From Bill Brioux of Brioux.tv:
Link: Studios aren’t the only thing Dead Still on TV today
One of the most curious TV shows promoted at the most recent Television Critics Association press tour back in January was Dead Still. Continue reading.
From Debra Yeo of the Toronto Star:
Link: He shoots dead people: Acorn TVâ€™s delightful â€˜Dead Stillâ€™ blends the macabre art of post-mortem photography with period mystery
Google the words â€œpost-mortem photographyâ€ and your screen will fill with sepia-toned family portraits in which something seems a little off. Look more closely and you may discern why: if itâ€™s a true post-mortem photo, one of the subjects is dead. Continue reading.
From Kaila Hale-Stern of The Mary Sue:
Link: Dead Still is the darkly comic Victorian murder mystery series you didnâ€™t know you needed
Dead Still is unique not just in its subject matterâ€”which zooms in on practices of grieving that can feel profoundly alien to a modern audienceâ€”but in its co-mingling of dark humour, ghastly pastimes, and tongue-in-cheek period representation. Continue reading.
From Tracy Palmer of Signal Horizon Magazine:
Link: Acorn TV’s Dead Still is the morbidly hilarious series you can’t miss
The series succeeds because of these actors. So achingly determined, Logan exudes sincerity. Oâ€™Higgins gives just enough innocence to Nancy that even when she is insufferable, you still like her, and Smiley is a revelation. Continue reading.