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  1. 1 Girl 5 Gays

    1 Girl 5 Gays (2009)


    1 Girl 5 Gays is a Canadian talk show that premiered on 14 October 2009 on MTV (Canada). In October 2010, Logo picked up the program and started airing it in the United States.

  2. Being Erica

    Being Erica (2009)


    Being Erica is a Canadian television comedy-drama series that first aired on 5 January 2009 on CBC.

  3. The Troop

    The Troop (2009)


    The Troop is an American-Canadian live-action, single camera comedy-adventure television series about a trio of teenagers who fight and capture monsters and other supernatural phenomena that invade the fictional town of Lakewood. Created and executive produced by Max Burnett, Greg Coolidge and Chris Morgan, the series premiered on Nickelodeon on September 18, 2009.

  4. SGU Stargate Universe

    SGU Stargate Universe (2009)


    Stargate Universe (often abbreviated as SGU) is a Canadian-American military science fiction television series and part of MGM's Stargate franchise. It follows the adventures of a present-day, multinational exploration team who is traveling on an Ancient spaceship Destiny many billions of light years distant from the Milky Way Galaxy. They evacuated there and are now trying to figure out a way to return to Earth, while simultaneously trying to explore and to survive in their unknown area of the universe. The series, created by Brad Wright and Robert C. Cooper, premiered in the United States on Syfy on October 2, 2009. The series featured an ensemble cast and was primarily filmed in and around Vancouver, BC, Canada. A second season of 20 episodes was announced by Syfy in December 2009. The first 10 episodes of the second season were aired in the United States beginning on September 28, 2010, and the final 10 were shown beginning on March 7, 2011. Syfy announced on December 16, 2010 that it would not be picking up Stargate Universe for a third season and the Spring 2011 season would be the last to air on its channel.

  5. The Listener

    The Listener (2009)


    The Listener is a Canadian supernatural drama set in Toronto about a young paramedic named Toby Logan (Craig Olejnik) with the ability to listen to people's most intimate thoughts. The series premièred on Fox International Channels beginning with the Arabic-speaking area of northern Africa and south-western Asia on March 1, 2009. The Listener's Canadian début was on June 3, 2009 on CTV and in the U.S. one day later on NBC. NBC removed the show from their broadcast schedule part way through the first season. It was announced on November 17, 2009 that The Listener had been renewed for a 13 episode second season. The second season started Tuesday, February 8, 2011 on CTV, but has since moved to Fridays, then to Saturdays.

  6. Aaron Stone

    Aaron Stone (2009)


    Aaron Stone is a live-action, single-camera adventure series created by Bruce Kalish. Originally broadcast with the launch of Disney XD on February 13, 2009. It was the first original series to air on the network.

  7. Mistresses

    Mistresses (2009)


    Mistresses is a Canadian TV series, based upon the original British show with the same name. It was shelved but was scheduled to be broadcast in January 2009 on Lifetime Television network and stars Holly Marie Combs, Brooke Burns, Rochelle Aytes, Sarah Glendening and Camille Sullivan. The story is based on the original British show which began airing in January 2008 on BBC One. The show is produced by Combs and Lifetime Television and was confirmed to be produced in July 2008. The show was later on not picked up; however, in 2012 it was reported that Alyssa Milano, Combs co-star in the previous hit Charmed, has been cast in ABC’s new drama Mistresses. Milano plays Savannah, a successful married attorney who spends long nights racking up billable hours alongside her attractive law partner. Yunjin Kim, Rochelle Aytes and Jes Macallan round out the show’s other three three leads. K.J. Steinberg from Gossip Girl is the head writer of the show, which is based on a British format.

  8. Overruled!

    Overruled! (2009)


    Overruled! is a Canadian children's television sitcom about high school kids with problems, which are taken to Teen Court, hosted by Judge Tara; the series airs on Family Channel in Canada and Disney Channel in the United Kingdom. It premiered on July 10, 2009 in the United Kingdom and September 13, 2009 in Canada. In Canada, Family Channel premiered the show by airing episodes from the second season first. Then after the thirteenth episode of season 2, the channel ran all 13 episodes of season 1.

  9. How to Be Indie

    How to Be Indie (2009)


    Season two of How to Be Indie premiered on October 11, 2010 on YTV with the episode "How to Be Thankful". The series follows the comical exploits of teenager Indira "Indie" Mehta, her patriotic parents from India, two best friends Abby and Marlon and the numerous daily events which result in Indie being in some sort of trouble.

  10. Defying Gravity

    Defying Gravity (2009)


    Defying Gravity is a multi-nationally produced space travel television science fiction drama series, first aired on August 2, 2009 on ABC and CTV and canceled in the autumn of 2009. Set in the year 2052, the series follows eight astronauts (four women and four men) from four countries on a six-year space mission through the Solar System, during which they are monitored from Earth via a real-time communication system. The series was pitched to networks as "Grey's Anatomy in space". On October 29, 2009 the show's creator James Parriott revealed how the show would have progressed in response to questions in a follow up interview about the show.

  11. Alice

    Alice (2009)


    Alice is a 2009 television miniseries that was originally broadcast on Canadian cable television channel Showcase and an hour later on American cable television channel Syfy. The miniseries is a reimagining of the classic Lewis Carroll stories Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, taking place about 150 years later with science fiction and additional fantasy elements added. The miniseries was produced by Reunion Pictures Inc., the company that is currently producing Continuum, the acclaimed new television series for Showcase in Canada. Reunion Pictures Inc. also produced Tin Man, for SyFy Television, the highly successful 2007 adaptation of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The series is three hours long, split into two parts, which premiered on Sunday, December 6, 2009, and Monday, December 7, 2009, respectively. Writer and director Nick Willing previously directed a 1999 adaptation of the books which followed the story more closely; however, Alice is intended to be a modern interpretation, imagining how Wonderland might have evolved over the last 143 years. The mini-series was partially shot in the Kamloops, B.C., Canada area.

  12. Battle of the Blades

    Battle of the Blades (2009)


    Battle of the Blades is a Canadian figure skating reality show and competition that airs on CBC Television. It is broadcast with a live audience at the historic Maple Leaf Gardens. With Maple Leaf Gardens under renovation however, the show was filmed at Pinewood Toronto Studios in season 2. The venue moved again in season 3 to MasterCard Centre located in Etobicoke, Ontario.

  13. The Ron James Show

    The Ron James Show (2009)


    The Ron James Show is a Canadian television comedy show, which debuted on CBC Television on September 25, 2009.

  14. Wild Roses

    Wild Roses (2009)


    Wild Roses is a Canadian television drama series, which debuted January 6, 2009 on CBC Television. Originally titled Cowgirls, CBC requested the change to Wild Roses after testing the title. The show was officially cancelled by the CBC on April 22, 2009 after only one season. Reruns of the show are seen during the summer, starting June 19, Friday nights at 9:00 (9:30 in Newfoundland) on most CBC Television Stations.

  15. Fanboy and Chum Chum

    Fanboy and Chum Chum (2009)


    Fanboy and Chum Chum is an American CGI animated television series produced by Frederator Studios. It is based on a first episode/short from Frederator's Random! Cartoons called Fanboy. The series was created by Eric Robles and was directed by Brian Sheesley, Jim Schumann, and Russell Calabrese in Season One and Eddie Trigueros, Brandon Kruse, Tom King, and Ken Mitchroney in Season Two. It premiered on November 6, 2009 on Nickelodeon. A sneak peek of the show was shown on October 12, 2009.

  16. Family Biz

    Family Biz (2009)


    Family Biz is a Canadian television show, filmed in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada starring Doug Murray, Ephraim Ellis and Kate Corbett. According to YTV, Muse Entertainment and IMDB, twenty-six episodes have been shot. Created by James Nadler, the show is currently airing on YTV and France 2. The first episode was shown on March 6, 2009 on YTV. The show has been rated "C8+" in Canada.

  17. The Phantom

    The Phantom (2009)


    The Phantom is a 2009 miniseries inspired by Lee Falk's comic strip of the same name, and directed by Paolo Barzman. It first aired on The Movie Network and then on Syfy in June 2010. It stars Ryan Carnes as Kit Walker, the 22nd Phantom, and is produced by RHI Entertainment and Muse Entertainment.

  18. Producing Parker

    Producing Parker (2009)


    Producing Parker is a Canadian animated television sitcom that debuted May 4, 2009 on TVtropolis. Episodes began airing on Global in Fall 2009.

  19. The Assistants

    The Assistants (2009)


    The Assistants is a Canadian sitcom that aired from July 10, 2009 to September 11, 2009. The series is the second original comedy to air on the Nickelodeon channel, The N (now TeenNick) after the series About a Girl.

  20. The Line

    The Line (2008)


    The Line is a Canadian television drama series, which debuted on Movie Central and The Movie Network on March 16, 2009.

  21. Stormworld

    Stormworld (2009)


    Stormworld is an Australian-Canadian television drama series aired on the Nine Network in 2009 in Australia and first aired on Space March 2009 in Canada with a repeat broadcast in August 2009.

  22. Majority Rules!

    Majority Rules! (2009)


    Majority Rules! is a Canadian tween comedy series which first aired on Teletoon in 2009. The series is also dubbed Votez Becky! for the French title. The production company Entertainment One (E1) began filming for the first season on January 12, 2009. The series also airs on Disney Channel in the United States. The show had the distinction of being the first regular program on Teletoon, an animation channel, to be almost exclusively live-action.

  23. Yamaska

    Yamaska (2009)


    Yamaska is a Quebec French language television series on TVA television station. It was created by Anne Boyer and Michel D'Astous and three seasons have been broadcast starting 28 September 2009.

  24. Noonbory and the Super 7

    Noonbory and the Super 7 (2009)


    Noonbory and the Super Seven (눈보리 in Korean; which roughly translates to "Nunbori" in English) is an animated television series produced by Cookie Jar Entertainment. The pilot episode aired on KEWLopolis on CBS on August 15, 2009. It premiered on Cookie Jar TV on CBS on September 19, 2009. The first "o" on the "Noonbory and the Super 7" title is edited to look like Noonbory's face - suggesting that he is the leader of the "Super Bory" pack. This show has a narrator that enhances the educational aspect of the show - similar to the Curious George and Madeline cartoons. All episodes of this show are rated TV-Y and C. Despite the superhero nature of this show, any violence shown is completely slapstick and is not considered to be fantasy violence approaching the level of TV-Y7 (C8) rated television shows. Educational concepts taught in the show includes basic science components, teamwork, social skills, and memory.

  25. Spliced

    Spliced (2009)


    Spliced is a Canadian animated television series produced by Teletoon and Nelvana. The series made its world premiere on Jetix in Latin America on April 20, 2009. The series currently airs in Canada on Teletoon, in the United States on qubo, in Australia on ABC3, in the United Kingdom on Nicktoons, in Latin America on Disney XD, and in Sweden on Nickelodeon. The series began airing in the United States on qubo on September 19, 2009 until the network dropped it from its lineup on October 24, 2009 but returned on September 28, 2010 as part of its "Night Owl" block.

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