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A Victorian-era Toronto detective uses then-cutting edge forensic techniques to solve crimes, with the assistance of a female coroner who is also struggling for recognition in the face of tradition. Based on the books by Maureen Jennings.
Murdoch Mysteries season 11 is the regular season of the popular detective series from the CBC channel. The events of the TV series take place in Toronto at the end of the 19th century. The main character is a talented detective William Murdoch. He uses unusual methods of investigation for his time: searching for evidence, comparing fingerprints, chemical analysis of blood, external observation… Detective Murdoch still investigats mysteries, crimes plunging into the history of Canada in the new season 11. The final of the season 10 left a lot of open questions. And new episodes should tell us the fate of the heroes after the tragic events. It will be interesting and very exciting. Moreover, William Murdoch will meet many historical figures, such as: Canadian physician Sir William Osler, political activist and excellent writer Helen Keller, Canadian artist Tom Thomson with a colorful life and a strange death, President Theodore Roosevelt, who is one of the most popular politicians in history America, the great scientist and inventor Alexander Graham Bell, who made one of the greatest inventions of the world – the phone and many others, in the new episodes of season 11 Murdoch Mysteries.Read more »
The action of Murdoch Mysteries season 12 takes us back to Toronto in the late 19th century, where a series of mysterious murders take place. The investigation of these crimes is still dealt with by William Murdoch, who uses in his work such outlandish science as forensic science. This self-confident and charismatic man, along with forensic doctor Julia Ogden, continue to investigate the most complex and intricate crimes. Murdoch manages to find evidence and interrogate witnesses so as to accurately reach out to the criminal.Read more »