Wednesday, February 10, 2010

'The Bridge' Premieres March 5 On CTV

Although The Bridge was supposed to be simulcasted on CTV (in Canada) and CBS (in the USA), CTV decided to go on its own. As a result of that, this one-hour drama will have a two-hour premiere after the Vancouver Olympic Games on March 5, 2010 at 9 PM. Afterwards, The Bridge will move to its regular timeslot at 10 PM on March 12.

After the rank and file unanimously vote tough and dedicated street cop Frank Leo (Aaron Douglas) into office as the police union’s dynamic leader, he begins his quest to put street cops first and clean up the force from the ground up as he battles criminals on the street, police department brass and corruption in the ranks. But the old boys’ network running the police force and the city’s self-serving politicians are not about to sit idly by while a former street cop makes up his own rules. Frank walks the thin blue line as he battles criminals on the streets, corruption in the ranks and the politically motivated department brass, letting nothing stop him from fulfilling his unwavering vow that when cops are in trouble, he will be there to protect the protectors.

Note that The Bridge is written by Alan Di Fiore and is more or less based on the life of Craig Bromell, a former head of the Toronto police union.

Moreover, the show also star Paul Popowich, Inga Cadranel,Genadijs Dolganovs, Frank Cassini, Theresa Joy, Ona Grauer, Michael Murphy and Stuart Margolin.

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