Punished for dipping his pen in the company ink at the end of season one, Richard craftily maneuvers his way back to Pyramid by duping Prodigy, the competition, which is led by the penny-pinching CEO...
With absolutely no warning, the Pyramid staff finds themselves traveling to a corporate retreat in the country. Even the modicum of survival skills these office dwellers possess proves useless when ...
I think it's sad to see how underrated Canadian TV is. Especially comedies. There a lots of great Candian TV shows such as Twitch City, Slings and Arrows, 22 Minutes and this one, Made In Canada, probably the best out of the lot.
Made in Canada is a powerful satire of the Canadian film and TV industry. The cast (Mercer, Pinsent, Keleghan, Lett, etc...) are all excellent. Even the way it is filmed makes the show event better. And they always had amazing guest stars such as Mark McKinney and Scott Thompson from the Kids in the Hall, Don McKellar and Gordon Pinsent... The last season, especially the very last episode weren't as good as the first four seasons, but overall, it's an amazing show that's worth seeing!
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