From Bill Harris of QMI:
‘Trailer Park Boys’ happy to be back for season eight
Mike Smith is so devoted to his role on Trailer Park Boys that he has undergone a physical transformation. “In the early seasons I would get nauseous wearing the glasses,” admitted Smith, who plays Bubbles. “But I can wear them now sort of indefinitely, my brain has adjusted to it.” Continue reading.
Meet Ricky, Julian and Bubbles a.k.a. the “Trailer Park Boys.” They’re the residents of the beautiful, scenic Sunnyvale Trailer Park in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia — a quaint Canadian locale full of dope, liquor, and a healthy dose of foul language. With a brand new season of ten all-new episodes, these lovable misfits bring all of their petty antics and hilarious misadventures exclusively to Netflix, available September 5th, 2014.
From Debra Yeo of the Toronto Star:
Trailer Park Boys to debut on Netflix Sept. 5
Canadians’ favourite drinking, swearing, pot-smoking layabouts, Ricky, Julian and Bubbles, announced Monday that the Trailer Park Boys’ eighth season debuts on Netflix Sept. 5. Continue reading.
From Brian Towie of Metro Canada:
- Year of the Letdown
“Disappointment hardly encapsulates a grim year when dross thrived and the axe fell on the righteous and wicked alike. Puerile Yankee knock-offs such as Project Runway Canada and So You Think You Can Dance Canada drew huge audiences despite cringe-inducing banter from Tré Armstrong and Leah Miller — whose saccharine anima won’t abandon my brain no matter how many times I envision a flaming school bus crashing into a room full of harp seal puppies.” Read more.
From Cameron Archer at URBMN: