midwest Book Review

"Truly outstanding"—The Fort Bend/Southwest Star

"Clever and smart"—Deseret News

"Smart, fast-paced fun"—The Globe and Mail(Canada)

"The compelling performances of the cast help make the series absolutely addictive"—The Boston Event Guide

"This is a show that perhaps you haven’t heard much of, but it is truly outstanding. Check this out right away!"—Fort Bend Star
Gemini Award Winner for Best Original Music Score for a Program or Series (2008)

Gemini Award Winner for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Gavin Crawford, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Achievement in Casting (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Achievement in Make-up (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Dramatic Series (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series (Thomas Craig, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by and Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series (Jonny Harris, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Dmitry Chepovetsky, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Stephen McHattie, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Vincent Walsh, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by and Actress in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Kate Trotter, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Photography in a Dramatic Program or Series (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Visual Effects (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing in a Dramatic Series (2008)

"Good Mysteries!!"

carin from NY on 7/7/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

We enjoy them very much. Planning to buy more, when get a chance!!

murdoch mysteries season2

4 Stars

george whitelaw from VT on 4/11/2014 3:37:00 PM wrote:

easy watching,interesting story lines.

Great series keeps getting better

5 Stars

J Johnson from NY on 1/6/2014 11:45:00 AM wrote:

Another great entry in this Canadian TV show, which is a mix of mystery, history and science. Episodes ranged from informative and entertaining to highly amusing to very serious and sad. The season finale - "Anything You Can Do" - is a series of flashbacks; nicely filmed and a well-told story. Highly recommended for its engaging characters and addictive story line.

4 Stars

from OR on 9/2/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

very entertaining

Mystery Series Gem

5 Stars

NH in NH from NH on 7/29/2013 5:23:00 PM wrote:

Love this series and the interplay among the characters. Good writing and production. Thanks!

Excellent Series

5 Stars

Robert Dickey from VA on 6/27/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

The discovery of Murdoch Mysteries is thrilling. I can't wait to see more in the series.

Murdoch Mysteries

5 Stars

Julie Peterson from CA on 1/8/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Tried season one on a clearance sale at Acorn, with a collection of other PBS mysteries. To this Californian, who knows zip about Canadian television,this series is entertaining, interesting with invention history, a visual treat period piece. The characters are appealing, actors are right on the money and so attractive. So I bought season 2 and am enjoying the plots and ongoing romantic story.

Terrific!

5 Stars

Sally from CO on 12/29/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I have no television reception where I live because it is very remote. I was so happy to find the first season of Murdoch Mysteries. Then when I saw I could get the second season too, I was thrilled. They are wonderful stories. I really enjoy them of an evening after everything else is finished for the day. Thank you for making them available.

Murdoch Mysteries #2

5 Stars

Patricia from IL on 10/8/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Great series. Very Interesting and entertaining.

Great Series

5 Stars

restingrabbit from OR on 9/20/2012 11:57:00 AM wrote:

Season Two was as good or better than Season One. So glad to be able to get these DVD's from Acorn!

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Disc 1
Episode 1:Power
Commentary by Yannick Bisson, Jonny Harris, Sandra Kybartas, and Cal Coons While demonstrating the dangers of newfangled alternating current to the public, Miss Toronto Electric & Light dies spectacularly onstage. A tragic accident or murder? Detective William Murdoch enlists the help of the eccentric scientist Nikola Tesla to find out.

Episode 2:The Glass Ceiling
A trunk delivered to Inspector Brackenreid contains a lawyer’s naked corpse and a taunting note. When a second trunk turns up—complete with another body and note—Murdoch races to find the killer before his boss becomes the next victim.

Episode 3:The Knockdown
After celebrating a big win, boxer Amos Robinson goes down for the count, courtesy of a gunshot to the chest. A witness finds Robinson’s wife, Fannie, standing over the body and holding a pistol, but Murdoch aims to prove her innocence.

Episode 4:Elementary, My Dear Murdoch
Murdoch accompanies his hero—the famed writer Arthur Conan Doyle—to a séance, where the medium guides him to the body of a skeptical psychic investigator. Did the clues indeed come from the spirit world? Or did the medium have a motive for murder?

Episode 5:Till Death Do Us Part
When Wendell Merrick dies from a blow to the head immediately before his wedding, the case looks like a simple robbery gone wrong. But questions about the groom’s gallivanting ways lead Murdoch into Toronto’s homosexual subculture.


Disc 2
Episode 6:Let Loose the Dogs
A murder brings Murdoch face to face with his troubled past, as the detective’s estranged father turns up drunk near the crime scene. Losing his usual objectivity, Murdoch seems dead set on proving his father’s guilt.

Episode 7:Body Double
When a corpse crashes through a theatre’s ceiling and lands onstage in the midst of Macbeth, Murdoch and Brackenreid delve into the backstage intrigues of the city’s leading Shakespearean acting troupe.

Episode 8:Still Waters
Boys playing on the lakeshore discover the bruised, beaten body of Richard Hartley—scion of a wealthy family and the newest addition to the exclusive King’s Club rowing team. Investigating the case, Murdoch finds dark secrets beneath a gleaming world of privilege.

Episode 9:Belly Speaker
Ostensibly researching a new detective novel, Arthur Conan Doyle returns to Toronto and meddles in a case involving a mad ventriloquist who seems to have murdered his father. Murdoch begins to suspect that the author has a hidden agenda.


Disc 3
Episode 10:Child’s Play
Who could have murdered Howard Rookwood? Everyone admired the well-known philanthropist, killed in the horse paddock of his glue factory. When suspicions fall on boys employed at the factory, Murdoch uncovers another side to the victim’s character.

Episode 11:Bad Medicine
After a mysterious hooded figure kills a prominent psychiatric researcher, Murdoch investigates the doctor’s former patients. The case grows more complex when a psychic warns Murdoch that the grim reaper will claim more victims—including the detective himself.

Episode 12:The Rebel and the Prince
The murder of a girl connected to the Irish Brotherhood leads police to suspect a plot against visiting Prince Alfred. Constable Crabtree joins the prince’s retinue and finds His Highness more than a handful to guard.

Episode 13:The Annoying Red Planet
When a reclusive woodworker and amateur astronomer is found hanging high in a tree, mounting evidence points to one conclusion: he was murdered by Martians. Constable Crabtree becomes convinced of an imminent alien invasion, but Murdoch searches for more earthly answers.

•Episode 1 commentary by stars Yannick Bisson and Jonny Harris, production designer Sandra Kybartas, and executive producer Cal Coons

•Interviews with the author and cast

•Photo gallery

•Character biographies

Packaging: Boxed set

Run Time: 624 minutes plus bonus programming

Format: Widescreen

Number of discs: 3

Language: English

Subtitles: No

Color or B&W: Color

CC: No

SDH: Yes

Region Code: 1

Aspect Ratio: 1080p/16:9 (some bonus programming 480p)

Rating: NR

“Smart, fast-paced fun” —The Globe and Mail(Canada)

“Stylish period thriller” –The Globe and Mail(Canada)

"This is a show that perhaps you haven’t heard much of, but it is truly outstanding. Check this out right away!"—Fort Bend Star(Texas)

"Excellent adventure"—Midwest Book Review

Let's order more!

5 Stars

Peggie from NY on 3/22/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed this series. We will be purchasing the next set, too. We grew fond of the characters and their "quirks", and enjoyed the stories. Excellent entertainment

4 Stars

from on 3/21/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Very entertaining series.

A Very Pleasant Surprise

5 Stars

Bob Olson from FL on 3/13/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I bought this series without ever having heard of it because it sounded interesting and was available at a good price. It was a bargain. It's a fun "mystery" where turn of the century developments become the keys to the solution. A delightful cast matches the historical appeal. Highly recommended.

Murdock Mysteries/ Season One

5 Stars

I am a registered nurse, love gardening and write poetry. from IL on 3/12/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I Love this mystery! Clever and brilliant. This is one of the best. I plan on buying all the Dvd's available, even though I have seen the first three or four seasons on Netflix, twice. Murdock is handsome and way too sexy.

Great show

5 Stars

Nukefixer1 from VA on 3/12/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Another great show, great viewing!

Unexpected twist in Murdoch

5 Stars

Violet from OR on 3/12/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I really liked the way that Murdoch used some new methods to solve mysteries of his day. I liked the fact that the ME is a woman

Surprisingly good

5 Stars

Stock from IN on 3/12/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I discovered this series via Youtube on my iPad last summer while traveling in France. It seemed enjoyable enough, but I didn't think about buying it until Acorn offered the sale price. I'm glad I did. Watching the series from the start, it's wonderful to follow the character development and on-going storylines. I've since purchased season 2 and am completely heartbroken for Murdoch and the doctor. I'm going to order season 3.

Murdoch mysteries Season One

5 Stars

ben from TX on 3/11/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Excellent stories. We liked it because it was good family entertainment. Nothing vulgar or obscene.

5 Stars

Frances from NY on 3/6/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This is a great series, especially if you like history.

season 1

5 Stars

from WA on 1/29/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

great stories, well done

Murdoch

5 Stars

Carlene from CA on 12/28/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I love the show and wanted to share it with my sister for Christmas.

forensic fun

4 Stars

mystery buff from MI on 5/1/2012 6:10:00 PM wrote:

Very light, good fun, nice characters I like it and would buy more.

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Disc 1
Episode 1:Power
Commentary by Yannick Bisson, Jonny Harris, Sandra Kybartas, and Cal Coons While demonstrating the dangers of newfangled alternating current to the public, Miss Toronto Electric & Light dies spectacularly onstage. A tragic accident or murder? Detective William Murdoch enlists the help of the eccentric scientist Nikola Tesla to find out.

Episode 2:The Glass Ceiling
A trunk delivered to Inspector Brackenreid contains a lawyer’s naked corpse and a taunting note. When a second trunk turns up—complete with another body and note—Murdoch races to find the killer before his boss becomes the next victim.

Episode 3:The Knockdown
After celebrating a big win, boxer Amos Robinson goes down for the count, courtesy of a gunshot to the chest. A witness finds Robinson’s wife, Fannie, standing over the body and holding a pistol, but Murdoch aims to prove her innocence.

Episode 4:Elementary, My Dear Murdoch
Murdoch accompanies his hero—the famed writer Arthur Conan Doyle—to a séance, where the medium guides him to the body of a skeptical psychic investigator. Did the clues indeed come from the spirit world? Or did the medium have a motive for murder?

Disc 2
Episode 5:Till Death Do Us Part
When Wendell Merrick dies from a blow to the head immediately before his wedding, the case looks like a simple robbery gone wrong. But questions about the groom’s gallivanting ways lead Murdoch into Toronto’s homosexual subculture.

Episode 6:Let Loose the Dogs
A murder brings Murdoch face to face with his troubled past, as the detective’s estranged father turns up drunk near the crime scene. Losing his usual objectivity, Murdoch seems dead set on proving his father’s guilt.

Episode 7:Body Double
When a corpse crashes through a theatre’s ceiling and lands onstage in the midst of Macbeth, Murdoch and Brackenreid delve into the backstage intrigues of the city’s leading Shakespearean acting troupe.

Disc 3
Episode 8:Still Waters
Boys playing on the lakeshore discover the bruised, beaten body of Richard Hartley—scion of a wealthy family and the newest addition to the exclusive King’s Club rowing team. Investigating the case, Murdoch finds dark secrets beneath a gleaming world of privilege.

Episode 9:Belly Speaker
Ostensibly researching a new detective novel, Arthur Conan Doyle returns to Toronto and meddles in a case involving a mad ventriloquist who seems to have murdered his father. Murdoch begins to suspect that the author has a hidden agenda.

Episode 10:Child’s Play
Who could have murdered Howard Rookwood? Everyone admired the well-known philanthropist, killed in the horse paddock of his glue factory. When suspicions fall on boys employed at the factory, Murdoch uncovers another side to the victim’s character.

Disc 4
Episode 11:Bad Medicine
After a mysterious hooded figure kills a prominent psychiatric researcher, Murdoch investigates the doctor’s former patients. The case grows more complex when a psychic warns Murdoch that the grim reaper will claim more victims—including the detective himself.

Episode 12:The Rebel and the Prince
The murder of a girl connected to the Irish Brotherhood leads police to suspect a plot against visiting Prince Alfred. Constable Crabtree joins the prince’s retinue and finds His Highness more than a handful to guard.

Episode 13:The Annoying Red Planet
When a reclusive woodworker and amateur astronomer is found hanging high in a tree, mounting evidence points to one conclusion: he was murdered by Martians. Constable Crabtree becomes convinced of an imminent alien invasion, but Murdoch searches for more earthly answers.
  • Episode commentary by stars Yannick Bisson and Jonny Harris, production designer Sandra Kybartas, and executive producer Cal Coons
  • Interviews with the author and cast
  • Photo gallery
  • Cast filmographies
  • Character bios
Packaging: Thinpak
Run Time: 598 minutes
Format: Widescreen
Number of discs: 4
Language: English
Subtitles: N/A
Color or B&W: Color
CC: No
SDH: Yes
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Rating: N/A
"Smart, fast-paced fun"—The Globe and Mail(Canada)

"The compelling performances of the cast help make the series absolutely addictive"—The Boston Event Guide

"Clever and smart"—Deseret News(Utah)

"This is a show that perhaps you haven’t heard much of, but it is truly outstanding. Check this out right away!"—Fort Bend Star(Texas)

"Excellent adventure"—Midwest Book Review
Gemini Award Winner for Best Original Music Score for a Program or Series (2008)

Gemini Award Winner for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Gavin Crawford, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Achievement in Casting (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Achievement in Make-up (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Dramatic Series (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series (Thomas Craig, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by and Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series (Jonny Harris, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Dmitry Chepovetsky, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Stephen McHattie, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Vincent Walsh, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance by and Actress in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series (Kate Trotter, 2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Photography in a Dramatic Program or Series (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Visual Effects (2008)

Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing in a Dramatic Series (2008)

Where it comes from

4 Stars

Dulci from KS on 2/11/2014 10:41:00 AM wrote:

What I enjoy about this series is watching Murdoch, intent on irrefutable answers, leans on new scientific discoveries, and methods, to solve crimes which he is eager to share with colleagues.

MURDOCH MYSTERIES !

5 Stars

PatnCat from VA on 1/7/2014 3:40:00 PM wrote:

Series one in a PACK was great! Gives me a chance to catch up with the rest of the world as I missed them on PBS!

murdock mysteries, season one

5 Stars

from CA on 12/17/2013 12:46:00 PM wrote:

this is one of the best shows on television, so i bought it to give to a family member for christmas so they can enjoy it, too.

Murdoch Mysteries Season 1

5 Stars

Pat Bunyard from TX on 11/4/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I enjoyed Season 1 and will plan to add more seasons to my collection later. The stories and actors were believable.

Really good TV

5 Stars

Jeanne S Lindley from SC on 10/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

First time I had seen Murdock. We do not get this program in our area. Really enjoyed the stories. The costumes are wonderful. Look forward to viewing more.

5 Stars

Beth Asigri from OR on 10/17/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Sharp! I love the portrayal of a Catholic detective! Awesome. Not only is the lead gorgeous but he is a penultimate Catholic bound by the goodness and control of the Church. His personal struggles are well acted in the face. The lead is one tremendous actor. ANd this is Canadian...nice surprise!

Murdock Mysteries Season 1

5 Stars

J and D from OH on 9/10/2013 8:59:00 PM wrote:

We rank mMurdock with Foyle's War as being great TV.

thanks

5 Stars

jane holtzen from KS on 8/5/2013 10:15:00 AM wrote:

I appreciate being introduced to these mysteries. Now I'm looking forward to seeing more!

Murdoch Mysteries, Season one

4 Stars

from IN on 8/2/2013 12:49:00 PM wrote:

I like English mysteries and found this to be quite good

Clever Murdoch

4 Stars

Jim Hartman from SC on 7/31/2013 12:19:00 PM wrote:

Enjoyed the episodes thoroughly and look forward to viewing the ones I haven't yet seen very soon. Characters are cleverly established and presented in a new type of mystery series.

Wild, Wild Toronto

4 Stars

John Burkley from OH on 6/25/2013 8:28:00 PM wrote:

I enjoy Murdoch and the series. He reminds me of the "Wild, Wild West" series we had years ago, but in a Canadian setting.

Murdoch Mysteries

2 Stars

Mary Field from ME on 5/31/2013 9:41:00 PM wrote:

Bought it because it was offered on sale when we purchased another series. Lukewarm series.

Murdoch Mysteries

2 Stars

from ON on 5/31/2013 9:41:00 PM wrote:

Bought it because it was offered on sale when we purchased another series. Lukewarm series.

Murdoch Mysteries

2 Stars

Julie Peterson from CA on 5/31/2013 9:41:00 PM wrote:

Bought it because it was offered on sale when we purchased another series. Lukewarm series.

Murdoch Mysteries

2 Stars

Theresa - British drama, thriller, science fiction and mystery f from MD on 5/31/2013 9:41:00 PM wrote:

Bought it because it was offered on sale when we purchased another series. Lukewarm series.

Murdoch Mysteries

2 Stars

Susan Higgins from ME on 5/31/2013 9:41:00 PM wrote:

Bought it because it was offered on sale when we purchased another series. Lukewarm series.

Murdoch Mysteries

2 Stars

Dianna from AR on 5/31/2013 9:41:00 PM wrote:

Bought it because it was offered on sale when we purchased another series. Lukewarm series.

Murdoch Mysteries

2 Stars

from on 5/31/2013 9:41:00 PM wrote:

Bought it because it was offered on sale when we purchased another series. Lukewarm series.

Murdoch Mysteries

2 Stars

Edmond Morais from BC on 5/31/2013 9:41:00 PM wrote:

Bought it because it was offered on sale when we purchased another series. Lukewarm series.

Murdoch Mysteries

2 Stars

Edmond Morais from BC on 5/31/2013 9:41:00 PM wrote:

Bought it because it was offered on sale when we purchased another series. Lukewarm series.

Murdoch Mysteries

2 Stars

I love a good mystery! from GA on 5/31/2013 9:41:00 PM wrote:

Bought it because it was offered on sale when we purchased another series. Lukewarm series.

Murdoch Mysteries

2 Stars

Terry from SC on 5/31/2013 9:41:00 PM wrote:

Bought it because it was offered on sale when we purchased another series. Lukewarm series.

Murdoch Mysteries

2 Stars

Freidrich Von Lessenger-Reaves from NY on 5/31/2013 9:41:00 PM wrote:

Bought it because it was offered on sale when we purchased another series. Lukewarm series.

Murdoch Mysteries

2 Stars

stel zie from MI on 5/31/2013 9:41:00 PM wrote:

Bought it because it was offered on sale when we purchased another series. Lukewarm series.

Murdoch Mysteries

2 Stars

Noni from GA on 5/31/2013 9:41:00 PM wrote:

Bought it because it was offered on sale when we purchased another series. Lukewarm series.

Murdoch Mysteries

2 Stars

Bill J from OH on 5/31/2013 9:41:00 PM wrote:

Bought it because it was offered on sale when we purchased another series. Lukewarm series.

New Murdoch watcher

4 Stars

Eclectic mystery fan from VA on 4/25/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Had never seen the show before ordering the DVD set. Found it's a pleasant way to pass the time, and good value.

Electricity, phones, and fingermarks, oh my!

5 Stars

Mountain Weatherby from NC on 4/4/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Detective thrills in the Age of Invention. Glad it was portrayed in Toronto, on the edge of civilization. Allows characters to develop as people instead of pawns in a concrete jungle like New York...

Why I bought "Murdoch"

4 Stars

Lavonna Stroud from IL on 3/21/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

While good humor is my favorite story line, I also like a good mystery. Watched the first "Murdoch" today and can't wait till I can sit down with the next one.(And having the background of the old city buildings is A+!!)

Love the Mystery

5 Stars

Leu from OH on 3/21/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Love the Mystery Series on PBS. Glad I can get the shows that our local stations do not show. I ordered the Murdock Mysteries Dvd and it came very quickly.

murdoch 1

5 Stars

jack from NH on 3/21/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

a " gentle" murder mystery series

Love the Mystery

5 Stars

Leu from OH on 3/21/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Love the Mystery Series on PBS. Glad I can get the shows that our local stations do not show. I ordered the Murdock Mysteries Dvd and it came very quickly.

Excellent product, marvelous price!

5 Stars

Helen F. from IA on 3/21/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Murdoch was a series I had never seen, before having Acorn TV., and I love it. Up to snuff as always, Acorn has the best. (Programming as well as pricing!) Quality of the DVD's when playing is unsurpassed. Thanks.

Great mystery series!

5 Stars

Mattiealex from CO on 3/21/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Murdock Mysteries are delightful! Watching Murdock invent and use early crime-solving tools and techniques is fascinating. It also never gets boring to watch Murdock ride his bicycle to each and every crime scene!! A fun series !

Murdoch Mysteries, Season One

5 Stars

Mark Raisner from PA on 3/20/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I love this series! The great intro price for season one by Acorn has me hooked! I will be making more purchases for this one!

Murdoch Mysteries, Season One

5 Stars

KathyM from NY on 3/20/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I love this series! The great intro price for season one by Acorn has me hooked! I will be making more purchases for this one!

Murdoch Mysteries, Season One

5 Stars

from IL on 3/20/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I love this series! The great intro price for season one by Acorn has me hooked! I will be making more purchases for this one!

Good job, Acorn!

5 Stars

Lorna Jaggers from TX on 3/20/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Murdoch Mysteries, Season One arrived in perfect shape and I'm looking forward to continuing to watch Murdoch. Love the show and I was happy to be able to purchase Season One at such a reason price on the 9.99 sale!

Murdoch Mysteries Season One

5 Stars

Darlene from NJ on 3/20/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Enjoying the series, never saw it on TV

Murdoch Mysteries, Season One

5 Stars

Sallie Culbertson from SC on 3/20/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I love this series! The great intro price for season one by Acorn has me hooked! I will be making more purchases for this one!

I liked the story, the people, the place. very good

5 Stars

Marsha Powell from OR on 3/20/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I liked this series, I bought it for my granddaughter who has not seen all of it yet, but sure she would love it tol

murdoch mysteries

4 Stars

Carl Asszony from NJ on 3/20/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Enjoyed the Murdoch Mysteries. Great price and the added feature of closed captioning. Also purchased Inspector Lewis series. ACORN is a reliable company to deal with. Looking forward to other sales.

Murdach Mysteries Season 1

5 Stars

Joseph Curran Jr from NY on 3/20/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

5 Stars to Acorn for brings British TV that we would not normally see here in the US.

murdoch mysteries

4 Stars

shirley from WY on 3/20/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Enjoyed the Murdoch Mysteries. Great price and the added feature of closed captioning. Also purchased Inspector Lewis series. ACORN is a reliable company to deal with. Looking forward to other sales.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season One

5 Stars

Phil from PA on 3/20/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I love this series! The great intro price for season one by Acorn has me hooked! I will be making more purchases for this one!

Murdoch mysteries

5 Stars

Donna from MN on 3/20/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I bought it for my 24 year old daughter after she had rented some from our library and really liked the series. It was offered at an excellent price with free shipping. She has already seen them but we are the type to watch things over and over again.

Love Detective Murdoch

5 Stars

Kathy from IA on 2/23/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I'd been putting off getting the Murdoch Mysteries but Season One was on sale at a great price so I took the plunge. I'm very glad I did. These are very entertaining and informative stories. You get an education along with your entertainment.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 1

5 Stars

janie from AL on 2/20/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Had seen Murdoch on PBS Masterpiece & enjoyed it. Murdoch believes in using science & scientific procedures such as taking finger 'marks' as clues. Its a mix of murder mystery and historical fact & fantasy. For ex. when characters like Nikoli Tesla and Arthur Conan Doyle appear in the show. It is historically true that both men did spend time in Toronto(where Murdoch is based) but of course no evidence of working a detective named Murdoch. Entertaining without weighing the viewer down.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 1

5 Stars

Richard Currier from UT on 2/20/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Had seen Murdoch on PBS Masterpiece & enjoyed it. Murdoch believes in using science & scientific procedures such as taking finger 'marks' as clues. Its a mix of murder mystery and historical fact & fantasy. For ex. when characters like Nikoli Tesla and Arthur Conan Doyle appear in the show. It is historically true that both men did spend time in Toronto(where Murdoch is based) but of course no evidence of working a detective named Murdoch. Entertaining without weighing the viewer down.

murdoch

5 Stars

jane austen from MO on 2/16/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

this version of Murdoch mysteries is different but very good entertainment. there are lots of different characters and murdochs approach to solving is different. I like it a lot and have all series.

4 Stars

Catherine Smith from AR on 1/29/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Never heard of them before now, but thoroughly enjoyed the tapes. Will buy again.

In love with Murdock

5 Stars

MercyG from FL on 1/29/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Saw the 4th season of this series and fell in love with it. The combination of a turn of the century detective with all the references to the future and a great cast makes this series a lot of fun.

We love it

5 Stars

Carlene from CA on 1/24/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Each episode is fun. Occasional historical figures (i.e.Tesla. Houdini, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle etc), 1890's cutting edge science (CSI style), Very likable, intelligent, adventuresome good guys. The bad guys are villians. The plots are good "who done it's" and without profanity (a little light spicy cursing) or gratuitous sex or violence. Just good fun.

Murdock Mysteries

2 Stars

Joan from CA on 1/18/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This was a new series to me, and I'm glad I got to try it out in the sampler because I don't like the stories. This is the only DVD in the sampler that I didn't like.

Murdock Mysteries

2 Stars

Jan from OH on 1/18/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This was a new series to me, and I'm glad I got to try it out in the sampler because I don't like the stories. This is the only DVD in the sampler that I didn't like.

Murdock Mysteries

2 Stars

from NJ on 1/18/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This was a new series to me, and I'm glad I got to try it out in the sampler because I don't like the stories. This is the only DVD in the sampler that I didn't like.

5 Stars

L. Walker from TN on 1/16/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Have only watched one of this set of DVDs. Loved it. I like the "newly" discovered forensics he uses. Will let you know later after I have watched the set.

5 Stars

from GA on 1/5/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

excellent series - very entertaining!

Murdoch Mysteries season 1

5 Stars

from MO on 11/26/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

received Acorn catalog, have enjoyed Agatha Christie series

Murdoch Mysteries, Poirot, Foyles War, Ms. Marple, Midsomer Murders

5 Stars

Dawn Nehrbass from WI on 11/24/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I'm writing this review for the sampler package. I bought it for a Christmas present for my husband. We enjoy these mysteries & are always sad to see them wrap up. Acorn is a place where one can get pretty much any one you want for future use. Thanks - & the sampler package is a bargain to be sure. I know he (&I) will enjoy these DVDs.

Murdoch Mysteries, Poirot, Foyles War, Ms. Marple, Midsomer Murders

5 Stars

Dawn Nehrbass from WI on 11/24/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I'm writing this review for the sampler package. I bought it for a Christmas present for my husband. We enjoy these mysteries & are always sad to see them wrap up. Acorn is a place where one can get pretty much any one you want for future use. Thanks - & the sampler package is a bargain to be sure. I know he (&I) will enjoy these DVDs.

Absolutely great -- BUT

5 Stars

MC from FL on 11/23/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I have again to say that at times the background music is just too loud .. how can we tone it down? It is very distracting and takes away from the excellence of the program. Still, next time they go on sale, I shall be ready to get other series.

4 Stars

andy from CO on 11/22/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

we like mysteries and this package has a good variety and was bought at a great price. We like the volume of shows included which will keep us entertained for some time. Thank you.

murdock

4 Stars

chris from OR on 10/31/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

clever. did internet research to check the history and learned there was fact in the movie

.First Time

4 Stars

Mary O from OR on 10/30/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This is the first time that I was exposed to the "Murdoch Mysteries" program. I enjoyed them very much. They were well written and very imaginative.

5 Stars

Judy Fontana from IL on 10/16/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Terrific show. An early forensic scientist who is shy, smart and handsome. The stories are interesting and not so gruesome as many American shows. This one is Canadian.

5 Stars

from IL on 10/16/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I bought it because it was recommended to me and I really enjoyed the early forensic information and the unique way a story based in Canada can me.

New Find

5 Stars

MJMacie from SC on 10/2/2012 11:41:00 AM wrote:

I'd never seen the Murdoch Mysteries and loved them. Also, the disks were sent to me in perfect condition and played beautifully.

Great Period Piece

5 Stars

Bucky & Patti from GA on 10/1/2012 12:23:00 PM wrote:

We are enjoying the scenery and period costumes and buildings as well as the interesting stories. We are limiting ourselves to only one episode at a time, but we have ordred the other seasons also.

4 Stars

Nona Sale from LA on 9/25/2012 6:31:37 PM wrote:

Had never watched this series before, but really enjoy it.

Murdoch Mysteries Season 1

4 Stars

Nan Retired teacher from OR on 5/19/2012 7:24:00 PM wrote:

Good value. Enjoyable mysteries.

thumbs up

3 Stars

from NM on 5/7/2012 11:02:00 PM wrote:

A bit hard to get into, but an excellent period piece with good laughs at its tongue in cheek approach.

Great show

5 Stars

DavidC from NJ on 11/26/2011 6:08:00 PM wrote:

Love the mix of Victorian times and science. Well done. Have only seen season 1, look forward to seeing more.

Excellent Stories Interesting Characters

5 Stars

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