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    Kenny vs. Spenny

    Kenny vs. Spenny

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    Showcase (ended 2010)
    Hello and Welcome to Guide to Kenny vs. Spenny at TV.com! This show is about Canadian friends Kenny Hotz and Spenny Rice who compete against each other. Glory for the Winner, Humiliation for the Loser!.

    The main characters of the show are: - Kenneth Joel Hotz (Kenny) and Spencer Nolan Rice (Spenny) who have been best friends since a very young age; Spenny is a stressed out, neurotic, short-fused adult-type who believes in preparation and hard work. He's responsible, often angry, introspective, paranoid and ethical; and Kenny is all the opposite to his friend, the best way to describe Kenny that he`s a witty wise-cracker, brilliant schemer, a goofball looking for a shortcut, he loves to humiliate Spenny and will do anything to win.moreless
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    Trailer Park Boys

    Trailer Park Boys

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    Trailer Park Boys is a series about love, friends and family - or perhaps it's about everything that can go wrong with love, friends and family.

    At the centre of Trailer Park Boys are Ricky (Robb Wells) and Julian (John Paul Tremblay), two guys whose lives were shaped by their experiences growing up in the Trailer Park. Their childhood was typical of most trailer park kids - stealing, fighting, smoking, drinking, scamming and listening to Van Halen. The Boys have had their share of trouble with the law.

    Most of their adult lives have been spent behind bars of one kind or another. In fact, as the inaugural series begins, both Ricky and Julian are getting out of jail. Ricky and Julian blame each other for this most recent incarceration and, now, as Julian prepares to start all over again, he refuses to talk to Ricky. Julian wants and tries throughout the series to go straight - but old habits die hard. And that's just fine with Ricky. And this is what starts all the crazy events that takes place in the mocumentary-comedy of Trailer Park Boys.moreless
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    Bliss

    Bliss

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    In one of the steamiest, soft porn shows (aside from Queer As Folk) ever to be broadcast on network television comes Bliss. A steamy anthology series, focusing on the sexual desire of women... Written by women, produced by women, created by women, and directed by women. Bliss originally aired in Canada on The Movie Network, Movie Central, and for the Quebec cable stations Super Ecran and Series. It then aired on Canada's Showcase TV network in June 2003. It also airs in the U.S. channel "Oxygen" on Monday morning at 1 am, with repeats on the following Saturday at 12 am.moreless
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    Billable Hours

    Billable Hours

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    Billable Hours is a Canadian comedy about a group of young twenty-something lawyers whose 80-hour work week of paper-shuffling is so mind-numbing that they turn their attention to other ways of having fun at their downtown law firm.moreless
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    Satisfaction

    Satisfaction

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    The series pushes the limits of Australian television drama by exploring the relationships between the clients and the six working girls who work at the brothel, 232. The show is produced by Showtime, the third series has been confirmed and will begin airing in December 2009.moreless
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    Tangle

    Tangle

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    This Australian drama focuses on two generations of two different families -- the Williams' and the Kovacs -- and their intertwined lives, friends and relatives.
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    Show Me Yours

    Show Me Yours

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    Show Me Yours is a comedy about Eros and errors. It's about the way Kate Langford, wayward psychologist turned author, negotiates the sexually charged world that's become her oyster - and is forced to negotiate the sexually and emotionally charged partnership with her co-writer, Ben Chase. Show Me Yours is a Showcase original series that premiered on Wednesday May 26, 2004 on Showcase at 9:00 PM in Canada. Starting on April 12, the second season of the show will air Tuesday evenings at 9:00 PM and on Saturdays an encore presentation occurs at 9:00 PM. American audiences can catch an edited version of the series on the cable network Oxygen. The show is filmed in Toronto and contains scenes of mature subject matter, sexuality and nudity and is being billed as a sexual comedy. Rating in Canada: 18+ Note: All original air dates are based on Showcase scheduling. Times listed are in ET/PT.moreless
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    Paradise Falls

    Paradise Falls

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    Paradise Falls is a gripping dramatic serial about a picturesque small town that looks like "paradise", but beneath the beautiful landscape lurk secrets, danger and intrigue.

    'Twin Peaks' meets 'Melrose Place', Paradise Falls is full of scandalous affairs, family grudges, teenage love triangles, supernatural spells and tongue-in-cheek humour. The atmospheric suspense and unforgettable characters are set against a stunning backdrop of natural beauty and villainy. It's ironic, edgy and very sexually charged. Paradise Falls has a moody atmosphere and compelling storylines, with offbeat characters indulging in small-town passions and big-time secrets.moreless
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    Naked Josh

    Naked Josh

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    Naked Josh portrays the overdue coming-of-age of Josh Gould (David Julian Hirsh, Leap Years), a young and brilliant Oxford graduate. Emerging from a broken seven-year relationship, Josh returns to Montréal with a PhD. tucked under his arm to become the youngest anthropology professor in the history of his university. From the hallowed halls of academia, the series follows Josh as he searches for sex and romantic love in Montréal while teaching a course on sexual anthropology. Naked Josh is filmed in Montréal, Québec, Canadamoreless
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    Rent-A-Goalie

    Rent-A-Goalie

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    This is a Canadian comedy about a hockey-goalie rental service run by a man named Cake (Christopher Bolton). Cake is a recovering addict of... well, everything. Cake's family owns a small coffee shop called Cafe Primo at which he works and also uses as his HQ for his hockey goalie-rental service.moreless
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    MythQuest

    MythQuest

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    Welcome to the MythQuest guide at TV Tome.

    MythQuest is an hour-long family drama television series featuring two teen characters, Alex Bellows (Christopher Jacot) and his wheelchair bound sister Cleo (Meredith Henderson). They have discovered a wondrous, heart-pounding secret that could unravel the cosmic struggle between good and evil, and, in doing so, reveal what it truly takes to be a hero.

    Like a magic looking glass, a computer screen becomes a gateway to the kingdom of myths: a gateway into which their own father, a celebrated archeologist, disappeared. Now on a quest to find him, Alex and Cleo must test their own heroism as they cross into a cyberworld of mythic imagination.

    The show is currently airing in Canada on Showcase and on PBS. moreless

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    G-Spot

    G-Spot

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    G-Spot follows the trials and tribulations of Gigi (Brigitte Bako, The Mind of the Married Man, New York Stories, Red Shoe Diaries), a 30-something actress in Hollywood whose early roles in critically-acclaimed films have since given way to an ever-growing repertoire of late-night B-movies. Originally from Montreal and now living in Los Angeles, Gigi is determined to make an all-out comeback - in her career, and with love. Gigi's highs and lows with work, money, sex, men and fame in Los Angeles are shared and celebrated with her group of quirky friends - Stella (Heather Hanson, The Chris Isaak Show), a mostly out of work actress who's age-obsessed; Francesca (Kristin Lehman, Judging Amy), a costume designer with a fondness for drugs; and Roxy (Kimberly Huie, Deep Impact), a single mom whose pre-teen daughter is wise beyond her age.moreless
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    Webdreams

    Webdreams

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    Documentary/reality series about the people who create on-line videos for the adult entertainment industry in Montreal, Canada. The show itself is not pornographic. It is about the daily lives of the creative people both in front of and behind the camera. It is also about the contrast between the real lives of the actors and the characters they play on-line. Season Two includes not only Canadian cities Montreal and Vancouver but also Amsterdam, Paris, Miami, New York City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Panama City.moreless