Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Pluses in Canadian TV

Another Huff Post link: I kind of lean against the wind and point out that in all the heartfelt complaints about, and kneejerk disparaging of, Canadian TV…can the argument be made that the glass is half full? Is Canadian TV … Continue reading

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Canadian TV Too Sexy?…and Star Trek: Kirk vs. Kirk!

Okay, yeah, that title’s an odd combo but I realized I forget to mention a previous post a few days ago — so I’m covering two at once. So, two links to Huffington Post pieces I did: Is Canadian TV … Continue reading

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Orphan Black — Take Two

My general “policy” when reviewing TV series for my Great Canadian Guide to the Movies and TV site is to watch at least three episodes before setting down an “official” opinion. After all, TV series can take a few episodes … Continue reading

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Orphan Black: The Good, The Bad…and The Canadian

Recently the Space Channel has premiered a new sci-fi thriller called Orphan Black — and in a rarity for Canadian TV, it actually seems to be getting a fair amount of press coverage. That may be partly because many of … Continue reading

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TV’s Bomb Girls, Lorne Greene…and The Voice of Doom!

Another Huffington Post link: Why Canadians Should be Watching Bomb Girls In which I write a bit about Bomb Girls (and how it’s pretty good), reference Republic of Doyle, talk about rooting stories in their time and place, and point … Continue reading

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