Globe & Mail Features Mackenzie Davis; Guardian Applauds Cameron/Donna

This week, The Globe and Mail features Mackenzie Davis, while The Guardian applauds Cameron and Donna. Plus, Davis is deemed an up-and-comer by the Toronto Star. Read on for more:

The Globe and Mail spotlights noteworthy Canadian film and TV personalities, such as Mackenzie Davis who "has been making waves as a tech wunderkind in the AMC drama series Halt and Catch Fire."

The Guardian applauds Halt and Catch Fire's most important relationship: "Mackenzie Davis is a raw nerve as the brilliant, idealistic programmer Cameron Howe, while Kerry Bishé provides a grounded, weary counterweight as veteran Donna Clark."

• The Toronto Star calls Mackenzie Davis an up-and-comer, who "scored a breakout roll in the highly praised... AMC series Halt and Catch Fire."

International Business Times poses six questions "fans will be asking if Halt and Catch Fire is renewed for a third season."

Cuepoint describes the show as "brilliant and woefully under-rated" and wonders if "even five years ago, would a network have aired a show about two women running a gaming company?"

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