Snakes and Ladders (TV series)

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Snakes and Ladders
Created by Wayne Grigsby
Starring Catherine Disher
Amy Price-Francis
Jeremy Akerman
Country of origin Canada Canada
No. of episodes 6
Running time 60 minutes
Original network CBC
Original release February 11 – March 17, 2004

Snakes and Ladders is a Canadian television mini-series created by Wayne Grigsby which aired on CBC Television in 2004. The series starred Amy Price-Francis as Shannon Jennings, a woman who takes a job as an executive assistant at Parliament Hill for a cabinet minister named Audrey Flankman (Catherine Disher). The series was shot in documentary style, and was produced by the same people who produced the series Trudeau.



  1. Premiere
  2. The Bling Bling
  3. American Pie
  4. Section 24
  5. Squattergate
  6. Sisters


Snakes and Ladders was nominated for both Writers Guild of Canada and Directors Guild of Canada awards. It was also nominated for 7 Gemini Awards, with Catherine Disher winning best performance by an actress for her role.

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