Made in Canada

CBC (ended 2003)


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  • BRING IT BACK!!!! A tv show made in canada that was actually entertaining and they take it away. BRING IT BACK!!!

    This was a great show. Made in Canada (lliterally) and it was actually GOOD! It'd be great if they brought it back because it was entertaining. A lot of sarcastic humor I guess you could call it. Very funny. Creative stories for each episode. Shouldn't have been cancelled. BRING IT BACK!!
  • I like this show - it's satire, and it pokes fun at television and media and Canadians by Canadians. It's good!

    A satirical look at a media production company, from a Canadian point of view. For some reason Canada does satire well compared to its American neighbours. Maybe Canadians have more to be angry about. Or maybe they have learned to channel their anger into satire indirectly, since they are in essence mice sleeping beside a big elephant. THere are a lot of inside jokes, lots of poking fun at themselves, lots of cultural jabs and political swipes. It's a show that really doesn't take itself too seriously, or its content too seriously. I wish more TV were like that, and that the show was still on.
  • Made in Canada delves into the world of office politics, and weasly corporate dealings. It is based on the supposedly fictional Pyramid productions, one of Canada's most sucessful media production companies. Betrayal, back-stabbing, and sleeping with a

    Made in Canada is by far the greatest television show ever created. With perfect blends of sarcasm, and un-conventional humour, Made in Canada shatters the mold of conventional sitcoms. The interaction of characters and events perfectly fits into well written plots, and an even better sense of humour. It can be appreciated by Canadians and American alike. It was aired on Bravo in the United States under the name "The Industry". Show regulars include, Rick Mercer(This Hour has 22 Minutes, Talking to Americans), Dan Lett(Wind at My Back), Peter Keleghan(The Newsroom), and Leah Pinsent. Guest appearances include: Anne Marie McDonald, Moses Znaimer, and Margot Kidder.