SPHERE MEDIA and ECHO MEDIA’S English-Language Adaptation of 19-2 wins (3) prizes at the 2016 CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS
Montréal, March 16 2016
− Starring Adrian Holmes and Jared Keeso,
Bravo’s hit original drama returns Spring 2016 –
− Seasons 1 & 2 streaming now on CraveTV –
Montreal, March 14, 2016 • The 2016 CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS (CSAs) Gala was held in Toronto yesterday, featuring celebrities from the Canadian film and television industry. With twelve nominations in various categories, the Bravo adaptation of the hit French-language series 19-2 was honoured for outstanding achievement in performance, direction and casting. Co-producers SPHÈRE MÉDIA and ÉCHO MÉDIA are pleased to announce wins in the following categories:
Best Dramatic Series
Jocelyn Deschênes, Luc Châtelain, Bruce M. Smith
Virginia Rankin, Jesse McKeown, Greg Phillips, Saralo MacGregor
Best Direction in a Dramatic Series
PODZ (Daniel Grou)
Best Achievement in Casting
Robin D. Cook, Andrea Kenyon, Randi Wells, Marissa Richmond
The Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television’s CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS are presented annually to recognize excellence in film, television and digital media production. The 2016 gala was broadcast live on CBC on Sunday, March 13, 2016 at 8:00 PM. Norm MacDonald (Saturday Night Live) hosted the event.
SEASON 3 OF 19-2, STARRING JARED KEESO AND ADRIAN HOLMES, COMING IN 2016 ON BRAVO
Season 3 sees the return of beat partners Ben Chartier (Jared Keeso) and Nick Barron (Adrian Holmes), as they navigate the blurred lines between Montreal politics and organized crime, while the squad struggles for redemption and healing in the wake of Season 2’s traumatic events, which included a horrific school shooting and the shocking revelation that their beloved sergeant was a pedophile.
Season 3 also introduces new cast members, including Juliette Gosselin (Les Jeunes Loups) as manipulative teenager Martine, who claims to have information on Kaz’s death; Krista Bridges (DURHAM COUNTY) as Inspector Elise Roberge, who has been assigned to wrap up the investigation on Sergeant Houle at Station 19; and Joe Pingue (THE EXPANSE) as Charlie Figo, an old-school mobster who goads Nick into uncharted territory.
Directors: Sturla Gunnarsson, Stefan Pleszczynski and Louis Choquette. Produced by SPHÈRE MÉDIA and ÉCHO MÉDIA.
Season 2 of 19-2 grew its timeslot audience on Bravo (Mondays at 10 p.m. ET) by 54% compared to the previous year, reaching a total of 2.5 million viewers over the course of the season.
Source : SPHÈRE MÉDIA and ÉCHO MÉDIA
Media relations : RuGicomm / Justine A.-Lebrun 514.759.0494 / email@example.com