From John Doyle of the Globe and Mail, whose list of shows that mattered includes Intelligence, Rick Mercer Report, Little Mosque on the Prairie, and Durham County:
- The best and worst shows of 2007
“Back for a second season, Chris Haddock’s series stayed outstandingly smart, layered and entertaining. Haddock, with a superb cast and group of directors, managed to turn the drama of a dope baron’s life into an epic, gripping story of cops, criminals and Canada. It had many small, brilliant moments of subtlety and wit, and if its appeal passed some people by, so be it. Most great TV is not mass-appeal entertainment.” Read more.
Photo: Ian Tracey as Jimmy Reardon in Intelligence
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