In the 1890's, Detective William Murdoch adopts modern techniques like 'finger marks' and forensics to track Toronto's most sinister killers. Though derided by his skeptical boss, Murdoch finds friends and allies in a lovely pathologist and an eager-to-learn constable. Along the way they cross paths with some of the era's most famous figures, including Nikola Tesla, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Prince Alfred.
Following the shocking cliffhanger last season, Station House Number Four attempts to clear Murdoch's name after he is arrested for murder. Along the way, they encounter the greatest minds of the time, including Helen Keller, Alexander Graham Bell and Theodore Roosevelt.
The year is 1921. While communism and prohibition are debated in speakeasies, society will never be the same, and crime has never had it better. A new age calls for a new kind of detective and the women of Drake Private Detectives fit the bill.
Set in 1920s Toronto, the series follows the city's only female private detectives as they take on cases the police don't want to touch. In a time of change and hopefulness, their gender is their biggest advantage as they defy expectations and rebel against convention. The Private Detectives take on cases that explore every cross-section of Toronto, from gospel church choirs, bathing beauties and the early cinema scene, to the homes and private parties...
Winningly clever and playful, this acclaimed Canadian series returns with new mysteries set in Edwardian-era Toronto. In Season Nine, Detective William Murdoch and his wife, Dr. Julia Ogden, plan their dream home; Constable Crabtree faces dire consequences for his decisions; and Dr. Emily Grace experiences a personal crisis. Meanwhile, Inspector Brackenreid endures an eccentric houseguest, and a new morgue cleaner turned lab attendant brings fresh...
Set in 1920s Toronto, the series follows the adventures of Frankie Drake and her partner Trudy Clarke at Drake Private Detectives, the city's only all-female detective agency, as they find themselves fighting crime in the age of flyboys, gangsters, rum-runners, and speakeasies.
Cutting-edge Victorian science meets cunningly plotted mystery in this award-winning Canadian TV drama. William Murdoch is a detective in Toronto in 1895, using new forensic techniques like fingerprinting and psychological profiling. He crosses paths with famous figures including Arthur Conan Doyle, and H.G. Wells.
14) The sounds
Set against the stunning Marlborough Sounds in New Zealand, this twisty thriller follows a married couple looking to start a new life. But when Maggie joins her husband, Tom, in an idyllic small town halfway around the world, their reunion proves short-lived. As Maggie discovers Tom's secrets, she begins to plumb the dark depths of paradise.
Dashing detective William Murdoch must solve a holiday whodunit in this feature-length special of the award-winning mystery series set in Edwardian Toronto. Days before Christmas, Murdoch and his wife, Dr. Julia Ogden, travel to Victoria, British Columbia, to spend time with Murdoch's eccentric brother. But instead of a relaxing holiday with Jasper and his family, they end up investigating a murder at an archaeological site.
In Toronto during the 1920s, four female detectives continue to rebel against gender norms by taking on the cases not even the police want to touch. From the wilderness to the world of high society, an underground cabaret to a candy factory, the women navigate their personal and private lives together.