From John Doyle of the Globe and Mail:
- Robson Arms reaches for a high bar
“The initial series of half-hour episodes involved a little comedy and a little drama. Set in an apartment building in Vancouver, each of the 13 episodes dealt with the tenants of one apartment, while some key characters — especially superintendent Yuri (John Cassini) — floated through every episode. As the stories evolved, overlapped and grew, there was nuance and poignancy intricately mixed with the comedy.”
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