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Links: The Order, Season 2

From Heather M. of TV Goodness:

Link: Previewing The Order Season 2
If you’re ready for a little fun supernatural diversion–and really, who isn’t–Netflix might have the cure for what ails you when the second season of The Order, the very wickedly fun and funny witches and werewolves and college, oh my, drama series drops Thursday. Continue reading.

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: The Order’s Devery Jacobs uses art to fuel her activism
“We are a small-time Canadian show, but the reception we ended up getting, the fandom and going to Comic-Con made us a bit nervous going into Season 2.” Continue reading.

From Heather M. of TV Goodness:

Link: Dennis Heaton talks The Order, Season 2
“What I wanted to do in Season 2 was open up the sense of the world. We got into that in Season 1 when we introduced Renee and the Necromancers, the rejected members of the Order, and so I wanted to see more of that…” Continue reading. 

From Heather M. of TV Goodness:

Link: Louriza Tronco talks The Order Season 2
“Humans are obviously very complex and the fact that we were able to sort of mirror that within a TV show that seems to be hitting home with a lot of people who are watching it is really, really special and great.” Continue reading. 

From Sukriti Wahl of Elle Australia:

Link: This underrated Netflix show Is Like ‘Charmed’ meets ‘Riverdale’
If you’re in dire need of a show to binge and you’ve already worked your way through Netflix’s June lineup, then we have a series to suggest that we’re pretty sure you’ll thank us for later: The Order. Continue reading. 

From Julian Cannon of The Knockturnal:

Link: Netflix’s The Order star Louriza Tronco
I can’t believe that they’re letting me do all this stuff. So it’s really props to all the writers for such a multi-dimensional character for myself.” Continue reading. 

From Dan Gentile of the San Francisco Gate:

Link: This chart-topping Netflix show is like an R-rated Harry Potter
My favorite thing about “The Order,” and a stark contrast to everything in the news, is the idea of consequences. In the world of the show, magic has a price. The bigger the spell, the higher the cost. Continue reading. 

From Charles Trapunski of Brief Take:

Link: Interview: The Order’s Jake Manley
“Dennis Heaton, the showrunner, is one of the funniest guys I have ever met and when you sprinkle the humorous on top of this vast world of magic and monsters, it becomes an incredibly fun ride, I think, like you said.” Continue reading.

 

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Links: Anne with an E, Season 3

From Magala Dilip of Meaww.com:

Link: ‘Anne with an E’ Season 3 will see a shift in aesthetics, diverse characters and a coming-of-age storyline, teases Helen Johns
The first two seasons of Netflix’s ‘Anne with an E’ has managed to impress not only all the fans of the ‘Anne of Green Gables’ book series but also those who were ignorant about this beautiful universe. Continue reading. 

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Anne with an E’s Amybeth McNulty previews a milestone year for Anne
“I started this role when I was 14 and had no idea what I was doing. Anne and I have grown up alongside each other now, and I feel like I really have gotten to know her. I feel like I know what I’m doing and have the right to say to the director an idea I have. It’s really nice because I have more trust in myself as an actor.” Continue reading.

From Melissa Girimonte of The Televixen:

Link: Get ready for Anne with an E Season 3 with Amybeth McNulty and Kiawenti:io Tarbell
“It’s an incredible experience for Anne, and she learns so much in a short time just from being introduced to [Ka’kwet’s] community. It’s eye-opening for Anne, but also for Matthew and Marilla. They learn over time — and it’s a slow development — that the Mi’kmaq are just humans. It was the same with Bash last season.” Continue reading.

From Melissa Girimonte of The Televixen:

Link: Moira Walley-Beckett on Anne’s bold and tumultuous third season
“It’s such a complicated time, and it’s been an interesting challenge to go back there in my imagination. I’ve been writing the character of Anne for so long in a certain way and with a certain level of maturity.” Continue reading.

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Emmy-nominated comedy Schitt’s Creek returns for sixth and final season January 7 on CBC

From a media release:

CBC today announced that its critically acclaimed original hit comedy series SCHITT’S CREEK (14×30) returns for its sixth and final season on Tuesday, January 7 at 9 p.m. (9:30 NT), airing on the same day and time across Canada and the U.S. This season, the Roses are achieving huge success in their careers and personal lives, forcing them all to contemplate their inevitable next steps. The series is also available on the free CBC Gem steaming service.

Co-created by Eugene Levy and Daniel Levy, the series is nominated for Best Comedy Series, Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Catherine O’Hara), Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Eugene Levy) and Outstanding Contemporary Costumes. Since its debut in 2015, SCHITT’S CREEK has been recognized with more than 95 award nominations and 35 wins to date and appeared on more than 30 ‘Best Of’ lists in 2018.  Most recently, TV Guide called SCHITT’S CREEK “the best show on TV right now.”

SCHITT’S CREEK is a half-hour, single-camera comedy starring an ensemble cast including Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara, Daniel Levy, Annie Murphy, Chris Elliott, Emily Hampshire, Jennifer Robertson, Noah Reid, Dustin Milligan, Sarah Levy, and Karen Robinson.

Commissioned by CBC, SCHITT’S CREEK is produced by Not A Real Company Productions Inc. and created by Eugene Levy and Daniel Levy. The executive producers are Daniel Levy, Eugene Levy, Andrew Barnsley, Fred Levy, David West Read and Ben Feigin. SCHITT’S CREEK is produced in association with CBC and Pop TV and distributed internationally by ITV Studios Global Entertainment.

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Link: Australian actor JayR Tinaco’s role in ‘Another Life’ helped them come out as non-binary

From Samuel Leighton-Dore of SBS Pride:

Link: Australian actor JayR Tinaco’s role in ‘Another Life’ helped them come out as non-binary
“It was so important to the creator, Aaron Martin, that Zayn’s identity was not be a topic of conversation or a story arch. The show takes place 50-70 years in the future, so he just believed that, like any cis-gender person, the LGBTQ+ identities would be free to exist without question or a second thought.” Continue reading. 

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