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Lost & Found Music Studios 

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Lost & Found Music Studios is a half-hour tween series following the lives of a group of musicians who are members of an after-school music program where they explore and discover their ... See full summary »

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Levi Randall ...  Theo 26 episodes, 2015-2016
Alex Zaichkowski ...  John 26 episodes, 2015-2016
...  Leia 25 episodes, 2015-2016
Shane Harte ...  Luke 25 episodes, 2015-2016
...  Rachel 24 episodes, 2015-2016
...  Eva 23 episodes, 2015-2016
...  Maggie 21 episodes, 2016
Olivia Solo ...  Annabelle 21 episodes, 2016
...  James 18 episodes, 2015-2016
DeShaun Clarke ...  Jude 17 episodes, 2015-2016
...  Mr. T 17 episodes, 2015-2016
Katrina Hachey ...  Hannah 16 episodes, 2015-2016
Maranda Thomas ...  Mary 16 episodes, 2016
Rakim Kelly ...  Isaac 15 episodes, 2016
...  Clara 15 episodes, 2016
...  Michelle 14 episodes, 2015-2016
...  Parker 12 episodes, 2015-2016
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Lost & Found Music Studios is a half-hour tween series following the lives of a group of musicians who are members of an after-school music program where they explore and discover their musical identities. Mr. T., the owner of Lost & Found Music Studios and an established music producer, admits a small number of new members each year to join the group, and ends the year by selecting some of the standout members to participate in a live tour wich will end their careers at lost & found and send them off into the music business as professional musicians.

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Each episode title is the name of a song sung at the beginning of the episode. See more »

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Music & Lyrics by Matthew Tishler, Zubin Thakkar & Robyn Newman
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Standard teeny-bop with a tad of edge
24 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

"Lost and Found Studios" is about a group of teenagers in an "elite music program" of people of indiscriminate age in an indiscriminate mid-sized city, with an indiscriminate means of paying for it all.

The more I think about the show, the more answers I have than questions. Does Mr. T's exclusive program consist of letting kids just hang around his studio all day and what's in it for him when studio time is at such a premium? Does the program offer instruction other than Mr. T sternly crossing his arms and playing referee in disputes? Why do the parents trust Mr. T? But that's OK because to try to answer these questions would involve icky things for this teeny-bop genre like involving parents and as the kid with the red headphones learned when his mom crashed his audition, parents are not allowed! The creators of this show know that it's a cash cow so long as they populate it with an array of diverse vanilla personalities and produce a queue full of songs on iTunes where they can get a juicy second stream of revenue.

The characters are all filled out by uniformly mediocre actors but it's also curious that the adults on screen (John and Luke's piano teacher's widower) exhibit that same lack of ability.

I still ended up liking it because it gives some (not a lot of) insight into modern-day songwriting and working in a studio and there's a certain amount of that there. The story is both written and acted broadly for a teen audience, but it wasn't enough to detract me from wanting to know what happened next.

While the show is hokey, I ultimately stuck with it because it had some edgier plot lines than one might have expected for this genre. One of the main characters, John, is dealing with the death of his mother which puts a dark twist on what is the season's only major romantic pairing (which is pretty curious in its own right since this show is playing to a demographic that thrives on hookups in fiction). Another, Clara, gets outright depressed and nasty despite the fact that it seemed like the show bible was "keep all the characters uniformly bubbly and cheerful." Eva, a noticeable introvert, seems to hide some insecurities that begs one to want to know more. Leah (who perhaps has more screen time than anyone else), starts out as a ditzy girl blind to an unrequieted crush, but she's gradually revealed to be a villainess of high proportions.

Whether, these plot lines might have been stuff that slipped through the cracks or were part of the grand scheme of things, it takes the show above standard teeny-bop fare.


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