From a media release:
Accessible Media Inc. (AMI) announced today that Season two ofÂ Eyes for the Job, the 13-part television series focused on home improvement and do-it-yourself projects starringÂ Chris JudgeÂ andÂ Alex Haider, will premiere onÂ Tuesday, July 31, atÂ 11 a.m.Â andÂ 7 p.m. ETÂ on AMI-tv.
Produced byÂ Clerisy Entertainment,Â Eyes for the JobÂ is set inÂ HalifaxÂ and features Nova Scotian co-hostsÂ Chris JudgeÂ andÂ Alex Haider. A lifelong handyman and do-it-yourself enthusiast, Chris brings a unique perspective to the program: he is blind. Working alongside Chris isÂ Alex Haider, who shares Chris’ creativity and enthusiasm and boasts some serious social media and outreach know-how. Together, they’ll inform, entertain and inspire viewers to expand their DIY abilities in new and exciting ways.
In Season two, Chris steps up his DIY game. He’s started a community workshop in the heart of the city and has the space, tools and materials for some seriously cool creations. With Alex by his side, Chris tackles several projects both in the workshop and in the community, with help from friends.
In keeping with AMI’s mandate of making accessible media for all Canadians, Season two ofÂ Eyes for the JobÂ features Integrated Described Video (IDV), where Chris and Alex describe their actions and surroundings during filming to make the program accessible to individuals with vision loss.
Beginning onÂ July 31,Â Eyes for the JobÂ airs Tuesdays atÂ 11 a.m.Â andÂ 7 p.m. ETÂ on AMI-tv.