From the Toronto Star:
- Tonight on TV
“8 P.M. to 10 P.M. It was smart, it was sexy, it was edgy. So why has the CBC series Intelligence so far failed to interest Canadian viewers? It can’t be for lack of trying – CBC is repeating the original TV movie made in 2005 with Ian Tracey and Klea Scott. Intelligence deserves to succeed – shot in Vancouver, it takes advantage of the beauty of the city as well as the sense of danger. Tracey stars as Jimmy Reardon, a third-generation gangster heavily dependent on the drug trade, and Scott is the street smart government operative determined to bring him down (CBC at 8).”
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