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  • One of the most compelling things to me about Canadian webseries That’s My DJ is its self-awareness – the show’s arc mirrors the growth of its protagonists with tonally perfect precision. Its first season is energetic and aspirational, yet still lacking true focus; the second embraces carefree irresponsibility while being honest about the emotional consequences […]

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  • Two of my favorite prematurely canceled television shows from the early 2000s are Joan of Arcadia and Dead Like Me. The former is about high schooler Joan Girardi receiving missions from God that seem mundane, but end up having a meaningful impact on both Joan and the people in her life. The latter is about Georgia […]

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  • Allyson Pratt is a gifted Métis actress currently based in Toronto. She possesses an extensive theatre background and has previously attended the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts, earning the Triple Threat Award during her senior year. Appearing in a wide range of television shows, short films, and commercials, she can currently be seen on M.H. Murray’s […]

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  • Carolyn B. Kennedy is a Canadian actress, director, writer, and producer who’s ready to take the world by storm. Inspired to pursue an acting career back in 2011, her first original project was a one-woman web series titled The Bridget Linden Show. Last year, she created Danger Pay, a separate web series where she stars as a paralegal working […]

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  •   An accomplished Toronto-based actress/producer with multiple short films and television appearances to her name, Emily Piggford can most recently be seen in web series That’s My DJ as Meagan, an adventurous event promoter with a complicated love life. We recently caught up with Emily to talk about her career, future projects, and what’s in the […]

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  • That’s My DJ, a vibrant love letter to Toronto’s EDM scene, is a rather cryptic web series at first glance. Like a lot of indie productions, it mostly throws out conventional plot structure in favor of drifting from moment to moment, focusing on subtle performances and stylistic choices. Works like this are often divisive; some […]

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  • Modernized screen adaptations of classic literature are widespread enough to be their very own genre: we see them on the big screen regularly, and they’ve sprung up with even more energy on the Internet. Ever since The Lizzie Bennet Diaries swept onto YouTube back in 2012, many more updates of famous books have sprung up to […]

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