From Kate Taylor of the Globe and Mail:
- Canadian TV networks and the search for your funny bone
“While the public broadcaster satirizes Canada’s international inferiority complex this winter, CTV will be launching a second season for two idiosyncratic sitcoms featuring Corner Gas alumni: Fred Ewanuik’s Dan for Mayor, about a bartender who runs for office; and Brent Butt’s Hiccups, in which the comedian plays therapist to Nancy Robertson’s Millie, a children’s author with anger-management issues.” Read more.
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