From John Doyle:
Well, say hello to a great, gutsy new Canadian series that is both hilarious and consequential. It’s about native women.
Mohawk Girls (Sunday, Omni, 9 p.m.; Tuesday, APTN, 9 p.m.) has been lazily connected to Sex and the City in order to define what it is. It isn’t that. It lacks the cynicism of that series, but it glories in a similar post-political-correctness attitude to single women, sex, men and power. At the same time, it’s laugh-out-loud funny. Continue reading.
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