From a media release:
PEAK SEASON Relationships Change As Often As the Weather, Oct. 19 on MTV
- MTV Documentary Series premieres with back-to-back episodes, starting at 10 p.m. ET/PT
- PEAK SEASON AFTER SHOW following each episode live from Masonic Temple
- Exclusive behind-the-scenes content and episodes available on demand at mtv.ca
Every town has stories and secrets, but few rival the ones uncovered in Whistler during PEAK SEASON. The half-hour MTV original documentary series takes an unfiltered look at a tight-knit group of 20-somethings coming of age in the world-renowned resort town. PEAK SEASON premieres Monday, October 19 at 10 p.m. ET, with back-to-back episodes. Then it’s over to Canada’s gossip gurus Dan Levy and Jessi Cruickshank with the PEAK SEASON AFTER SHOW. The duo chimes in on the drama and interacts with fans across the country via webcam every Monday night following PEAK SEASON. Check out full episodes of these shows on demand at mtv.ca via the site’s high-res video player.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of youngsters flock to Whistler, B.C. for its perfect peaks, powder and club scene. Whistler’s youth struggle to find love, friendship, and their place in an ever-changing resort town and life gets more complicated when these locals and outsiders from across the globe mix.
â€œWhistler is known as the perfect place for young people to find themselves and lose themselves all at the same time,â€ said Brad Schwartz, Senior Vice President and General Manager, MuchMTV Group, CTV Inc. â€œThis is real life that our audience can relate to. PEAK SEASON follows the ups and downs of real people as they experience some of the best and worst moments of their lives, and our MTV cameras document it all.â€
Every cast member brings their own distinct personality and stories to the series. Locals like Dre and Amanda yearn to escape the Whistler bubble and the boarders like Steph live for the mountain. Then there are the Whistler transplants like Lauren from Ontario and international kids like Matt, from Australia, who come to Whistler for the crazy night life. Some people come to work while others just want to play. Some come to discover something in themselves, while others just want to leave their pasts behind.
Viewers can get exclusive PEAK SEASON content online at mtv.ca including deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes photos and footage from Whistler, and tips and tricks from the cast about living life on the peaks. Full episodes are also available on demand.
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