Wednesday, Sept. 6
Richard’s decision to give up on Irina is tested. Sumesh stands up to Dinesh, but is unprepared for the fallout with his family. Paula panics when Kelly doesn’t come home.
Thursday, Sept. 7
In the show’s final episode, Tiffany prepares for some very different homecomings. Colin prepares to leave town, but he can’t avoid one final confrontation.
From a CBC media release:
INTELLIGENCE, the highly-anticipated new dramatic series from Chris Haddock (DaVinci’s Inquest, The Handler), starring Ian Tracey (DaVinci’s Inquest, Milgaard) and Klea Scott (Brooklyn South, Millennium), ignites the airwaves Tuesday, Oct. 10 at 9 p.m. on CBC Television.
The critically-acclaimed two-hour series pilot, to be re-broadcast on CBC-TV Tuesday, Sept. 26 at 8 p.m., just received five Gemini nominations for Best Television Movie, Best Writing (Haddock), Best Direction (Stephen Surjik) and Best Performance by Lead Actor and Actress for Tracey and Scott.
As delivered in the pilot, Intelligence promises a volatile first season laden with conspiracy, betrayal and reprisal, as both sides of the law play a cat-and-mouse game of exploitation and cover-up. The 13-part hour-long series picks up where the pilot left off. Jimmy Reardon (Tracey), third generation crime boss, and Mary Spalding (Scott), Director of Vancouver’s Organized Crime Unit (OCU), made deals with the devil-that is, each other. Jimmy agreed to work with Mary as a star informant, and Mary made a deal to protect Reardon from prosecution. Each will attempt to use the other without getting caught in the act.
Continue reading Chris Haddock’s Intelligence premieres Tuesday, Oct. 10 AT 9 P.M. ON CBC-TV
From a CTV media release:
And Then There Were Two: Eva Avila and Craig Sharpe to Compete for Canadian Idol Crown as Tyler Lewis is Eliminated
— Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida co-write new Canadian Idol
winner’s single “Meant to Fly,” to be unveiled on next week’s show —
It’s Eva versus Craig and the last one standing will be Canada’s next Canadian Idol, it was revealed tonight on CTV. With the elimination of Saskatchewan’s Tyler Lewis, 20, tonight, the stage is now set for next week’s dramatic Canadian Idol showdown. Gatineau’s Eva Avila, 19, will go head-to-head with Newfoundland’s Craig Sharpe, 16, for the Canadian Idol crown as they both perform the new Canadian Idol single “Meant to Fly,” co-written by Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida. It’s the second year in a row that Newfoundland has delivered a Top 2 finalist and it’s the first time ever that Quebec will see one of its own perform in the biggest music face-off on television.
Continue reading Tyler Lewis eliminated from Canadian Idol
From a CTV press release:
– Production underway on 13 new, High Definition half-hour episodes — Jeff Seymour, Inga Cadranel, Jesse Bond return –
Production Begins on Season Two of Original Comedy Series Jeff Ltd
On the heels of last week’s Gemini nomination for Best Comedy Series, CTV and The Comedy Network announced today that principal photography has begun on Season 2 of their original comedy series, Jeff Ltd.
For the first time ever, the series will be shot in High Definition. Produced in association with Seymour & From Productions 2 Inc. and S & S Productions Inc., Jeff Ltd stars Jeff Seymour as the smooth-talking, fun-loving rascal Jeff Stevens, a nickel-and-dime advertising and promotions “genius-in-his-own-mind” who chases get-rich-quick schemes and women with reckless abandon. Production continues in studio and on location in Toronto and Hamilton until October 2, 2006.
Continue reading In production: Jeff Ltd., Season Two