From Scott Stinson of the National Post:
- Sci-fi high: The boom in Canadian series that go bump in the night
Early-episode jitters are a long way behind Silk and Lost Girl now. The show’s third season began this month on Showcase in Canada and on the Syfy channel in the United States. It’s now a standard bearer for what has been a surprising trend in domestic production — series that are heavy on shapeshifters and werewolves and what have you are getting successful multi-season runs in Canada and are being exported internationally. Read more.
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