Post by anim8rfsk
Man, you have to drill down through multiple Web pages to get to this:
I loved the comment:
Andrew Niall Gordanier
October 10, 2018 at 12:10 pm
Set in America, not going to watch even one episode. Sick and
tired of the cultural degrading practice of hiding our identity
for the benefit of others.
The characters performed by the two leads are both English. One actress
is English, the other Scottish. The characters originated on a series
produced for ITV produced in England. After two series, the original
series wasn't renewed.
By setting a spinoff series in San Francisco, but with a Vancouver-based
production, exactly what Canadian culture and identify has been
degraded? Take two Bob & Doug Mackenzie skits and be so kind as to shove
them up your ass, hosers.
Canadadileeinalians aren't above klatcheral appropriation krap.
The Wikipedia page sez it's a British-Canadian co-production produced
for ITV and CityTV. The latter is a network of six Rogers o&o broadcast
stations across Canada.
In the US, it's distributed by BritBox, which must be yet another
Internet-only video distribution service. BritBox had a stake in its
production. AMC Networks (licensee of BBC America) has a non-voting
minority stake in BritBox, which is curious given that you'd think
they'd have wanted to distribute this series itself.
It's one series, 8 episodes, already broadcast last summer on ITV and
BritBox. Didn't CityTV air it already?
What dark Web corner are you two watching it on?