From Kate Taylor of the Globe and Mail:
Why fans of cancelled TV show Bomb Girls are fighting back
Like fan campaigns before it, this one is unlikely to change the minds of network executives. But the cancellation this week illuminates how the harsh realities of the broadcasting system discriminate against Canadian content. The show’s producers say its Season 2 ratings dropped after it had to take a six-week break to make way on Global’s schedule for the CBS series Survivor. Despite a loyal fan base, decent ratings and a critical reputation as a strong Canadian series, Bomb Girls lost out to a business model driven by simulcasts of American shows. Continue reading.
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