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Private Eyes 

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Former professional hockey player Matt Shade partners with private eye Angie Everett to solve crimes around Toronto.
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Series cast summary:
Jason Priestley ...  Matt Shade 52 episodes, 2016-2021
Cindy Sampson ...  Angie Everett 52 episodes, 2016-2021
Barry Flatman ...  Don Shade 49 episodes, 2016-2021
Jordyn Negri ...  Jules Shade 48 episodes, 2016-2021
Samantha Wan ...  Zoe Chow 38 episodes, 2017-2021
Ennis Esmer ...  Kurtis Mazhari 28 episodes, 2016-2019
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The original crime-solving series Private Eyes is a 10-episode procedural drama that follows ex-pro hockey player Matt Shade (Jason Priestley) who irrevocably changes his life when he decides to team up with fierce P.I. Angie Everett (Cindy Sampson) to form an unlikely investigative powerhouse. Through their new partnership, Shade is forced to examine who he has become and who he wants to be. Ongoing episodes find Shade and Angie investigating high-stakes crimes in the worlds of horse racing, fine dining, Toronto's vibrant hip-hop scene, scandalous literature, magic clubs, and more.

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-PG | See all certifications »

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Shawn Piller, executive producer, also produced and directed many episodes of Haven (2010). Many actors from Haven have also appear here, including Jason Priestley. See more »

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Private Eyes
Performed by Dear Rouge
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Yes, it's reminiscent, but worth a look.
27 June 2016 | by piperofthemilleniumSee all my reviews

The trolls are at it again. How is it that something can come along, remind us of something else and immediately it gets panned as unoriginal? There is nothing new under the sun. This quote itself is nearly 3000 years old. It was true then and it's true now. Yes, this show reminded me of Moonlighting with a dash of Castle as the remade man who considers a different career. However, it dares to consider than just "bringing the killer to justice". There have been resolutions to stories that I didn't see coming or consider to be regular justice. Remember, these guys are PRIVATE EYES, not cops. Justice doesn't have to include iron bars. I like the chemistry between the leads and having Jason Priestly raise a blind daughter whilst having his own dad around for a foil keeps him grounded. Not to mention that, for once, here is a show with wide appeal that is made in Canada that doesn't pretend to be somewhere else. I've enjoyed the tour of her cities and countryside without it being purported to be "somewhere in the US". Yes, Private Eyes does draw from ingredients we're familiar with, but then some of the greatest cocktails are made from stuff we never consider combining before. Give it a taste!


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11 February 2018 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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