- Canada turns to cable for original TV
“Now the channels are starting to make their mark with more edgy fare, like serial-killer skein “Durham County” and just-announced eight-part series “The Weight,” a drama from writers George F. Walker and Dani Romain about a pair of unhinged cops in Toronto. The other new series on the way is “ZOS: Zone of Separation,” a wild rock ‘n’ roll take on the life of Canadian peacekeepers in a fictional Sarajevo-like town somewhere in Europe. Skein shot in Bosnia earlier this summer and is now lensing in Toronto. It stars Colm Meaney, Lolita Davidovich and Michelle Nolden.” Read more.
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