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|Created by||Victor Lucas|
|Developed by||Greedy Productions Ltd.|
|Written by||Victor Lucas
|Directed by||Victor Lucas|
|Presented by||Victor Lucas
Scott C. Jones
|Theme music composer||Paul Ruskay|
|Composer(s)||Audio Network (music)|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||20|
|Executive producer(s)||Victor Lucas|
|Editor(s)||Jordan Taylor (Lead)|
|Location(s)||Vancouver, British Columbia
San Francisco, California
Los Angeles, California
|Production company(s)||Greedy Productions Ltd.|
|Distributor||Greedy Productions Ltd.
|Original channel||G4 Canada
|First shown in||September 1, 1997|
|Original run||September 1, 1997 – present|
|Related shows||Reviews on the Run
EP Daily (formerly The Electric Playground) is a daily news television show that covers movies, TV shows, comic books, collectibles and gadgets. Created and executive produced by host Victor Lucas, and his Vancouver, British Columbia production company Greedy Productions Ltd, EP Daily has been a staple on airwaves since its debut in September 1997.
The show features previews of upcoming videogames, videogame industry news, and interviews with celebrity gamers and people in the videogame industry; as well as segments that look at the latest toys, games, comics, and gadgets. EP’s hosts travel the world bringing viewers behind the scenes of the global game business to meet the planet’s most respected videogame creators. The show features daily coverage from Vancouver, Toronto, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
|America||The Science Channel (2000-2002), G4TV (2002-2006), Syndication (2010-present), Youtoo TV (2012-present)||Started airing weekly episodes in September 2011,a daily version launched on select stations on September 3, 2012.|||
|Canada||G4 Canada, City, Space, Razer, A Channel, OMNI 1||Aired only once on OMNI 1|
EP Daily airs on G4 Canada and Citytv. The show had previously been aired in Canada on Space, Razer, A Channel, and OMNI.1, and in the United States on The Science Channel and G4. The show's website, elecplay.com, was launched in 1995.
In 2002, the reviews segment of the show, "Reviews on the Run", was spun off into its own show. It was known as Judgment Day in the United States and Reviews on the Run in Canada. The final airing of Judgment Day on G4 was in December 2005. In 2010 "Reviews on the Run" was expanded out to a daily format. The show's website is reviewsontherun.com. 
On December 31, 2006, Lucas announced on the EP Daily forums that Greedy Productions had canceled its contract with CHUM television, which had broadcast Electric Playground and Reviews on the Run on SPACE and A-Channel, and signed a two year exclusive deal with Rogers Communications, to broadcast the shows on G4 Canada and then additionally on other Rogers owned TV stations. The Electric Playground aired only once on OMNI.1, on September 3, 2007.
On December 15, 2007, the series premiered on Citytv Toronto and Citytv Vancouver, airing episodes that had aired on G4 Canada. Greedy Productions Ltd. currently has a multi-year contract with Rogers Media for its television program Electric Playground.
Since December 1, 2010, EP Daily airs every weeknight at 8pm on SCI FI Channel Australia.
In September 2010, the show returned to America on ABC stations in select cities in the United States. It featured two specials that aired on Sunday, January 16, 2011: "Everythings Cool Awards" and "Cool Things For 2011". Weekly episodes began airing in September 2011. Each episode is an hour split into two parts, either airing back to back or at separate times, depending on the station that's airing the show. Daily episodes began airing on select stations on September 3, 2012. It is also currently airing on Youtoo TV.
The show was known as The Electric Playground until July 2012, at which point the name was changed to EP Daily.
- Scifitv.com.au. The Electric Playground Coming To SCI FI Dec 1
- hollywoodreporter.com. PPI, Greedy Prods. Launching 'Electric Playground' on ABC Stations