From a media release:
Saskatoon’s Angel Entertainment is pleased to announce that the second season of the paranormal investigation television series The Other Side will premiere on the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) on Halloween weekend.
SECOND SEASON BROADCAST PREMIERE:
The Other Side – Season II on APTN
Ø Premieres with back-to-back episodes on Saturday, October 31st at 8:00pm & 8:30pm
Ø New episodes will air each weekend on Saturdays at 8:00pm & 8:30pm
Ø (Please check local listings to confirm)
ABOUT THE OTHER SIDE:
The Other Side is a 13-part half-hour documentary series that follows a team of paranormal investigators who, with the guidance of an Aboriginal Elder, seek the truth behind real life hauntings and the most unsettled spirits on the Canadian prairies.
Intuitive Jeff Richards, paranormal investigator Bill Connelly, researcher Priscilla Wolf and Aboriginal Elder and Spirit Guide Tom Charles embark on a paranormal expedition to find out why. The team engages the spirits through a mix of technology, intuition, and Aboriginal spirituality and ceremony, all with the hope of restoring balance between our world and the world where spirits walk.
For each investigation, Jeff uses his abilities to initiate contact and reach out to the spirits, Bill attempts to capture evidence of their existence, and Priscilla digs for the story while seeking cultural guidance from Tom, who attempts to guide the spirits to the other side and restore balance and harmony. The team does their best to answer why the location is suspected of paranormal activity, who the spirit is, and why they’re communicating, while taking steps to enable the unsettled spirit to move on.
The Other Side – Season II is a co-production between Saskatoon’s Angel Entertainment and Toronto-based RedCloud Studios, with producers Bob Crowe, Wally Start and Jennifer Podemski.
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