From Judith Timson of the Toronto Star:
Link: Mary Kills People lets us consider our own deaths
It says a lot about the political dark times we are living through that one of the distractions I’ve glommed on to for relief is the taut new Canadian drama Mary Kills People.
Midway through a six-episode series on Global, and also airing on the Lifetime channel, Mary Kills People, starring Caroline Dhavernas as Dr. Mary Harris, tackles the difficult issue of doctor-assisted death in the most un-Canadian way possible: full on melodrama with black humour; an unflinching flawed heroine who is also an overworked single mother; troublesome teenage girls; handsome risky men; drugs, sex and danger at every turn. Continue reading.
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