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TV Eh B Cs podcast 71 — Where the Puckrin Is Going to Be

Update: At the time this was recorded, Killjoys had not been renewed for a fourth season. Happily, it has been renewed for two more seasons.

Toronto-based writer/producer Julie Puckrin has worked up and down the west coast, in both the United States and Canada. Julie recently completed production on Space’s third season of Killjoys. Her credits include the acclaimed CBC series X Company, three seasons of CTV’s Motive, and Gracepoint, the Fox TV adaptation of the hit British series Broadchurch. She also interned on the Emmy-award winning Mad Men, under showrunner Matthew Weiner. A recipient of the Michener Fellowship, Julie has a Masters of Fine Arts in Screenwriting from the University of Texas at Austin.

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TV, Eh? podcast Episode 236 — Pancake Batter-Like Quality

This week’s podcast brought to you by Two Oceans wine and Old Crow Bourbon!

As always, we begin with the next two weeks of programming via the Calendar, followed by casting news for Just Like Mom and Dad and Cycle 3 of Cardinal beginning production in North Bay, Ont. We finish off the show discussing Netflix’s blog post about their Canadian TV deal and the loss of broadcasters Rafe Mair and Ray Turnbull.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 70 — The Lieberman Directives

Robert Lieberman has been a prominent director in film, television and commercials over multiple decades. A highlight from his expansive career in television was directing the pilot and executive producing the CBS series Gabriel’s Fire, which starred James Earl Jones and garnered three Emmy Awards. In recent years Mr. Lieberman’s television directing assignments have included multiple episodes of The Expanse, Eyewitness, Art of More, Rogue, Criminal Minds, Dexter, The X-Files, Brothers & Sisters and eight episodes of Haven.

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TV, Eh? podcast Episode 235 — #Hautumn

This week’s episode brought to you by Mill Street Original Organic Lager and Kirkland Signature Diet Green Tea!

After beginning the podcast complaining about the heat and sharing our thoughts on Star Trek: Discovery, the last week of Canadian television programming in September and the first week of October are covered off. Then it’s the latest in Canadian TV news: Rick Mercer Report‘s final season has begun, Private Eyes greenlit for Season 3, CraveTV and Just for Laughs team for three original stand-up specials and the Bell Fund is looking to invest in YOUR idea.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 69 — Mann on a Mission

Jon Mann is a graduate of Acadia University (POLS, 2011) and the New York Film Academy (Screenwriting, 2013). In 2012, he wrote the documentary Drink ‘Em Dry which premiered at Harvard Law School, making Jon the youngest person in the school’s history to present written work (at age 22). After Harvard, the film Drink ‘Em Dry is now in universities and colleges in North and South America, Europe, and Australia. Drink ‘Em Dry was also nominated for Best Canadian Documentary at the Canadian Labour International Film Festival (2012). In 2014, Jon completed his first feature-length documentary, Project Power, which follows the social movement against the sale of NB Power to Hydro-Quebec in 2010. In 2015 Jon co-wrote and directed the short-film Rearview which racked up wins and nominations at film festivals worldwide.

In 2017, Jon and production partner Rob Ramsay’s project Wolfville was selected for the 2017 National Screen Institute’s Totally Television program.

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