From Scott Stinson of the National Post:
- Saving Hope, save thyself: Big Canadian ratings no guarantee for new series
On a visit to the set of Saving Hope in the spring, I asked actor Michael Shanks whether he had noticed any differences since NBC had decided to add the CTV original production to its summer schedule. Shanks, who plays Charlie, the comatose surgeon who lies in a bed at Hope Zion Hospital — and, in the show’s significant twist, also wanders the rooms in a not-particularly-defined spirit sense — was forthright about what happens when, midway through production, a second major network comes on board. Read more.
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