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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
Global Travelability indicates how well a title performs internationally relative to its home market
Firefly Lane’s
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Average Demand for Firefly Lane is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
Peak Demand
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Firefly Lane ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Firefly Lane has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

The story of Tully and Kate, two unlikely friends, from their meeting as tweens in 1974 to the present. Kate, the introvert, and Tully, the coolest girl in school, form a bond that weathers every milestone in their lives, leading up to a tragedy in the present.

Country: United States

Type: scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: February 3, 2021

Also Known As: ファイアフライ通り, Firefly Lane |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »

Genres

Company Credits

Production Co: Brightlight Pictures, Curly Girly |  See more »

Cast

Anthony Ames
as Man with Margie
Tyson Bellusci
as County Cop #1
Umar Khan
as Coordinator/Stagehand
Marina Sofia Hernandez
as Hope Brody
Andres Joseph
as Gideon/Gideon Vega
Vanessa Richards
as Doreen
Charles Singh
as Mr. Dominici
James Rha
as Dr. Shillito
Jay Brazeau
as Torcoletti
Lizzie Boys
as Marnie Stevens
Emmanuel Addo
as Dude
Jocelyn Gauthier
as Erica
Tebo Nzeku
as Emma
Ivy Matheson
as Cloud at 17
Remy Marthaller
as Young Marah
David Santana
as Cashier
London Robertson
as Young Tully 1970/Tully '70/Young Tully (1970)
Greg Germann
as Benedict Binswanger
Nima Gholamipour
as Intern/PA
Stephanie Izsak
as Jeanie/Jeanie Makeup
Michael Tiernan
as Jake Brody
St. John Myers
as Mean Boy
Ignacio Serricchio
as Danny Diaz
Leo Rano
as Leon
Mittita Barber
as Salesgirl
Michelle Choi-Lee
as Serena Yee
Bronwen Smith
as Rita
Zen Lim
as Firefighter Charlie
Kennith Overbey
as Cop
Paul McGillion
as Bud
Garrett Quirk
as Sam
Jessica Garcie
as Joan
Beau Garrett
as Cloud
Kurt Teixeira
as Mark
Stacee Copeland
as Aunt Pam
Synto D. Misati
as Robbie/Robbie '74
Chris Cope
as Neighborhood Dad
Justyna Bania
as Hippie Chick
Quinn Lord
as Sean '74/Sean
Elan Ross Gibson
as Grandma
Tara Wilson
as Julia
Ali Skovbye
as Young Tully
Lauren Akemi Bradley
as Jocelyn
Thomas Wayne Hum
as Police Officer
Brendan Taylor
as Mutt
Fletcher Donovan
as Gunman
Chris Loubardeas
as Hippie Guy
Ese Atawo
as Dr. Imani Jackson
Hugo Raymundo
as Soldier
Brandon Jay McLaren
as Travis
Hamza Fouad
as Officer Ellis
Jason McKinnon
as Sean
Lauren K. Robek
as Carol
Jolene Purdy
as Justine Jordan
Alec Santos
as Mark Brody
Ken Camroux-Taylor
as Pharmacist
Iris Quinn
as Gran
Deborah Finkel
as Paula
Kareem Malcolm
as Rob Roy Waiter
Casey Manderson
as David Hershey
Tracey Roath
as Crying Sister
Forrest Anthony
as Teenage Boy
Karissa Ketter
as Britta
Ben Lawson
as Johnny Ryan
Lee Page
as Pete Bartender
Flora Karas
as Evonne
Xander Hall
as Malik Washington
John Specogna
as Priest
Saskia Wedding
as EMT 1
Roan Curtis
as Young Kate
Chelah Horsdal
as Margie
Patrick Sabongui
as Professor Chad Wiley/Chad Wiley
Thomas Cadrot
as Robbie
Raul Herrera
as Father Ramon
Laura Cerón
as Isabel Brody
Brian Calvert
as Larry
Elizabeth Weinstein
as Dr. Kraus
Marc Leblanc
as Pat's Bro 2
James Drew Dean
as Josh
Paul Rogic
as Cloud's Dad
Isaac Mazur
as Pat's Bro 3
Jenna Rosenow
as Kimber Watts
Mark Gash
as Roger the Boss
Michael McDonald
as Cop 2
Kelten Jensen
as Pat's Bro 1
Craig March
as Stan
Mathias Retamal
as Mando
India de Beaufort
as Charlotte
Khamisa Wilsher
as Receptionist
Trevor Jones
as Cop 1
Marcel Zadé
as Officer
Max Moore
as Grandson
Rob Morton
as Barman
Kaare Anderson
as Tom
Katrina Reynolds
as Laura
Matt Visser
as Brooks
Ian Butcher
as Rob Roy Maitre'd
Scott Swanson
as Grandfather
Katherine Heigl
as Tully Hart
Seth Whittaker
as Orderly
Martin Donovan
as Wilson King
Lauren Jackson
as Heather
Coral Humphrey
as Josie
Michael Taylor
as Pat
Yael Yurman
as Marah
Forbes Angus
as Principal Wrightson
Gigi Jackson
as Georgette
Jon-Michael Ecker
as Max
Michelle Lefler
as Lisa
Sasha Hayden
as Taylor
Sarah Chalke
as Kate Mularkey

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2021 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2022 | 8 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Directors Guild of Canada 2021

Nominee

Directors Guild of Canada

Dramatic Series

Leo Awards 2021

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series

Winner

Leo Awards

Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Cinematography in a Dramatic Series

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Production Design in a Dramatic Series

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