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Monday, August 29, 2005

"Traders", the tv show

Several days ago, I received an e-mail from Kip Esquire, asking about the tv show "Traders".

For less than one season several years ago, a U.S. cable channel, Lifetime, was rebroadcasting the (CBC?) show “Traders” about a small Toronto broker-dealer whose founder is indicted for securities fraud and his daughter, an economics professor, has to take over running the firm. I became addicted to it immediately, but they canceled the rebroadcast schedule in the U.S. and I’ve never been able to track down anyone who’s heard of it.

Are you familiar with it? Did it run for any length of time in Canuckia? Any chance it’s available on DVD or video? All my Internet searching has proven fruitless. Any leads would be greatly appreciated.

Posted by EclectEcon on August 29, 2005 | Permalink


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Posted by: rebarbarian | 2005-08-29 9:58:33 PM

It ran on Global for a few seasons. Canadian TV shows tend not to go to DVD. Something about incredibly low demand.

Posted by: Publius | 2005-08-29 10:23:52 PM

The first season was ok. The next couple were so bad they were a waste of the talants of people who didn't have any.

Posted by: Warwick | 2005-08-30 7:37:31 AM

Hm, that was the one with the nerdy guy from Red Green in it, was it not?

Posted by: dr_dog | 2005-08-30 10:37:50 AM


Posted by: Warwick | 2005-08-30 12:59:17 PM

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