Murdoch Mysteries

Twentieth-Century Murdoch

Series 5 - Episode 13 Twentieth-Century Murdoch

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Review

Uh-oh, it’s a Christmas episode broadcasting in September, something that’s always hard to adjust to. But, as it turns out, fake snow and carolling is the least of our problems. Because this is the most bonkers episode of Murdoch Mysteries I’ve ever seen (and I’ve seen the one where Winston Churchill becomes the prime suspect in a murder case). Here, the plot centres on a man who claims to have seen the future and is determined to prevent a killing. Yes, it’s Ye Olde Minority Report.

Before long, Murdoch is in a time machine, witnessing himself in 1912 married to Julia and playing with their son. And I’m not even joking.

Summary

Gideon Turner escapes custody and prevents a man from being killed on the street, saying he knew what to do as he had earlier travelled to the future. He also suggests he is able to use the same technique to prevent crimes. However, Murdoch is dubious about the claims. Drama, starring Yannick Bisson.

Cast & Crew

Det William Murdoch Yannick Bisson
Dr Julia Ogden Helene Joy
Insp Thomas Brackenreid Thomas Craig
Cons George Crabtree Jonny Harris
Dr Emily Grace Georgina Reilly
Cons Henry Higgins Lachlan Murdoch
Chief Cons Giles Nigel Bennett
Dr Darcy Garland Jonathan Watton
Margaret Brackenreid Arwen Humphreys
Gideon Turner Joe Cobden
Prof Harms Colin Buchanan
Director Gail Harvey
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Drama