Links: Son of a Critch, Season 1

From Stephen Cooke of Saltwire:

Link: New East Coast television series mines a Critch vein of warm family comedy
It was like a jovial family reunion broke out during a Zoom call to discuss the new Newfoundland-shot comedy series Son of a Critch, and it was hard not to get steamrolled a bit by the whole affair. Continue reading.

From Anne Brodie of What She Said Talk:

Link: The Son of a Critch shares his journey from boyhood to Canadian comedy icon
Mark Critch’s wonderfully wild and on-point humour has elevated CBC’s This Hour Has 22 Minutes since 2013 and he remains a treasure there to this day, in Season 29. Critch has his own comedy series now! Continue reading.

From Tatiana Hullender of Screenrant:

Link: Mark Critch, Malcolm McDowell & Benjamin Evan Ainsworth Interview: Son Of A Critch
When comedian, writer and actor Mark Critch sat down to pen his memoir, Son of a Critch, he had little idea it would become its own comedy series. Continue reading.

From Sadaf Ahsan of the The Canadian Press:

Link: Comic Mark Critch on reliving childhood in his father’s shoes in ‘Son of a Critch’
Comedian Mark Critch is reliving his childhood for all to see in the new TV series “Son of a Critch” – but he’s doing it in his father’s shoes this time around. Continue reading.

From Bill Brioux of Brioux.tv:

Link: Son of a Critch is an East Coast Conners meets The Wonder Years
Watching the first two episodes of Son of a Critch brought me right back to the first time I saw The Wonder Years, the original, ABC version which premiered in 1988. Continue reading.

From Tara Bradbury of Saltwire:

Link: Did Mark Critch’s brother witness a would-be murder in St. John’s? Family lore will come to life this season on ‘Son of a Critch’
There was a Sunday evening, growing up in the boonies of Kenmount Road near the VOCM station, when Mike Critch Jr. may or may not have witnessed the aftermath of a murder. Continue reading.

From Steve Norton of Screenfish:

Link: Son of a Critch: Memories are Made of Critch
They say you can never truly go home again. But can you feel welcome revisiting someone else’s home? Continue reading.

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