From Adrian Chamberlain of the Victoria Times-Colonist:
- Global’s new show Bomb Girls has Victoria connections
“When we first pitched the story, people said it would never work,” recalled the 44-year-old TV writer from his Toronto home. It did, though. Bomb Girls — about women working in a Second World War munitions factory — ranks as the No. 1 new television series in Canada, attracting an audience averaging 1.2 million. Following a six-episode season in 2012, a second season was launched this week on Global. This time there are 12 episodes — an indication Shaw Media is solidly behind the show. Read more.
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