From Cassandra Szklarski of The Canadian Press:
- Canadian TV gets summer season spotlight while U.S. networks gear for fall
Canadian TV is hitting full bloom this summer. With most U.S. programming having retreated into reruns, Canuck stars hope the reduced competition will allow their shows to flourish. “You go on in the fall when all the big U.S. shows come and you get buried behind their promotional machine,” says comic Brent Butt, whose Vancouver-set sitcom “Hiccups” returned with new episodes at the end of May. Read more.
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