These titles join previously announced new CBC original

“I thought he had a great game,” coach Joel Quenneville said. F Christian Fischer played in his native Chicago for the first time in the NHL. “Our 2017 18 slate is a tribute to the talent and authenticity of Canada top creators, who are choosing CBC as the destination to share the stories they want to tell, including compelling new drama, comedy, factual, arts and documentary series,” said Heather Conway, executive vice president, English Services, CBC. “By launching one of our largest programming lineups to date reflecting the diversity of perspectives and voices in this country, CBC continues to reach, connect with and entertain Canadians across all platforms, guided by how audiences choose to engage with us.”New CBC original television series announced today for the 2017 18 season include:BURDEN OF PROOF (winter 2018, 10×60, ICF Films, Entertainment One (eOne) and Eagle Vision), a legal drama starring Kristin Kreuk as a big city lawyer passed over for partnership who returns to her hometown to take on what she thinks is a simple case, only to find herself in a fight for justice for a group of sick girls.CAUGHT (winter 2018, 5×60, Take The Shot Productions), Allan Hawco new drama set in 1978, adapted from Lisa Moore acclaimed novel. Locked up after a drug deal goes wrong, David Slaney (Hawco; Republic of Doyle; The Book of Negroes) makes a daring break from a New Brunswick prison to attempt one more deal with his former partner (Eric Johnson, Fifty Shades Darker, The Knick, Smallville) all this with a dogmatic police officer, Patterson (Paul Gross, Alias Grace, Hyena Road, Passchendaele), at his heels.THE DETECTIVES (fall 2017, 8×60, WAM Media GRP Inc.), a true crime series that brings to life the real cases of Canadian detectives by blending first person interviews with scripted drama.THE STATS OF LIFE (fall 2017, 1×60, 4×30, Frantic Films), a factual series that reveals surprising truths about how Canadians are living today based on recent population statistics.New CBC KIDS titles include animated series ADDISON (fall 2017, 20×11, Six Eleven Media) chronicling the adventures of a young girl who loves to solve mysteries; BEAT BUGS (winter 2018, 52×11, Thunderbird Entertainment, Grace Films, Beyond Films and Atomic Cartoons), following five charming bugs and featuring songs from The Beatles; and preschool series BECCA BUNCH (fall 2017, 52×11, Jam Media), which merges live action and puppetry with 2D and 3D animation.These titles join previously announced new CBC original television series for 2017 18 including:21 THUNDER(summer 2017, 8×60, PMA Productions and Generic Productions), a fast paced drama that follows the players and coaches of an elite under 21 Montreal soccer team both on and off the field, premiering July 31.ALIAS GRACE(fall 2017, 6×60, Halfire Entertainment), the highly anticipated miniseries written and produced by Sarah Polley, directed by Mary Harron and starring Sarah Gadon, based on the award winning Margaret Atwood novel and inspired by true events, premiering September 25.CRAWFORD(winter 2018, 12×30, Rabbit Square Productions), Mike Clattenburg (Trailer Park Boys) unconventional family comedy about a young man who, after a run of bad luck, moves back in with his parents and turns his natural ability to relate to racoons into a successful business, all while navigating life with his eccentric family.

Keanu is seen as the mascot of the movie to which the audience becomes increasingly emotionally attached. The actors, however, could not get too attached to any individual kitten. Humorously enough, the role of Keanu is played by seven different brown tabby rescue cats.

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