From Rob Salem of the Toronto Star:
- Silver lining on a grey summer: Good Canadian pickings are slim as Global, CTV buy American schlock
“This summer, most of the American networks will typically pad their schedules with half-baked reality formats, warmed-over reruns and burned-off episodes of mid-season series that did not otherwise make it onto the air. So once again, it falls to our own commercial networks – the CBC is, appropriately enough, a given – to come up with at least a couple of worthy homegrown alternatives.” Read more.
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