As for 19-2, I’ve become a fan of it. I worry that I’m too deferential in Gloryosky’s 19-2 live-tweet sessions, yet I am impressed with the way the main plot (who is the mole in 19-2?) unfolds. It makes me wonder why I didn’t follow 19-2 in its first season, or plan a live-tweet session until two weeks after 19-2’s second season premiere. The cops-on-the-beat storytelling style works for this show, especially given the events of both “Tables” and “Property Line”. I think the show can be too sterile and stagy at times, yet no English-language Canadian drama can match 19-2’s plotting, even if English-language 19-2 follows French-language 19-2’s lead. I’m not sure Bravo knows what 19-2 gives the channel.
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