From the Canadian Press:
- ‘Royal Canadian Air Farce’ sketch series to end 15-year run on CBC-TV
“CBC-TV’s long-running comedy show, “The Royal Canadian Air Farce,” is ending its 15-year run, a mutual decision by the show’s producers and the network. Producers Don Ferguson and Roger Abbott, who also star on the beloved sketch comedy series, have informed the cast and crew that there will be a truncated, 10-episode season starting in the fall, with a final “Air Farce” farewell edition airing on New Year’s Eve.” Read more.
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