While investigating the violent death of a cricket player, Murdoch and Brackenreid encounter unsportsmanlike behaviour.
Murdoch investigates a death which may have been caused by a high-speed travel device.
When two obituaries are published before two men's deaths, Murdoch must work to keep them, as well as others, alive before their predicted demise.
Brackenreid begins painting again and gets the attention of a wealthy patron while investigating an artist's murder.
Murdoch investigates a car accident and uncovers sinister motives.
In an attempt to solve a murder, Crabtree and Constable Brackenreid go under cover at a boys school.
Murdoch suspects that a sequential killer is behind a number of murders staged to look like suicides.
Murdoch investigates a surgeon performing cutting-edge organ transplants.
A recording device made by Alexander Graham Bell assists in the investigation of a murder at a dinner honoring Helen Keller.
Murdoch and Watts discover fraud after a wine connoisseur is poisoned.
Murdoch must prove his innocence amid corruption; Ogden is kidnapped.
The team gets caught up in a conspiracy and is in danger when a dancer asks Murdoch for help.
Murdoch enters the world of competitive roller-skating to investigate a death.
Murdoch investigates a group of death-obsessed teens after the discovery of a young girl's body.
An explosion leads Murdoch to a covert community.
Murdoch creates a tonic which restores youth but Crabtree worries about his pursuit of a partnership.
Murdoch and Ogden study human decomposition and find more than they can imagine.
A man claims to be the wealthy heir of a child who was kidnapped 20 years ago.
Murdoch discovers his passion for canines while investigating the death of a championship show dog.
A killer claims he's possessed by the devil.
Murdoch tries to capture a costumed criminal, who has begun to murder.
Murdoch and Crabtree pretend that a witness still lives in a ploy to catch a killer.
Murdoch suspects a connection exists between the murders of men found with lipstick on their faces and a dancer.
While Murdoch investigates a football player's death, Brackenreid gets caught up in the team's Olympic quest.
Murdoch and Ogden investigate the poisoning of a businessman; Rebecca is suspicious of a student's suicide.
Murdoch and Ogden face the possibility that they sent an innocent man to prison after the reopening of a murder case.
Murdoch turns to his latest invention when his friend may be implicated in a murder.
A massive fire complicates a double homicide investigation.
A debutante is murdered; Murdoch suspects rivals for a bachelor's affections.
When Santa is murdered at a philanthropist's Christmas party, Murdoch faces a vengeful Krampus.
The return of an adversary threatens the lives of Murdoch and Ogden.
Murdoch and Brackenreid investigate a shooting in Buffalo.
Murdoch and Brackenreid risk their careers to investigate police corruption.
Murdoch goes under cover to investigate the murder of a reporter who was investigating a workhouse.
Murdoch investigates a murder linked to a feral young woman.
The new chief constable pressures Murdoch to make an arrest when a man is murdered in a church.
Murdoch investigates the death of an elderly groom; Crabtree meets Lucy Maud Montgomery at a writing class.
During the investigation of the murder of a golfer, Murdoch becomes obsessed with the game.
Murdoch believes that an Arctic explorer is withholding information about a crew member's death.
Murdoch gets caught in a bank heist that jeopardizes his reputation.
Murdoch investigates the death of a student in an opium den.
Murdoch and his childhood friend investigate a 30-year-old murder in Algonquin Park.
An anti-temperance politician is poisoned.
Murdoch races to stop a secret space program that could ignite a war between Canada and the U.S.
When statues are formed from dead humans, Murdoch suspects a killer who knew the victims.
Murdoch and his team investigate the murder of a young suffragette.
Victorian Toronto police detective William Murdoch investigates the death of a back-street abortionist.
Murdoch's colleague is found dead, his body smelling of a whiskey-fueled suicide. Murdoch thinks there is foul play.
A young chambermaid's body is found in the streets. Inspector Brackenreid pressures the team to work faster after the chief constable takes notice of the case.
Murdoch helps a man look for his missing wife; Crabtree contemplates his relationship; the team from Station House No. 4 works on a murder case.
Murdoch and Ogden put personal matters aside when Nate Desmond is charged with murder.
Crabtree goes undercover at a chess tournament to investigate the murder of a Russian master.
Murdoch investigates a murder that is connected to two vaudeville entertainers; Watts uncovers a mystery about his family.
Theodore Roosevelt sneaks into Canada for a hunting trip.
When a cooking contest judge gets poisoned, Murdoch discovers that competitors, including Crabtree and Margaret, also tasted the tainted ingredient.
A statue of the Virgin Mary at Murdoch's church begins weeping.