From Debra Yeo of the Toronto Star:
Link: Rachelle Lefevre on why she loved making â€˜The Sounds,â€™ a show thatâ€™s both a mystery and a change of scenery
“Itâ€™s a mystery and entertaining, and has lot of twists and turns, and people who like that genre should definitely check us out.” Continue reading.
From Karen Butler of UPI:
Link: Rachelle Lefevre: Sounds offers humanity, mystery and a reckoning
“I’m always interested in anything where characters have to pay the piper…where the reckoning comes from all the things they tried to pretend they weren’t.” Continue reading.Â
From Kristin Brzoznowski of World Screen:
Link: Sarah-Kate Lynch on The Sounds
“I love when people do things wrong when theyâ€™ve got the opportunity not to. Iâ€™m always interested in the moment that they make that choice; I think human nature is fascinating.” Continue reading.
From Peter de Graaf of the New Zealand Herald:
Link: Whangaroa scenery the star in Canadian TV series
The Whangaroa Harbour’s spectacular scenery is one of the stars in an international mini-series due to hit TV screens in Canada this week. Continue reading.
From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:
Link: The Sounds: Rachelle Lefevre on CBC’s new, intriguing mystery series
“When you first meet Maggie and Tom everything is very bright, they are very happy, loving, and affectionate. For audience members who are paying attention, thereâ€™s a couple of references to the fact that these two are leaving something behind.” Continue reading.Â