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
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Release
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.

Cast[edit]

Episodes[edit]

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

Awards[edit]

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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