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A new seven minute showreel video has been added to the website of Andrew Gower‘s agents, Troika Talent.
It includes clips from Monroe, Endeavour, The Village, Being Human, Frankenstein’s Wedding, Murdoch Mysteries, The White Queen and Misfits.
Alibi have confirmed the air date for Murdoch Mysteries series 7, in which Andrew Gower reprises his role as Sherlock Holmes. The series will begin on Monday 27 January at 9pm, according to TV Wise. Andrew’s episode, ‘The Return of Sherlock‘ is the fourth episode in season 7, so should air on 17 February 2014.
A video of the making of “The Return of Sherlock”, the episode in season 7 of Murdoch Mysteries in which Andrew Gower reprises his role as Sherlock Holmes, has been added to the CBC website.
Infamous detective Sherlock Holmes finds himself entwined in another of Murdoch’s cases this season. Writer Carol Hay talks about why they brought him back into Murdoch’s world, and returning actor Andrew Gower offers insights into how he prepared to play such a beloved icon the second time around.
Murdoch Mysteries 7×04 The Return of Sherlock Holmes
Detective William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) is called to a crime scene at the Queen’s Hotel where a man has been found dead. Upon arriving he is surprised to see a familiar face is already investigating the case: David Kingsley (Andrew Gower), who after a tragic event in his childhood believes himself to be the Great Detective Sherlock Holmes, informs Murdoch the deceased man is Wallace Burns from Scotland.
Murdoch also learns that since their last encounter, Sherlock Holmes has started his own consulting detective agency in Toronto and was hired to find a missing red-haired woman named Nora Webb (Emily Klassen). Sherlock deduces that Wallace Burns is his anonymous client and that his death was not an accident. He then leaves to find Ms Webb, who is frequently seen at Allan Gardens.
His investigations lead Sherlock Holmes to the McQueen family, where Ms Webb is employed as a nanny for their young son Ben (Christian Distefano) but has failed to return to work after her half day off. Young Ben believes something untoward has happened to his nanny, which is why he was the one to hire Sherlock Holmes, his hero from the books his Scottish godfather, the murdered Wallace Burns, has sent him.
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CBC have added the first official image of Andrew Gower as Sherlock Holmes in Murdoch Mysteries “The Return of Sherlock Holmes” (season 7 episode 4) to their media site.
The image has also been added to the Gallery.
The Murdoch Mysteries Wiki site has added a plot point from the Murdoch Mysteries episode in which Andrew Gower reprises the role of Sherlock Holmes. The page reveals that “Ben McQueen hires Sherlock Holmes to help him search for his missing nanny.”
The season begins in Canada on 30 September 2013 and in the UK in the new year. The episode is titled “Return of Sherlock Holmes” and is episode 4 of the 7th season.
A few new images of Andrew Gower filming Murdoch Mysteries season 7 have been shared on Twitter by director Gail Harvey. All images can be viewed in their large form in the Gallery.
Andrew will reprise his role as Sherlock Holmes in season 7, episode 4 of the turn-of-the-century detective series.
The season begins on 30 September 2013 at 8pm on CBC in Canada. Assuming no breaks, this means Andrew’s episode will air on 21 October 2013. Mark your calendars, Canada!
For fans in the UK, Alibi Channel have informed us that they will air the series early in 2014.
There is also an image of the cast for season 7 – note Andrew’s Spotlight shot on the wall!
The website of Andrew Gower‘s agent, Michelle Braidman, states that “Andrew Gower is currently reprising the role of Sherlock Holmes/David Kingsley in Murdoch Mysteries“. Further investigation reveals that IMDb have an episode entitled “The Return of Sherlock Holmes” listed as episode 4 in season 7, and Andrew is listed on the cast list.
We will of course confirm details as and when we get them.
Alibi have uploaded a short clip of Andrew Gower in the Murdoch Mysteries episode “A Study in Sherlock”, due to air this Monday 25 February at 9pm.
Murdoch Mysteries 6×04 “A Study in Sherlock”
Detective William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) and Constable Crabtree (Jonny Harris) are called to a crime scene in the streets of 19th century Toronto (Canada) where a vehicle transporting bank safe deposit boxes was robbed and a man killed. A witness to the attack provides Murdoch with some useful information and introduces himself as the Great Detective, Sherlock Holmes (Andrew Gower).
According to Mr Holmes’ deduction none other than his old foe Professor Moriarty and his henchmen are the culprits behind the robbery. While Detective Murdoch and his team investigate further, psychiatrist Dr Julia Ogden’s (Hélène Joy) abilities are put to a test as she tries to break the young man’s delusion who not only claims to be Sherlock Holmes but also shows the same uncanny ability of assessing people and situations correctly.
Can a meeting with the creator of this fictional character, famous author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Geraint Wyn Davies), shed some light on Sherlock’s true identity and his connection to the crime?
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Shaftesbury TV have added a clip of Murdoch Mysteries “A Study in Sherlock” to YouTube. It features Andrew Gower as Sherlock Holmes and Hélène Joy as Dr Julia Ogden. This is the first film footage we have seen of Andrew in the role.
The episode airs on CBC in Canada on 28 January and on the Alibi Channel in the UK on 25 February.
Alibi have released an episode synopsis for “A Study in Sherlock”, the Murdoch Mysteries episode that Andrew Gower has a role in.
S6 E4/13. A Study In Sherlock. A botched armoured coach robbery leaves the driver of the getaway carriage dead in the streets. Arriving at the crime scene, Murdoch and Constable Crabtree are shocked and intrigued when a drunken man (Monroe and Being Human‘s Andrew Gower) with knowledge of the events strips off a disguise and soberly claims to be Sherlock Holmes. READ MORE
The episode will air on Alibi in the UK on Monday 25 February and on CBC in Canada on Monday 28 January.
According to Andrew Gower‘s agent’s website (and as previously guessed), he will be appearing in the Murdoch Mysteries episode “A Study in Sherlock” on the Alibi Channel in the UK on 25 February 2013. This means it is episode 4 as stated on IMDb, and it will air first in Canada on 28 January 2013.
Hopefully we should see some promotional images for the episode in the New Year, and we’ll get them added to the site as soon as possible.
The UK air date for season 6 of Murdoch Mysteries has now been confirmed as Monday 4 February at 9pm on the Alibi Channel. We do not know which episode Andrew Gower will be appearing in; IMDb has an episode entitled “A Study in Sherlock” listed as episode 4 but we will confirm this when we know more.
CBC.ca have confirmed that season 6 of Murdoch Mysteries will screen in Canada from 7 January 2013.
MURDOCH MYSTERIES – Mondays at 9 p.m. (9:30 NT) beginning January 7
New to CBC this year is the one-hour, period, crime drama MURDOCH MYSTERIES, now with new never-seen episodes in its sixth season on Monday, January 7 at 9 p.m. (9:30 NT) on CBC Television. Set in the late 1890’s and early 1900’s, critically acclaimed series MURDOCH MYSTERIES stars Yannick Bisson as William Murdoch, a handsome young detective using radical forensic techniques for the time, to solve some of the city’s most gruesome murders.
We know from Andrew Gower‘s Spotlight CV that he has filmed the part of David Kingsley / Sherlock Holmes, and IMDb has an episode titled “A Study in Sherlock” listed as episode 4 of season 6. Therefore, we can assume from this that Andrew’s episode will screen in Canada on 28 January 2013; however we will confirm this as soon as we can.
Murdoch Mysteries screens on the Alibi Channel in the UK, there is no confirmed date for season 6 as yet but again, we will confirm as soon as possible.
A preview of season six of Murdoch Mysteries has been added to the MIP ITV website, with a short video and an overview of the season.
In series six of the one-hour drama, Detective Murdoch tries to clear the name of a young Winston Churchill after his visit to Canada goes awry; a dangerous madman threatens to unleash a deadly toxic gas attack; and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle makes an appearance when his supposedly fictional creation, Detective Sherlock Holmes, becomes entangled in a violent robbery.
We know from Andrew Gower‘s Spotlight CV and his agent’s website that he has filmed the part of Sherlock Holmes – fingers crossed it won’t be too long before we see some video of the part.
You can see the preview video and read more here.
CBC.ca have announced that season 6 of Murdoch Mysteries will air in January 2013. We assume this is the season Andrew Gower has been filming a part for but further details are not yet known.
As it’s filmed in Toronto, we assume Andrew’s tweet is related!
Read about the show in more detail here.
Murdoch Mysteries screens in the UK on Alibi and season 6 is due to air early 2013 according to Alibi’s Twitter account; if previous seasons are anything to go by it’s likely it will air in February 2013 but we will confirm this as soon as we can.
Theatrical Agency Michelle Braidman Associates Ltd has announced that Andrew Gower is currently filming for Misfits, The Borgias and Murdoch Mysteries. The news also appears on Andrew’s Spotlight CV. More news on these productions as and when we get it.