Bellevue (TV series)
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||8 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Distributor||Muse Distribution International|
|Original network||CBC Television|
|Picture format||HDTV 720p|
|Original release||February 20 –|
April 10, 2017
Bellevue is a Canadian television crime drama series, it premiered on CBC Television on February 20, 2017. Created by Jane Maggs and Adrienne Mitchell, the series stars Anna Paquin as Annie Ryder, a police officer investigating the disappearance of a transgender teen while also dealing with the return of a mysterious person from her past.
On May 24, 2017 it was announced that the series had been canceled by CBC, whereas a second season is in development, according to executive producer Adrienne Mitchell, but "production of a follow-up season is currently not moving forward."
- Anna Paquin as Annie Ryder, a detective who is investigating the disappearance and later murder of Jesse Sweetland
- Shawn Doyle as Peter Welland, Police Chief of Bellevue
- Billy MacLellan as Brady Holt, a detective
- Sharon Taylor as Virginia Panamick, a detective of First Nations heritage
- Patrick Labbé as Clarence Ryder, Annie's deceased father, a police detective who committed suicide when Annie was eight years old / Adam, Annie's brother
- Vincent Leclerc as Tom Edmonds, the coach of the junior hockey team
- Janine Theriault as Mayor Lily "Mother" Mansfield
- Victoria Sanchez as Maggie Sweetland, Jesse Sweetland's mother
- Joe Cobden as Father Jameson
- Allen Leech as Eddie Rowe, an unemployed miner and Annie's on and off again boyfriend and father of Daisy
- Madison Ferguson as Daisy Ryder, Annie and Eddie's daughter
- Emelia Hellman as Bethany Mansfield, Mayor Mansfield's daughter
- Robert Naylor as Jacob Cowan, Bethany's boyfriend who is on Jesse's hockey team
- Sadie O'Neil as Jesse Sweetland, a hockey player who is a transgender teen, later found dead by Annie
- Cameron Roberts as Danny Debessage, Jesse's boyfriend
- Amber Goldfarb as Briana Holt, Brady's sister
- Patricia Summersett as Nikki Ryder, Annie's mother
- Andreas Apergis as Neil Driver, Sandy Driver's father
- Raphael Grosz-Harvey as Sid Oak
- Hebree Ahrys Larratt as 7–8 year old Annie
- Angela Magri as Sandy Driver, a teen who was murdered, Annie's father investigated her murder
- Susan Bain as Bev, a clerk in the police department
- Ryan Doherty as Max Bennett, a hockey player who is on Jesse's team
- Patrick Abellard as Jim
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||"Pilot"||Adrienne Mitchell||Jane Maggs||February 20, 2017||101|
|2||"He's Back"||Adrienne Mitchell||Jane Maggs||February 27, 2017||102|
|3||"The Guy with Fire in His Eyes"||April Mullen||Jane Maggs||March 6, 2017||103|
|4||"Hello Little Light"||April Mullen||Jane Maggs||March 13, 2017||104|
|5||"How Do I Remember?"||Kim Nguyen||Jane Maggs & Thomas Pound||March 20, 2017||105|
|6||"The Problem with the Truth"||Kim Nguyen||Waneta Storms||March 27, 2017||106|
|7||"The Man Behind the Curtain"||Adrienne Mitchell||Morwyn Brebner||April 3, 2017||107|
|8||"You Don't Understand Me at All"||Adrienne Mitchell||Jane Maggs||April 10, 2017||108|
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