John Marsan, is a reknowned expert of paranormal phenomena. He has a son named Oliver whose friend Laurie Lamera's life is turned upside-down by the ghost of her dead father, who looks for help from John about this mysterious event.
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Jamieson Boulanger ...
 Oliver Marsan (13 episodes, 2004-2005)
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 Laurie Lamera (13 episodes, 2004-2005)
Lorne Brass ...
 John Marsan (10 episodes, 2004-2005)
Marie Turgeon ...
 Helen Lamera (8 episodes, 2004-2005)
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John Marsan, is a reknowned expert of paranormal phenomena. He has a son named Oliver whose friend Laurie Lamera's life is turned upside-down by the ghost of her dead father, who looks for help from John about this mysterious event.

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Make-work project for Quebec television industry
11 November 2006 | by (New Brunswick) – See all my reviews

Very amateur, low-quality effort that ended up playing Saturday mornings at 8 am on SPACE, right after the Buck a Day MGD infomercials. It has the feel of a student production, and features justifiably unknown actors who butcher the English language in the English version of this supposedly bilingual series (which filmed both English and French versions of the same scripts).

Unfortunately, the fact that the series has been created for a young audience seems to have given the producers, writers and actors license to be satisfied with cheap and sloppy production values, performances and scripts. The result is a product that is probably just as unsatisfying for children as it is for adults.

11 Somerset is another in a long series of productions, such as PSI Factor, Starhunter, Eureka and Lexx, that buck the Stargate/Xfiles effect to demonstrate that Canadian television is uniquely inept when it comes to creating quality science fiction.


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