Like planes hitting buildings and large waves crashing on distant shores, reversal is the key to life and drama. Katie's cancer comes back with a vengeance. Nicky is busted, but not busted up for his...
It's been a month since Katie's partial mastectomy and she's ready to return to the ring and claim her title as the nation's most popular host. In another ring and with rage rising, Saul decides to ...
Marie Deschamps, a 20 year old French-Canadian girl, quits college to go travel and learn English in Western Canada. Her journey will bring her up to Whistler, British Columbia, where she ... See full summary »
It's 1945, and 16-year-old Terry dreams of waiting tables at the Airlines Hotel in Gander, "Gateway to the World at War!". When his mother becomes ill and their house is quarantined, Terry conjures up the hotel world to keep his fears at bay, complete with a spy mystery and a romance with the vivacious Laurie Dwyer. But with a war outside and death upstairs, Terry must choose between boyhood ... See full summary »
In this half hour version of the FOX top rated show Ally McBeal, David E. Kelley adds un-aired scenes of the original show. Plus, he cut all the court stories, making the show about Ally's personal stories only.
Lisa Nicole Carson
I missed Six Feet Under and this is the closest I can find that matches its wits, plots and characters.
It is refreshing to see a family that has their problems and deal with it the way they do.
Would love to see CHUM do more of these kinds of shows. No reason why Canadian filmmakers cannot be recognized for quality shows.
What I find fascinating is its simplicity in filming. My favorite characters would be Saul, Nicky and Ari. I believe they are portrayed in a very realistic way. Cancer affects all of us and this show portrays a powerful way of dealing with the situation, including those affected.
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