From Bryan Cairns of Huffington Post:
- ‘Bomb Girls’: A TV Miniseries Where Women Rule the Roost
Visiting the “Bomb Girls” set is like being transported back to the early ’40s. The six-part miniseries, which revolves around the dedicated Canadian women who stepped up to work in a munitions factory during World War II, is shot in Toronto, and has the look and feel of a “Mad Men” – “Pan Am” hybrid. Naturally, the producers took special care to capture the war vibe of the ’40s, and the intricate details will be impossible to miss when the miniseries premieres on January 4 at 8 p.m. on Global TV. Read more.
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