From Bill Brownstein of the Montreal Gazette:
Link: Murdoch Mysteries’ Yannick Bisson raises a glass to the detective show’s 11th season
“The big part of that Victorian era, particularly in Canada, was people being more cultured and not being in the colonies and barbaric. It was all about etiquette and being proper and social graces. We have tried to embrace that in the show. There have been hundreds of great actors who have auditioned for our show, but not everybody has been able to impart that period and that sensibility. It does present its challenges.” Continue reading.
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