Bell Media’s CTV Orders New Half-Hour Original Comedy SATISFACTION
– Ensemble comedy stars Luke MacFarlane, Stephanie Lemelin, Ryan Belleville, Vik Sahay, and Leah Renee –
(L-R) Luke MacFarlane, Ryan Belleville and Stephanie Lemelin in CTV’s SATISFACTION
PASEDENA, CA (January 10, 2013) – Phil King, President, CTV Programming and Sports, announced today from the Television Critics Association tour in Pasadena, CA that CTV has ordered to series the new half-hour Canadian scripted comedy series SATISFACTION, starring Luke MacFarlane (BROTHERS AND SISTERS), Stephanie Lemelin (BONES), Ryan Belleville (THE L.A. COMPLEX), Vik Sahay (CHUCK), and Leah Renee (THE PLAYBOY CLUB). From Halifax’s DHX Media, the ensemble comedy series is written by Tim McAuliffe (UP ALL NIGHT, THE OFFICE) and produced by Michael Donovan (Bowling for Columbine, THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES). CTV has ordered 12 half-hour episodes in addition to the pilot shot last fall in Toronto. The series is set to begin production in late spring.
SATISFACTION takes a humorous look at a group of friends who are completely uninhibited as they share their relationship woes and romantic wins, life crises, and personal ambitions. Dedicated single man Mark (Belleville) hustles the dating scene while his best friends and long-term couple Jason (MacFarlane) and Maggie (Lemelin) work at keeping the sparks flying as they face the day-to-day challenges of being in a committed relationship. Neighbours Nancy (Renee) and Dan (Sahay) have a marriage that proves that, while opposites can definitely attract, it can also deliver some seriously epic volatility.
“From the wild singles scene, to the rewards and worries of a monogamous commitment, SATISFACTION offers a candid and hilarious take on modern romantic relationships from a ‘bromance’ perspective,” said Phil King, President, CTV Programming and Sports. “SATISFACTION complements our lineup of Canada’s most-watched comedies. We look forward to working with the talented actors and creative team behind this hilarious new series.”
I'm already amused by the idea that Scotty will become Jason who's having a relationship with Berklee, Seth's after-Kitty girlfriend.
And, on another level, I have admit that I'm glad that he found "Satisfaction" after all the troubles he had in "Erection". :)
And.... I'm out of here! I've done enough damage. :D