From Jaime J. Weinman of Macleans:
- No little synagogue on the prairie: A new Canadian comedy series goes out of its way to emphasize that it’s not a ‘Jewish’ show
“‘This is not a show about a Jewish family,’ says Marvin Kaye, creator of the new series Less Than Kind. ‘It is about a family that happens to be Jewish.’ The comedy, premiering on Citytv on Oct. 13, about a Jewish teenager (Jesse Camacho) living in Winnipeg, was conceived by Kaye and co-creator Chris Sheasgreen as a show in the vein of Arrested Development, with Camacho as a smart but shy kid perpetually embarrassed by his dysfunctional family.” Read more.
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