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Strictly Come Dancing 2022 | Start date, judges and latest news

That being said,'s Lauren Morris and Minnie Wright have given it a go in this week's episode of Strictly Between Us, while it's possible that Ellie Taylor could be hit by the Charleston Curse that's been plaguing the line-up.

As for tonight's episode of Strictly Come Dancing, there are lots of songs and dances to look forward to, from Tony Adams take on a Jive to Helen Skelton's Salsa to Despacito – but who will score big? And who could be the next to exit the ballroom?

Here's everything you need to know about Strictly Come Dancing class of 2022, including what time it starts tonight (Saturday 12th November) and when the results show will air on Sunday (13th November).

What time is Strictly Come Dancing on tonight?

Ellie Taylor on Strictly Come Dancing 2022

Strictly Come Dancing airs on BBC One on both Saturday and Sunday evenings.

The next live show will take place on Saturday 12th November at 6:55pm on BBC One.

This will be the eighth live show in the 2022 season, and will see all the remaining nine celebrity contestants performing a new routine, which were recently announced.

After all contestants have performed and the judges have given their all important feedback and scores, the public vote will open.

Season 20 returned with a launch show on Friday 23rd September. It was followed by the first live show on Saturday 24th September.

When is the Strictly Come Dancing results show?

Strictly Come Dancing 2022 judges Anton Du Beke, Shirley Ballas, Motsi Mabuse and Craig Revel Horwood. BBC/Guy Levy

The Strictly Come Dancing results show airs on Sunday evenings on BBC One.

The next results show will take place on Sunday 13th November at 7:20pm. It will see the next celebrity eliminated from season 20, but who will we wave an emotional goodbye to?

What channel is Strictly Come Dancing on?

Strictly Come Dancing airs on BBC One.

Episodes are also available to stream live or via catch up on BBC iPlayer.

When is the Strictly Come Dancing 2022 final?

The BBC is yet to confirm the exact date for the Strictly Come Dancing final this year. However, with the competition over half way through, we won't be too far away from crowning the 2022 champion.

With nine contestants left in the competition and the final likely to feature four couples, we predict that the final is likely to air on Saturday 17th December – the weekend before Christmas.

Strictly Come Dancing 2022 line-up

Will Mellor and Kym Marsh were the first celebrities confirmed for the 2022 Strictly line-up. BBC

The class of Strictly 2022 is officially complete, with 15 stars donning their dancing shoes and head to Elstree.

Actor Will Mellor and former Corrie star Kym Marsh were the first two celebs to be announced and Countryfile presenter Helen Skelton later rounded out the line-up.

Here's the full list of celebrities excited to get the Strictly treatment this year:

  • Will Mellor
  • Kym Marsh
  • Richie Anderson - Eliminated in Week 3
  • Kaye Adams - Eliminated in Week 2
  • Jayde Adams - Eliminated in Week 5
  • Ellie Simmonds - Eliminated in Week 7
  • Tyler West
  • Matt Goss - Eliminated in Week 4
  • Ellie Taylor
  • Molly Rainford
  • Tony Adams
  • Hamza Yassin
  • James Bye - Eliminated in Week 6
  • Helen Skelton
  • Fleur East

The 2021 line-up included 15 celebrities from various industries, such as presenter AJ Odudu, EastEnders actress Rose Ayling-Ellis, and BBC Breakfast host Dan Walker.

Former Bake Off star John Whaite was part of the show's first male same-sex pairing. The year before, boxer Nicola Adams was announced as part of the show's first ever same-sex pairing with Katya Jones.

Who are the professionals returning for Strictly 2022?

Strictly Come Dancing's new professionals for 2022 BBC

The 20th series will see one of the biggest professional line-ups for Strictly, with four new dancers added for the 20th season.

Last year, Anton Du Beke stepped down as a professional dancer to join the judging panel, where he took over from Bruno Tonioli, and Janette Manrara left the series to start her new role as the presenter of It Takes Two, which was previously hosted by Zoe Ball.

The 19th season saw four new professionals join the show - Kai Widdrington, Cameron Lombard, Jowita Przystal and Nikita Kuzmin, putting the total of pro dancers at 18.

You can see a full list of pros below, including the seas0n 20 newbies.:

  • Amy Dowden
  • Giovanni Pernice
  • Dianne Buswell
  • Gorka Marquez
  • Graziano Di Prima
  • Johannes Radebe
  • Karen Hauer
  • Katya Jones
  • Luba Mushtuk
  • Nadiya Bychkova
  • Nancy Xu
  • Neil Jones
  • Kai Widdrington
  • Cameron Lombard
  • Nikita Kuzmin
  • Jowita Przystal
  • Carlos Gu
  • Vito Coppola
  • Lauren Oakle
  • Michelle Tsiakkas

For more information on the Strictly Come Dancing professionals, click here.

Strictly Come Dancing 2022 couples

Here are all the Strictly couples for 2022:

  • Ellie Simmonds and Nikita Kuzmim
  • Tyler West and Dianne Buswell
  • Kym Marsh and Graziano Di Prima
  • Will Mellor and Nancy Xu
  • Helen Skelton and Gorka Márquez
  • James Bye and Amy Dowden
  • Fleur East and Vito Coppola
  • Hamza Yassin and Jowita Przystal
  • Matt Goss and Nadia Bychkova
  • Ellie Taylor and Johannes Radebe
  • Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu
  • Richie Anderson and Giovanni Pernice
  • Jayde Adams and Karen Hauer
  • Tony Adams and Katya Jones
  • Kaye Adams and Kai Widdrington

Strictly Come Dancing 2022 hosts

Strictly Come Dancing hosts Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly BBC

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman have co-hosted the series since 2014. The pair are expected to reprise their role on the 20th series.

Strictly Come Dancing 2022 judges

Strictly judges (BBC)

There have been some changes to the judging panel in the last two series due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Bruno Tonioli was expected to return to the panel for season 18, but due to travel restrictions was unable to fly over from the US, where he lives and works on Dancing with the Stars.

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He appeared virtually in a few episodes, but was permanently replaced by former pro Anton Du Beke in 2021.

Earlier this year, Bruno Tonioli confirmed that he was leaving the UK series, with Anton stepping in to replace him permanently.

That means this year's competition will be judged by Motsi Mabuse, Craig Revel Horwood, head judge Shirley Ballas and Anton Du Beke.

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Where is Strictly Come Dancing filmed?

The Strictly Come Dancing filming location has remained the same since 2013. The show has taken place in Elstree Studios, following the closure of the BBC Television Centre.

Various Strictly Come Dancing COVID changes were put in place in 2020 to ensure Strictly could go ahead at Elstree.

Will Blackpool Week return for 2022?

There's one week viewers really look forward to on Strictly – Blackpool! And fans will be happy to hear that it's back for season 20.

Last month, Strictly Come Dancing confirmed Blackpool and a new themed week.

Strictly Come Dancing cancelled Blackpool Week for 2020 due to coronavirus restrictions, and it was cancelled for a second time in 2021.

The themed week is when the cast and crew pack their bags and head north to the seaside town for a glitter-filled special.

This year, fans will also see the return of a few classic Strictly themes, including Movie Week, Halloween Week and Musicals Week, as well as a "new special BBC 100 themed week".

Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday 12th November at 6:55pm on BBC One, with the results show airing on Sunday 13th November at 7:20pm.

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Strictly Come Dancing (TV Series 2004– )

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  • 2004– 2004–
  • 1h 25m







A dance competition where celebrities compete to be crowned the winner. Who is kicked out of the competition each week is decided by the judges scores and viewer votes.A dance competition where celebrities compete to be crowned the winner. Who is kicked out of the competition each week is decided by the judges scores and viewer votes.A dance competition where celebrities compete to be crowned the winner. Who is kicked out of the competition each week is decided by the judges scores and viewer votes.






  • Stars
    • Alan Dedicoat
    • Craig Revel Horwood
    • Tess Daly
  • Stars
    • Alan Dedicoat
    • Craig Revel Horwood
    • Tess Daly
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    • Won 3 BAFTA Awards
      • 23 wins & 50 nominations total


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    I love this programme!

    I will admit I don't think it is the best show on earth, it does get a bit too serious at times with the emotional training sessions and sometimes the wrong person gets voted off, two excellent example are Gabby Logan and Spoony. But the reason why I love this is because it is entertaining, what with Bruce Forsyth reciting his corny but hilarious jokes and pratfalls. One of my favourites was when he likened judge Craig Revel Horwood to a sour lemon. Here you see some truly talented dancers, honestly Jill Halfpenny and Alesha Dixon were amazing, and not so talented dancers, namely Quentin Willson and possibly Fiona Phillips. I loved the dresses, and the choreographies, and through the programme I got a lot of tips of how to dance a particular dance. And where would we be without the judges? The hissable Craig Revel Horwood, the sincere Arlene Phillips, the encouraging Len Goodman and the eccentric Bruno Tonioli with his increasingly silly comments, like "It's like a Robin Reliant with a Ferrairi". My favourite Craig criticism has to be "D-U-L-L, Dull!", and some of the celebrities make some truly hilarious comebacks, most notably Julian Clary's "You Wouldn't Know a Passo Doble if you sat on one". All in all, despite the flaws, this is a very entertaining programme, that people aspired to dance, should give it a try. 8/10 Bethany Cox.



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    Season 1

    Episode 1 - "Pilot Episode"

    After the murder of a Canadian mounted policeman, his son Benton goes to Chicago in the wake of the killers. He has to find out what happened, and get to the bottom of the true causes of the murder. Chicago Police Detective Ray Vecchio helps him in this Soundtrack: "From a Million Miles" by Single Gun Theory and "Superman's Song" by Crash Test Dummies

    Episode 2 - "Free Willie / Free Willie"

    Constable Fraser begins a new life in Chicago in a rented apartment. He detains a pickpocket boy armed with a pistol. The gun was recently used in a robbery. Fraser is convinced that the boy is not involved in the crime. She and Ray begin their investigation... Soundtrack: "It's All Over" performed by The Headstones

    Episode 3 - "Diefenbaker's Day Off"

    Fraser helps a girl whose father is involved in insurance fraud. This case is handled by an extremely curious journalist who is going to bring everyone, including Fraser, to clean water. Soundtrack: "American Woman" performed by The Guess Who.

    Episode 4 - Manhunt

    Sgt. Buck Frobisher, played by Leslie Nielsen, is on the run from Canada to escape the revenge of fugitive Harold Geiger, whom he once sent to jail. Geiger will stop at nothing to kill Frobisher, and Fraser and Ray will have to stop him and bring him to justice...

    Episode 5 - "They Eat Horses, Don't They? / They eat horses, don't they?"

    While visiting a supermarket, Fraser and Ray become involved in a meat poisoning case. Having started the investigation, they learn that the meat that came true from the counter is far from beef ... Soundtrack: "Uphill Battle" performed by Sarah MacLachlan.

    Episode 6 - "Pizzas and Promises"

    While Ray tries not to pay the pizza delivery man, the latter's car is stolen. Then Ray and Frazier go undercover at a used car dealership whose owners they suspect are fraudsters... there was a kidnapping. The kidnapped is the son of the owner of the restaurant, the kidnapper is a local criminal tycoon. Things get even more complicated when the FBI gets involved. Soundtrack: "Prospero's Speech" performed by Loreena McKennitt.

    Episode 8 - Chicago Holiday Part 1

    Frasier's new assignment is to escort the Canadian diplomat's daughter to the ball while Ray finds the murdered pimp's client list. They never imagined that their assignments would soon cross... Soundtrack: "Butterfly Wings" performed by Machines of Loving Grace Holly Cole and the Holly Cole Trio (performed during the dance when Fraser meets the diplomat's daughter)

    Episode 9 - "Chicago Holiday, Part 2 / Chicago Vacation, Part 2"

    Continuation of the previous series. At the end of the episode at the ball, the song is performed by Holly Cole.

    Episode 10 - "A Cop, a Mountie and a Baby"

    The mother of an infant seeks to meet Fraser to ask for his help: her husband wants to sell his own son. But afraid that her husband will find her, he hides the child in Ray's car. Fraser and Vecchio must find the child's parents and help them figure out if they need a baby or not. .. Soundtrack: "Fear" performed by Sarah MacLachlan, "Worlds Away" performed by The Northern Pikes.

    Episode 11 - "The Gift of the Wheelman"

    A Santa Claus gang is robbing a bank. After one of the robbers "throws" all his accomplices, Fraser begins to doubt what the true intentions of the robber are ... Soundtrack: "Steaming" performed by Sarah MacLachlan, "Henry Martin" and "Rumboldt" performed by Figgy Duff.

    Episode 12 - "You Must Remember This"

    Ray falls in love with the woman who saved his life, but soon finds out that she is a dealer in stolen weapons. Soundtrack: *"Why'd You lie?" performed by Colin James.

    Episode 13 - A Hawk and a Handsaw

    To investigate the death of a psychiatric patient, Fraser has to pretend to be mentally ill. And since many people think of him as such, he does it well. Soundtrack: "Aqua Tuta" performed by Kashtin.

    Episode 14 - An Eye For an Eye

    Fraser looks after a group of elderly people who are constantly attacked by the same mugger. He teaches them how to stand up for themselves until he is convinced that they are taking things more seriously than he thought... Soundtrack: "Bone of contention" by Spirit of the West, "Stain" by Salvador Dream, "Push "performed by Moist.

    Episode 15 - The Man Who Knew Too Little

    Fraser and Ray accompany the witness to Canada. On the way it turns out that the witness is not easy and not only they accompany him… Soundtrack: "Such is the situation" performed by The Sidemen.

    Episode 16 - "The Wild Bunch"

    Diefenbecker begins to behave very aggressively. Fraser tries to understand his motives, believing that the wolf has decided to go back to his wild instincts. He needs to find out if this is true.

    Episode 17 - The Blue Line

    Frazier's childhood friend turned hockey star receives threatening letters. Fraser will have to protect him and find out what has changed since then.

    Episode 18 - "The Deal"

    Ray's former classmate, now a mob boss, insists that the police investigate the alms-stealing at the local church. Fraser suspects that he has completely different motives than caring for parishioners, and Ray has his own scores with him.

    Episode 19 - "An Invitation to Romance"

    Delivering an invitation to an evening at the embassy to a certain lady turns into trouble for Fraser when the latter's jealous friend starts a showdown... Soundtrack: "Sleeping Beauty waltz" performed by The Emperor Quartet.

    Episode 20 - "Heaven and Earth"

    Circumstances are such that, contrary to the opinion of skeptics, only the visions of a homeless man can lead Ray and Fraser to the kidnapped girl ... Soundtrack: "At the hundredth meridian" performed by The Tragically Hip .

    Episode 21 - Victoria's Secret, Part 1

    A woman connected to Fraser's past appears in Chicago. The mysterious Victoria has her own plans for the constable. Soundtrack: "Possession" by Sarah MacLachlan, "O God, my God" by The Baha'i Chorale.

    Episode 22 - «Victoria's Secret, Part 2 / Victoria's Secret, Part 2»

    Continuation of the previous episode. Soundtrack: "Fumbling Towards Ecstasy" performed by Sarah MacLachlan.

    Episode 23 - "Letting Go"

    Fraser is in the hospital recovering from his injury. And along the way, unraveling the case of blackmail in the window opposite (a reference to the Alfred Hitchcock film Rear Window). Soundtrack: "Plenty" performed by Sarah MacLachlan.

    Season 2

    Episode 1 - North . After the latter left the plane with a parachute, the plane crashed, as a result of which PC Fraser loses his sight. Despite all the difficulties, the police decide to find the fugitive at all costs. In the episode, the ghosts of the fathers of Fraser and Vecchio appear, speaking with diametrically opposed opinions. Soundtrack: "California Dreamin" and "Ode to Joy" performed by Benton Fraser and Ray Vecchio and "I can't get off my horse" arranged by Paul Gross.

    Episode 2 - "Vault"

    Chronologically, the episode is a continuation of the last episode of the first season (1.22 "Letting Go" ). Injured in the line of duty, Detective Vecchio (David Marciano) intends to collect insurance from the bank during his break. At the same time, the bank is going to be robbed by criminals led by a woman known from the first episode of the first season (1.01 "Free Willie / Free Willie"). During an attempted bank robbery by intruders, Constable Fraser and Detective Vecchio find themselves locked in a bank safe and intend to flood it, risking death. Soundtrack: "Leading me on" and "Cha Shooky Doo" by Colin James.

    Episode 3 - «Witness / Witness»

    Detective Vecchio ends up in a pre-trial detention center due to a change in the testimony of a witness. Helping a friend and at the same time trying to figure out the situation, Constable Fraser intends to go to jail himself and is forced to commit the first crime in his life. Soundtrack: "Waitin' for the streets to run" Composers: Tallis Newkirk, Varqa Yaklaka-Farr, Badi Varner

    Episode 4 - "Bird in the hand"

    While being escorted from a Canadian prison to a Chicago courtroom, a dangerous criminal and a witness in an arms smuggling case, Gerard, the man who killed Constable Fraser's father, escapes. Having found Gerard, Constable Fraser unexpectedly becomes his patron and hides the criminal from representatives of the federal services. The call for the triumph of justice leads to the third serious injury of the Canadian.

    Episode 5 - "The Promise"

    A gang of teenagers - street thieves steals an electronic notebook, because of which their lives are now in mortal danger. For Inspector Meg Thatcher, this case becomes personal, as the same thieves stole the family jewel from her. The search for teenagers unexpectedly leads to one of the senators, who is now suspected of organizing the murder... Soundtrack: "Goodbye train" performed by Big sugar.

    6 series - «The mask»

    An artifact belonging to Canada and France and consisting of two ritual masks of Canadian Indians, was stolen, presumably by a good friend of Constable Fraser. Another Indian, Eric, comes to the aid of the Canadian in the investigation. Frazier accepts help, unaware that he is dealing with a real trickster. Soundtrack: "Ragged ass road" by Tom Cochrane.

    Episode 7 Juliet is bleeding

    Detective Louie Gardino dies when Detective Vecchio's car explodes, and Frank Zuko is arrested as a suspect (episode 1.17 "The Deal"). Benton Fraser turns the entire police station against himself by releasing the head of a criminal gang. Frank Zuko was framed, the constable is sure, and a person very close to him did it. Detective Vecchio (David Marciano) at the same time reminisces about his affair with Zuko's sister Irene (Carrie-Anne Moss)... Soundtrack: The series uses Italian folk music themes in a modern arrangement: "Finiculi finicula" (Suzie Katayama), " Mi'Amore, mia pistola (Jack Lenz & Jay Semko) and "Raimondo Sta Sanguinando" (Jack Lenz & Jay Semko)

    Episode 8 - "One good man / One good man" / Day off Diefenbaker") journalist Mackenzie King (Maria Bello). However, by his own example, Constable Fraser (Paul Gross) proves that there is only one warrior in the field. Soundtrack: "Lock stock and teardrops" performed by Andy Duncan.

    Episode 9 - "The Edge"

    Constable Fraser has made an unfortunate mistake and doubts his professional fitness. It seems to him that he is too old, and in his place there could already be younger and more energetic people. Even another adversary (Ken Foree), a professional military man and a murderer, intends to commit a high-profile crime in mockery of a Canadian policeman.

    Episode 10 - "Starman"

    Ian McDonald (episode 1.14 "The Man Who Knew Too Little") reappears and demands help. This time, he claims that his girlfriend, whom he just proposed marriage to, was kidnapped by aliens. And they did it close to a secret military base, which is also looking for traces of the existence of extraterrestrial intelligence... Soundtrack: "Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft" performed by Klaatu, "Have I told you lately that I love you" performed by Willie Nelson (Willie Nelson), "See the light" performed by Jeff Healey.

    Episode 11 - “We are the eggmen / We are egg lovers”

    A certain owner of a small chicken farm demands from the government of Canada, the Canadian consulate in the USA and personally Constable Fraser (Paul Gross) 10 million dollars in moral damages. Detective Vecchio at the same time wins a large amount of money in the lottery. Soundtrack: "All praise be to thee" performed by The Baha'i Chorale (music by Mozart).

    Episode 12 - Some Like It Red

    Constable Fraser really wants to help a girl from the orphanage. But you can help her only by becoming Mrs. Fraser, a teacher and a good friend. The episode is based on classic cross-dressing motifs as well as Chicago mob legends. Soundtrack: "Heart of Glass" by Blondie, "Flying" by Blue Rodeo.

    Episode 13 - White Men Can't Jump to Conclusions

    A minor black basketball player was caught red-handed on suspicion of attempted murder. Everything points to his guilt, but PC Fraser is sure of the opposite. Vecchio and his colleagues are perplexed by the fact that the Canadian is trying to save from punishment a person who has already given a sincere confession. Soundtrack: "Peeps" performed by Cipher.

    Episode 14 - "All the Queen's Horses"

    On their way to demonstrate their famous "carousel" at the music parade in Chicago, 32 Canadian mounted police officers had no idea that they would become victims of a terrorist attack. Mad Randall Bolt (Kenneth Welsh) intends to undermine the foundations of the whole state, and now only Constable Fraser, Inspector Meg Thatcher, Sergeant Buck Frobisher (Leslie Nielsen) who escaped gas poisoning, as well as Detective Vecchio and the ghost of Fraser Sr., who came to the rescue, came to the rescue ( Gordon Pinsent). In this episode, as never before, the creators successfully combined elements of satire, parody (on American action films and westerns, in particular, on the film Capture 2: Dark Territory), a love story and stealth action. Soundtrack: "Ride Forever" performed by Paul Gross.

    Episode 15 - "Body Language"

    Fraser returns a plush rabbit toy to a certain lady. This act of good faith draws him and Ray into a showdown between Chicago strip club owners. Soundtrack: "New World Comin'" by Dawn Aitken, "Somebody's Been Lying To Me" by Black Market, "I'd Rather Be Your Lover" by Black Market, "Shut Up" by National Velvet, "Bonanza" theme", "It's Greek To Me", "I Need New Tires", "Happy Birthday".

    Episode 16 - "The Duel"

    Frazier and Ray play deadly cat and mouse with a cunning criminal whose only goal after being released early is to get revenge on the policeman who arrested him, Ray Vekio. Soundtrack: Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1.

    Episode 17 - "Red, White, or Blue"

    After the case of the train hijacking by terrorists (episode 2.14 "All the Queen's Horses"), all media attention is riveted only to Fraser, from which Ray, in turn, begins to experience discontent. And this discontent only grows when the courtroom and they themselves are captured by the same terrorist along with his family.

    Episode 18 - "Flashback"

    While chasing the robbers who stole the diamonds and took the hostage, Fraser manages to make out the license plate of their car, but falls from it on a sharp turn. It would seem that it remains only to identify the robbers by the number of the car and save the hostage. There is only one problem - as a result of the fall, Fraser lost his memory. Now Ray must help his friend regain his memory. (This episode was supposed to be the final episode of the entire series, however CBS renewed funding for the series for the second time. This episode never aired on CBS, it took two and a half years before it aired in the US on the TNT network) Soundtrack: "Charming" in performed by She Stole My Beer, "Butterfly Wings" performed by Machines of Loving Grace, "Possession" (acoustic version) performed by Sarah MacLachlan.

    Season 3

    Episode 1 - "Burning Down the House"

    Fraser (Paul Gross) returns from a vacation in Canada to find his house burned down. In addition, some unknown person (Callum Keith Rennie) pretends to be Ray Vecchio, and everyone around confirms his words.

    Episode 2 - "Eclipse / Eclipse"

    IID starts a drug investigation, all the police from Lieutenant Welsh's office are hit. Only Ray Vecchio's testimony can help, but Stanley "Ray" Kowalski is too busy tracking down a criminal from his past. Fraser must find him and force him to return to the station in order to refute the accusations. Soundtrack: "Oh, What a Feeling" by Crowbar.

    Episode 3 - "I Coulda Been a Defendant"

    Through the fault of Fraser and Kowalski, the life of a person under the witness protection program is in mortal danger. Now they must protect him at all costs. Soundtrack: "Brothers in Arms" by Dire Straits.

    Episode 4 - "Strange Bedfellows"

    Fraser and Kowalski are forced to take on the role of bodyguards for a member of the city council, who is also dating Kowalski's ex-wife. Soundtrack: "Brindisi" by Verdi, "Wiener Blut" by The Emperor Quartet, "De Cara a la Pared" by Lhasa de Sela.

    Episode 5 - Mountie and Soul

    Frazier and Kowalski investigate a boxing-related murder. Soundtrack: "Slave to Your Love" by Dutch Robinson, "Cubically Contained" by Headstones.

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    Bounty Hunter Fraser helps a woman with three children who is a bounty hunter. Soundtrack: "Unloved" by Jann Arden, "You're Everywhere" by Blue Rodeo

    Episode 7 Seeing is Believing

    Thatcher, Kowalski and Welch witness a murder that took place in a shopping center, only their versions of what happened are significantly different. So Frazier will have to take matters into his own hands. Soundtrack: "November", "Sirens", "Premonition" performed by Mythos.

    Episode 8 - Spy vs. Spy

    Fraser's chess partner claims to be a spy.

    Episode 9 - "Dead Guy Running"

    In a fit of rage, Ray punches the wall in the interrogation room, behind which he and Fraser discover a corpse. The evidence points to the real Ray Vecchio, and in order not to arouse suspicion ahead of time, the partners hide the corpse until they unravel the case.

    Episode 10 - "Perfect Strangers"

    Frazier and Kowalski investigate two deaths, in Toronto and Chicago, that are connected only by the badge of the first victim, a flight attendant, found in the hand of the second murdered. Meanwhile, Inspector Thatcher decides to become a mother and asks Fraser to take part in this process. Soundtrack: "Heroic Doses" by Glueleg, "Memorare" by Benedictine Monks of Saint-Benoit-du-Lac, "Watching the Apples Grow" by Stan Rogers.

    Episode 11 - Asylum

    Kowalski is suspected of murdering one of the crime bosses. Fraser has no choice but to have his friend arrested and placed in Canadian consulate custody until he finds the real killer. Soundtrack: "Boring Days" performed by Race.

    Episode 12 - Mountie on the Bounty, Part 1

    Fraser and Kowalski begin a murder investigation that leads them to a freighter sinking in the Great Lakes. Soundtrack: "Robert MacKenzie" by Paul Gross and Captain Tractor, "Sophia's Pipes" by Ashley MacIsaac, "Barrett's Privateers" by Stan Rogers this episode and Lightfoot gave permission, subject to obtaining the consent of the sailors' families. But, in order not to cause additional pain to their families, Gross and Jay Semko instead wrote and placed the song "Robert Mackenzie" for this episode.

    Episode 13 - Mountie on the Bounty, Part 2

    Continuation of the previous series. Frazier and Kowalski try to catch the criminals who stole the gold bars. Soundtrack: "Drunken Sailor" by Captain Tractor, "Czardas" by Leahy, "Robert MacKenzie" by Paul Gross and Captain Tractor.

    Season 4

    Episode 1 - "Doctor Longball"

    Fraser, Welsh and Kowalski travel to the small town of Willison to help the local baseball team, which is the victim of a suspicious series of bad luck. Soundtrack: "Take me out to the ballgame" by Trevor Hurst.

    Episode 2 - "Easy Moneyl"

    Fraser and his mentor Quinn, who has come to Chicago to stop a power company from building a hydroelectric power plant and flooding his homeland, witness a jewelry store robbery. Although they manage to catch one of the bandits, the stolen jewels have yet to be found.

    Episode 3 - "A Likely Story"

    Fraser's acquaintance, Mr. Tucci, who sells pretzels, is mortally wounded in the park. Now the Canadian must not only investigate the murder, but also fulfill the word given to the dying man - take care of his sick wife.

    Episode 4 - "Odds"

    Ray's operation to arrest people illegally playing poker for money is interrupted by a masked man who set off an explosion and escaped with all the money at stake. The Chicago Police Department arrests all the players, one of whom becomes bait in a game where the stakes are even higher. Special Guest Guest: Stephanie Romanov.

    Episode 5 - "The Ladies Man"

    Ray is on edge because a woman he arrested eight years ago is due to be executed in a couple of days. After a visit to her, he realizes that he no longer believes in her guilt. Now he and Frazier have only 48 hours to revisit this old case and figure out who the real killer is.

    Episode 6 - Mojo Rising

    Fraser and Ray rescue a stranger who is on the run from two armed men, but what at first glance appears to be a robbery turns out to be an immigration detention of a criminal. The suspect escapes by stealing Ray's car. The search for the escapee leads to the Haitian community in Chicago and engages in the practice of voodoo.

    Episode 7 - Mountie Sings the Blues

    Canadian country singer Tracey Jenkins comes to Chicago on tour. The star is forced to seek protection from the Canadian consulate and Chicago police after receiving threats to kill her. Fraser and Ray are investigating who might want the singer dead. Tracy herself shows interest in Fraser and his singing skills and asks to sing along for her new album, Nobody's Girl.

    Episode 8 - Good for the Soul

    Frazier manages to get into a fight with Chicago's top gangster, insisting that he apologize to the waiter for causing physical injury. After receiving a refusal, he begins to interfere in the business of the criminal, Ray tries to convince Fraser to give up this disastrous business - to force him to apologize, but the Canadian is determined and firmly stands his ground. Soundtrack: "Watching the Apples Grow" by Stan Rogers.

    Episode 9 - Dead Men Don't Throw Rice

    Fraser and Kowalski defend a key witness, but lose him the day before the trial. Now, for the sake of a common cause, Fraser will have to work undercover ... as a corpse!

    Episode 10 - "Say Amen"

    Fraser, Kowalski and Thatcher witness the kidnapping of a young girl. The footprints lead them to the church. Note: At the beginning of the series, the movie poster shows the titles of several episodes of the series (3.09 Dead Guy Running, 3.21 Good for the Soul, 3.07 Seeing is Believing, 3.01 "Burning Down the House"

    Episode 11 - «Hunting Season»

    Constable Maggie Mackenzie is looking for her husband's killers, the trail leads her to Chicago. Fraser and Kowalski not only help the girl find the killers, but also compete for her attention. Soundtrack: "Song For A Winter's Night" by Sarah MacLachlan, "Watching the Apples Grow" by Stan Rogers.

    Episode 12 - "Call of the Wild, Part 1 / Call of the Wild, Part 1"

    The investigation of another murder puts Fraser and Kowalski on the trail of a major arms smuggling operation, the seller is Holloway Muldoon, a criminal whom he was chasing while still alive Bob Frazier. In addition, this case leads the partners to the real Ray Vecchio (David Marciano), working under deep cover, which is now successfully melting before our eyes. The episode ends with Fraser and Kowalski holding on to the wing of a plane taking off while chasing Muldoon. To be continued... Soundtrack: "Full of Grace" performed by Sarah MacLachlan.

    Episode 13 - Call of the Wild, Part 2

    Fraser and Kowalski continue their pursuit of the arms dealer. After jumping out of the plane, they must overcome a dangerous ice field and not fall into the cracks that it teems with to join forces with Thatcher, Turnbull and Buck Frobisher's legendary northern squad to capture not only Muldoon, but also his buyer Cyrus Bolt - another relative the same Randall Bolt (episodes 2.14 "All the Queen's Horses" and 2.17 "Red, White, or Blue"). Soundtrack: "Resurrection" by Moist, "Northwest Passage" performed by Stan Rogers, "Holy Tears" performed by Tara McLane.

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