Underwater scenes are easy to shoot, right?
Writer Adam Barken discusses his “spy vs spy” narrative and how it reflects current world affairs
Three-time Brier and World Curling Champion Wayne Middaugh discusses the evolution of curling, while the actors share their varied experiences with the sport
Murdoch Mysteries amps up the gore in this homage to slasher movies.
Once again, Murdoch Mysteries references history with the introduction of real-life con artist Cassie Chadwick.
There's a lot of unfinished business in the world of Murdoch Mysteries, and this episode delves into Murdoch and Ogden's professional and personal history
Writer Simon McNabb outlines his inspirations, including the real theory of mole people
och gets musical with this look at the history of the ragtime genre and how it fits into the era of the series
Murdoch’s most notorious rival, James Gillies, returns once again to torment Murdoch and Ogden.
Murdoch Mysteries visits the Rock in this episode featuring Republic of Doyle’s Allan Hawco as rascal “Jacob Doyle,” complete with a 1901 GTO
You’ve heard of the Loch Ness Monster, but did you know that there have been sightings of mysterious creatures in lakes across Canada?
Learn about how one “wrangles” actors of the eight-legged persuasion, and what the cast members truly fear.
Murdoch Mysteries meets Night of the Living Dead in this spooky episode directed by Yannick Bisson himself
Infamous detective Sherlock Holmes finds himself entwined in another of Murdoch's cases this season. Writer Carol Hay talks about why they brought him back into Murdoch's world
Prop master Craig Grant offers insight into the creation of the period-appropriate props used in the episode
Cycling was the pre-eminent competitive sport in the early 1900s, but, like today, was not without a dark side.
Take a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Murdoch Ahoy aboard the SS Keewatin