Motive (2013–2016)
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Julian, college frat boy, is murdered by a clothing designer whose younger sister is a freshman computer geek. An Interpol agent is called to work as a liaison with Angie.

Director:

Andy Mikita

Writers:

James Thorpe (developed by), Daniel Cerone (created by) | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kristin Lehman ... Detective Angie Flynn
Louis Ferreira ... Sergeant Oscar Vega
Brendan Penny ... Detective Brian Lucas
Lauren Holly ... Dr. Betty Rogers
Tommy Flanagan ... Jack Stoker
Elyse Levesque ... Whitney Fraser
Mark Ryder ... Julian Bishop
Chanelle Peloso ... Karis Fraser
Calum Worthy ... Derek Holstadt
Jedidiah Goodacre ... Tyler
Marci T. House ... Police Chief Jennifer Wells
Elise Gatien ... Paige Lytton
Natalie Sharp ... Lily
Anna Louise Sargeant Anna Louise Sargeant ... Keva (as Anna Sargent)
Matthew Graham ... Phillip
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The victim: Julian Bishop, a British national and a fourth year History major at the University of British Columbia. The killer: Whitney Fraser, an up and coming local fashion designer. Julian's dead body is discovered next to a beach the night after his fraternity hosted a party. Julian's mother, Rosemary Bishop, a high profile British politician, has had death threats made against her before. As such, the British government has requested that Interpol be involved to investigate the possibility that an assassin was hired to kill Julian. Interpol assigns London-based Agent Jack Stoker. All that are involved on the case from the Canadian side of the ocean are intrigued by Stoker, who adds a bit of flair to the investigation. Julian was last seen by his fraternity brothers leaving the party with an unknown slightly older woman. There are reports that Julian was also seen recently with a geeky young woman, someone who was not generally his type. Both these women may provide some key ... Written by Huggo

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The first of the fake passports that Angie opens up is made out in the name of Marc Aubin. In reality Marc Aubin is the Art Director for this project. See more »

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References National Lampoon's Animal House (1978) See more »

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 July 2016 (Canada) See more »

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