In the news: Chris Haddock on Da Vinci

From the Canadian Press:

  • davcityhall5Nicholas Campbell reprises Da Vinci role in spinoff movie on CBC
    “Politics. It gums up how things work at city hall, in police investigations — even at television networks. Take, for example, “The Quality of Life: A Dominic Da Vinci Movie.” The two-hour telefilm, spun off from the long-running series “Da Vinci’s Inquest” and “Da Vinci’s City Hall,” once again stars Nicholas Campbell as the crusading Vancouver coroner-turned-mayor. It was originally supposed to be on CBC’s schedule last fall.” Read more.
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2 thoughts on “In the news: Chris Haddock on Da Vinci”

  1. “‘We’re putting it on as soon as we could after the hockey playoffs,’ said CBC programming director Kirstine Layfield.”

    Sure. And what about the six months before the hockey playoffs?

  2. Wow! A made in Canada political drama returns. About time CBC. I say we need to give the finger wave to Stevie and his Americanize Canada tilt.

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