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From Marc Capancioni of the Sault Star:

Chris & John to the Rescue 3rd season in production

From a media release:

CHRIS & JOHN TO THE RESCUE!: SUMMER CAMP NOW IN PRODUCTION!

Award-nominated reality series now in production on third season, titled Chris & John to the Rescue!: Summer Camp

chrisandjohn2After spending last season in the Cape Cod colonial town of Provincetown, Massachusetts, Chris & John are continuing their mission (to save the world…one gay at a time) by hitting the road again and traveling to the GLBT hotspot of the American mid-west: Saugatuck, Michigan. But in a shocking twist, the duo will be saying goodbye to luxurious accommodations and roughing it all summer long at Campit Resort, a gay & lesbian campground! Will Chris & John be able to survive life in the great outdoors, all while facing their most challenging rescue missions yet? It’s a wild ride and a season you’ll never forget!

An interactive website, www.chrisandjohnonline.com, acts as a companion to the series, featuring episode descriptions, star bios, exclusive photos and videos, an interactive forum and more! Complete seasons of Chris & John to the Rescue! and Chris & John to the Rescue!: Provincetown are available for order and pre-order respectively through Alluvial Filmworks and Amazon.com.

Chris & John to the Rescue! airs on OUTtv (Canada) and here! Networks (USA) and was created and executive produced by co-star John Simpson through John Simpson Productions Inc.

In the news: Terminal City DVD review

From Real Movie News:

  • Terminal City: The Complete Series DVD Review
    “Terminal City is being shown on The Sundance Channel, but it was originally shown on Canadian television. Since then the television show created by Angus Fraser from what was originally the concept for a feature film has been called a Canadian “Six Feet Under”. With a dysfunctional family brought together and pushed away by a family tragedy the comparison is clearly warranted.” Read more.
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