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Transplant

On June 11th 2019, CTV and NBC Universal International Studios, together with Montréal-based producer Sphère Média Plus, announced  that production had begun on Transplant,  a new one-hour Canadian television medical drama series. The series premiered on CTV on February 26, 2020. 

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Transplant

On June 11th 2019, CTV and NBC Universal International Studios, together with Montréal-based producer Sphère Média Plus, announced  that production had begun on Transplant,  a new one-hour Canadian television medical drama series. The series premiered on CTV on February 26, 2020. 

EN

Transplant

On June 11th 2019, CTV and NBC Universal International Studios, together with Montréal-based producer Sphère Média Plus, announced  that production had begun on Transplant,  a new one-hour Canadian television medical drama series. The series premiered on CTV on February 26, 2020. 

EN

Transplant

On June 11th 2019, CTV and NBC Universal International Studios, together with Montréal-based producer Sphère Média Plus, announced  that production had begun on

EN

Transplant

On June 11th 2019, CTV and NBC Universal International Studios, together with Montréal-based producer Sphère Média Plus, announced  that production had begun on Transplant,  a new one-hour Canadian television medical drama series. The series premiered on CTV on February 26, 2020. 

EN

Transplant

On June 11th 2019, CTV and NBC Universal International Studios, together with Montréal-based producer Sphère Média Plus, announced  that production had begun on Transplant,  a new one-hour Canadian television medical drama series. The series premiered on CTV on February 26, 2020. 

EN

After Four

A regular teenage section in the Toronto Telegram spawned this half-hour Saturday afternoon series. Its regular hosts were Carole Taylor (later to be one of the first hosts of Canada AM, and later still the Chairman of the CBC) and Johnny F. Bassett, one of three sons of television and then newspaper magnate John F. Bassett. Johnny was responsible for the Telegram features, and successfully brought many elements from the newspaper to the small screen.

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FX The Series

The U.S. theatrical features F/X (1986) and F/X2 (1991) eventually spawned a Canadian made-for-TV sequel movie, titled F/X: The Illusion (1996), which served as the pilot for a one-hour television series that played on CTV and in syndication in the U.S. A U.S./Canada co-production, the F/X stories revolved around a New York movie special effects man who had his own mobile workshop, and who used his skills to help the cops solve difficult cases.

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