Sex & Violence (TV series)

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Sex & Violence
GenreDrama
Created byThom Fitzgerald
StarringJennie Raymond
Jackie Torrens
Olympia Dukakis
Kerry Fox
Johnny Terris
Riley Raymer
Country of originCanada
Original language(s)English
No. of series3
No. of episodes15
Production
Executive producer(s)Olympia Dukakis
Brad Danks Rob Joseph Leonard Vicki McCarty
Producer(s)Doug Pettigrew
Production location(s)Nova Scotia, Canada
CinematographyJason Levangie
Production company(s)eMotion Pictures
Release
Original networkOUTtv
Original releaseNovember 17, 2013 (2013-11-17) – September 24, 2017 (2017-09-24)

Sex & Violence is a television series that first aired on 17 November 2013 on OUTtv in Canada.[1] The series stars Jennie Raymond as a lesbian police constable, Olympia Dukakis as a victim advocate, Jackie Torrens as a social worker and Kerry Fox and Johnny Terris as therapists.[2] The original six-part show, focused on domestic violence, became the highest rated original drama in OUTtv's history and the channel announced its renewal on 8 May 2014.[3] The third season debuted on OUTtv on 10 September 2017.

Cast and characters[edit]

  • Jennie Raymond as Constable Maria Roach
  • Jackie Torrens as Drucie MacKay
  • Olympia Dukakis as Alex Mandalakis
  • Kerry Fox as Brenda Shaw
  • Johnny Terris as Manny MacNeil
  • Michael McPhee as Constable Doug Downey
  • Callum Dunphy as Finn
  • Riley Raymer as Megan
  • Rob Joseph Leonard as Jasper Whynacht
  • Jeremy Akerman as Judge Seamus MacDonald
  • Pasha Ebrahimi as Dr. Padraig O'Carroll
  • Kevin Kincaid as Diarmuid
  • Candy Palmater as Louella
  • Glen Matthews as Stephen
  • Thom Payne as Steven
  • Naomi-Joy Blackhall-Butler as Marjorie Mbelu
  • Adrian Comeau as Rejean
  • Andria Wilson as Ginger Kim
  • Koumbie as Aria
  • Andrea Lee Norwood as Mona
  • Gharrett Patrick Paon as Crawford

Production[edit]

The series is filmed in Nova Scotia, Canada.[4] Thom Fitzgerald wrote and directed the original series, which also features Jeremy Akerman, Naomi-Joy Blackhall-Butler, Pasha Ebrahimi, Michael McPhee, Glen Matthews, Lisa-Rose Snow, Candy Palmater and Rob Joseph Leonard. Season 2 introduces new characters played by Johnny Terris, Kevin Kincaid and Riley Raymer.[5]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Episode list[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Episode # Title Directed by Written by Original airdate
1"Social Work"Thom FitzgeraldThom Fitzgerald17 November 2013 (2013-11-17)
Victim Advocate Alex Mandalakis tries to keep an axe attack victim safe in a women's shelter. Social worker Drucie MacKay finds a foster home for two troubled children with gay couple Stephen and Steven. Stars Carol Sinclair.
2"Denial"Thom FitzgeraldThom Fitzgerald24 November 2013 (2013-11-24)
Constable Roach is assaulted outside a bar but struggles to have her case heard in court.
3"Surface Scars"Thom FitzgeraldThom Fitzgerald1 December 2013 (2013-12-01)
Alex helps a teenager who was held captive put his life back together. Stars Aaron Webber.
4"Loosen the Noose"Thom FitzgeraldThom Fitzgerald8 December 2013 (2013-12-08)
Jasper seeks sex in the wake of his failed marriage. Alex tries to recruit a victim's son to testify against his father.
5"One Side"Thom FitzgeraldThom Fitzgerald15 December 2013 (2013-12-15)
Inappropriate behavior puts Alex's career at risk. Brenda has a secret affair.
6"The Break Up"Thom FitzgeraldThom Fitzgerald22 December 2013 (2013-12-22)
An estranged husband takes over the women's shelter and Alex is in danger. Constable Roach isolates a killer.

Season 2[edit]

Episode # Title Directed by Written by Original airdate
7"Atlantic Rim"Thom FitzgeraldThom Fitzgerald20 July 2015 (2015-07-20)
Roach sees a connection between two mysterious deaths. Stephen rebuilds his life as a widower and Alex refuses help after being shot.
8"Famous Last Words"Thom FitzgeraldThom Fitzgerald27 July 2015 (2015-07-27)
Roach and Downey respond to a shooter at a school. Chanel urges Alex to leave Seamus.
9"Back When I Was A Kid"Thom FitzgeraldThom Fitzgerald3 August 2015 (2015-08-03)
Megan, Roach, Drucie and Alex try to help a mother and her three sons to leave her unstable husband.
10"Three Shots"Thom FitzgeraldThom Fitzgerald10 August 2015 (2015-08-10)
Manny confesses an affair and Alex opens her home to an ungrateful abused woman.
11"Connection"Thom FitzgeraldThom Fitzgerald17 August 2015 (2015-08-17)
Alex asks Seamus to help her start a women's shelter. Roach pursues her theory that a serial killer is targeting gay men.
12"Shelter"Thom FitzgeraldThom Fitzgerald24 August 2015 (2015-08-24)
Alex tries desperately to raise funds for her women's shelter. An old mistake comes back to haunt Roach and the killer is revealed.

Season 3[edit]

Episode # Title Directed by Written by Original airdate
13"Aftermath"Thom FitzgeraldThom Fitzgerald10 September 2017 (2017-09-10)
Drucie is called to the scene of a school shooting. Roach asks Drucie to help call attention to a crime.
14"Survivor's Guilt"Thom FitzgeraldThom Fitzgerald17 September 2017 (2017-09-17)
Roach searches for the strangler. Drucie forms a bond with an injured teacher.
15"Finn"Thom FitzgeraldThom Fitzgerald24 September 2017 (2017-09-24)
Drucie and Roach try to intervene when they suspect a teen is being stalked.

References[edit]

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