A talk show aimed toward teenagers, hosted by Jonathan Torrens.




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Series cast summary:
 1996-1997 (5 episodes, 1996-1999)
 Himself / ... (4 episodes, 1996-2001)
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 Various Characters (3 episodes, 1999)
 Bob / ... (2 episodes, 1996)
Dianne Latchford ...
 Nurse Pretzel / ... (2 episodes, 1997-1998)


A talk show aimed toward teenagers, hosted by Jonathan Torrens.

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Spin-off Jonathan Cross's Canada (2003) See more »

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the machines never died
16 August 2004 | by (Toronto) – See all my reviews

Jonovision was one of CBC's best shows for teens. Although not many probably remember it or were into it, it had a hidden charm that I think most people didn't get. Jonathan Torren's sarcastic wit was usually left with blank stares, but his previous role on Street Cents lent him some credibility to host a show for the younger demographic. A lot of the panel discussions were relevant, but the skits and parodies are what will mostly be missed, as well as Jonopalooza which gave some of the small town bands a chance to play on national TV.

Out of all of this even a fanclub spawned for this wonderful machine known as the Jononation, and all who were able to identify with the subtle genius that was behind it all.

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