From Jaime Weinman of Maclean’s Magazine:
Where did all of TV’s old people go?
Canadian writer-director Michael McGowan isn’t what you’d call a “youth” filmmaker. His last film, the well-received Still Mine, was about a couple in their 70s. But his new TV series, Between, premiering in Canada on City TV on May 21 and on Shomi the day after, can’t help but look a little youth-oriented, considering its premise: In the small town of Pretty Lake, everyone over the age of 21 mysteriously drops dead. Continue reading.
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