Award win­ning drama ‘19-2’ moves from Bravo to CTV

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - ENTERTAINMENT -

TORONTO — Af­ter a three­sea­son run on Bravo, “19-2’’ will move to CTV for its fi­nal sea­son.

The fourth sea­son of the ac­claimed drama will pre­miere July 31.

All eight new episodes will stream on CraveTV one-day prior to broad­cast, be­gin­ning July 30.

Based on an award-win­ning Que­bec se­ries of the same name, “19-2’’ stars Cana­dian Screen Award win­ners Adrian Holmes and Jared Keeso as po­lice of­fi­cers and part­ners Nick Barron and Ben Chartier. The duo nav­i­gates sys­temic cor­rup­tion in Mon­treal while in the wake of a shared per­sonal tragedy.

Join­ing the se­ries for the fi­nal sea­son are Aiza Ntibarikure (“The Art of More’’) as new cop Roxanne, and Sagine Se­ma­juste (“Lost Girl’’) as Farah, a so­cial worker.

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