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What is it about bad television that makes you clamour for more? I was bored one day and stumbled upon this show from Canada while surfing through the available shows on Showtime on Demand, a special digital cable offering in the States. They should have kept this dreadful crap on YTV for all of those poor Canadian kids to enjoy. The concept is Logan's Run meets Demolition Man, and the acting is enjoyably putrid. So why I am attracted to this show? Is it Tatiana Maslany trying to be Lacey Chabert? Is it Elyse Levesque channeling a pouty Kate Bosworth with a little Katherine Heigl mixed in?
There's some bad kid-oriented sci-fi out there. Check out Discovery Kids on NBC-TV some Saturday morning. I give them credit for at least attempting to be creative and interesting. But with talent like this, "Kids Incorporated: Maple Leaf Edition" would have been a better idea.
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