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October 23, 2021
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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
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Home Before Dark’s
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Average Demand for Home Before Dark 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%
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Home Before Dark ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Home Before Dark has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

A young girl from the big city uncovers clues to an unsolved cold case while visiting her father's small lakeside town.

Country: United States

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: April 3, 2020

Also Known As: 勿闖黑夜, Домой до темноты |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG, M), Brazil (16) |  See more »

Genres

Company Credits

Production Co: Anonymous Content, Electric Somewhere Co. |  See more »

Cast

Maria Hart
as Coroner
James Pizzinato
as Ezekiel Miller
Jason Asuncion
as Prison Guard
Chris Shields
as Superintendent
John A. Lorenz
as Fernando
Aubrie Rosa Albanese
as 5-Year-Old Hilde
John Treleaven
as Judge
Alexa Mansour
as Emma
Derek Richardson
as Adult Richie
Reed Birney
as Sylvester Lisko
Graziella Cianni
as Young Kathryn Briggs
Sharon Lawrence
as Carol Collins
Samantha Quan
as Winnie Witherspoon
Alison Chang
as Nerdy Girl
Lindy Booth
as Natasha Kowalski
Anne Butler
as Mrs. Gillis
Rio Mangini
as Ethan
Daryl Ducharme
as Prison Guard
Ellen Ewusie
as Angry Parent #1
Malaika Jackson
as Voting Woman
Connor Wong
as Kyle
Chad Riley
as Agent Chris
Arpad Balogh
as Ed Quinlin
Kylie Rogers
as Izzy Lisko
Mila Morgan
as Ginny Lisko
Jill Teed
as District Attorney
Andrew Alvarez
as Classmate
Adrian Holmes
as Michael Davis
Duncan Fraser
as Harbour Master
Louis Herthum
as Sheriff Frank Briggs, Sr./Frank Briggs Sr.
Charlotte Mosby
as 5-Year-Old Izzy
Nicholas Dohy
as Prison Guard
Pauline Egan
as Young Jane Lisko
Sandy Sidhu
as Meena Roy
Anita Brown
as Soccer Mom
Aubrey Arnason
as Dr. Lucy Fife
Ashley O'Connell
as Court Registrar
Bronwen Smith
as Day Care Manager
Leslie Parmar
as School Receptionist
Allison Riley
as Angry Parent #2
Gwenda Lorenzetti
as Election Official
Duane Keogh
as Border Agent
Logan Zenith Oung
as Jerky Kid
Ron Chartier
as Lieutenant Bob Louttit/Lieutenant Bob
Jason Cermak
as Arthur Conway
Abby Miller
as Bridget Jensen
Mark Alastair
as Tim Wergeles
Brooklynn Prince
as Hilde Lisko
Lorraine Colond
as Administrator #1
Chris Cope
as HCSD Deputy
Nicholas Holmes
as Young Frank
Michael Teigen
as Marty Moran
Joelle Carter
as Principal Kim Collins
Kyle Cunningham
as Bailiff
Matthew Bissett
as Audience Member
Sunny Chen
as HR Assistant
Patricia Cullen
as Annemarie Briggs
Michael Q. Adams
as Disciplinary Hearing Judge
Sean Thomas Laird
as 20-Year-Old Suspect
Zavien Garrett
as JV Friend
Serge Houde
as Roger Collins/Gruff Neighbor/Roger Goff
Sarah Giles
as Beta Jessica
Janelle Beadall
as Lilly
Kate Robbins
as Bored Woman
Anisa Harris
as Student
Chris Nowland
as Deputy
Tom Tasse
as Air Force Officer
Ben Clay
as Sr. Football Player
Megan Leitch
as Molly
Kate Gajdosik
as Reporter #1
Nicole Anthony
as PR Woman
Kyle Clark
as 18-Year-Old Matt
Matthew Mandzij
as Darryl Fife
Thailey Roberge
as Young Penny Gillis
Eisla Sullivan
as 1-Year-Old Hilde
Veena Sood
as Dr. Singh
Jibrail Nantambu
as Donny Davis
Scott Lawrence
as Mackenzie Johnson Jr.
Laiken Laverock
as Young Kim Collins
Evelyn Burke
as Young Izzy
James Sanders
as Mr. Sipple
Brady Droulis
as Tommy Fife
Neil Charlesworth
as Deputy #1
David Cubitt
as Grant Williams
Patrice Jefferson
as History Teacher
Shaughnessy Redden
as Lawyer #1
Jaden Oehr
as Birdman/Young Al Wergeles/Young Birdman
Dan Byrd
as Tony O'Hara
Grace Chin
as Seattle Reporter
Lydia Campbell
as Strata Guard
Derrick van Wyk
as Mystery Man
Adrian Hough
as Mayor Jack Fife
Alex Zahara
as Birdman/Al Wergeles
Mark Gibbon
as Karl Kurz/The Fixer
Stephen Tibbetts
as Teacher
Serena Van Rooy
as 9-year-Old Izzy
Elizabeth Etmanski
as Kathryn Briggs
Marc Gaudet
as Administrator #2
Aziza Scott
as Deputy Mackenzie 'Trip' Johnson III/Sheriff Mackenzie 'Trip' Johnson III
Robert Leaf
as Farmer at Market
Michael Weston
as Lt. Frank Briggs, Jr.
Kapila Rego
as Secretary
Rhona Rees
as Senior Care Worker
Tanner Bornowsky
as Burnout Kid
Michael Greyeyes
as Sam Gillis
Dan Zukovic
as Prosecutor
Malcolm Sparrow-Crawford
as Young Sam Gillis
Caylee Watrin
as Madison
Patsy Thompson
as Sally
Frank Brandies
as Local Man
Dimitri Vantis
as Security Guard
Sean Campbell
as Older Deputy
Ramon Terrell
as Disciplinary Hearing Bailiff
Darren Dolynski
as Interviewer
William Belleau
as Hank Gillis
Corey Turner
as Bartender
Yoshié Bancroft
as Lawyer #2
Rondel Reynoldson
as Senior-Care Manager
J.P. Padda
as Co-Worker
Jim Sturgess
as Matt Lisko
Brent Fidler
as Secretary of Corrections
Sharon Taylor
as Penny Gillis
Sadie Silcock
as Fake Nice Mom
Steven Williams
as Mr. Morton
Callum Lawrence
as Popular Boy
Deric McCabe
as Wesley 'Spoon' Witherspoon
Yumi Ogawa
as Mrs. Parker (Teacher)
Dean Petriw
as Young Matt
Damon Runyan
as Paul Rutherford
Kyra Zagorsky
as Gina Deluca
Jonathan Collard
as Detective Lou
Ashley Cartwright
as 3-Year-Old Hilde/Young Hilde
Whitney Peak
as Alpha Jessica
Kiefer O'Reilly
as Young Richie/Young Richie Fife

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2020 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2021 | 10 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & Nominations

The Joey Awards, Vancouver 2020

Winner

The Joey Awards, Vancouver

Best Actor in a Guest Role in a TV Series Ages 8-10

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