Peep Show (Canadian TV series)

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Peep Show was a Canadian television series, which aired on CBC Television in 1975 and 1976. The series, a 16-episode anthology of half-hour drama programs by new and emerging Canadian writers and directors, was produced by George Bloomfield and Gerald Mayer.

Programs that aired on Peep Show included Martin Lavut's Melony, Clarke Mackey's Fight Night, David Cronenberg's The Lie Chair and CODCO's Festering Forefathers and Running Sons. Martin Short also had his first acting role on the series, in the episode Goldberg is Waiting.