Cracked Earns 4 Canadian Screen Award Nominations
01.14.14 by Ryan
ReelzChannel's crime drama Cracked, which just debuted its second season earlier this month, has received 3 nominations from the Canadian Screen Awards. Besides nominations for Best Original Musical Score and Best Direction for Bruce McDonald (Pontypool), actor Rick Roberts also received a nomination for his guest role as a grieving father in the episode "How the Light Gets In."
Roberts wasn't the only actor to get a nod, however, as Cracked star David Sutcliffe earned a nod for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his performance as Detective Aidan Black, a seasoned SWAT officer who transfers to the Psych Crimes and Crisis Unit after showing signs of post-traumatic stress disorder. Teamed with psychiatrist psychiatrist Dr. Daniella Ridley (Stefanie von Pfetten) — or with Dr. Clara Malone (Brooke Nevin) as he is in Season 2 — Black investigates strange and bizarre crimes that often come with emotionally disturbed criminals.
The Canadian Screen Awards take place in March, which leaves plenty of time to catch up on Sutcliffe's performance in Cracked, airing Mondays at 11pm ET/8pm PT only on Reelz.