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TV Eh B Cs podcast 58 — Who makes Mary Kill

Tassie Cameron is a Gemini and Canadian Screen Award-winning screenwriter, who has written for television series, MOWs, mini-series, and feature films.

Cameron is currently the showrunner and executive producer on Global’s upcoming six-part series, Mary Kills People (under her new production company, Cameron Pictures, in partnership with eOne). She is also an executive producer on Global’s Private Eyes, Jason Priestley’s new hit P.I. series. Cameron was the co-creator, executive producer, and showrunner on the hit series, Rookie Blue which ran for seven seasons on Global and ABC.

Co-executive producer on the first season of Flashpoint, Cameron’s other credits include The Robber Bride, Would Be Kings, The Eleventh Hour, Degrassi: The Next Generation and Tom Stone.

Tara Armstrong is a recent graduate from UBC’s Creative Writing Program and the Canadian Film Centre Prime Time TV Program. Since graduating, Tara has written for Global’s television series Private Eyes which premiered on Global in summer of 2016, and Showcase’s Travelers.

A graduate of the Canadian Film Centre Prime Time Television program, Marsha Greene also has an Honours BA in Creative Writing from York University, and a graduate certificate from Humber College’s TV Writing and Producing program, where she was won the Brian Linehan Award for Outstanding Artistic Promise.

Marsha has lent her skills to scripted and unscripted productions for Global, CBC, Discovery Channel and Food Network. She was the Interactive Writer for the YTV/Teen Nick mystery-drama Open Heart. Marsha was a story editor on Global’s Remedy and Private Eyes, and a co-producer on Mary Kills People.

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TV, eh? podcast episode 219 – Back to the Wild

In the first podcast of 2017 Anthony and Diane … wait, what? Diane? Yes, Greg is on holidays so Anthony and Diane chat about Canadian TV news and what’s coming up in a busy winter premiere season. Check out the calendar for all the details.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 57 — Bridget on TV

Bridget Liszewski, editor in chief at The TV Junkies, comes from a long line of TV Junkies who fostered her love of television from a very young age. She’s channeled that passion into covering both U.S. and Canadian television shows, and is thankful every day for the invention of the DVR. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, she loves college football and is a fan of sports in general. Bridget is always up for talking TV and you can follow her on twitter at @BridgetOnTV or at TheTVJunkies.com.

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TV, eh? podcast episode 218 — What a Rubio

In the last podcast of 2016, we reveal the results of our podcast title poll, the upcoming week in Canadian debuts and returns, Corner Gas returning as an animated series and APTN’s midseason schedule.

Finally, Greg and Anthony discuss why a U.S. politician is wading into the Super Bowl advertising debate.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 56 — Weathering the winter with Sunnyhearts and Sonja Bennett

Sonja Bennett starred in her first major film role in the Canadian feature film Punch. For her performance, she was awarded Best Actress by the Vancouver Film Critics Circle and received a special Artistic Merit Award from Women in Film and Video.

After the success of Punch, Sonja was cast in series lead roles on such shows as Cold Squad and Godiva’s (both of which earned her Leo and Gemini nominations). In 2010, Sonja decided to apply some of what she learned from 10 years making films in front of the camera to and took up screenwriting. Her first screenplay, Christmas for Cats, was awarded an honourable mention in the Praxis feature film screenplay competition. Preggoland, Sonja’s second script was supported by Movie Central, Telefilm Canada and was selected for the Telefilm/CFC Comedy Exchange.

Currently, Sonja can be seen on ABC’s thriller/ drama Mistresses and is writing on CBC’s Kim’s Convenience as her web series for Telus Optik, Sunnyhearts CC.

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