InSecurity launched at MIPCOM

From a media release:


Tricon Films & Television, one of North America’s fastest growing production and distribution companies has acquired the international rights to InSecurity, a 13-part action-comedy series set to debut on CBC Television in January 2011. The series is about the men and women of the fictional National Intelligence and Security Agency who keep the world safe…ish.

InSecurity, coming to MIPCOM for the first time with Tricon Films & Television, is created and executive produced by Virginia Thompson and Robert de Lint of Vérité Films, the production company behind the smash hit television series Corner Gas and Kevin White of Company Name Here Productions, who was showrunner of Corner Gas in it’s last two seasons of production.

“InSecurity is an action comedy about spies, a genre that’s loved around the world and as such we’re excited to hear the international feedback on the show. We also wanted a boutique approach to the international sales of the series and Tricon was the ideal fit.” says Virginia Thompson, President of Vérité Films.

In each episode of InSecurity, special agent Alex Cranston and her team of espionage misfits take on a mission vital to international security. They go where others can’t go. They do what others won’t do. And they screw up in ways that can only be described as world class. But like all great spy heroes, Alex and her NISA team get the bad guys and make the world a safer place. Just not always on purpose.

InSecurity stars Natalie Lisinska (Chloe) as rookie leader Alex Cranston; William Devry (Bold and The Beautiful) as the politically-savvy boss, Peter McNeil; Matthew MacFadzean (Stratford Festival) as the Jack Bauer wanna-be Burt Wilson; Richard Yearwood (The Plan) as the loyal and unpredictable Benjamin N’udu; Grace Lynn Kung (Being Erica, House Party) as the super-smart field specialist, Joho Quan; and Rémy Girard (Les Boys) as the jaded veteran of the team, Claude Lesage.