From a media release:
BEING ERICA RETURNS FOR A NEW SEASON OF SURPRISES AND SECRETS ON CBC TELEVISION, TUESDAY, SEPT. 22
The multiple Gemini Award-nominated series is back with star Erin Karpluk as the engaging Erica Strange, on her quest to come to terms with life and relationships – in the past and in the present. It’s a season full of surprises and secrets revealed as Erica continues her very special brand of therapy and learns more about the mysterious Dr. Tom (Michael Riley).
BEING ERICA debuts its sophomore season on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. 9 p.m. on CBC Television, with a dramatic first episode that picks up exactly where the season one cliffhanger left off – with Erica wondering what has happened to Dr. Tom after she has deeply betrayed his trust.
Having re-lived some of her lightest and darkest moments, Erica is starting to make the most of her life. Her publishing career is taking off, she is connecting her disjointed family and building stronger relationships with her friends. Finally united with longtime love Ethan (Tyron Leitso, Wonderfalls), it all seems to be coming together for Erica. But an encounter with someone who shares a secret with her (Sebastian Pigott, Canadian Idol) could change it all. He’s slick, he’s captivating and he’s caught Erica’s eye.
Ã¢â‚¬Å“One of television’s most popular female characters is back for 12 new episodes, and she’s a lot smarter and wiser this time round,Ã¢â‚¬Â said Kirstine Stewart, general manager, CBC Television. Ã¢â‚¬Å“BEING ERICA is a colourful, meaningful look at what it would be like to go back to life-defining moments, and this season promises more of the Erica that viewers have come to love.Ã¢â‚¬Â
BEING ERICA also stars Reagan Pasternak as Erica’s boss Julianne Giacomelli, Kathleen Laskey as mother Barbara Strange, John Boylan as father Gary Strange, Joanna Douglas as Erica’s sister Samantha, and Vinessa Antoine as BFF Judith.
BEING ERICA is created by Jana Sinyor. Executive producers are Aaron Martin, Jana Sinyor, Ivan Sneeberg and David Fortier. It is a Temple Street production in association with CBC Television.