Everything about Satisfaction, eh?

Why did Satisfaction get no satisfaction?

From Anne T. Donahue of Yahoo:

5 Reasons ‘Satisfaction’ Failed To Satisfy Canadian Audiences
Earlier this week, TV Guide reported that after one season, CTV has cancelled “Satisfaction,” another Canadian show that — like “Picnicface,””Almost Heroes,” and even “Hotbox” — got the premature axe, leaving another void where an original, home-grown series could be. Why do Canadian shows keep struggling? Is it the networks, or is it the audience? Is it the series writers or a disconnect between the creator’s vision and what we as viewers see on screen? Well, here are five possible reasons why “Satisfaction” didn’t work out. Continue reading.


New tonight: Satisfaction, Amazing Race Canada, Match Game

Satisfaction, CTV – “Fade to Blackened”
Maggie (Leah Renee) deals with an emasculated Jason (Luke Macfarlane) after he discovers he’s incapable of handy work, and Mark (Ryan Belleville) attempts to “fade out” a girl he’s dating that he thinks is too nerdy for him.

The Amazing Race Canada, CTV – “Clutch and Release”
The remaining four teams race out of Nunavut and into Nova Scotia, but Vanessa and Celina have a hard time getting “in gear.” Then, Dave loses patience with Jet at a scary Roadblock and the stakes are raised at the second U-Turn of the Race.

Match Game, Comedy – season premiere
Retro-classic game show MATCH GAME returns for a second season with 60 brand-new episodes of star-studded hilarity. Darrin Rose returns as host, giving contestants the chance to fill in the blanks and match wits and witticisms with the celebrity panel. Seán Cullen and Debra DiGiovanni return to anchor the panel. Celebrity guest stars include Russell Peters, Ice-T, Catherine O’Hara, and Emma Hunter (SPUN OUT, POP QUIZ), whose hanging around for 30 hilarious episodes.