Motive aims to be a whydunit instead of whodunit

From Scott Stinson of the National Post:

  • Motive turns the police-procedural on its ear
    The set of Motive, CTV’s new police procedural that’s filmed on a studio lot in Burnaby, B.C., looks in many ways like a typical police-station set. There’s the bullpen, full of detectives’ desks, next to the sergeant’s office. There’s the break room, and the interrogation room and the conference room. But the lighting is bright and the space airy, and in the front lobby there’s a big wall covered with assorted greenery. It has a Vancouver feel to it, which makes sense since the show is set, purposefully and plainly, in Vancouver. Read more.
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