From Cassandra Szklarski of the Canadian Press:
- Citytv turns to homegrown U.S.-style multi-cam comedy for 2013 lineup
“Canada seems to have a great history … of children’s programming and sketch comedy and dramas. But the sitcoms by-and-large either feel too broad maybe, for U.S. audiences, or too sketchy. Or fall somewhere in between a dramedy and a comedy. None of which by the way is bad — it’s not a judgment — it’s just, if they wanted us to go on after ‘Scrubs,’ it didn’t (work).” Read more.
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