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    Alice, I Think

    Alice, I Think

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    "Alice, I Think" is about the misadventures of a maladjusted teenager who is starting high school after years of home schooling. Poor Alice is terribly out of touch with what is "in" and is in desperate need of some fashion sense and a social life. Rounding out Alice's world are her mother Diane, the family bread-winner, her stay-at-home dad John, and her little brother MacGregor. "Alice, I Think" will be premiering in the summer of 2006 on CTV and The Comedy Network Canada. It is produced by Slanted Wheel Entertainment and Omni Film Productions in association with CTV and The Comedy Network.moreless
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    Two

    Two

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    Gus McClain is an average guy with a nice job and a hot wife, which was a great life. Little does he know that he has an identical twin brother, named Booth Hubbard. A brother, who will destroy everything that Gus has, and frames Gus for it.moreless
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    Neon Rider

    Neon Rider

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    Are you a troubled teen looking to get that monkey off your back? Try working out your problems on horseback. In this series, therapist Michael Terry opens his B.C. ranch to at-risk youths, all of whom must relinquish their delinquent side and rehabilitate their lives. It's through chores and the interpersonal relationships they build that the kids really get down to earth and realize what the world has in store for them.moreless
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    Crime Stories

    Crime Stories

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    Crime Stories from CTV was an hour-long Canadian news program that covered high-profile criminal cases that required years of dedicated police work to solve. The show covered cases such as "Girls Just Wanna Get Found," which details the mystery of missing 13-year-old Cindy Zarzycki who never returned from a visit to an ice cream store in Detroit, Michigan. After nine years Detective Derek McLaughlin eventually revisits the clues and discovers new evidence that points to Arthur Ream, the father of the girl's boyfriend. "The Long Stemmed Killer" follows the murder of Lita McClinton, an Atlanta socialite, who had filed from divorce from millionaire Jim Sullivan. The case took 19 years and international manhunt to bring the murderer to justice. Other episodes include "Stalkers in the Shadows" about an obsessive boyfriend, and "A Body to Die For" about a father-daughter killing spree. This true crime series ran from January through August in 1999. moreless
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    Check It Out

    Check It Out

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    Canadian sitcom which starred Don Adams as a supermarket clerk. It aired in the U.S. on the USA Network, and in Canada on the CTV Network. The characters: Howard Banister: Manages Cobbs, and is romantically involved with his secretary Edna. Graduated from Hotel Management school. One of his favorite foods is Chocolate Frosties. Edna Mosely: The secretary at Cobbs. Has been dating Howard for seven years. Wants to get married. Jack Christian: Cobbs' Assistant Manager. He puts the Ass in Assistant. Very selfish and mean and cruel, and those are his good points. Marlene Weimeraner: One of the checkers at Cobbs. Is known for going out with everyone. Has her hair styled in just as many ways as she had dates, and in as many colors. Lesile Rappaport: He had a gay old time when he was a checker, but got promoted to Fine Foods in the last season. Murray Amherst: During most of the first season and all of the second season he was the girl crazy bag boy. Is a member of the scouts. His parents are separated. Viker: The stores handyman. You have better luck talking to a wall then you do talking to him. Has a wife named Mrs. Viker. Alf Scully: During the first season he was the Security Guard of the store who worked there 40 years. Jennifer Woods: Less hip then Marlene checker who was just nice to everyone and caused little to no trouble during the first season T.C. Collingwood: When the store was bought out from Mrs. Cobb, she came in to change how the store was being run.moreless
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    The Smoking Gun TV

    The Smoking Gun TV

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    To see the strangest, but true documents, lawsuits, confidential correspondences, this is the place! Exercising the Freedom of Information Act, Court T.V.’s “The Smoking Gun” posts items gleaned from government and law enforcement agencies. While ‘The Smoking Gun’ site was begun in April 1997, Court T.V. acquired it in December 2000 and has continued to make headlines with its headlines. See what demands are made by stars and performers in the actual contracts; read the actual lawsuit filings, divorces, separations and more. This is the stuff you won’t likely hear on your local news or read in the newspaper. It’s what makes ‘The Smoking Gun’, smokin’!moreless
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    E.N.G.

    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 Grigsbymoreless
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    The Starlost

    The Starlost

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    CTV (ended 1974)
    The Ark carries the last of humanity in search of a new home. However, sometime after the ship was launched the Ark's crew were killed in an accident, leaving the surviving humans sealed inside self-contained biospheres with nobody to guide the ship. Over time these humans forgot that they were aboard a spaceship, and do not realise they are heading towards a sun.

    The Starlost was created by Harlan Ellison (who disowned the series, and was credited by his pseudonym Cordwainer Bird) and was produced by Glen-Warren Productions, Limited in association with CTV Television.moreless
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    Taking the Falls

    Taking the Falls

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    The show was a short-lived comedy about ex-cop private detective Terry Lane and hot-shot corporate lawyer Catherine McVicar working together in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Despite the show's short run it managed to receive a Gemini nomination for 'Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role in a Dramatic Series (1997) - Edward Atienza in episode Last Rite.moreless
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    The Associates (2001)

    The Associates (2001)

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    Five young, intelligent and ambitious lawyers live a daily battle working for a big and important office: Young, Barnsworth & King Associates. Willing to live life to its fullest, they thirst for victory and professional ascendancy and are willing to ally with whoever has the best offer for them. But the business and contracts world demand from these young - and sometimes naive - professionals attitudes that constantly go against their private issues, personal ethics and conflicts. Sexism, self-trust, politics, jealousy and betrayal are the center of this group's dilemmas. Mitch Barnsworth, Amy Kassan, Benjamin Hardaway, Jonah Gleason and Robyn Parsons. They are The Associates. This Canadian drama shows us that in the corporative world they have a lot to learn - and lose.moreless
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    Kevin Spencer

    Kevin Spencer

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    Imagine the television program South Park taken to the next level, with more irreverent humor, more social commentary, more adult content, and more foul language That next level is Kevin Spencer, an animated television program that was on Canada's Comedy Network, starring Kevin, a chain smoking, cough syrup-addicted child from a welfare family. Kevin Spencer was produced by Ottawa-based Ocnus Productions and technically executed by Atomic Productions, a film, video and new media production and post-production company. Saturday Night Live purchased the Kevin Spencer series soon after it launched, but the series subsequently aired on CTV and The Comedy Network. The program uses provocative humor to comment on the social system in Canada, but according to its producer, the main intent is simply to make the viewer laugh at the irreverence and shock-value of the characters and plots. Opening Intro Kevin Spencer Something's wrong with that kid Kevin Spencer His head don't work it never did Something's wrong with that kid He's a chain smokin' alcoholic sociopath Kevin Spencer You better not cross his path Kevin Spencer He's a chain smokin' alcoholic sociopath (Sociopath) Percy: Oh not this crap again. Characters: Kevin E. Spencer: Kevin is a broken-head sociopath hooked on cough syrup and smokes. His only desire in the world is to just fit in. Despite blacking out almost every episode and drinking to the max, he gets right back up to his feet and continues his journey to life. Percy B. Spencer: Percy is Kevin's dad and is often arrested by the cops for fraud, robbery, or just being stupid. If a crisis is at hand, Percy would disguise himself as Drunken Welfare Man to save the day, sort of. Anastasia Spencer: The mother of Kevin and Percy's wife, she too likes to drink a lot and cheat on welfare checks. She gets irritated very easily and often cheats on Percy when he's out at the bar or in jail. Ideally she wants to have the perfect family with Kevin and Percy which is rarely seen in any episodes. Allen the Magic Goose: Allen is Kevin's imaginary friend. He is equally addicted to smokes and booze as his host and often prompts Kevin to procure more. Kevin would pretty much be dead or left in the streets if Allen never existed. Overall he's Kevin's guide through life and is always on hand to give advice and warn the boy about possible danger calamity. Marty the Bartender: He's a standard red-haired Irish bartender who isn't afraid to speak his mind to the Spencers. He also enjoys the money the Spencers keep dishing at him despite knowing that the family are criminals but overall it doesn't bother him too much and he sees this as "just business". The Narrator: He's the voice of the show and the viewer's insider. His active and main role is to narrate what Kevin says and thinks. This also applies to other characters in some cases. Charlie Plunt: He's the man who Anastasia always has an affair with. Charlie has a French accent and is always running away from Percy when he catches the 2 locking lips from time to time. He currently lives in a trailer just outside of town. Some episodes contain quotes with strong language.moreless
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    Family Passions

    Family Passions

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    CTV (ended 1994)
    The core families are the Hallers from Germany and the McDeers from Canada. Both families are in the automobile industry. Family Passions takes us behind the scenes in ther automotible industry and gives us a glimpse of the people who work in it and and the secrets that have a potential to destroy it. A new car called "the genises" is the key to the future and source of the long lasting feud between the two families.This was the first tv role for Hayden Christensen who later stared in higher ground and star warsmoreless
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    Whatever Turns You On

    Whatever Turns You On

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    Welcome to the Whatever Turns You On guide at TV.com. Episodes: 12 color episodes, 1 separate pilot Production Company: Carleton Productions This was a kid-based sketch comedy, aimed at 9-16 year olds. It was a national spinoff of the already popular local show You Can't Do That on Television (YCDTOTV), which had debuted a few months earlier. Whatever Turns You On (WTYO) featured seven of the 22 kids used on the first season of YCDTOTV and was shot on the same sets. Essentially they were the same show, only WTYO had comedy and musical guests, and YCDTOTV had those plus local, call-in features, and local contests. Unfortunately, WTYO did not earn high network ratings and was cancelled after only one season. After WTYO's cancellation, YCDTOTV returned to it's local, live format in January, 1981. After this season, CJOH Productions, who produced both WTYO and YCDTOTV, used WTYO's features (minus the musical guests, and adding the "Roving Camera" [one of the local features found on YCDTOTV])into a retooloed version of YCDTOTV, which continued for 8 more seasons and became a cult classic. Whatever Turns You On Re-run History YTV, a Canadian children's network, aired re-runs of Whatever Turns You On sporadically throughout the 80s and early 90s. Whatever Turns You On conventions 2002- SlimeCon. Featured cast reunion, a prop/costume/set museum, a marathon of great episodes, including a showing of the never-before-seen pilot episode. Also there were tours of CJOH studios, and tours of the sites around Ottawa used in WTYO. These bus tours were led by some of the cast members themselves. There were also games and a raffle to be slimed on stage. FAQ: Is Whatever Turns You On? still airing? No. But You Can't Do That on Television aired not that long ago on Nicklodeon breifly. Is this show on DVD? No, but rarely, in some way, there might be a DVD, if their is, I can alert you.[/hr] Rules for Contributing: Contributing: •Please do not make up stuff or guess anything. •No profane in the guide, like say if somebody said "association" on the show and you though s/he said "ass suck ation," don't post in the guide, it is your imagination. •When you post the characters' name in the quotes, please put " :text:: " for characters' name. Make the characters name bold please, so other people don't get confused reading them. Also with the cultur refrences. •Please capilaze, puncuate and use perfect grammar when contrubuting. •More to come. Trivia: -Is a spinoff from You Can't Do That on Television! -Was released the same year as You Can't Do That on Television! Additinoal Information Rating: TV-Y7 (other episodes may have diffrent ratings) Creator: Roger Damon Price, Geoffrey Darbey Director: Geoffrey Darbey Writer: Roger Price, Geoffrey Darbey Main Adult Actors: Les Lye, Ruth Buzzi Contributing Information- Please Read Before Submittingmoreless
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    Chez Carla

    Chez Carla

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    Chez Carla was a sketch comedy show produced in 2000 by CTV Television Network. It was filmed in Canada and starred Carla Collins along with Craig Lauzon.
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    Let's Go

    Let's Go

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    CTV (ended 1987)
    Canadian family series
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    Comedy Now

    Comedy Now

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    Comedy Now! has featured over 200 guests performing a one-hour set of stand-up comedy since 1997. The show has been home to Canada's rising comedians, where early-career performances on the show have led to much larger opportunities in various other television series and national comedy tours. Brent Butt, Sean Cullen, Glen Foster, Jessica Holmes, Elvira Kurt, Shaun Majumder, Alan Park, Nikki Payne, Ron Sparks, Winston Spear, Russell Peters, Harland Williams, Fraser Young, and countless other comedians got their big breaks through Comedy Now!. Who else will become a Canadian icon in comedy? It's likely that they will be featured on Comedy Now! first.moreless
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    The JUNO Awards

    The JUNO Awards

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    Similar to the Grammy Awards, the JUNO Awards are awarded to those who have made a significant impact in Canadian music over the past year. The winners are chosen by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.moreless
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    The Trouble with Tracy

    The Trouble with Tracy

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    CTV (ended 1971)
    This show follows the lives of the Young family. It is set in Toronto, Canada and focuses on the newlyweds, Tracy Young and her husband Doug Young.
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    Mount Royal

    Mount Royal

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    CTV (ended 1989)
    Canadian dramatic series
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    The Biggest Little Ticket

    The Biggest Little Ticket

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    The Biggest Little Ticket (1994) is a children's special produced for CTV. Glenda (Asia Viera) is given a bicycle for her birthday, but becomes upset because she is unable to ride it. A Troll (Sheila McCarthy) approaches the tearful Glenda with a magic ticket to attend a dragon's 900th birthday concert - but when it is time for the guest of honour to take to the stage he is nowhere to be seen. Glenda searches the enchanted theatre for the dragon, and gains the courage to ride her new bike along the way. Directed by Robert Lange and featuring live musical performances, Biggest Little Ticket is an award winning-children's production.

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