From John Doyle of the Globe and Mail:
- ‘I learned that a show doesn’t have to be derivative to succeed’
“Some people never grasped why Trailer Park Boys was that rare Canadian thing – a pop-culture phenomenon, a TV hit with legions of devoted fans. Most famously, Jim Shaw, top honcho at Shaw Communications, used Trailer Park Boys to attack the genre of TV shows made with the help of the Canadian Television Fund.” Read more.
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