Tag Archives: Lexa Doig

SEASON 2: THE ARRANGEMENT Stages Hollywood Premiere in Hollywood North for Kyle West (Josh Henderson)

Josh Henderson and Christine Evangelista as Hollywood actors Kyle West and Megan Morrison. The Arrangement staged a Hollywood premiere in Hollywood North last night. Passersby in downtown Vancouver did a double take at the red-carpet scene on Seymour Street. Especially after production closed down the block outisde the Orpheum Theatre and filled it with background actors [...]

START: Season 2 of THE ARRANGEMENT With Josh Henderson and Christine Evangelista Starts Filming in Vancouver

Hollywood’s version of a Cinderella story The Arrangement starts filming season 2 in Vancouver today, beginning on sound stages in North Shore Studios. What’s it about? Young actress Megan Morrison (Christine Evangelista) auditions for the female lead opposite big star Kyle West (Josh Henderson) in a summer blockbuster. She doesn’t realize she’s auditioning for something [...]

VIFF INDUSTRY: CONTINUUM’s ContinuDuumb & Duumber Gag Reel Starring Victor Webster

VIFF Industry Conference: Genre Smash! sponsored by ACFC West, Local 2020 Unifor from VIFF on Vimeo. Fast forward to 5:50 for Continuduumb & Duumber. If Continuum hadn’t been renewed for its fourth and final season, I’d have lobbied for a comedy spinoff based on the hilarious and lewd gag reel — Continuduumb & Duumber — [...]

LEO AWARDS: Gala Night With Hosts Zak Santiago, Pascale Hutton & Christopher Heyerdahl

Published June 5, 2014 on Vancouver is Awesome. What a difference a year makes in the BC Film industry. 2013 got off to such a dismal start that it spawned a mood of doom and the Save BC Film movement or as the Leo Awards Gala hosts Zak Santiago, Pascale Hutton and Christopher Heyerdahl put [...]

LEO AWARDS: Leo-palooza of Nominations for Vancouver’s Own CONTINUUM & MOTIVE

Our own Leo Awards, celebrating the best of BC-made television and film, is shaping up to be quite the homegrown affair. The second season of Vancouver-cop-from-the-future series Continuum earned 21 nominations in television while the first season of Vancouver-whydunit-crime-drama Motive picked up 12 nominations. Sadly, our other big local but set in Yellowknife series Arctic [...]

WEEK: April 7-13, 2014

Sunday, April 13th – Once Upon a Time 3×17 The Jolly Roger airs on ABC and CTV.  Ariel (JoAnna Garcia Swisher)  begs Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) to help her find Prince Eric; Regina (Lana Parrilla) teaches Emma (Jennifer Morrison) how to use magic. The Charmings (Josh Dallas & Ginnifer Goodwin) try to show Henry (Jared Gilmore) that they’re fun. [...]

SHOOT: CONTINUUM’s Roger Cross & Lexa Doig of Liber8 in Oceanic Plaza

Continuum’s on-and-off-again Liber8 couple Travis (Roger Cross) and Sonya (Lexa Doig) sat together on a bench today outside the “Future Home of SadTech Corporation”. They looked serious and sober in contrast to the actors who must have been filming their last scene of season 3 together, judging from the hugs and claps as Continuum crew wrapped [...]

LEO AWARDS: ARCTIC AIR Contingent Owns Red Carpet – Updated

Arctic Air star Adam Beach missed the red carpet coming from the airport and went straight into the Westin Bayhore Hotel but he may have been the only one. The Vancouver-and-Yellowknife-filmed CBC aerial adventure series owned the long media gauntlet for a good half-hour or more with nominated leads Pascale Hutton and Kevin McNulty, nominated [...]

LEO AWARDS: CONTINUUM Wins Best Dramatic Series & Six Other Leos

Vancouver-cop-from-the-future series Continuum came away the big winner at the Leo Awards last night. Creator and showrunner Simon Barry was scheduled to do red carpet interviews but by the time he began the media gauntlet the event had dissolved into happy chaos and was cut short so that the gala ceremony could wrap before midnight. [...]

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 [...]


Last night’s Leo Awards nominations, celebrating the best of B.C.-made film and television, favour Jesse James Miller’s 70s-era coming-of-age film Becoming Redwood, Vancouver-cop-from-the-future TV series Continuum and northern adventure TV series Arctic Air. The many tweets of congratulations to all the nominees today are a great way to recognize B.C.’s creative talent ahead of tomorrow’s provincial election. So [...]