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TV Eh B Cs podcast 47 – A Murder of Davids

After Greg, Anthony and Diane chat about period dramas, Greg interviews David Shore and David Hoselton, executive producers of Global’s new series Houdini and Doyle (and both formerly of House).

DAVID SHORE – Executive Producer

Writer and producer David Shore was the creator of the acclaimed medical drama House, which received numerous awards and nominations, including an Emmy Award for Shore for writing the episode “Three Stories” (2005), four nominations for Outstanding Drama Series, and three Golden Globe Award nominations for Best Drama.

Shore has written for the television dramas Due South, EZ Streets, and NYPD Blue. He served as head writer and supervising producer on Traders, which he developed for Canadian television, and was part of the writing team for the Emmy Award-winning first season of The Practice. He was nominated for two Emmy Awards as a producer on Law & Order, and executive-produced both Family Law and Hack, before creating House M.D.

DAVID HOSELTON – Co-creator and Executive Producer

Born and raised in Canada, Hoselton moved to Los Angeles to pursue a writing career. Moving from live action features (First Knight, The Extreme Adventures of Super Dave) to animation (Brother Bear, Over the Hedge) and finally to television, Hoselton joined David Shore on his hit series, House. During his six seasons on the medical drama, Hoselton was nominated for a Humanitas Prize for writing and an Emmy Award as a producer. After stints on CSI: NY and Chicago PD, Hoselton returned once again to work with Shore on Houdini & Doyle as co-creator and showrunner.

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TV, eh? podcast episode 205 – Sweet honeysuckle flair

Anthony and Diane go it alone while Greg attends the Writers Guild of Canada’s 2016 Screenwriting Awards and they sound way too happy that he’s not there.

Once the love-in ends, the pair discuss what’s coming up in the next two weeks of Canadian TV programming, who was winning at the WGC fête, CBC’s worldwide search for the lead actress in Anne and the federal government’s announcement that Cancon will be re-examined.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 46 – Glenn Cockburn: Behind the Screens at the TSC

TSC_GlennAlong with the rest of the Meridian Artists team, Glenn currently represents a select roster of some of Canada’s most talented writers, directors and producers.

Glenn’s career started in 1996 when he began working as script reader for New Line Cinema and Innovative Artists Agency. From 1997 through 1999, Glenn worked as a Creative Executive at Templeton Production’s first look deal with New Line Cinema. In 1999, Glenn returned to Toronto and joined The Characters Talent Agency where he ran the Packaging Department.

Glenn also acted as Executive Producer on the feature film, YOUNG PEOPLE FUCKING, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2007 and became one of the most successful and highest grossing Canadian comedies of all time.

Glenn’s other professional activities include teaching the course, The Business of Film and Television, at Sheridan College as well as being a board member for the Humber Comedy program.

Glenn has a B.F.A. Honours in Film and Television Production, from York University and a M.B.A. from the Ivey School of Business.Glenn is also the founder of the Toronto Screenwriting Conference.

The Toronto Screenwriting Conference runs Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1 at the Metro Toronto Conference Centre. To register, find a schedule explore hotel and food options and more, visit the website.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 45 – Helen Shaver’s Longship Journey

HelenShaverThe career of Helen Shaver is really a story of three careers, two in front of and one behind the camera. Shaver has had acting roles in such films as Who Has Seen the Wind, In Praise of Older Women, Amityville Horror, The Osterman Weekend, Desert Hearts, The Color of Money, and Bethune: The Making of a Hero, to television roles in the series United States, Jessica Novak, WIOU, Poltergeist: The Legacy, and The Education of Max Bickford.

It was for Poltergeist that she stepped behind the camera to direct several episodes. She has become an in-demand director and has helmed series such as The Outer Limits, The O.C., Judging Amy, Flashpoint, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Combat Hospital, Revolution, Person of Interest, and Orphan Black.

Her first television movie, Summer’s End (1999), a family film starring James Earl Jones and Wendy Crewson, was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for outstanding directing in a children’s special.

She continues her television directing efforts on this season’s Vikings which will kick off our conversation, before exploring some of the art and craft of storytelling with Helen Shaver.

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TV, eh? podcast episode 204 – Hints of dill and nut

Greg and Anthony muddle through without Diane, highlighting the Canadian TV shows that are new, returning or ending during the next two weeks. We then discuss CBC’s story about increased cable-cutting, Netflix hiking their prices and how Rogers’ NHL ratings will suffer even more now that no Canadian teams are in it.

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