renegadepress.com

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renegadepress.com
Format Teen drama
Created by Virginia Thompson
Robert de Lint
Starring Bronson Pelletier
Ksenia Solo
Ishan Dave
Shawn Erker
Rachel Colwell
Ingrid Nilson
Country of origin Canada
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 52
Production
Running time 22 mins (approx)
Production company(s) Knowledge Network
TFO
SCN
Global Television
Renegade Press Productions IV Inc.
Vérité Films
APTN Original Series
Distributor Filmoption International
Broadcast
Original channel APTN
Original run 2004 – 2008

renegadepress.com is a Canadian teen drama television series, produced by Vérité Films for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network.

Plot[edit]

The storyline is based around the lives of a group of teenagers running an e-zine, in which they write based around their daily experiences. The main characters are Zoey (Ksenia Solo), an average upper middle-class girl who thinks of herself as a bit of a nerd, and Jack (Bronson Pelletier), a boy of First Nations origin. The series deals with teenage topics, including relationships, sex and drugs. Every season, two to three new characters are introduced, who join in writing the e-zine. These characters are usually added to explore new areas of teen life and problems.

The show is no longer in production, although reruns continue to air on APTN. In 2008, the Global Television Network also began airing the show's first season. TFO, the French language educational broadcaster in Ontario, has also aired a French dubbed version of the program. In 2012, renegadepress.com made its American debut on the Starz channel Starz Kids & Family.

Cast[edit]

The show's cast also includes Ishan Davé as Sandi, Shawn Erker as Oscar, Rachel Colwell as Crystal, Ingrid Nilson as Patti, Magda Apanowicz as Alex, Nolan Gerard Funk as Ben, Ephraim Ellis as Dylan, Katlin Long-Wright as Heath and Matthew Strongeagle as Michael. Wendy Anderson and David Neale appear as Zoey's parents, and Lorne Cardinal appears as Jack and Crystal's father (Wayne Sinclair). Curtis Lum appears as Connor, and Nikki Elek as Suzie in season 5.

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