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.
From Bill Brioux of the Toronto Star:
Link: ‘Holy crap! That’s Malcolm McDowell!’ How the acting legend ended up on CBC’s ‘Son of a Critch’
Malcolm McDowell made quite an entrance when the new CBC sitcom “Son of a Critch” premiered earlier this month. Continue reading.