From Melissa Hank of Postmedia:
Link: Legal drama Diggstown tackles difficult topics head-on
The truth, it’s uncomfortable. It’s messy, beautiful and bleak. Diggstown, the CBC legal drama now in its third season, embraces those facts — and audiences are arguably better for it. Continue reading.
From Charles Trapunski of Brief Take:
Link: Interview: Diggstown’s Natasha Henstridge and Crystal Lightning
Gemini Award winner Natasha Henstridge has plenty of experience in dramatic roles and has settled into her performance on the Floyd Kane Nova Scotia-set series Diggstown, especially during this pandemic season. Continue reading.
From Jordan Parker of Halifax Today:
Link: ‘Diggstown’ unafraid to uncover uncomfortable truths
The latest season of Diggstown offers a nuanced, in-depth method of exploring the hard-hitting topics creator Floyd Kane has never shied away from. Continue reading.
From Morgan Mullin of Chatelaine:
Link: 5 Reasons We Love Diggstown (If You Havenâ€™t Been Watching, Start!)
Nova Scotia lawyer Marcie Diggs doesnâ€™t care what you think. Instead, the anchor of the deeply watchable legal drama Diggstown spends her time figuring out what success and justice mean to her. Continue reading.
From Elisabetta Bianchini of Yahoo! News:
Link: ‘Diggstown’ gets honest about COVID-19, long-term care homes and inequities in Canadaâ€™s legal system
â€œOne of the things that we’ve been talking about, in terms of the pandemic, across the country, has been the deplorable state of long-term care homes across the country, and the way in which we treat and care for our elderly.â€ Continue reading.
From Stephen Cooke of Saltwire:
Link: Season 3 of Halifax-shot Diggstown gives dramatic life to current issues
Diggstown is about to undergo a seismic shakeup. Continue reading.
From Jennifer Cox of The Suburban:
Link: Pierrefonds’ Shailene Garnett of CBC’s Diggstown talks about Season 3
The hard-hitting Canadian legal drama Diggstown on CBC is back for Season 3 and premieres on October 6th. Continue reading.