The Stagers

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The Stagers
StagersLogo.jpg
The Stagers logo
Genre Reality
Home design
Lifestyle
Starring Matthew Finlason
Bridget Savereux
Maureen Powers
Country of origin Canada
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 26
Production
Running time 23 min.
Production company(s) Paperny Films
Release
Original network HGTV (USA & Canada)
Original release 2008 – present
External links
Website

The Stagers is a half-hour reality television show about home staging that airs on HGTV in the U.S. and Canada. It is produced by Paperny Films and stars Matthew Finlason, Bridget Savereux, and Maureen Powers.

Synopsis[edit]

Official series synopsis from HGTV:

[The Stagers is] packed full of stunning transformations that turn dull for-sale spaces into spectacular residences that shine in today’s real-estate market.... Matthew, Bridget and Maureen – professional stagers from Dekora, one of Canada’s leading home staging companies – work to stage a range of homes while hustling to exceed client demands. Budgets and schedules are tight in the world of home staging which means the multi-tasking teams are always in the pressure cooker. From practical tricks on how to sell your home to the sparks that fly when the heat is on, each episode is a lesson in transforming a house from a first impression turn-off to a market gem.[1]

Cast[edit]

  • Matthew Finlason, Stager
  • Bridget Savereux, Stager
  • Maureen Powers, Stager
  • Gail Taylor, Stager
  • Dina Holmes, Stager
  • Brent Melnychuk, Stager
  • Rukiya Bernard, Stager-in-Training
  • Augustin Tretinik, Assistant Stager
  • Sarah Steinberg, Assistant Stager
  • Jennifer Eves, Assistant Stager
  • Mitra Mansour, Assistant Stager

Awards[edit]

Season 1 of The Stagers won four 2009 Leo Awards and was nominated for a fifth award.[2]

  • The Stagers Best Show in an Information or Lifestyle Series - Won
  • Matthew Finlason Best Host in an Information or Lifestyle Series - Won
  • Keith Behrman for Best Direction in an Information or Lifestyle Series - Won
  • Margot Daley for Best Writing in an Information or Lifestyle Series - Won
  • Grant Greschuck for Best Direction in an Information or Lifestyle Series - Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1], HGTV Canada The Stagers site.
  2. ^ [2], Leo Awards Press Release from Paperny Films.

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