A talk show aimed toward teenagers, hosted by Jonathan Torrens.
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 1996-1997 (5 episodes, 1996-1999)
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 Himself / ... (4 episodes, 1996-2001)
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 Various (3 episodes, 1996-1997)
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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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Growing up Jono
22 July 2004 | by (Nelson, Canada) – See all my reviews

My friends and I used to come home everyday after school to watch this show. It came on at 4:30pm on the great Canadian network, CBC. It was the only station some of us would get on our antennas, living out in the boonies. Following the show would be The Simpsons at 5, and at one time, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air at 5:30pm. Ah, yes, we would gather and watch the wonder that was Jono.

It was a great show and quite popular among us Canadian teens. It was one of the few good Canadian teen shows that don't exist anymore:

Streetcents-a show about good and bad products on the market, companies to watch out for, scams.. and much more..

Degrassi-a drama-type show to help teens cope with growing up, high school, and issues like drugs and sex

Kidzone- you know? I'm not even sure what this show is about..still good though

Yes, us Canadians do have T.V. up here (although it's sometimes hard to get reception through our igloos...and don't get me started about when it starts to snow..) And we actually have some shows of our own, though lower budget..still, we can produce some quality television and every once in awhile come out with a show like Jonovision.


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