From Melissa Hank of Postmedia News:
Fine Tuning: Murdoch Mysteries
There’s something charming about Murdoch Mysteries. The Victorian-era police drama is low-tech in an age of high-tech, more demure than your average shoot ’n’ splatter cop show, and certainly the most meticulously costumed of the bunch. It’s the difference between Audrey Hepburn and the latest troubled starlet of the week — and you never have to worry about a nip slip to boot. Continue reading.
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