Murdoch is a celebrated Canadian police detective, working in Victorian-era Toronto.
Dr Julia Ogden is a skilled pathologist, psychiatrist, and now a practicing surgeon.
Murdoch's boss is a gruff Yorkshireman and a traditional copper through and through.
A sincere, straightforward soul, George is a fiercely loyal assistant to William Murdoch.
Henry Higgins is perhaps not the sharpest tool at Toronto's Station House Four.
Detective Watts provides a unique counterpoint to Murdoch’s style of sleuthing.
Violet is an ambitious young woman who eventually replaces Dr Ogden as Chief Coroner.
Former Pinkerton agent Robert Parker becomes a Special Constable at Station House Four.
We round up the six most memorable baddies that Murdoch had to pit his wits against.
One of the benefits of cracking cases in Victorian Toronto is bumping into famous figures.
Murdoch and Ogden have had quite the romance over the years. We look back and sigh.