From Michael Fraiman of The Canadian Jewish News:
Link: With Workin’ Moms, CBC raises the bar for Canadian TV
I never thought I’d say this, but CBC-TV is on a roll. It began in 2015, with the debut of Schitt’s Creek, a quietly amusing sitcom by Canadian Jewish father-son duo Eugene and Dan Levy. In 2016, CBC introduced Kim’s Convenience, a fluffy story of Korean shopkeepers that has proven to be, if not gut-busting comedy, at least a cute, polished family comedy pushing minority representation across the country.
Then came 2017, when Workin’ Moms walked in the door, and elevated CBC-TV to a whole other level. Continue reading.