Everything about Murdoch Mysteries, eh?

In the news: Murdoch Mysteries films in Bristol

From thisisbristol.co.uk:

  • Canadian TV show Murdoch Mysteries film episode around Bristol landmarks
    “The episode sees the titular hero Detective William Murdoch in Bristol trying to stop an assassination. His co-star for this episode was Lisa Faulkner, a British actress most famous for dying a particularly gruesome death in the BBC1 spy drama Spooks. The episode was filmed for the series’ forthcoming third season.” Read more.
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In the news: Murdoch Mysteries production tidbit

From Karena Walter of the St. Catharines Standard:

  • TV show filmed at Ball’s Falls
    “Location manager Greg McMaster said the period element adds an extra challenge. There can’t be anything that looks like it’s post-1897 in the shots, such as street lights and concrete. ‘A set like Ball’s Falls is ideal because it’s eliminated most of that already,’ McMaster said.” Read more.
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In the news: ‘Toronto the Good’ shines in Murdoch Mysteries

From Torontoist:

  • Televising Toronto the Good
    “Murdoch Mysteries, the Shaftesbury Films–produced television show that follows the exploits of William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson)—the Victorian detective first encountered in the best-selling novels of Maureen Jennings—helps bring this other side of Toronto’s history to life. Currently riding a wave of success, the multiple Gemini-nominated show just got renewed for a third season on Citytv and will begin being aired on American Public Television at the end of the month. Season one was released on DVD earlier this week.” Read more.
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DVD review: Murdoch Mysteries season one

From Paul Mavis of DVD Talk:

  • Murdoch Mysteries – Season One
    “Playing very much like Sherlock Holmes Meets CSI, Murdoch Mysteries – Season One has that stolid deliberateness of many Canadian dramas, along with a spotty budget that delivers a sometimes wobbly production design. But in the long run, it should be all about the mysteries, and they’re certainly nothing special. The cast, with the exception of the wonderful Thomas Craig (from Coronation Street), is fairly colorless, as well.” Read more.
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