From Ian Bailey of The Globe and Mail:
Chris Haddock talks about his return to the CBC with The Romeo Section
Chris Haddock’s new TV series is about spies, but he is keeping other aspects of what he’s working on top secret. However, the creator of such acclaimed Vancouver-set shows as Da Vinci’s Inquest and Intelligence will declassify one point: He is excited to be back in command of a TV show.
Eight years after CBC cancelled Intelligence, the crime drama that is his most recent series, Mr. Haddock is working toward the October debut of The Romeo Section. Although Mr. Haddock, the show’s creator, executive producer, writer and director, is keeping his secrets about The Romeo Section’s premise, promotional material from the CBC describes it as a “contemporary espionage thriller” about a veteran agent who sets out to recruit a high-value informant. Continue reading.
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