From Alex Strachan of CanWest Media:
- Durham County proves it pays to have pay-TV
“It’s the first series in ages – perhaps since Ken Finkleman’s At the Hotel – to aim for the kind of literate, high-minded psychological drama that has become the staple of HBO and Showtime, pay-TV channels that aren’t beholden to ratings. It’s no accident Durham County was made for The Movie Network – it’s too grim and unrelenting to appeal to a mass audience.”
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