Madison (TV series)
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||5|
|No. of episodes||65|
|Original channel||Global Television Network|
|Original run||September 21, 1993– 1998|
Madison is a Canadian television teen drama series produced by Forefront Entertainment Group in Vancouver and broadcast in 88 countries worldwide. After first run of 65 episodes on Global TV Network 1993 - 1998, it continued to air on Showcase and YTV in Canada 1998 - 2002. Madison was a hard-hitting teen drama of 30 minute episodes. The series tackled teens' serious life crises with realistic resolutions. The series was created originally for classrooms as a learning aid under the title of "Working It Out at Madison", but networks fell in love with its gritty story lines and impressive acting. The producers were nominated for Best Dramatic Series at Canada's Gemini Awards for outstanding television in 1995, 96 and 1997.
Executive Producers - Forefront Entertainment Group: Helena Cynamon, Gillian Lindsay, Teri McArter and Mickey Rogers
Madison is a Canadian teen drama television series that premiered on Global Television Network on September 21, 1993. The first season of the series was filmed between 1991 and 1993 and released in 1992 and 1993 to classrooms as a learning aid under the title of Working It Out at Madison.
- Michelle Beaudoin as Penny Foster (1994–1995; eps. 14-39)
- Will Sasso as Derek Wakaluk (1994–1998; eps. 14-65)
- Jonathan Scarfe as R.J. Winslow (1994–1995; eps. 14-39)
- Peter Stebbings as Kevin Sharpe (1994–1998; eps. 14-65)
- Stacy Grant as Tia Winslow (1994–1995; eps. 14-39) (1997; eps. 53-65)
- Chris William Martin as Jamie Novak (1994–1998; eps. 14-65)
- Sarah Strange as Carol Lemieux (1994–1998; eps. 14-65)
- Chad Willett as Tom Connor (1994–1995; eps. 14-39)
- Joely Collins as Rachael Langston (1994–1998; eps. 14-65)
- Enuka Okuma as Sheri Davis (1994–1998; eps. 14-65)
- Barry Pepper as Mick Farleigh
- "From Hill Street to Broadway : Despite raw content, Bochco series a first-rate drama". The Kitchener-Waterloo Record. September 21, 1993. pp. D.7.
- Peter Kenter, Martin Levin (2001). TV North: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Canadian Television (illustrated ed.). Whitecap. p. 101. ISBN 978-1-55285-146-3. Retrieved December 24, 2009.