From Annette Bourdeau of Huffington Post:
- Canadian TV: Best 11 Moments of 2011
Perhaps most notably, our Canuck quest for global TV domination continued to gain momentum with homegrown shows like “Rookie Blue,” “Todd and the Book of Pure Evil,” “Lost Girl” and “Republic of Doyle” steadily growing their international audiences around the world (and we also reinforced the global stereotype that Canadians are an attractive bunch, with the likes of Anna Silk, Missy Peregrym and Allan Hawco representing us on the world stage). Read more.
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