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Rating: NNNNNIn defending the CBC's upcoming sensational mini-series on biker gangs, the public broadcaster's creative head of movies and mini-series,.
In defending the CBC’s upcoming sensational mini-series on biker gangs, the public broadcaster’s creative head of movies and mini-series, Brian Freeman, told the National Post that he’s committed to doing a “public good” and that a typical CBC drama is usually “an adaptation of an important Canadian literary work, but more often it is an historical subject that is of broad public interest, or a contemporary subject that is part of the public preoccupation.” We don’t how they do it, but the Mother Corp can even make outlaw bikers sound boring.