Cold Squad

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Cold Squad
Cold Squad.jpg
Genre
Created by
  • Matt MacLeod
  • Philip Keatley
  • Julia Keatley
Starring
Theme music composer
  • Claire Lawrence
    (Seasons 1, 2)
  • Terry Frewer
    (Seasons 1, 2)
  • Graeme Coleman
    (Seasons 3, 4)
  • James Jandrisch
    (Seasons 5, 6, 7)
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 7
No. of episodes 98
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Matt MacLeod
  • Julia Keatley
  • Anne Marie La Traverse
  • Seaton McLean
  • Peter Mitchell
  • Steve Ord
  • Marlene Matthews
  • Suzanne Chapman
  • R.B. Carney
Producer(s)
  • Philip Keatley
  • Gigi Boyd
  • Gary Harvey
  • David Cole
  • Richard Davis
Location(s) Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Running time 43 minutes
Production company(s) Keatley MacLeod Productions
Alliance Atlantis
Distributor Keatley MacLeod Productions
Alliance Atlantis
Release
Original network CTV
Original release January 23, 1998 (1998 -01-23) – June 4, 2005 (2005-06-04)
External links
Website

Cold Squad is a Canadian police procedural television series that premiered on CTV on January 23, 1998, and ran for seven seasons. Led by Sergeant Ali McCormick (Julie Stewart), a team of detectives from the Vancouver Police Department Homicide Division investigate and solve cold cases (the titular "Cold Squad"), with assistance from forensic pathologists and psychologists. The series was created by Matt MacLeod, Philip Keatley and Julia Keatley, and produced by Keatley MacLeod Productions and Alliance Atlantis in association with CTV Television Network, with the participation of the Canadian Television Fund (Canada Media Fund).[1] Cold Squad became the longest-running prime time drama series on Canadian television.[2]

The cast of Cold Squad was diverse and changing. Except for Julie Stewart, almost the entire cast was replaced between the second and third seasons[3] (although Michael Hogan, who played main character Det. Tony Logozzo in Seasons 1 and 2, appears in the third season two-part opener episode "Deadly Games"). Along with a significant revamp of the title sequence, revisions of theme music (Seasons 1–2, 3–4, 5–7), new sets, and McCormick's hair colour change from auburn to dirty-blonde, these changes contributed to a considerable reworking of the series. The only character to appear in all seven seasons was Sgt. Ali McCormick.

When American television series Cold Case premiered in 2003, the show's similarities to Cold Squad (including a tough female cop with dirty blonde hair leading a team investigating cold cases) led series creators Keatley and MacLeod to retain an intellectual property attorney to look into the situation.[4] CTV took advantage of the resemblance and broadcast both shows on the same night during prime time, promoting the program schedule as a crime theme night.[5]

Cast and characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]

  • Julie Stewart as Sgt. Ali McCormick
  • Michael Hogan as Det. Tony Logozzo (seasons 1–3)
  • Joy Tanner as Jill Stone (seasons 1–2)
  • Paul Boretski as Det. Nick Gallagher (seasons 1–2)
  • Jerry Wasserman as Insp. Vince Schneider (seasons 1–2)
  • Hiro Kanagawa as Det. James Kai (seasons 1–2)
  • Jay Brazeau as Sam Fisher (season 1–4)
  • Paul Coeur as Sgt. Lloyd Mastrowski (seasons 1–2)
  • Eli Gabay as Det. Larry Iredell (season 1)
  • Linda Ko as Christine Liu (seasons 1–2)
  • Bob Frazer as Det. Eddie Carson (season 2)
  • Lori Triolo as Det. Jackie Cortez (season 2)
  • Peter Wingfield as Insp. Simon Ross (seasons 2–3)
  • Tamara Craig Thomas as Detective Mickey Kollander (seasons 3–6)
  • Gregory Calpakis as Det. Nicco Sevallis (seasons 3–6)
  • Stephen McHattie as Sgt. Frank Coscarella (seasons 3–4)
  • Richard Ian Cox as Manny Needlebaum (season 3)
  • Sharon Alexander as Bernice Boyle (season 3)
  • Allan Lysell as Detective Bill Overmyer (season 3)
  • Garry Chalk as Insp. Andrew Pawlachuk (seasons 3–7)
  • Joely Collins as Christine Wren (seasons 4–7)
  • Matthew Bennett as Det. Len Harper (seasons 4–7)
  • Sonja Bennett as Det. Samantha Walters (season 7)
  • Tahmoh Penikett as Constable Ray Chase (season 7)

Recurring cast[edit]

  • Tasha Simms as Deputy Chief Malcolm (seasons 1, 2)
  • Stacy Grant as Leanne Walker (seasons 1, 3, 6)
  • Keith Martin Gordey as Judge Foster (seasons 2, 4)
  • Timothy Webber as Desmond Cage (seasons 2, 5)
  • Lisa Houle as Rachel Sherman (seasons 3, 4)
  • David Palffy as Bailey Gallanson (seasons 3, 4)
  • Michael David Simms as Sgt. Casey (seasons 3, 4, 5)
  • Jill Teed as Laura (seasons 4, 5)
  • Kate Logie as Vanessa (seasons 4, 5)
  • Craig Warkentin as Vito (seasons 4, 5)
  • Laurie Murdoch as Chief Perkins (seasons 4, 6)
  • Lawrence Ricketts as Hank Johnson (seasons 4, 6)
  • Crystal Bublé as Billie (seasons 5, 6)
  • Bryan Genesse as Dan (seasons 5, 6)
  • Brenda James as Sonia Parker (season 6)
  • Adrian Holmes as Dr. Ben Wilson (seasons 6, 7)
  • Chilton Crane as Wanda Harper (seasons 6, 7)
  • Michael Rogers as Chief Wilcox (seasons 6, 7)
  • JR Bourne as Paul Deeds (season 7)

Development and production[edit]

Broadcast[edit]

Cold Squad premiered in French Canada on Séries+ as Brigade spéciale,[6][7] on January 23, 1998.

Due to CTV's sporadic scheduling of the final season, the last episodes of the series initially premiered in their French-dubbed versions on Séries+ in 2004, long before the English versions of those episodes eventually aired on CTV in the Spring of 2005 as part of a "crime time" block on Saturday nights.

In 2005, Program Partners/Sony Pictures Television announced that it had acquired the U.S. syndication rights and began airing the show in the United States beginning in September 2006. Cold Squad aired on Sleuth in the U.S. in 2009, followed by broadcast on digital television networks. It began airing on Retro TV in 2011.[8]

Within Canada, reruns of Cold Squad were seen intermittently on Mystery TV.

Home media and digital distribution[edit]

Alliance Atlantis released the DVD of Season 1 for Region 1 in Canada only, on September 2, 2003.[9] It became available in the United States in 2009.[10] The Region 2 DVD of Season 1 was released in the Netherlands (English audio with Dutch subtitles) by Just Entertainment Bv on March 20, 2012.[11] It became available in the United Kingdom as an import.[12]

The Season 2 DVD for Region 2 was released in the Netherlands (English audio with Dutch subtitles) by Just Entertainment Bv on June 19, 2012.[13] It was made available in the United Kingdom as an import.[14]

Digital distribution of the complete series was made available in the U.S. on Hulu as video on demand (VOD) in December 2012.[15] Amazon Video added Season 1 to its library in 2015.[16]

Reception[edit]

In a final season interview with Julie Stewart, media and television columnist Bill Brioux wrote: "Cold Squad has consistently been one of the top-rated Canadian-produced TV shows, despite being booted all over CTV's schedule."[17]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Cold Squad was nominated for 38 Gemini Awards, 49 Leo Awards, one Directors Guild of Canada award, and two Writers Guild of Canada awards during its seven-season run. The series won seven Gemini Awards, including Julie Stewart for "Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role" (2002), Garry Chalk for "Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series" (2002 and 2001), and Tamara Craig Thomas for "Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series" (2001). It won four Leo Awards, including Julie Stewart for "Best Lead Performance By A Female in a Dramatic Series" (2003).

Directors Guild of Canada[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2004 Outstanding Team Achievement in a Television Series - Drama Gary Harvey (director), Gigi Boyd (production manager), Kevin Leslie (1st assistant director), Harry S. Keith (2nd assistant director), Catou Kearney (location manager), Julie Slater (assistant location manager) for Episode "And The Fury" Nominated [18]

Gemini Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
1998 Best Dramatic Series Seaton McLean, Anne Marie LaTraverse, Julia Keatley, Matt MacLeod, Philip Keatley Nominated [19][20]
1998 Best Direction in a Dramatic Series Anne Wheeler for "Rita Brice" Nominated [19]
1998 Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role Dramatic Series Christopher Bolton for "Christopher Williams" Nominated [19]
1998 Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role Dramatic Series Tom McBeath for "Jane Klosky" Nominated [19]
1998 Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role Julie Stewart for "Amanda Millerd" Nominated [19]
1998 Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role Dramatic Series Patti Harras for "Janine Elston" Nominated [19]
1998 Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role Dramatic Series Gabrielle Rose for "Rita Brice" Nominated [19]
1998 Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role Dramatic Series Lynda Boyd for "Tess" Nominated [19]
1999 Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role Dramatic Series Morris Panych for "Stanley Caron" Nominated [19]
1999 Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role Dramatic Series Timothy Webber for "Chantal LaMorande" Nominated [19]
2000 Best Direction in a Dramatic Series Giles Walker Nominated [19]
2000 Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role Julie Stewart Nominated [19]
2000 Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role Dramatic Series Alisen Down for "Dead Beat Walking" Won [19]
2001 Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series Gregory Calpakis Nominated [19]
2001 Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role Dramatic Series Tim Bissett for "A Good Death" Nominated [19]
2001 Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role Dramatic Series Winston Rekert for "Loyalties" Nominated [19]
2001 Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role Julie Stewart Nominated [19]
2001 Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series Garry Chalk Won [19]
2001 Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series Tamara Craig Thomas for "The Box" Won [19]
2002 Best Dramatic Series Gary Harvey, Suzanne Chapman, Gigi Boyd, Steve Ord, Matt MacLeod, Julia Keatley, Peter Mitchell Nominated [19][21]
2002 Best Direction in a Dramatic Series Bill Corcoran Nominated [19]
2002 Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series Tamara Craig Thomas for "The Needle and the Debutante" Nominated [19]
2002 Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role Dramatic Series Ellie Harvie Nominated [19]
2002 Best Sound in a Dramatic Series Jacqueline Cristianini, Kevin Townsend, Mike Olekshy, Cam Wagner, Kelly Cole, Bill Mellow, Rick Bal Nominated [19]
2002 Best Writing in a Dramatic Series Peter Mitchell Nominated [19]
2002 Best Original Music Score for a Dramatic Series James Jandrisch for "Enough's Enough" Won [19]
2002 Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series Garry Chalk for "Ambleton" Won [19]
2002 Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role Julie Stewart Won [19]
2003 Best Dramatic Series Julia Keatley, Matt MacLeod, Peter Mitchell, Steve Ord, Gary Harvey, Gigi Boyd, Jon Pilatzke, Nominated [19]
2003 Best Original Music Score for a Dramatic Series James Jandrisch Nominated [19]
2003 Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role Matthew Bennett for "True Believers (part II)" Nominated [19]
2003 Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role Julie Stewart Nominated [19]
2003 Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series Stacy Grant Nominated [19]
2003 Best Sound in a Dramatic Series Jacqueline Cristianini, Kelly Cole, Bill Mellow, Dave Hibbert, Rick Bal, Mike Olekshy, Joe Spivak Nominated [19]
2005 Best Direction in a Dramatic Series Gary Harvey for "And the Fury" Nominated [19]
2005 Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role Julie Stewart for "And the Fury" Nominated [19]
2005 Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series Sonja Bennett for "Righteous" Nominated [19]
2005 Best Sound in a Dramatic Series Mike Olekshy, Kelly Cole, Jacqueline Cristianini, Joe Spivak, Rick Bal for "And the Fury" Won [19]

Leo Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
1999 Best Dramatic Series Julia Keatley, Matt MacLeod – Producers Nominated [22]
Best Screenwriting Dramatic Series Matt MacLeod for "Bobby Johnson" Nominated [22]
Best Screenwriting in a Dramatic Series Laura Finstad Knizhnik for "Chantal LaMorande" Nominated [22]
Best Screenwriting in a Dramatic Series Ian Weir for "Stanley Caron" Nominated [22]
Best Cinematography in a Dramatic Series Richard Leiterman for "Nancy Seniuk" Nominated [22]
Best Performance By A Male in a Dramatic Series Timothy Webber for "Chantal LaMorande" Won [23]
2000 Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Series Charles E. Robichaud for "Deadly Games Part 2" Nominated [24]
Best Overall Sound in a Dramatic Series Shane Humphrey, Real Gauvreau, Kevin Townshend, Kelly Cole, Miguel Nunes for "Death by Intent Part 1" Nominated [24]
Best Musical Score in a Dramatic Series Graeme Coleman for "Dead End" Nominated [24]
Best Screenwriting in a Dramatic Series Matt MacLeod for "Death by Intent Part 1" Nominated [24]
Best Performance By A Female in a Dramatic Series Alisen Down for "Deadbeat Walking" Won [25]
2001 Best Dramatic Series Julia Keatley, Matt MacLeod, Peter Mitchell, Gary Harvey – Producers Nominated [26]
Best Direction in a Dramatic Series Jorge Montesi for "Checkmate" Nominated [26]
Best Screenwriting in a Dramatic Series Matt MacLeod, James Phillips, Shelley Ericksen, Graham Clegg for "Checkmate" Nominated [26]
Best Screenwriting in a Dramatic Series James Phillips for "Predator" Nominated [26]
Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Series Lisa Jane Robison for "Checkmate" Nominated [26]
Best Overall Sound in a Dramatic Series Real Gauvreau, Bill Mellow, Brad Hillman, Adam Boyd, Kirby Jinnah, Murray Barker, Kelly Cole for "Checkmate" Nominated [26]
Best Performance By A Male in a Dramatic Series Winston Rekert for "Loose Ends, Part 2" Nominated [26]
2002 Best Dramatic Series Julia Keatley, Matt MacLeod, Peter Mitchell, Suzanne Chapman, Steve Ord, Gary Harvey, Gigi Boyd – Producers Nominated [27]
Best Screenwriting in a Dramatic Series Matt MacLeod for "Enough is Enough" Nominated [27]
Best Screenwriting in a Dramatic Series Derek Schreyer for "The Needle and the Debutante" Nominated [27]
Best Screenwriting in a Dramatic Series James Phillips for "The One That Got Away" Nominated [27]
Best Cinematography in a Dramatic Series Stephen Reizes for "The Shed" Nominated [27]
Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Series Lisa Robison for "Enough is Enough" Nominated [27]
Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Series Lisa Robison for "The Needle and the Debutante" Nominated [27]
Best Overall Sound in a Dramatic Series Rick Bal, Kelly Cole, Bill Mellow, Jacqueline Cristianini, David Hibbert for "Enough is Enough" Nominated [27]
Best Sound Editing in a Dramatic Series Dario DiSanto, Kevin Townshend, Mike Olskshy, Joe Spivak, Jay Cheetham, Cam Wagner for "Enough is Enough" Nominated [27]
Best Musical Score in a Dramatic Series James Jandrisch for "Enough is Enough" Nominated [27]
Best Supporting Performance By A Male in a Dramatic Series Garry Chalk for "Picasso’s Mistake" Nominated [27]
Best Supporting Performance By A Male in a Dramatic Series Gregory Calpakis for "The Nanny" Nominated [27]
Best Supporting Performance By A Female in a Dramatic Series Melanie Blackwell for "The Nanny" Nominated [27]
Best Supporting Performance By A Female in a Dramatic Series Kerri Smith for "The Needle and the Debutante" Nominated [27]
Best Lead Performance By A Female in a Dramatic Series Julie Stewart for "Ambleton" Nominated [27]
2003 Best Direction in a Dramatic Series Shelley Eriksen for "Survivor" Nominated [28]
Best Screenwriting in a Dramatic Series Peter Mitchell for "Killing Time" Nominated [28]
Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Series Robb Watson for "Killing Time" Nominated [28]
Best Musical Score in a Dramatic Series James Jandrisch for "Flamers" Nominated [28]
Best Guest Performance By A Male in a Dramatic Series Christian Bocher for "Survivor" Nominated [28]
Best Guest Performance By A Female in a Dramatic Series Erin Wright for "Career Opportunists" Nominated [28]
Best Guest Performance By A Female in a Dramatic Series Patricia Harras for Live Fast Die Young" Nominated [28]
Best Supporting Performance By A Female in a Dramatic Series Joely Collins for "Live Fast Die Young" Nominated [28]
Best Guest Performance By A Male in a Dramatic Series Brent Stait for "Killing Time" Won [29]
Best Lead Performance By A Female in a Dramatic Series Julie Stewart for "Survivor" Won [29]
2004 Best Screenwriting in a Dramatic Series Dave Aitken for "Learning Curve" Nominated [30]
Best Sound Editing in a Dramatic Series Kevin Townshend, Mike Olekshy, Joe Spivak, Jay Cheetham, Jason Mauza for "And the Fury" Nominated [30]
Best Guest Performance By A Male in a Dramatic Series Christopher Shyer for "The Filth" Nominated [30]
Best Guest Performance By A Female in a Dramatic Series Chilton Crane for "The Filth" Nominated [30]
Best Supporting Performance By A Male in a Dramatic Series Tahmoh Penikett for "Learning Curve" Nominated [30]
Best Lead Performance By A Male in a Dramatic Series Matthew Bennett for "Mr. Bad Example" Nominated [30]

Writers Guild of Canada[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2000 Drama Series (One Hour) Andrew Rai Berzins for Episode: "Douglas Somerset" Nominated [31]
2002 Drama Series Matt MacLeod, James Phillips, Shelley Eriksen, Graham Clegg Nominated [32]
2003 Drama Series Derek Schreyer Nominated [33]

Episodes[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 11 January 23, 1998 (1998-01-23) April 3, 1998 (1998-04-03)
2 15 September 25, 1998 (1998-09-25) February 19, 1999 (1999-02-19)
3 13 October 22, 1999 (1999-10-22) January 29, 2000 (2000-01-29)
4 20 October 6, 2000 (2000-10-06) April 21, 2001 (2001-04-21)
5 13 September 29, 2001 (2001-09-29) March 2, 2002 (2002-03-02)
6 13 September 21, 2002 (2002-09-21) February 15, 2003 (2003-02-15)
7 13 September 4, 2004 (2004-09-04) June 4, 2005 (2005-06-04)


No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Canada viewers
(millions)
1 1 "Christopher Williams" Stacey Stewart Curtis Matt MacLeod January 23, 1998 (1998-01-23) N/A
The murder of a boy bears strong similarities to the 20-year-old case of another young victim.
2 2 "Janine Elston" John Pozer Andrew Rai Berzins January 30, 1998 (1998-01-30) N/A
A former homicide detective asks the squad for help in preventing his daughter's murderer from being released from prison.
3 3 "Tess" Penelope Buitenhuis Carla Kettner February 6, 1998 (1998-02-06) N/A
After remains are discovered the squad reopens the 14-year-old case of an anonymous murder victim.
4 4 "Jane Klosky" E. Jane Thompson John Hunter February 13, 1998 (1998-02-13) N/A
The squad finds a similarity between a recent murder and a gruesome 20-year-old murder case.
5 5 "Taggert Family" Richard Leiterman Matt MacLeod February 20, 1998 (1998-02-20) N/A
The squad tries to prove that a man was responsible for the murder of his wife and dissappearance of his daughter three years earlier.
6 6 "Salty Cheever" Anthony Atkins Ian Weir February 27, 1998 (1998-02-27) N/A
The squad suspects that a prostitute with a long criminal history was responsible for a heroine overdose murder in the 1970s.
7 7 "Rita Brice" Anne Wheeler Andrew Rai Berzins March 6, 1998 (1998-03-06) N/A
After a woman is arrested, Sgt. McCormick goes undercover to procure information from her about her husband's involvement in the murder of his first wife eight years earlier.
8 8 "Bob and Mary Lee" Penelope Buitenhuis Laurie Finstad Knizhnik March 13, 1998 (1998-03-13) N/A
The squad reopens the case of a 15-year-old unsolved double murder in Chinatown after a homicide victim's gun is linked to it.
9 9 "Michelle Dorn" T.W. Peacocke Dennis Foon March 20, 1998 (1998-03-20) N/A
The squad reopens the 5-year-old abduction and murder case of a young woman after the friend she was with regains some of her memory about the attack.
10 10 "Stephanie Jordan" T.W. Peacocke Ian Weir March 27, 1998 (1998-03-27) N/A
The remains of a socialite who has been missing for four years are found and the squad suspects her husband of murdering her.
11 11 "Amanda Millerd" Giles Walker Laurie Finstad Knizhnik, Matt MacLeod, Ian Weir April 3, 1998 (1998-04-03) N/A
When a woman thought to be a murder victim reappears 15 years later, Sgt. McCormick opens a Pandora's box when she investigates the case.

See also[edit]

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