ag 02wmStill Life, the first ever made-for-TV adaptation of Louise Penny's best-selling thriller will be broadcast via Canadian TV Station CBC this fall a year after the novel had been filmed on location in Canada. This has been announced by the TV station today. As the TV station unveiled its 2013-2014 broadcast schedule today Neil McEneaney, interim executive vice-president, English Services, CBC stressed that there would be a strong line-up: "2013-14 is an exciting time for CBC, and we're proud to move into the new season with strong content that Canadians truly care about. As the official broadcaster of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, Hockey Night in Canada, and a line-up full of new and returning prime-time programs, CBC is the home of the hits this season."

 

Launching this fall, STILL LIFE is a made for TV movie about a supposedly tranquil village in Quebec's Eastern Townships that is about to be disturbed by the discovery that a much-loved member of the community lies dead in the woods. As investigators dig deeper, they uncover layers of deceit, rage and long-simmering resentments buried deep in a quaint village. Based on award-winning Canadian novelist Louise Penny's first book, STILL LIFE is the first book in the Three Pines Mysteries. The film is set and was shot in Quebec's Eastern Townships.

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