Set in the fictional National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA), InSecurity follows secret agent Alex Cranston and her team of spies as they juggle dates, terrorists, pets, ... See full summary »
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...  Alex Cranston 23 episodes, 2011
...  Peter McNeil 23 episodes, 2011
...  Burt Wilson 23 episodes, 2011
...  JoJo Kwan 23 episodes, 2011
...  Claude Lesage 23 episodes, 2011
...  Benjamin N'udu 23 episodes, 2011
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Set in the fictional National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA), InSecurity follows secret agent Alex Cranston and her team of spies as they juggle dates, terrorists, pets, ex-boyfriends and the safety of the nation. The only thing harder than protecting the country is protecting themselves from their own insecurities. Written by Verite Films

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Good spies are hard to find. See more »

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Featured in The Hour: Episode #7.72 (2011) See more »

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The Sun Ain't Shining No More
Composed by Lars Iversen / Mette Lindberg
Used under license by Ole Media Management L.P.
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Great new comedy Canadian style
15 January 2011 | by See all my reviews

I saw the commercial a couple of weeks ago and thought it looked good; it was a change from sketch comedy Canada is known for. It's about a fictitious intelligence agency, NISA, and the crazy hijinks the agents get themselves into. You get the one who's sexy and gutsy but knows her fellow agents aren't the quickest bunch to catch onto anything, there's the older agent who has the brains but has to tolerate the others (especially one agent who's not so bright), the one who's not so bright at all, one who's so melodramatic that her character mocks your typical intelligence agents we normally see in dramas, one who has violent thoughts that it scares people, and the one in charge isn't perfect either. Only 2 episodes have aired so far and it's really good. I look forward to seeing many more episodes.


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