From Melissa Hank of O.Canada.com:
Bravo’s elegant and tense police drama 19-2 returns for its second season Monday with a school shooting episode that was both emotionally and technically demanding to film. The premiere, titled School, contains countless casualties (most of them students) and a 13-minute single-camera tracking shot that’s a tour de force.
19-2, which is based on a French-Canadian TV series and is set in Montreal, has been praised by critics and drew an average of nearly 200,000 viewers per episode in its first season. It centres on hardened beat cop Nick Barron (Adrian Holmes) and his new partner Ben Chartier (Jared Keeso). Continue reading.
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