On May 1, 2012, to the broken hearts (and some angry fists) of fans, it was announced that Flashpoint’s upcoming 5th season would be the last tour of duty for the SRU. Here, I will expose many well-kept secrets…
Congratulations to my Flashpoint peeps for their wins at the Industry Gala of the Gemini Awards. The Broadcast Gala airs on CBC on September 7th. I hope to announce more winners then!
Part Four. End of the road, Jack. My day at the Flashpoint headquarters draws to a close but not without one more encounter with Constable Ed Lane…
In Part One, I told you what it was like to walk the halls of the production office. But what goes on in the part of the Flashpoint workshop you’re most familiar with — the SRU HQ? Find out.
As I noted yesterday, I had the chance to visit the production offices and the set of Flashpoint on, no less, a shooting day. So, how did that happen? I should start at the perennial beginning.
Michael Cram (aka Kevin “Wordy” Wordsworth) has left Flashpoint and its fanbase is all atwitter about it. It is the culmination of a narrative set in motion at the end of the third season. The path has been deliberate.
“Unconditional Love” is an encore episode Flashpoint and the second last Friday epi before we get to the much anticipated “Personal Effects”.
And so it ends. “Fault Lines” is the last episode of Season 3 for Flashpoint (I’m ignoring alternative season conventions). It’s new to CBS, and a hella rerun for CTV. What’s it about? In short: Pressure cooking. It is the last of six episodes airing for the first time on CBS; Fridays at 8:00.
Tonight’s episode of Flashpoint is “Terror” (new to CBS, rerun for CTV). It follows a day in the life of Jules. Of course, it’s not a typical day. It is the fourth of six episodes airing for the first time on CBS; Fridays at 8:00.