From Glen Schaeffer of the Vancouver Sun:
- The Bridge inspired by former police union leader
“A scene in the first episode of the new Toronto-set TV drama The Bridge has a group of police officers emptying their guns into a fleeing pickup truck, after which one of them jokes blackly with investigators probing the shooting. ‘Americans love that,’ says Vancouver actor Aaron Douglas, who stars in the show as that scene’s joker, a uniformed cop and police union leader named Frank Leo. ‘I’ve shown the pilot to friends, a couple of cops, and they think that’s just the best scene in the show.'” Read more.
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