Growing up as a punk in Calgary during the 1980s.
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Series cast summary:
Tim Carlson ...  Ian McKay 13 episodes, 2015
Atticus Mitchell ...  Andrew Shinky / ... 13 episodes, 2015
Tracy Ryan ...  Helen McKay 13 episodes, 2015
Bruce McCulloch ...  Lloyd McKay 13 episodes, 2015
Allie MacDonald ...  Belinda McKay 13 episodes, 2015
Shae Keebler ...  Diane Gabaldi / ... 9 episodes, 2015
James Dugan James Dugan ...  Spud 8 episodes, 2015
Mitchell Verigin ...  Gary (Cowboy #3) 6 episodes, 2015
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Ian and his best friend Shinky are two young punks searching for their great destinies in the back alleys of Calgary Alberta in 1980. Together, these friends will face down cowboys and oilmen, hockey goons and movie snobs, odd- jobbers and hairdressers - and through it all they'll find a way to grow up without selling out. Written by Young Drunk Punk

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English

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18 January 2015 (Canada) See more »

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Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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Loosely based on star Bruce McCulloch's youth in Calgary in the 1980s. See more »

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Can't Wait for Season 2
2 March 2016 | by kitcolfortSee all my reviews

I found Young Drunk Punk on YouTube and was instantly interested. I've always loved the 80s and punk, so seeing a show that combined the two of them was amazing. At the time, I had no idea that Atticus Mitchell was starring, but was more than thrilled to see him once more. (I'd been a fan of him during his days on My Babysitter's a Vampire).

I'm not usually a fan of sitcoms, but YDP won my heart by the second episode. Ian and Shinky are characters you can't help but route for. Unlike most sitcoms, by accident they become attached to one story line and all the others fail.

Young Drunk Punk shines with interesting story lines for all the characters. Though there are a few episodes I don't re watch, YDP is one of my favorite TV-shows and my hope is that soon, we get both a season 2 and American syndication.


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