From Bill Brioux:
It takes a whole year — and a couple of new cast members — to make an Air Farce New Year’s Eve special. The holiday favourite returns with the 2014 year-ender Wednesday at 8 p.m. on CBC.
After 40 years, the Farce has earned its wings as Canada’s longest-running comedy troupe. While the weekly series has been grounded since 2008, the New Year’s show continues to be a hit with Canadians, with last year’s effort the highest-rated yet, drawing over 1.5 million viewers.
Joining founding members Don Ferguson and Luba Goy this New Year’s are “second generation” players who date back to the series days: Craig Lauzon, Alan Park and Penelope Corrin. Continue reading.
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