Train 48 (2003–2005)

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The lives of the passengers of a Toronto commuter train.


2.3/10
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12 March 2006 | johnyjoe
I'm ashamed to be from the same country as the creators of Train 48.
I tried to watch this show. I tried to enjoy it. I watched it for a month and a half, followed the characters, never missed an episode... but I just couldn't take it.

The previews made the show seem like a reality TV show where they just filmed people on a subway, which would have been an amazing idea... but apparently the creators thought TV needed another tacky sitcom.

I saw another episode recently, and I was amazed at how little the show had moved since I left it a couple years before. This show is humiliating to Canadian TV. Before considering watching this, try a better Canadian show, like SCTV, Red Green, or Kids in the Hall.

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Genres

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Release Date:

2 June 2003

Language

English


Country of Origin

Canada

Filming Locations

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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