"IT'S WORLD CLASS"
An angry man was calling to ask me why Canadian television programs existed at all. They are, said the man, supported by taxpayer dollars, they're not very good and nobody watches them. He pursued his theme for some minutes. When there was an opening, following another exclamation that Canadian TV programs are inferior, I interjected with a few words -"Da Vinci's Inquest." This halted his gallop. "That's the exception, it's very good, it's world class," he said. So I said to him, "well there you go."
From John Doyle - The Globe and Mail - read full article
"ONE OF THE BEST WRITTEN PROGRAMS EVER"
This awkward but lovable coroner stands at the core of the best and most successful drama on English-language CBC television and one of the best written programs ever. In Canada he's been a hit since his first appearance in 1998...
From Robert Fullford - The National Post - read full article
"DOMINIC DA VINCI IS BACK"
Dominic Da Vinci is back. As usual there's going to be hell to pay. But as Canada's top-rated and longest running dramatic TV series enters its seventh season, our crusading coroner has pointed his gumshoes in a new direction and is now taking his gobsmacked fury out on City Hall.
From Alexandra Gill - The Globe and Mail - read full article
Has Dominic Da Vinci gone upmarket? For six seasons, the combative coroner on Da Vinci's Inquest was right at home mucking around the back alleys of the nation's nastiest 'hood, Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. But it looks like Da Vinci, played by Nicholas Campbell, is moving on up. He'll still be mucking around, but it's dirt of a different kind: politics.
From Robin Roberts - TV Guide - read full article
"DOMINIC'S DRAMATIC FALL AND RISE"
Last we saw Dominic Da Vinci he was heading into the mayor's office for an interview for the chief of police job.
From Dana Gee - Vancouver Province - read full article
"DA VINCI CONTINUES DOWN CAMPBELL'S PATH"
Da Vinci's Inquest has begun shooting its seventh season in Vancouver, and once more the TV show finds itself mirroring the realities of the city where it's set.
Vancouver Sun - read full article
"A POLITICAL ANIMAL"
Change is good. For six seasons Nicholas Campbell has enjoyed an acclaimed run as crusading coroner Dominic Da Vinci on Da Vinci?s Inquest. It was a dirty job, but somebody had to do it.
From Allison Dunfield - Globe Television - read full article