From Brian Gorman of the Sudbury Star:
- Open Letter
“One of the smart things Canadian networks do is launch shows in January. This way, the little baby series avoid getting swallowed up by the big U. S. fall premieres, and they deliver alternatives at a time when viewers are probably most open to them. By now, the fall shows are old, and the holidays pushed a lot of them into reruns or off the air.” Read more.
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