Here and Now Toronto | Aug 23, 2013 | 5:19

"Murdoch Mysteries" at FanExpo

Once a year, ComicCon heads North to Toronto for FanExpo. And some of the cast from CBC's "Murdoch Mysteries" is in attendance. We heard from leading lady Helene Joy, who plays Dr. Julia Ogden.

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