Resuscitation of the acclaimed 1996-97 series that picks up nearly a decade later. We again follow the exploits of George Findlay in this biting satire of the day-to-day operations of the mainstream news media.
Nino is back in Canada after years of struggle in Hollywood. He's got his big break: leading man in a new film by a very important American director, starring opposite the international ... See full summary »
Laid-off autoworkers Mike and Barb Marshall get jobs as local police to support their out-of-control family of five, but when they are partnered together to keep the peace on the streets, ... See full summary »
Three assassins deal with life, love, addiction and trust as each tries to find the answers to a better life. Together, they prove to be the most trustworthy in this tangled web of murder, greed, friendship and betrayal.
Love is Work is a feature film that follows the intense moments in the lives of five couples Shauna MacDonald plays Celia, a personal assistant of a powerful executive. She's intelligent, ... See full summary »
With his new reality show in jeopardy, George, a self-absorbed and neurotic TV producer, caves in to network demands and asks his young girlfriend, Claire to move into his house, but she doesn't move in alone.
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The hockey career of former Toronto Maple Leaf Eric McNally, who was known as a tough enforcer, came to an end with a shoulder injury. He is now a sportscaster. Except to his assistant Nula... See full summary »
Set on Stonewalker First Nation, nestled comfortably beside an affluent beach community in Southern Manitoba. With a diverse cast of shark executives, smooth dealers, scheming slicksters ... See full summary »
Well, contrary to the person in the first inappropriate and unneeded comment, I happen to LOVE this show. The writing, acting and everything else with this show is almost correct. The chemistry all of the actors have is simply amazing. (Though I would like to see tag's character do a little bit more.) And the last thing that I would have to say is that the writing is far more realistic in the fact that they all use curse words in their everyday conversations, just like the youth and young adults, and practically everyone else, of today do. I really love this show and am hoping for at LEAST 3 seasons! Also, it is needed to let everyone out there know that I want ever so badly to be a television writer, but have been to lazy and barely completed a script. But, after last nights episode of Billable Hours, I have found what was missing from myself to go all out and build my portfolio: passion. See, before watching last nights episode, I had all of these ideas in my head, but again there is the laziness. After watching the episode, I went to bed @ 11, and got up @ 12 am and wrote for an hour. So, in conclusion, I say watch Billable Hours, and please, PLEASE go into it with an open mind so hopefully you will be able to enjoy and fall in love with it like I and all of my roomies have.
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