lilgto1966 are you homosexual? This show has some critical words towards homosexuality, calling them "saphists" "nancy" and "homosexual", instead of the better word "gay". Apparently the only people who are unhappy with this must be homosexual themselves.
So tonight again I was one of many thousands of Christians who were offended by your actors, both women, kissing each other. Sir may I remind you that there are children watching your program also. But maybe it doesn't matter to you as long as you get a pay check, right? Up until recently when the supreme court rule for gay marriage, this was and still is predominately a Christian nation. You think because the courts passed the law for this hideous sin that its ok to publish it on air as the norm. Well sirs you have failed and don't expect your ratings to go up. You can take this mans word for it, because It Will Go Down! You have a good program, why do you have to go and ruin it but this type of filth? So today was the last time I attempted to watch this program. When girls start kissing each other on TV, I quit watching. Watch how your ratings go down. Remember I told you so. God in heaven is not pleased with this type of programming and don't think he can't take your ratings down.
my friends and i would like to watch this series. there is one problem and so far i haven't seen anyone mention the fact. the dialogue isn't to be heard most of the time-- the music overwhelms. it is so loud that the volume needs to be turned lower.
as i said we would love to be able to watch this series but have turned off the program because of the loudness and being unable to hear the dialogue.
Found it on Netflix, but they Only show they have 39 episodes[What's with That, Netflix?].
Love the whole cast! Wonderfully written/acted/displayed[props/scenery/cinematography]!
Love the entendres.....
Please Netflix, Get More Episodes!
EspeciallyTheLies: "Murdoch is too nice to be realistic and appears to have no It's 19th century Victorian Toronto, Of Course he Seems Too Nice... That was 19th century Victorian Age! He Does have flaws, you just have to pay closer attention....
lilgto1966: While I appreciate your stand against profanity, I do appreciate Realism, Even if it happens be Harsh or Offensive.... I Too, am a Christian, and while I abhor the use of GD, I do Realise we are All just Human, and we Do sometimes use Poor language as a means to Either get to the Point, or as a Result of Emotion[s].... If Murdoch was the one whom used the GD wordage[I haven't seen that episode yet], then That proves he's Human And has Flaws, but it does Not show him to Not be a Christian, as his Character is a Most Devout Catholic...
Season 8 of Murdoch Mysteries I have found very enjoyable! Last night's episode was edgy and had lots of plot twists and turns. The actors are genuine. This also with the realistic settings and costumes makes the show very authentic. I am a fan and know there are many more Murdoch Mysteries to tell. Lots more things will unravel this season. I commend all the actors, writers and crew on their fine work. Continued success to Murdoch Mysteries. Living in Ontario I thoroughly enjoy all the location shoots of the beautiful province I live in. Regards Marilynn Monnier.
Artistic cinematography, scenes are well shot and lit.
Well constructed costumes, they seem time appropriate and suit the character wearing them.
Realistic sets, they make you feel like you're there.
The plot is not too bad.
The characters bore me and I have no sympathy with them which to me is unforgivable in a show. Murdock is so clever he can make others look stupid, he is too nice to be realistic and he appears to have no flaws. The main villain seems irredeemable; he is an eccentric sadist, who is either scheming or manipulating people all the time because... he is evil (which is a stupid reason)! So he must be completely bad and unforgivable because complex characters are so droll (Sarcasm). I also hated how they added homosexuality to his list of flaws in what appears to be a failed attempt to make him edgy. DS9 had flawed, deep and complex characters.
The dialogue irks me too. The very worst line to me was the one about Coffee not catching on and the way in which it was delivered. It felt like it was winking at the audience and didn't sound natural to me. Mad Men is much better at referencing at the future . copy machines). However there are exceptions; I did enjoy hearing about the blonde lady speak about her father and I did feel bad for her to do the autopsy on him but it was an exception.
I admit to not having seen many episodes, I apologize for not remembering all the characters names, I understand that some of you are fans of the show and all the power to you, it's just not for me and I merely wanted to show an alternate perspective. Have a nice day. :)
He's the reason I found this show. Hated I couldn't watch it in the US, but tickled Amazon Prime is carrying it.... completely hooked on the show. Love Helene Joy, too... will be watching for both of these fine actors in other stuff.
This is a great Canadian show and I guess it has not really been discovered yet in the US. It is a detective murder-mystery type show with great characters, period costumes, interesting historical content and a love story/ sexual tension thing going on between Murdoch and Dr. Ogden to rival the likes of Bones, Castle and Mulder and Scully ( well not quite in their league) but close....
This site only lists Season 5 as having 8 episodes but it actually has 13 and they are being shown again on CBC this fall. Season 6 is supposed to air in January 2013.
Ok so I don't know if this will be the last Murdoch episode ever but I just wanted to say how much I have enjoyed watching the show. I've followed William Murdoch's adventures right from the begining and have loved every moment, proving to me at least good writing and acting will always outshine the more effects laden, blood thirsty shows common nowadays. Without wanting to give to much away the way S5 ended was absolutely pitch perfect (I'm still smiling thinking about it) and if this is the end then other shows take note this is how you treat both characters and long suffering audience alike with both affection and respect after all everyone loves a happy ending don't they. If there is a season 6 then I await it eagerly if not then I reckon Murdoch 's gone out at the top, head held high and shoulders back having done themselves and Canada proud.
I have to follow this show online as best I can. I am a huge fan of Yannick Bisson and I think he is perfect for the role of Detective Murdoch. I love how Murdoch is ahead of his time in forensic investigation. It makes the Victorian age mystery that much better. I was excited to hear that they are doing a season six and I hope they will keep it going for a long while.
I absolutely love this show. Hope it'll stay around for a very long time and bring continuously high quality of entertainment. If you like Sherlock Holmes and the era in which that show takes play you would love The Murdoch Mysteries. The scenery is wonderful, and the cast is great, but really what this is about are the mysteries and how they are solved and this is where Murdoch shine. The cases bring forward lots of history, involves the foundation of forensic and are realistically solved by a bright detective Murdoch. Give the show a chance, watch a few episodes and get caught up in this marvelous show.
From the moment Detective Murdoch hops on his bicycle to speed away to a crime scene I am hooked on this unabashedly, unapologetically and delightedly Canadian approach to crime solving. Yannic's portrayal as a very intense and intelligent, if somewhat naïve young sleuth is evidenced Murdoch's approach to investigating crime and the interaction between Murdoch and the lady coroner. The characters surrounding Murdoch in the police station are believable and add to the interest. Yannic and friends are welcome in my home via my television, or if it pleases them to do so in person, at any time. I have great hopes that Murdoch Mysteries gets the attention and support it deserves to keep it coming into our homes.
I was THRILLED to read this announcement: "Murdoch Mysteries has been renewed"
I watched the first season (which was only 3 episodes) on TV ```4``` years ago!!!!! And I have been waiting ever since. I lost all hope and stopped searching when a week ago I found out that it has been renewed and airing since JANUARY!!!! So I pulled my strings and got me self hooked on satellite TV ;) I just LOVE this show. I love the fact that there is no technology, no computers, no DNA, not even fingerprints to help the detective. Do not get me wrong, I LOVE technology. But It's fun to see how mysteries could be solved without it. It is more challenging this way ;)
Yannick Bisson who plays the main character is an astounding actor. And his freakish resemblance to Peter O'Toole is BIG plus!!! Sometimes I think it is a young Peter I watch on TV and not Yannick. Creepy. :D
I am so happy it is renewed and as I see here on tv.com it seem to be renewed for a 3rd season as well. Oh good times :D :D
This is the sort of show I like to watch when the day has been a bad one. It's got a really good cast, enough humour to be satisfying and has good little mysteries. This will never be a Criminal Minds or CSI as the show is far more gentle than that. This is the sort of programme that recalls a time of Agatha Christie where really bad things don't happen all that often. The stories are good in that they intrigue and always have a good explanation. You are never left going 'eh?' at the end. The characters are sympathetic and well portrayed. At first I was unsure about Yannick Bisson, having been used to a previous portrayal of Murdoch, but I have to say that I think he is doing an exceptional job and I have warmed to him greatly. Overall, this is good stuff. It will never be gritty or 'true life' but hey, after a bad day at work, this is exactly the kind of show I want to lose myself in. If you want grit, go watch Criminal Minds. If you want something a little more gentle that will make you smile, this is the show for you.
Its really interesting to see the morals and morays of the late 1800's as it applies to your own city...albeit with a dose of artistic license.
Its a police drama with an early stab at forensics as well as women's and civil rights thrown in for good measure. It must be difficult to come up with the stories, or at least to be able to substantiate them and keep them in period, each week. And yet I have enjoyed the storyline in each episode as much as the one before. At this point its more of a procedural drama than a character driven one, but now that a second season is confirmed, perhaps we will get to know the individuals on a more "personal" level.
Detective Murdoch is a man ahead of his time, using forward-thinking technology - like fingerprinting - in his policework. He encounters suspicion, hostility and powerful class barriers in his slow study of the crimes, and finds himself emotionally involved with both a prostitute and one of the first female medical examiners of the time. This show amazed me from the beginning, with the overwhelming sense of atmosphere and attention to detail apparent at every turn. The period costumes and attitudes are accurate enough to cause some discomfort to the modern mentality. It seems almost impossible to get information on this series, which is a shame as I loved it when I got to watch it a couple years ago and I wouldn't mind owning it on DVD.
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