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Sensitive Skin
HBO Canada,

2014

| Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

This bittersweet half-hour series is the story of Davina, a woman of a certain age and her long-time husband Al attempting to change their lives. The couple have sold their comfortable family home and moved downtown to an ultra-modern condo, in a conscious effort to keep relevant, and begin again. Unfortunately, that's exactly what happens.


Hip Hop Evolution
HBO Canada,

2016

| Documentary, Mini-Series
Rating: 5/5

HIP-HOP EVOLUTION travels back to 1970s Bronx and Harlem, unveiling how hip-hop evolved from its beginnings as a New York house-party experiment, to the global phenomenon it is today, and more importantly, how it created a voice for the disenfranchised. Acclaimed Canadian MC and media personality Shad Kabango guides viewers through the evolution of the genre, travelling through NYC's boroughs to speak with hip-hop's originators and biggest stars. The power-house documentary features interviews with the musical legends and pioneers that started it all.


Funny as Hell

Featuring bold, uncensored comedy from some of today's fastest rising comedy stars, this show is what you've come to expect from Just For Laughs only it's brand new, a lot cooler and has dirty words.


Less Than Kind

Less Than Kind is a smart, edgy, dysfunctional half hour comedy that follows 15 year old Sheldon as he tries to manage his teenage years while being too Jewish, too fat and too smart to be related to his family who struggle to keep their business running alongside cars crashing, hearts breaking, buildings burning and corned beef.


The Yard

In the six-part, half-hour miniseries viewers are taken inside a schoolyard by an unseen documentarian who records students' behavior during recess.


Good Dog

Award-winning writer and producer Ken Finkleman (The Newsroom) returns to television in Good Dog, his highly anticipated new comedy. Starring Finkleman and Lauren Lee Smith (CSI; The L Word), the sharply ironic series focuses on the life of George, a self-absorbed, neurotic TV producer. After hooking up with Claire, a gorgeous model half his age, George negotiates his new reality dating a younger woman by pitching a reality show about his high concept, highly coveted, seriously volatile life. But when network executives insist that Claire move into his house, George is forced to escalate the relationship and consequently, his fears of commitment. When the pitch and his life go sideways, he frets, vents and reevaluates by soliciting questionable advice from his best friend Doug.


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