24 Hour Rental

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24 Hour Rental
Genre sitcom, black comedy
Created by Frank MaSSa
Written by Frank MaSSa, Al Kratina
Directed by George Mihalka
Starring Romano Orzari
Aaron Berg
Michael Biehn
Vlasta Vrana
Gavin Crawford
Composer(s) Ian LeFeuvre
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Release
Original network Super Channel
Original release February 18, 2014

24 Hour Rental is a Canadian television sitcom, created by Frank Massa and was originally optioned in 2008, which was finally picked up by the Canadian Super Channel Network In 2012. It premiered on Super Channel in 2014.[1] The series stars Romano Orzari as Tracker, a disgraced former mafia boss now running a 24-hour video rental shop which is really a front for his continued attempts to reestablish his power in the organized crime circuit.[2] The core cast also includes Aaron Berg, Adam Kenneth Wilson, Michael Biehn,[3] Marc Senior, Kate Ross, Leslie Seiler and Gavin Crawford, with supporting performers including Vlasta Vrana, Aidan Devine, Salvatore Antonio, Joe Pingue, Judah Katz and Mike Smith.

The series is filmed in Hamilton, Ontario.[2]

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