Tag Archives: Brendan Meyer

WEEK: March 3-9, 2014

Sunday, March 9th – Once Upon a Time 3×12 New York City Serenade airs on ABC and CTV. Hook (Colin O’ Donoghue) goes to New York to help Emma (Jennifer Morrison) regain her memories so she can help her fairy-tale friends and family. Christopher Gorham guest stars as Walsh and something wicked — flying monkey. #WickedisComing in the [...]

WEEK: January 13-19, 2014

Sunday, January 19th – Tomorrowland director Brad Bird lands in Paris for quick location scout now that the $200-million-plus Disney movie has wrapped in Vancouver. Sunday, January 19th – CBC’s Rick Mercer Report with Rick Mercer films in Squamish at West Coast Railways. Saturday, January 18th – Fringe binge on the one-year anniversary of the [...]

Big CANADIAN SCREEN AWARD Nominations for MOTIVE & MR. YOUNG

Vancouver’s whydunit crime drama Motive, starring Kristen Lehman and Louis Ferreira, scored a big nomination in the Canadian Screen Awards for Best Drama Series. along with Calgary-shot Blackstone and Toronto-shot Bomb Girls, Flashpoint and breakout phenomenon Orphan Black. Also racking up a big nomination is Mr. Young for Best Youth Series, a year after it wrapped its third and final [...]

WEEK: November 25 – December 1, 2013

Sunday, December 1st – Once Upon a Time 3×09 Save Henry airs on ABC/CTV. After Pan (Robbie Kay) tricks Henry (Jared Gilmore) into sacrificing his heart, Emma (Jennifer Morrison) and the others must stop him from gaining absolute power. And in Storybrooke flashbacks, Regina (Lana Parrilla) approaches Gold (Robert Carlyle) to get his help in adopting Henry.Photos of Regina’s house [...]

TRIBUTE: MR. YOUNG Series Finale Tonight on YTV

Homegrown hit Mr. Young goes out in style tonight with the Finnegan high school gang still in Vietnam but trying to get back home in time for graduation. Will they make it? Of course they will, if their teenage teacher has anything to do with it. YTV has been airing the final five episodes of the [...]

WEEK: November 18-24, 2013

Sunday, November 24th – Witches of East End 1×08 Snake Eyes airs on Lifetime. Wendy (Madchen Amick) and Joanna (Julia Ormond) argue about a secret that Joanna has been keeping; the shifter threatens Freya (Jenna Dewan Tatum); Ingrid (Rachel Boston)is suspicious of Mike. Saturday, November 23rd – Bates Motel wraps filming of its second season [...]

WEEK: November 11-17, 2013

Sunday, November 17th – Almost Human premieres on FOX and Global TV. In the year 2048, a traumatized Los Angeles detective John Kennex (Karl Urban) wakes up from a 17-month coma with a robotic leg  and emotional scars. He returns to the force, skeptical of the mandate that requires human officers to be paired with [...]

WEEK: November 4-10, 2013

Sunday, November 10th – Once Upon a Time 3×07 Dark Hollow airs on ABC /CTV. Flashback to Belle (Emilie de Ravin) when the Jolly Roger gang departs for Neverland to save Henry leaving her in charge of protecting Storybrooke. Then to present day when Ariel (JoAnna Garcia Swisher) is sent from Neverland to Storybrooke to [...]

VIFF: Triple Threat Taylor Hill’s Mockumentary LEAP 4 YOUR LIFE with April Telek

“There will be tears. There will be drama.  And …..jazz hands.” How could a film about teens competing in a community dance competition called Leap 4 Your Life be anything but a mockumentary? Be prepared to laugh at the backstage antics of stage parents with their teen contestant offspring and be awed by the dancing.  April [...]

LEO AWARDS: Sitcom MR. YOUNG vs Drama R.L. STINE’s THE HAUNTING HOUR

Vancouver’s two youth series — sitcom Mr. Young with seven nominations and drama R. L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour with six nominations- competed against each other in most youth categories this weekend. Mr. Young’s three leads Brendan Meyer, Milo Shandel and Gig Morton were up against The Haunting Hour’s Enid-Raye Adams and Juan Riedinger for [...]

LEO AWARDS: Brent Butt & Nancy Robertson Host Leo Awards on June 8th

Published May 29, 2013 on Vancouver is Awesome Hometown comedy couple Brent Butt and Nancy Robertson are set to co-host the 15th anniversary of the Leo Awards, celebrating the best of B.C.-made film and television, at the Westin Bayshore Hotel on Saturday, June 8th. Expect more than the usual hijinks with professional comedians as hosts [...]