After a prominent politician's husband is abducted and then left to die from Locations included the former studios of CBC Northern Ontario and the North.
With its striking red plumage, the northern cardinal is a favored guest at backyard bird feeders Cardinals are medium-sized birds (8 inches), with the male being slightly larger than the female. Reception[ edit ] John Doyle of The Globe and Mail praised the series, calling it "a gripping, superbly made crime drama" which ultimately lands as "landmark Canadian TV". Each season is going to do a book or two from the written series. Billy Campbell was superb as Cardinal.
The main protagonist Cardinal, is very much in the vain of Jesse Stone, moody, skilled, with warts and flaws, and secrets yet to be revealed. Cardinal is a Canadian crime drama television series, which was first broadcast on January 25, Musgrave thinks he has finally found the evidence he is looking for. The same atmosphere, foreboding, characterization, quality writing, acting and direction are all present.
Other then the weather its a winter setting the actual setting is incidental to the plot, and could easily be where you are. I suppose the one thing I do believe is more bodies will be found, other cagdinal that the suspense is palatable, and I relish it. Looking for Bird Houses?
Feb 4, — In 25 years of watching the birds who stop by to snack on her backyard feeders, Shirley Caldwell of Erie, Penn., says she's never seen anything. Background music featured in the series is composed by Toronto-based Todor Kobakov.
The quality of the production itself is exactly on par with the series I noted in the first paragraph, so no let down will be found there. I feel my comparables above were accurate and relevant.
Unique Bird Houses. But apparently it is a financial success as its primary sponsor CTV in Canada committed to not one but 2 more seasons of at least 6 episodes. In the first episode saw a small glimmer of the man, although perhaps flawed or misdirection, peeled back.
If so then Cardinal is for you. I look eagerly forward to the next episode.
This is apparently a Canadian production, and takes place in a nameless mid-sized city apparently in Northern Ontario, and which I think is supposed to be a mirror for Thunder Bay correction, North Bay apparently. It had very few lows, and many highs.
Background music featured in the series is composed by Toronto-based Todor Kobakov. Reception[ edit ] John Doyle of The Globe and Mail praised the series, calling it "a gripping, superbly made crime drama" which ultimately lands as "landmark Canadian TV". I really enjoyed the entire season.
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