From the Whig Standard:
- Hugh Dillon’s on the case
“Hugh Dillon’s Canadian TV show Durham County is coming to TV (again). The six-part series originally aired on the Movie Network/Movie Central but it’s going to be more accessible now that it’s on network television. The Kingstonian, who fronted the rock band The Headstones, stars as Det. Mike Sweeney, a homicide police officer who moves his family to the suburbs in search of a better life, a quieter life, after his partner is killed. But suburbia isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. There’s a killer on the loose, his wife is recovering from cancer, he has a girlfriend on the side, an angry teenager, and a strange neighbour.” Read more.
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