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 sister "summoned" Albert Einstein, Alexander Graham Bell, and Joan of Arc in the first three episodes.

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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