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TV Eh B Cs podcast 64 — Stage, silver screen and TV screen with Jane Maggs

Jane Maggs is a writer from Newfoundland living in Toronto. As a playwright, Jane has been produced in Toronto, Newfoundland and her work has been invited to be part of such workshops as the Banff Playwrights Colony and the Tarragon Theatre Playwrights Unit. Maggs is a 2011 screenwriting graduate of the Canadian Film Centre’s Feature Film program, and has been writing for film and TV ever since. She just completed the first season of the CBC drama Bellevue which she was co-creator, co-showrunner and writer of six episodes.

Jane is currently development on a couple of projects with her sister Adriana Maggs with Shaftesbury Films adapting the popular Aimée Leduc novel series for TV, and working on a half-hour comedy for CBC. Maggs’ feature Goalie that she also co-wrote with her sister is set for a fall 2017 production. Jane is also working on a couple of new project ideas with Adrienne Mitchell, with whom she created Bellevue.

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TV, Eh? podcast Episode 226 — Cinnamon heat

After the beverage update, Greg and Anthony get right down to business, covering upcoming show returns via the calendar (plus some breaking news from Bell Media).

Then it’s on to the Toronto Screenwriting Conference, Arlene Dickinson’s return to Dragons’ Den, more Canada: The Story of Us controversy and three web series—Forgotten Corpses, Save Me and My Roommate is an Escort—that were recently written about. Finally, we talk about the death of Guy O’Sullivan and what that means for reality television in Canada.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 63 — Trevor Boris from behind the mic to behind the camera

Trevor Boris is probably most known from his days on MuchMusic’s Video on Trial and his standup years where he appeared on Conan, and Just For Laughs among countless other television appearances.

Now, Trevor is known more for his work behind the camera as a supervising producer on Big Brother Canada, a challenge producer on Big Brother U.S., and a director on Hockey Wives. Follow Trevor on Twiiter: @TrevorBoris

Big Brother Canada airs Mondays and Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT and Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Global.

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TV, Eh? podcast Episode 225 — Lovely Creme Anglaise Characters

After outlining the next two weeks of Canadian TV via the calendar, Greg and Anthony go though the shows that have been renewed or cancelled for the upcoming broadcast season, Wynonna Earp heading to Space, Private Eyes and X Company international broadcast deals and criticism regarding CBC’s Canada: The Story of Us.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 62 — Noah Cappe and his trade

Host, actor and voice artist, Noah Cappe has a lot of characters up his sleeve. He’s the ravenous emcee on Food Network and Cooking Channel’s Carnival Eats, the affable police chief on Hallmark Channel and W Network’s The Good Witch, and the bearer of romantic news (a.k.a. host) on W Network’s The Bachelorette Canada. And that’s just what he’s doing this minute.

Born and raised in Toronto, Noah took to the stage at 13 and never left. A graduate of Second City’s improv program, and the acting conservatory at York University, Noah jettisoned from theatre school and landed in his first film opposite Scott Speedman. Since then he’s been all over the screen, from MTV’s Degrassi to ABC/Global’s Rookie Blue to A&E’s Breakout Kings to CBC’s Being Erica, among other hit shows.

Carnival Eats returns Friday, April 14, to Food Network Canada.

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