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Question: On your recommendation, I watched the first episode of Mom. Why do sitcoms insist on using these horrible laugh tracks still? I found it so distracting it took away from any viewing pleasure. I'll sample the show again because I really like the actors, but do you hate laugh tracks as much as I do? — Rob
BBC America has canceled Copper after two seasons, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The copppers of Five Points may have met their match.
On Sunday's all-new Copper (10/9c, BBC America), Corcoran (Tom Weston-Jones) and his men are faced with a new kind of criminal, a professional counterfeiter by the name of Philomen Keating (guest star Lee Tergesen).
The second season of BBC America's Copper (Sundays, 10/9c) is set in 1865 New York. With the Civil War drawing to a close, Irish immigrant police detective Kevin Corcoran (Tom Weston-Jones) must deal with upheaval in the gritty Five Points slum as well as overall changes in the city. Copper executive producer and showrunner Thomas Kelly has chronicled New York history for years — his 2005 novel, Empire Rising, centered on the construction of the Empire State Building, and his TV credits include the New York-set Blue Bloods and The Black Donnellys. Kelly explains why Copper shines.
Gen. Donovan just wants the Sixth Precinct to do its job -- is that so wrong?
On Sunday's all-new episode of Copper (10/9c, BBC America), a cop killer is on the loose, and Donovan (Donal Logue) is taking the matter to heart. "