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Satisfaction 

Satisfaction is a half hour single camera sitcom about being on the verge of adulthood, and struggling with the next step. Whether it's committing to a career, a relationship, or living ... See full summary »

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Tim McAuliffe
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2013  
2 wins & 10 nominations. See more awards »

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Series cast summary:
Luke Macfarlane ...  Jason Howell 13 episodes, 2013
Leah Renee ...  Maggie Bronson 13 episodes, 2013
Ryan Belleville ...  Mark Movenpick 13 episodes, 2013
Chanelle Larocque Chanelle Larocque ...  Bartender 13 episodes, 2013
Mark Critch ...  Gary Breakfast 12 episodes, 2013
Pat Thornton ...  Simon Clarke 12 episodes, 2013
Thomas Mitchell ...  Doug St. Bruce 7 episodes, 2013
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Satisfaction is a half hour single camera sitcom about being on the verge of adulthood, and struggling with the next step. Whether it's committing to a career, a relationship, or living arrangements, it's not easy being a twenty-something when you're torn between your immature past and your potential future. Written by DHX Media

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Comedy

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Better Than Package Deal
1 January 2014 | by csiddall-886-958084See all my reviews

Why would they keep a horrible show like Package Deal and then get rid of this show? This show was not perfect I admit and some of the show's elements were down right annoying like some of the characters I admit were not the best or maybe just were not cast correctly. But there were a lot of funny parts and good jokes and it was cool seeing a different kind of comedy show in Toronto with some funny jokes in it instead of the usual garbage Canadian sitcoms geared toward old people or people with zero sense of humor. That brings me back to Package Deal. Totally predictable garbage jokes with zero entertainment value at all. Satisfaction needed work and maybe re cast a couple characters or just change it up a bit to make it work better or bring in some new characters but if it had a second year it would have at least had a chance to do that and be a good show. Instead Canadian TV keeps churning out more horrible comedies made with the same unfunny cookie cutter.


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24 June 2013 (Canada) See more »

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