Prepare for a much darker Murdoch Mysteries: star Yannick Bisson discusses upcoming season

A period crime drama for families? The star of Murdoch Mysteries explains its lasting appeal.
Murdoch Mysteries star Yannick Bisson and Tom Power in the q studios in Toronto, Ont. (Melody Lau/CBC)

With the 11th season of Murdoch Mysteries hitting CBC TV on Sept. 25, Yannick Bisson joins Tom Power to talk about his much-loved role as Det. William Murdoch.

Bisson talks about the cliffhangers left over from the season 10 finale, where Murdoch ended up behind bars, and how a period crime drama for families has managed to stay on top for more than a decade.

— Produced by Shannon Higgins


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