From Marise Strauss of Playback:
- Critics cheer Durham debut
“The buzz about Durham County has been sudden and very positive. “Visually sumptuous and adult,” decreed John Doyle in Friday’s Globe and Mail, throwing in “grim,” “compelling” and “deeply disquieting” for good measure. Its “complex characters are painted in subtle shades of grey,” says Rob Salem at the Toronto Star, and, according to blogger and Blood Ties writer Denis McGrath, it is “maybe the best drama series Canada has ever produced” in English.”
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