Project Runway Canada

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Project Runway Canada
ProjectRunwayCanada.jpg
Logo of Project Runway Canada
Format Reality television
Country of origin Canada
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 23
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Slice (2007)
Global (2009)
Original run October 8, 2007 – April 14, 2009
External links
Website

Project Runway Canada is a Gemini Award-winning[1] Canadian television adaptation of the American reality television series Project Runway, which debuted on the Slice network on October 8, 2007. The second season aired on Global.[2] The series' host is fashion model Iman, while Canadian designer Brian Bailey acts as the contestants' mentor. The series was canceled over one year after the second season finale.[3]

Format[edit]

Project Runway Canada uses the same format as the U.S. version of Project Runway that aired for five seasons on the Bravo network and is currently airing in the Lifetime network.

Season 1[edit]

This was the debut season of Project Runway and aired from October 8, 2007 to December 12, 2007 on the Slice network. Ratings were amazing for the newly branded network and the show won a Gemini Award. The winner of the season was Evan Biddell who won $100,000 to start a line, a portfolio photo shoot with L'Oreal Paris and a spread with Elle Canada magazine featuring the winning model, Ashley Heart.

Season 2[edit]

Season 2 aired on Global. The winner of the season was Sunny Fong, winning the cover and a feature spread in ELLE Canada with winning model Victoria, a professional portfolio photo shoot courtesy of L'Oréal Paris, a 'Runway to Retail' business mentorship with Winners, and $100,000 to start his own fashion line.

Judges[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ GeminiAwards.ca. "Best Reality Program or Series". 
  2. ^ "The all-new season of "Project Runway Canada" is coming to Global, winter 2009.". Canada.com. Retrieved 2008-05-15. 
  3. ^ Dowling, Amber. ‘Project Runway Canada’ done. TV Guide Canada. May 28, 2010. Retrieved August 6, 2010.

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