From Brad Oswald of the Winnipeg Free Press:
- Dark, homegrown miniseries worthy prime-time watching
“WITH all the talk these days about how much time and money we Canadians are spending on the southern side of the border, perhaps it’s timely that Citytv is airing a homegrown miniseries that involves cross-border chopping. Yes, chopping. And stabbing. And punching. And shooting. And dumping of bodies, and everything else that’s required in a top-notch cops-and-mobsters thriller.” Read more.
Photo: Sasha Roiz. By Russ Martin.
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