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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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TV, Eh? podcast Episode 224 — Wind Don’t Care

After discussing some less-than boozy drinks—coffee and Tic Tac Cherry Cola Mixers—Greg and Anthony discuss the Toronto Screenwriting Conference. For the third year in a row, TV, Eh? is the media sponsor, so keep an eye out for tweets and Facebook posts regarding the latest news leading up to the conference. New this year! We’ll be giving away two passes to the conference!

Then it’s on to the Calendar, which includes Murdoch Mysteries‘ and Heartland‘s season finales and the debut of What Would Sal Do? on Crave TV.

Finally, the boys talk about how TV, Eh? is now reporting on web series, kicking it off by spotlighting three of over 70 projects vying for funding from the Independent Production Fund.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 61 — Riding Along with Shelley Scarrow

Hailing from Sarnia and then from York University’s Theatre program, Shelley Scarrow has a diverse list of television credits to her name. Recent highlights have included showrunner/executive producer and writer on Ride and writing for Wynonna Earp.

She served as consulting producer and writer on both Lost Girl and Being Erica. She served as creative consultant and writer for the comedy series Sophie. Other credits include Flashpoint, Da Kink In My Hair, Instant Star and Degrassi.

Animation work has included writing and story editing for the upcoming girls’ action series, Mysticons.

[Please note: Mysticons does not have a Canadian broadcaster … yet.]

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TV, eh? podcast episode 223 — Grinding the beans

Greg and Anthony go booze-free this week, breaking down a jam-packed upcoming couple of weeks in Canadian television before lauding Cardinal‘s two-season renewal, our Canadian Screen Awards poll and upcoming X Company auction.

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