Flesh and Blood is a contemporary upstairs downstairs that follows the parallel and intersecting lives of people in Toronto. Lives brought together by a murder where the ring of a gunshot ... See full summary »
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Torri Higginson ...  Katharine Strachan 25 episodes, 1999-2000
John Ralston ...  Jack Berg 25 episodes, 1999-2000
Shannon Lawson ...  Marly Lamarr 22 episodes, 1999-2000
Jody Racicot ...  St. Crispin St. James 16 episodes, 1999-2000
Matthew Lemche ...  Strachan Berg 14 episodes, 1999-2000
Michael Sarrazin ...  Milt 14 episodes, 1999-2000
Robin Brûlé ...  Angie Hart 13 episodes, 1999
Aidan Devine ...  Father Shane Devlin 13 episodes, 1999
James Gallanders ...  Detective Michael Croft 12 episodes, 1999-2000
Larissa Laskin ...  Talia Onassis 12 episodes, 1999-2000
Arnold Pinnock ...  Tyrone Meeks 11 episodes, 1999
Victoria Moseley Victoria Moseley ...  Mercy 11 episodes, 1999
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Flesh and Blood is a contemporary upstairs downstairs that follows the parallel and intersecting lives of people in Toronto. Lives brought together by a murder where the ring of a gunshot echoes across the border between rich and poor. A mystery. A shared dream. Hope, survival, sex, betrayal - the usual. And the not so usual. The First World meets the Third World in the streets of Toronto, the city the country loves to hate. Written by person1

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Canada

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English

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1999 (Canada) See more »

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Deep in the City See more »

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Uniquely Canadian
28 July 2000 | by kestrel_childersSee all my reviews

This show wouldn't have lasted one season on American television, not because it is different than most prime time soaps because it is serious, but because it is so diverse. I was disappointed that it was cancelled after only two seasons considering the great potential that existed for the further development of not only the main characters from the second season, but also of the minor characters from the first season which were all but written out of a few episodes in the second season. Most disappointing was the sudden disappearance of their son Strachen (played by Matthew Lemche) who only appeared in a limited number of episodes, the season premiere and two near and in the finale. Also, I thought there was great potential for the development of the characters of Angie (played by Robin Brule) and Tyrone who appeared in maybe two episodes this season. They seemed to take all the edge out of the second season and turned it into a typical prime time soap which was most likely it's demise. But if you get a chance to watch it on CTV, please do, especially the first season because it is a wonderful show.


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