It truly is the most wonderful time of the year, as Murdoch Mysteries‘ two-hour holiday special, “Once Upon a Murdoch Christmas” approaches. Written by Paul Aitken, Carol Hay and Michelle Ricci and directed by T.W. Peacocke, CBC says the following:
It’s four days ‘til Christmas, and with no snow on the streets of Toronto, spirits are low until two bombastic businessmen barge into Station House No. 4 with a far-fetched story about a train robbery – a bandit is trying to steal Christmas! Murdoch is baffled but soon, more impossible robberies have him giving chase around the city. Crabtree is convinced the bandit is based on his latest fictional hero but Brackenreid dismisses this outlandish theory. Meanwhile, Constable Jackson forms a Station House No. 4 choir, but with only a few days to whip the singing constables into shape he begs Rebecca James for help. And Ogden finds herself mysteriously spirited away after a family of children who need her help mistake her for a storybook heroine. Stories collide on Christmas Eve – and once again, Murdoch must find a way to pull off a Christmas miracle.
CBC has given us an early Christmas present by revealing the following seven images to get you in the holiday mood! Let me know what you think of the storyline, and images, by commenting below!
Murdoch Mysteries‘ “Once Upon a Murdoch Christmas” airs Monday, Dec. 12, at 8 p.m. on CBC, with an encore broadcast on Christmas Day, Sunday, December 25, at 5 p.m.
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