From Yvonne Zacharias of the Vancouver Sun:
It’s make-or-break time for Robson Arms: Series’ third season introduces Chuck, who has big plans for the building
“The characters are quirky and lovable. As the plots twist and turn, they churn through the turbulence of daily life. This is the kind of cast you’d find living in a West End apartment building, which is precisely the idea. Robson Arms, the CTV show set in a fictitious building in Vancouver’s West End, returns Monday for Season 3.” Read more.
It’s make-or-break time for Robson Arms: Part II
“There is nothing actors Kevin McNulty and David Richmond-Peck like to do more than hang out together, both on and off the Robson Arms set. They say there is a chemistry between them. ‘It really translates on camera when we are doing a scene together,’ said Richmond-Peck.” Read more.
- Kid in the Hall Dave Foley has a kid on TV and new ‘Robson Arms’ stint
“The Toronto-born comedian-actor says he’d love to work with [daughter] Alina one day, perhaps even on “Robson Arms,” the CTV comedy series kicking off its third season on Monday with Foley as a regular guest star. “It would be fun to work with her,” he says of the prospect.” Read more.
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