E.N.G.

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E.N.G.

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E.N.G. (an abbreviation which means Electronic News Gathering) was a primetime Canadian drama that dealt with the personal lives of a group of newscasters and staff in the newsroom of a fictitious Toronto news station. Ann Hildebrandt was the executive producer of the news at station CTLS-TV 10; and she was having a secret affair with Jake Antonelli, the young hotshot cameraman. Her world was rocked with the arrival of Mike Fennell, the new News Director who had eyes for ratings. Their opinions clashed, but they only had the best interests of the station and their co-workers in mind. Among the other characters in CTLS' newsroom were Kyle Copeland, the station manager; Jane Oliver and (age-conscious) Seth Miller were the anchors; Bruce Foreman was a schemer; Marge Atherton was the motherly editor and source of strength for all; JC was an assignment editor; and Dan Watson was an insensitive, smarmy reporter. Some of the episodes were shown on Lifetime Cable network from 1989-1990. The show ran for a couple more years in Canada, until it was cancelled. The show was produced by Alliance Communications Corporation, CTV and Téléfilm Canada. Gemini Awards History: 1995 -- Nominated -- Best Dramatic Series -- David Barlow, Jennifer Black, Robert Lantos 1995 -- Nominated -- Best Guest Performance in a Series by an Actor -- Clark Johnson 1995 -- Nominated -- Best Guest Performance in a Series by an Actress -- Natalie Radford 1995 -- Nominated -- Best Original Music Score for a Series -- Micky Erbe, Maribeth Solomon 1995 -- Nominated -- Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role -- Cynthia Belliveau 1994 -- Won -- Best Dramatic Series -- Greg Copeland, Jennifer Black, Robert Lantos 1994 -- Nominated -- Best Writing in a Dramatic Series -- David Cole 1993 -- Won -- Best Dramatic Series -- Robert Lantos, Jeff King, Jennifer Black, Bob Carney 1993 -- Won -- Best Performance by a Supporting Actor -- Jonathan Welsh 1993 -- Won -- Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role -- Sara Botsford 1993 -- Nominated -- Best Direction in a Dramatic or Comedy Series -- René Bonnière 1993 -- Nominated -- Best Guest Performance in a Series by an Actor or Actress -- Robin Gammell 1993 -- Nominated -- Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role -- Art Hindle 1993 -- Nominated -- Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role -- Theresa Tova 1993 -- Nominated -- Best Writing in a Dramatic Series -- Peter Lauterman, Angelo Stea 1993 -- Nominated -- Best Writing in a Dramatic Series -- Barbara Samuels, Wayne Grigsby 1992 -- Won -- Best Dramatic Series -- Bob Carney, Jennifer Black, Jeff King, Robert Lantos 1992 -- Won -- Best Guest Performance in a Series by an Actor or Actress -- Michelle St. John 1992 -- Won -- Best Writing in a Dramatic Series -- Wayne Grigsby 1992 -- Nominated -- Best Direction in a Dramatic or Comedy Series -- Peter Rowe 1992 -- Nominated -- Best Guest Performance in a Series by an Actor or Actress -- Maurice Godin 1992 -- Nominated -- Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role -- Sara Botsford 1992 -- Nominated -- Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role -- Sherry Miller 1992 -- Nominated -- Best Sound in a Dramatic Program or Series -- David Midgley, Nolan Roberts, Dan Latour 1990 -- Won -- Best Dramatic Series -- Bob Carney, Jennifer Black, Jeff King, Robert Lantos 1990 -- Won -- Best Performance by a Lead Actor in a Continuing Dramatic Role -- Art Hindle 1990 -- Won -- Best Writing in a Dramatic Series -- R.B. Carney 1990 -- Nominated -- Best Guest Performance in a Series by an Actor or Actress -- Wayne Robson 1990 -- Nominated -- Best Guest Performance in a Series by an Actor or Actress -- Frances Hyland 1990 -- Nominated -- Best Performance by a Supporting Actor -- Karl Pruner 1990 -- Nominated -- Best Performance by a Supporting Actress -- Sherry Miller 1990 -- Nominated -- Best Performance by a Supporting Actress -- Mary Beth Rubens 1990 -- Nominated -- Best TV Movie -- Jeff King, Jennifer Black, Robert Lantos, R.B. Carney [For the pilot episode.] 1990 -- Nominated -- Best Writing in a Dramatic Series -- Wayne Grigsby

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Mark Humphrey

Mark Humphrey

Jake Antonelli

Karl Pruner

Karl Pruner

Dan Watson

Clark Johnson

Clark Johnson

Clarke Roberts

David Cubitt

David Cubitt

Bruce Foreman [Seasons 4-5: 1993-94]

Sherry Miller

Sherry Miller

Jane Oliver

Andrea Roth

Andrea Roth

Tessa Vargas

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  • Borderline acceptable. How far down has television sunk to these days. Not to disrespect the creators of E.N.G. but I guess it's simply the trend of tv these days (nothing good on.) Time poorly wasted.moreless

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    Borderline acceptable. How far down has television sunk to these days. Not to disrespect the creators of E.N.G. but I guess it's simply the trend of tv these days (nothing good on.) Time poorly wasted. This show is not nice, but the borderline of the story is only acceptable.ok ok ok

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