From Francois Marchand of the Vancouver Sun:
Third season of CTV crime show Motive promises weirder, wilder mysteries
On a balmy November morning in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, a small crowd of onlookers was amassed around the overpass at East Hastings and Raymur Avenue. The bloodied, mangled body of a man was hanging from the railing, suspended by his rappel gear. His unfinished graffiti was sprayed on the overpass wall nearby. For the cast and crew of CTV crime drama Motive, this body was referred to lovingly as “the flesh chandelier.” It will be central to the intrigue in the sixth episode of the show’s third season, which starts March 8. Continue reading.
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