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Travel Channel (USA)

2014 | 13 x 30 min 

In Chow MastersHollywood director Frank Coraci (The Wedding Singer, The Waterboy, Blended) and his best friend, Chef Sam DeMarco of Sammy D's fame, hit the road to find the tastiest and most creative comfort food in America.

Discovery (Canada)

2014 | 10 x 60 min 

Cold Water Cowboys follows the action on fishing boats off the coast of Newfoundland through one intense fishing season.

HGTV (Canada) & Discovery (USA)

2014-2015 | 25 x 60 min

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Timber Kings follows the master log smiths at Pioneer Log Homes as they build massive, multi-million dollar log homes under tight deadlines and intense pressure. 

Food Network (Canada) & Food Network (USA)

2014-2015 | 52 x 60 min

It’s chop or be chopped in the high-stakes food competition series Chopped Canada

History (Canada) & Nat Geo (USA)

2013-2015 | 31 x 60 min 

Yukon Gold follows four gold mining crews who have only four short months in Canada’s wild Yukon to earn one BIG payday.

Bob Blumer at Modern Toilet - World's Weirdest Restaurants

Food Network (Canada) & FYI (USA)

2012-2013 | 28 x 30 min

Culinary adventurer Bob Blumer sets out in search of the World's Weirdest Restaurants.

Eat St - Host James Cunningham

Food Network (Canada) & Cooking Channel (USA)

2011-2014 | 94 x 30 min, 1 x 60 min

Eat St. is a lip-smacking celebration of North America's tastiest, messiest, and most irresistible street food.

Host Jill Pollack - Consumed

HGTV (Canada)

2011-2013 | 22 x 60 min

Consumed is an extreme home experiment where de-cluttering expert Jill Pollack challenges overwhelmed families drowning in stuff to survive for 30 days with only the bare essentials.

Dussault Inc 02

The Biography Channel (Canada) & City (Canada)

2011-2012 | 32 x 30 min

Dussault Inc. is an edgy docu-sitcom that follows the busy lives of Canadian celebrity streetwear designer Jason Dussault and his partner Mashiah Vaughn, as they struggle to keep their businesses – and their family – on the rails.

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