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Network: CBS, Ion
Episodes: 75 (hour)
TV show dates: July 11, 2008 -- December 13, 2012
Series status: Ended
Performers include: Enrico Colantoni, Hugh Dillon, Michael Cram, Sergio Di Zio, Mark Taylor, Amy Jo Johnson, David Paetkau, Ruth Marshall, Pascale Hutton, Jessica Steen, Tattiawna Jones, Bill MacDonald, Tyler Stentiford, Janaya Stephens, Lisa Marcos, Philip Akin, Gabriel Hogan, Danijel Mandic, Matt Gordon, Tim Dutaud, Stephanie Morgenstern, and Cheyenne Freitas.
TV show description:
This drama series details the lives of the Strategic Response Unit (Sru), a special force that is called on in severe situations that are too intense for regular officers. Based on the real-life Emergency Task Force of Toronto, Canada, the expert cops are often called upon to rescue hostages, dissipate gangs, negotiate with kidnappers, investigate bomb threats, and talk down possible jumpers.
Flashpoint is coming to an end after five seasons on CTV.
This Thursday, December 6, CTV is getting ready to say goodbye to one of its most popular Canadian shows, Flashpoint. The procedural is coming to an end after running for five seasons on the Bell Media-owned network. It has also aired on CBS in the United States.
To celebrate the broadcast of the two-part series finale, ‘Keep the Peace,’ CTV is hosting its first-ever live video After Show on CTV.ca. The event will take place immediately after the broadcast at 11 p.m. Et of Part One of the finale on Thursday and give fans a chance to ask questions about the series. Part Two of the series finale will be shown next Thursday, December 13.
- Michael Simpson
I’ll give him this: Jason Lapeyre sure didn’t skimp on the blood for his intense looking crime flick “Cold Blooded”. I’m not entirely sure how hygienic it is for the film’s lead to be walking around what seems like half the movie with her face caked in blood, though. It certainly makes for a startling visual, I’ll give the film that, especially considering what a pretty lady in Zoie Palmer they have underneath all that blood. If that’s what they were going for, mission accomplished? Anyways, check out the first trailer for “Cold Blooded”, people who enjoy checking out movie trailers on the web. A female police officer has to keep a prisoner from escaping a nearly abandoned hospital unit at the same time his violent partners come looking for him. The film stars Ryan Robbins, Zoie Palmer, Bill MacDonald, Sergio Di Zio, Huse Madhavji, »
Freshly announced as a selection of the Fantasia Festival in Montreal - where director Jason Lapeyre will also be screening one other directing effort as well as a short which he produced - Canadian thriller Cold Blooded has released it's first trailer online.A female police officer has to keep a prisoner from escaping a nearly abandoned hospital unit at the same time his violent partners come looking for him. Lapeyre won great notice here on Twitch for his all kids action film I Declare War - read Kurt Halfyard's review here - so we're quite curious to see this one as well. Ryan Robbins, Zoie Palmer, Bill MacDonald, Sergio Di Zio, Huse Madhavji, and Thomas Mitchell star. »
Just a few updates to end the week.
Blood and Chrome trailer was shown at the BSG panel at WonderCon this weekend. Hero Complex has a report from the panel with Kevin Grazier. Here is a description of the trailer (no, it's not available anywhere yet):
At the end of his talk, Grazier screened a trailer for the upcoming “Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome,” a two-hour television film which is set in the 10th year of the First Cylon War. Edited at rapid-cutting pace to Trent Reznor and Karen O’s cover of “Immigrant Song” for “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” – which was actually quite fitting with images of ice-covered planets and (space)ships – the trailer ended with title cards flashing the words “It’s time for a SyFy game-changer.”Still no official word on what Blood and Chrome is (a TV film or a pilot) even though »
Ion Television announced today it is renewing its original police drama Flashpoint for a fifth season. The network is picking up 13 more episodes, set to begin shooting in February 2012. The announcement was made today by Brandon Burgess, CEO, Ion Media Networks.
Flashpoint joined Ion's primetime schedule in October 2011 after the network acquired all episodes from seasons 1-3 along with 11 Season 4 original episodes. The production of Season 5 contributes to Ion Television's original programming goals for 2012 and beyond. Since its debut on Ion, Flashpoint recorded its highest-telecast ever among the network's key demos on December 27, including households (1.5 million), A25-54 (869,000), W25-54 (566,000) and among total viewers (2.1 million).
"Flashpoint's solid performance season-to-date shows that a growing number of fans enjoy the series on Ion Television," says Burgess. "We welcome back this exciting dramatic series and its cast to Ion Television for another season in 2012."
"We're thrilled to be continuing our relationship with Ion, »
6 items from 2012
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