From Scott Stinson of the National Post:
- Surprise CanCon hit Bomb Girls returns for a second shift with high hopes and new nuance
The canteen at Victory Munitions is empty and quiet. A poster promoting war bonds is on the wall. Michael MacLennan, one of the executive producers of Bomb Girls, suddenly arrives for his interview on a scooter. A manual-powered scooter, like the kind kids use, but adult-sized. Itâ€™s one of the best ways to traverse the expansive set in Torontoâ€™s southwest end. Between the bomb factory floor, the office area, the hospital, the nightclub, various residences, not to mention all the parts of a television production that never appear on camera, the Bomb Girls set, all housed in the shell of a 1940s-era furniture factory, would wear out a lot of shoes if you walked it. Thus the scooter. Read more.