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CSA: MOTIVE’s Kristin Lehman & Louis Ferreira Up for Lead Performances & BLOOD AND WATER for Best Drama at CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS

Update: Orphan Black’s Tatiana Maslany and 19-2’s Adrian Holmes win for Best Lead Performances. Orphan Black wins for Best Drama series. Tonight is the Canadian Screen Awards televised gala hosted by Howie Mandel. It’s mostly a Toronto affair but Kristin

TONIGHT: Vancouver Whydunit MOTIVE’s Victim Stunt Fall for Season 3 Finale

So that weighted dummy crashing through a windshield on Homer Street last February was Vancouver whydunit Motive’s season three finale Victim Maria Snow (Luisa D’Oliveria). And her boss, wealthy industrialist Neville  Montgomery(Victor Garber), is her Killer. What’s his motive? And

TONIGHT: What did Vancouver Whydunit MOTIVE Do to Angie’s Oldsmobile Hurst At The End of Season 3?

What did Vancouver whydunit Motive do to its signature car — detective Angie Flynn’s [1984 Oldsmobile Hurst]? Bad guys firebombed it in the  penultimate episode of season 3 last Sunday. Tonight’s season finale has detectives Angie (Kristin Lehman) and Vega

LEO AWARDS: Vancouver Whydunit MOTIVE & American Scarlet Speedster THE FLASH Lead Dramatic Series Nominations

This year’s Leo Awards — honouring the best of BC-made film and television — boasts six nominees in the Best Dramatic Series category: CTV’s Vancouver whydunit Motive leads with 21 nominations; The CW’s breakout super hero hit The Flash has 8

TONIGHT: Vancouver Whydunit MOTIVE Season 3 Premiere with Kristin Lehman & Louis Ferreira on CTV

Back together again in season three. Vancouver’s own whydunit crime drama Motive premieres season three on CTV tonight with the return of  Detective Angie Flynn (Kristin Lehman). She left the Homicide team at the end of last season after her

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

LEO AWARDS: MOTIVE’s Kristin Lehman & Brendan Penny at Leos Gala

Vancouver whydunit crime drama Motive came into the Leos with twelve nominations for its inaugural season, but the Leo for Best Dramatic Series went to our other big Vancouver show Continuum. Motive had a strong showing for its performances though. Leads Kristin Lehman

WEEK: May 19-25, 2014

Sunday, May 25th – Continuum 3×09 Minute of Silence airs on Showcase. Kiera (Rachel Nichols), without much help from Carlos (Victor Webster), pursues a group of brilliant students who use cutting-edge technology to commit crimes; at the same time, she’s pursued

RENEWED: CTV Orders Third Season of Vancouver Whydunit MOTIVE

The Murder is Just the Beginning. It’s no surprise that CTV ordered a third season of Motive this week. The hit procedural-with-a-twist is unusual for two reasons: Vancouver plays itself not somewhere else and Motive is a whydunit not a whodunit.

WEEK: April 21-27, 2014

Sunday, April 27th – Once Upon a Time 3×19 A Curious Thing airs on ABC and CTV. Zelena/Wicked Witch (Rebecca Mader) threatens Henry (Jared Gilmore)’s life if Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) doesn’t kiss Emma (Jennifer Morrison) which would drain her magical powers.

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