In the news: The Border finds balance

From Bill Harris of Sun Media:

  • ‘Border’ sits on edge
    “Personal admission: When we first saw The Border last season, we feared it might be too smart for a mass audience. ‘It’s a fine line to walk, right?’ said James McGowan, who plays Mike Kessler in The Border. The CBC series returns for its second season tonight on CBC.” Read more.


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One thought on “In the news: The Border finds balance”

  1. I think that the problem here, is that some Canadians want our homegrown espionage TV series to be excessively entertainment-oriented like – let’s say – “24”. However, as time went by, “24” did nothing more than piling up unrealistic situations and displaying a lack of depth (and the sixth season was a good proof and I hope that the seventh season will be better).

    With that said, I think that “The Border” is not as boring as one may think. In fact, what I like about it is that it tells stories that are relatively close to our political reality without distorting it too much.

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