A Victorian-era Toronto detective uses then-cutting edge forensic techniques to solve crimes, with the assistance of a female coroner who is also struggling for recognition in the face of tradition, based on the books by Maureen Jennings.
When Murdoch and Ogden are abducted, newly appointed Inspector Crabtree's first order of business is finding them.
Conflicted about exonerating a murderer to save their daughter, Murdoch and Ogden abduct the socialite to face justice.
When the suspect in the theft of the Mona Lisa is murdered, Murdoch's investigation leads to artist Emily Carr.
Murdoch suspects the stabbing of a man at an oyster bar is linked to a former case involving harlots sold into marriage.
After wishing on a mechanical soothsayer Ogden descends into a house of horrors where psychopath James Gillies is alive.
Odgen, Watts, and Effie attend a health retreat run by a charismatic leader where a fellow guest dies mysteriously.
Days before a major horse race, Murdoch investigates the intentional killing of a champion horse favored to win.
In the woods, Ogden, Hart, Effie and Louise encounter a troop of girl adventurers whose leader was killed by a madman.
Murdoch investigates the murder of a slum landlord found in Santa's toy sack at a department store Christmas parade.