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Win a 2016 Murdoch Mysteries calendar

The new year is upon us, and what better way to celebrate 2016 than with a Murdoch Mysteries calendar? Courtesy of TV, Eh? and Shaftesbury, this 16-month calendar features 12 full months, plus four small bonus months boasting images from beloved episodes from the last two years.

Winning this calendar couldn’t be easier! Simply comment below listing your favourite Murdoch Mysteries episode of all time—including the episode title, a short episode synopsis and why it’s your favourite. We’ll select a random winner from the comments. The contest closes on Friday, Jan. 8, at 3 p.m. ET/noon PT, so get typing. And don’t forget to vote for Murdoch Mysteries in our TV Ehwards poll!

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Prior to becoming a television critic and partner at TV, Eh?, Greg David was a critic for TV Guide Canada, the country's most trusted source for TV news. He has interviewed television actors, actresses and behind-the-scenes folks from countless programs. Survivor winners, Donald Trump, Jerry Bruckheimer ... he has interviewed (literally) hundreds of TV people over the course of his career. He is a past member of the Television Critics Association.
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14 thoughts on “Win a 2016 Murdoch Mysteries calendar”

  1. The Murdoch Identity: Murdoch is in Bristol, England with no memory and is trying to stop an assassination while trying to remember who he is. Back in Toronto, station four is trying to find Detective Murdoch. This is my favourite episode because it’s actually the first episode I remember watching of Murdoch Mysteries.

  2. All of them are my favourite shows! First show of the Murdoch Mysteries got me hooked on the series! Interesting how they introduce the characters in the first show and how Murdoch had to figure out his identity. Love the show!

  3. Too many to choose from !! I guess I’d pick S5 E1 “Murdoch of the Klondike” where he’s self-exiled to ‘find himself’ again, he is in prospecting garb and lost all his usual ‘stuffiness’. Being on a personal ‘walk-about’ in the Yukon to do it, just seemed so very ‘Canadian’ and humanly vulnerable.

  4. The Murdoch Trap is my favorite episode because it brings out the hopeless romantic in me. What could be more tragic, loving, hopeless and hopeful all in one moment but when Murdoch must choose to either kill himself by releasing carbon monoxide to save his beloved ( and falsely convicted) Julia or save himself and not pick up that telephone!!

  5. I loved the new Christmas episode, I laughed every time someone said Krampus, and it was said a lot. I laughed a lot. Thanks for that Shaftsbury.

  6. My favourite episode is “What lies beneath” where a skeleton is found buried under the concrete floor of the basement in Station House no 4. I loved the showdown between Murdoch and Giles. Great scenes between two great actors who seemed to bring out the best in each other. Truly memorable.

  7. Series 4’s ‘Confederate Treasure’. It’s got Peter Keleghan’s suave and sinister Meyers and it even features Wilfred Laurier… plus some extra-historical csoss-border treasure hunting.

  8. My favourite episode is from season 5, ‘Who Killed the Electric Carriage’. I use this episode as an introduction to our discussion about electric cars in my science class. It also gets them hooked on the show!!! Support Canadian programming!!! Science and history shows are cooler than pseudo-reality tv!!! Go CBC, Yannick Bisson, Helene Joy, Thomas Craig, and Jonny Harris.

  9. It’s hard to chose but my favourite episode is the incurables, with Doctor Ogden and Murdoch investigating a murder of a nurse at the asylum, they reunite with some of the previous murderess. With Rose Maxwell seeking revenge on Julia for surviving the cabin ( episode : Friday the 13th 1901 ). Later on Julia gets traped with the patients and while Rose is attacking Julia [ but Julia is one hard girl to beat! ] Murdoch races to the asylum where he has to let Eva Pierce escape the asylum to save Julia. It’s my favourite episode because we get to see all the old best villains in one amazing episode that’s scary but not to scary.

  10. Holy Matrimony Murdoch! Love that they finally got married. Even though in true Murdoch fashion they almost missed their own wedding to solve a case.

  11. My favourite episode is “Murdoch and The Temple of Death”. The episode was filmed in one of the most beautiful spots in Ontario which is the Thomas Foster Memorial in Uxbridge Ontario.
    In addition to the great acting as usual, the special effects done for the show reminiscent of the Indiana Jones movies.
    Inspector Brackenreid and his sons find a body in the river when they are fishing. Detective Murdoch and Constable Crabtree not only locate where the man was shopping in Markham, but Detective Murdoch invented a system for aerial photography using a balloon. They find the Temple of Death and the alleged troll that is protecting it.

  12. My favorite would be “Twentieth Century Murdoch”, in which Murdoch investigates a man claiming to have built a time machine. It’s my favourite mostly for the New Year’s Eve party at the end, at which Julia appears. Hélène Joy looks absolutely stunning and the scene, which features the revelation that she’s left her husband, will warm any William & Julia “shipper’s” heart.

  13. My favourite would have to be from Season 6 when William Murdoch meets Arthur Conan Doyle in ‘A Study in Sherlock’. It’s always a treat when Murdoch interacts with real historical figures but in this case, not only does he do so with Doyle but he is also involved with Doyle’s most famous creation, Sherlock Holmes – or someone who claims to be the famous literary sleuth and seemingly gets in Murdoch’s way during an investigation.

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