From David Berry of the National Post:
CBC fall schedule proves ever-beleaguered public broadcaster has plenty to live for
The debut of the self-consciously steamy Romeo Section this past Wednesday marked the last premiere of the CBC’s major fall programming, though the degree to which you’re aware of that fact may depend largely on how closely you pay attention to bus shelter ads. What precisely the CBC is doing, particularly on its primetime television schedule, doesn’t often impinge on Canadians’ group consciousness, unless and until someone needs a convenient drum to bang on about why the network shouldn’t have funding or where the good Canadian television shows are. Continue reading.
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