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Link: Canadian novelists are tuning into big small screen opportunities

From Zoe Whittall of the National Post:

Canadian novelists are tuning into big small screen opportunities
Where once novelists may have looked down their noses at television, or considered TV in direct opposition to capital-L literature, these days you’re more likely to hear writers of all stripes expressing appreciation for the considerable artistry and innovation happening on the small screen. Contemporary TV is having a moment, Canadian shows included — consider satisfying hit shows Orphan Black, X Company, Remedy and Rookie Blue. Continue reading.

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One thought on “Link: Canadian novelists are tuning into big small screen opportunities”

  1. These last two seasons, Degrassi has been really good, much better than Seasons 10 to 12.. I’m currently binge-watching the last season and am really enjoying it. It actually had an original-Degrassi feeling to it. Hopefully the rumours that it’s getting cancelled aren’t true. It’s one of the best Canadian shows in terms of story quality and we’ll-fleshed-out characters IMO.

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