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The series began as a two-hour documentary special in 2009 and continued for three seasons as a flagship series on History.[4] Seasons 4 to 7 aired on H2, with frequent re-airings of episodes on History and other A&E services. In 2015, the series returned to History after H2 was relaunched as Vice on TV. Season 15 premiered in 2020.[5] The series continued with its sixteenth season in November 2020.[1][6]

Season 6 Episode 11 - Mars' Alien Secrets

Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K) is an American television comedy series created by Joel Hodgson and produced by Best Brains, Inc. The show premiered on KTMA (now WUCW) in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on November 24, 1988. The next year, in 1989, the show began its national run on The Comedy Channel/Comedy Central, running for seven seasons on that channel until its cancellation in 1996. The following year, it was picked up by The Sci-Fi Channel and aired for three more seasons there until another cancellation in August 1999 (although repeats continued until 2004). A sixty-episode syndication package titled The Mystery Science Theater Hour was produced in 1995.[1]

In 2015, Hodgson led a crowdfunded revival of the series with 14 episodes in its eleventh season which was released on Netflix.[2] As of December 16, 2022,[update] 230 episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000 have been released, concluding the thirteenth season. A feature film, titled Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie, was also released on April 19, 1996.

Murdoch Mysteries was renewed for a third season by CityTV in June 2009.[9] As part of the show's production deal, all episodes premiered in the UK on the Alibi network before premiering in Canada; this arrangement continued until the end of season five.[10]

On April 2, 2013, CBC renewed Murdoch Mysteries for a seventh season, to consist of an extended order of 18 episodes instead of the usual 13. The seventh season had its premiere on September 30, 2013.[35]

Unlike seasons nine through eleven, the twelfth season of Murdoch Mysteries did not include a Christmas movie, opting instead for an "out of the box" Halloween episode.[115] Former Canadian Olympic figure skater Elvis Stojko guest starred in episode 13 as ex-con Sam Marshal, who Murdoch suspects of murder. The episode also saw the return of, Dmitry Chepovetsky as Nikola Tesla, whose last appearance was nine years ago in season 3, episode 13.[116] Colin Mochrie reprises his role from last season as Ralph Fellows and Patrick McKenna returned as Inspector Hamish Slorach, last seen in season eight.[117] The season averaged 1.1 million viewers in Canada on CBC from September 24, 2018, to March 4, 2019.[118]

On March 25, 2019, CBC renewed the show for a thirteenth season of eighteen episodes.[119] This season, Murdoch Mysteries celebrated its 200th episode, with Lisa Norton, John Tench, Dmitry Chepovetsky, David Storch and Peter Stebbings, reprising their roles as Emma Goldman, Alexander Graham Bell, Nicholas Telsa, Thomas Edison, and James Pendrick respectively.[120] Colm Feore made a guest appearance this season as George's long lost father, George Crabtree Sr., that was directed by Yannick Bisson.[121]

This season sees the return of Peter Keleghan, Peter Stebbings, and Matthew Bennett as Terrence Meyers, James Pendrick and Allen Clegg, respectively, with Yannick Bisson directing the first two episodes and a total of eleven episodes.[122]

On June 1, 2022, the sixteenth season was announced, for another twenty four episodes, including another Halloween episode. Season sixteen also marked the 250th episode, which was filmed in black and white.

Yannick Bisson directed the third and fourth episodes, episode three featured three famous literary characters. Rudyard Kipling, Lucy Maud Montgomery and Edith Wharton. William S. Harley and Arthur Davidson appeared in episode five, when another inventor stole their ideas for motorcycles. Brian Paul, Peter Keleghan, John Tench and Matthew Bennett reprised their roles as Prime Minister Laurier, Terrence Meyers, Alexander Graham Bell and Allen Clegg, respectively, with this being the final appearance for Bennet. This season also marks the final appearance of James Graham as Arthur Carmichael. Olympic gold medal winner, Andre De Grasse made his first TV appearance as a shop keeper, bragging how he fast he could run. Peter Stebbings returns as James Pendrick and guest stars alongside Astronaut Chris Hadfield in episode fourteen, who is a Rocket Scientist, for the event of Halley's Comet. 041b061a72


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