From Rob Salem of the Toronto Star:
- Everything the traffic will allow: It’s show business again everywhere in Toronto, and most of the new TV production is Canadian
“Production in town has picked up considerably, and for a change it’s almost entirely our own. … CTV’s Flashpoint and The Listener are out there, fighting crime in the streets of Toronto – which is, at long last, actually Toronto, and not some generic American city, which will no doubt confuse the hell out of the Americans who will be watching. (Both shows have already been sold for export.)” Read more.
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