Mentors (TV series)

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Mentors
Created by Josh Miller
Starring Chad Krowchuk
Sarah Lind
Shaun Johnston
Belinda Metz
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 52
Broadcast
Original run 12 June 1999 – 5 April 2002

Mentors was a 30-minute Canadian fantasy series that aired on Canada's Family Channel.[1] It was broadcast on Discovery Kids in the United States and Latin American.

Plot[edit]

It was about a boy genius who uses his computer to bring famous historical figures from the past into the present.[2] As an example, he and his girlfriend "summoned" Albert Einstein, Alexander Graham Bell, and Joan of Arc in the first three episodes. Eventually the boy hands the machine over to his two cousins who bring forward figures such as Confucius and Vlad the Impaler.

Series Overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 13 June 12, 1999 (1999-06-12) March 26, 2000 (2000-03-26)
2 13 January 20, 1999 (1999-01-20) November 10, 2001 (2001-11-10)
3 13 March 3, 2003 (2003-03-03) 2001 (2001)
4 13 2002 (2002) April 5, 2002 (2002-04-05)

Episode list[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Episode # Title Original air date
1 "The Genius" 12 June 1999
2 "Smart Aleck" 19 June 1999
3 "Raising the Siege" 26 June 1999
4 "Lewis in Wonderland" 3 July 1999
5 "Little Emperor" 10 July 1999
6 "Wilde Card" 17 July 1999
7 "A Ninth of Beethoven" 1998
8 "A Transient, Shining Trouble" 1999
9 "The Presence of Saint Nick" 6 February 2000
10 "The Raven" 5 March 2000
11 "Harriet's Path" 12 March 2000
12 "The Crush" 19 March 2000
13 "The Rescue" 26 March 2000

Season 2[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate
1 "The Truth Is in Here" 20 January 1999
2 "Her Grace Under Pressure" 25 August 2001
3 "Dear Diary" 2 September 2001
4 "The Glory Trail" November 2001
5 "Right Place, Right Time" 15 September 2001
6 "Nothing But Net" 22 September 2001
7 "Father's Day" 29 September 2001
8 "The Book of Love" 6 October 2001
9 "Stranger in a Strange Land" 13 October 2001
10 "The Fire Ship" 20 October 2001
11 "Klondike Daze" 27 October 2001
12 "Seer and Now" 3 November 2001
13 "Future Tense" 10 November 2001

Season 3[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate
1 "The Good, the Bad and the Ollie" 3 March 2003
2 "The Odd Pod" 2001
3 "Man's Best Friend" 3 May 2001
4 "Citizen Cates" 2001
5 "Experience" 2001
6 "Silent Movie" 11 March 2001
7 "Such Stuff as Dreams Are Made Of" 2001
8 "Work in Progress" 2001
9 "Nothing to Fear" 2001
10 "Anything You Can Do" 28 June 2001
11 "Remembrance Day" 19 March 2001
12 "The Tao of Hockey" 2001
13 "Homesick" 2001

Season 4[edit]

Episode # Title Original airdate
1 "Enter the Monolith" 2002
2 "The Private Eyes" 2002
3 "Humbug" 2002
4 "The Other Half" 2002
5 "Transition" 2002
6 "Breakthrough" 23 March 2002
7 "Future Forward" 24 March 2002
8 "Dusty Trails" 25 March 2002
9 "Cursed" 29 March 2002
10 "Once and Future King" 2002
11 "Secrets and Lies" 31 March 2002
12 "A Matter of Time: Part 1" 2002
13 "A Matter of Time: Part 2 ( series finale)" 5 April 2002

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mentors III". Telefilm Canada. 2001. Retrieved 2011-07-18. 
  2. ^ Decker, Shelly (1999-06-18). "Mentors set to begin shooting". CANOE. Retrieved 2011-07-18. 

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