Murdoch Mysteries (season 6)

{5/5} “I wouldn’t put much truck into what that Mr. Briggs told you. He isn’t quite the full tin of biscuits.”

Murdoch Mysteries season 6, aired in 2013

Darcy refuses to grant Julia a divorce — Julia and William decide to wait. George kisses Emily in a moment when he thinks they might not survive. Meanwhile, there are a few murders in Toronto that need solving. When an airplane crashes and kills someone Murdoch traces it back to his old acquaintance James Pendrick. When a politician dies at Queen’s Park all signs point to a ghost as the killer. Inspector Brackenreid visits a prison where an old army friend has apparently committed suicide.

The show seamlessly switched to a new network.

The season is brilliant, with a gripping final 2 episodes.

Murdoch meets Winston Churchill. He also meets a man who claims to be Sherlock Holmes.

I previously reviewed season 5.

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