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TV, eh? podcast episode 174 – Not Dead Yet

In this week’s episode, Diane, Greg and Anthony discuss the Canadian Screen Award nominees, the returns of Big Brother Canada, Remedy, Mr. D, 19-2 and debut of Young Drunk Punk and Diane expounds on her latest op-ed, “CBC: Not Dead Yet.” And finally, Anthony uses a Toronto Star piece to explain how to get around Canada’s pesky copyright laws.

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TV eh B Cs podcast 11 – Gary Pearson’s Sunnyside Up

CrackBioPhotoFINALEstablished writer, actor, and show runner Gary Pearson ran the award-winning hit youth sketch comedy show That’s So Weird. His writing credits include Corner Gas, The Ron James Show, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, and Just For Laughs All Access, starring Jay Baruchel, Jack McBrayer, Kristin Chenoweth, and Jason Jones. Pearson has also written for US projects such as Fox’s MAD TV.

Formerly of Toronto’s legendary Second City Mainstage, Pearson is known for his early work with his comedy troupe The Chumps. He has also appeared on camera in History Bites, The Kids In The Hall, The Newsroom, and This Hour Has 22 Minutes.

Pearson has six Gemini nominations for writing and producing, and three Canadian Comedy Award nominations and one win. He has three Writer’s Guild Screenwriting nominations and one win. He also has three Canadian Screen Award nominations and one win for comedy writing.

Pearson’s romantic comedy novel Slapshot of Love is available all over the world on Amazon.

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TV, eh? podcast episode 173 – Jesus on a Segway

Anthony, Greg and Diane recap what’s coming up for the winter season of Canadian TV and whether Netflix is thwarting people trying to thwart geoblocking.

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TV eh B Cs podcast 10 – Doug Slater’s Designs on Television

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Doug Slater has been Set Designer on Lost Girl, Orphan Black, and Flashpoint. He’s worked as a Set Designer or Art Director on The Listener and Nikita and on such films as Resident Evil: Retribution, Total Recall, The Thing, Devil, Death Race, Lars and the Real Girl, 16 Blocks, and Dawn of the Dead.

He’s currently working on the upcoming science-fiction series Dark Matter and talks about how The Brady Bunch led him to design the deck of a spaceship.

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TV eh B Cs podcast 9 – Carmen Moore, Future Superhero

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Carmen has worked steadily in TV and Film for two decades. She was nominated for the American “First Americans in the Arts” award, for her role in Brothers of the Frontier (1996). She played Dawn Star, in the movie Spooky House (2002), and in 2004 she worked with John Woo for the TV series The Robinsons: Lost in Space (2004). Carmen was nominated for her performance as Simone in Godiva’s at the 2006 Leo Awards and won the Women in Film and Video’s Artistic Merit Award for her portrayal of Rebecca in the Canadian independent feature Unnatural & Accidental.

From 2012-2014 Carmen has had leading roles on two hit Canadian Series. She played Loreen Cassway on Arctic Air (2012) for which she was nominated for a Leo award in 2012. She continues her role of Leona Stoney on the multi award winning series Blackstone (2011), which won Best Dramatic Series at the 2012 Leo’s. She was nominated for both a Gemini Award and a Leo Award in 2012 for Blackstone, and won the Leo for Best Lead Performance in 2011.

We’ll talk about all of this, Carmen’s future superhero status, and why Gwen Stefani leads to some upsetting sense memory.

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