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Adam Beach
Bobby Martel
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The Book of Negroes

1 Season
A kidnapped African woman becomes enslaved, and endures harsh conditions in South Carolina, eventually making her way to New York City during the Revolutionary War. In her ongoing quest for freedom she spends time hiding in an isolated part of Nova Scotia, and having to survive in the wild of Sierra Leone. Starring: Aunjanue Ellis, Lyriq Bent, Cuba Gooding Jr. and Louis Gossett Jr.
77   Metascore
2015 TVMA Drama, Other

X Company

3 Seasons
Spy drama about five American, British and Canadian recruits to a World War II espionage school.
2015 TV14 Drama, Action & Adventure, Other

Da Vinci's Inquest

8 Seasons
One of the most successful Canadian drama series of the late 1990s, Da Vinci's Inquest was also one of the CBC's slickest efforts -- not to mention one of the most realistic. Nicholas Campbell starred as Dominic Da Vinci, a former cop who worked as a police coroner in Vancouver. Like Quincy before him, Da Vinci used his official capacity to right wrongs, help those in distress, and in general boldly go where the "regular" cops feared to tread. In this he was assisted by a number of friends, business associates, and family members, who frequently found themselves in jeopardy, obligating the hero to effect a last-minute escape. Compared by some critics to the American TVer Homicide (albeit with a bit more melodrama), the series was created by Chris Haddock, who also wrote many of the 60-minute teleplays. Da Vinci's Inquest began its long and profitable CBC TV run on October 7, 1998.
1998 TVPG Drama, Other

This Is Wonderland

3 Seasons
Drama centered around a young criminal lawyer in Toronto.
2004 TV14 Drama, Other

Emily of New Moon

4 Seasons
Like the various incarnations of Anne of Green Gables, the Canadian TV series Emily of New Moon was based on the works of novelist Lucy Maud Montgomery. Set in the 1890s, the series starred Martha MacIsaac as Emily Byrd Starr, who after the deaths of her parents was sent to live with her middle-aged aunts Elizabeth (Susan Clark) and Laura (Sheila McCarthy) in the Prince Edward Island community of New Moon. An aspiring writer, Emily possessed an extremely vivid imagination, which frequently resulted in a heap of trouble for herself and her oddball adult cousin Jimmy (Stephen McHattie). Forty-six hour-long episodes were shown over the CBC during a two-year period beginning January 4, 1998. At the outset of the 21st century, Emily of New Moon was picked up for TV exposure in the United States by the Movieplex cable service.
1998 TVY7 Drama, Other


16 Seasons
A cash-strapped family farm for distressed horses is the setting for this dramatic series.
42   Metascore
2007 TVPG Drama, Family, Comedy, Other

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