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8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
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About this title

Storyline

The Canadian tainted blood crisis of the 1980s, the inaction of those in control of the Canadian blood system despite the mounting evidence of possible transmission of HIV and hepatitis via blood and blood products, and the effect on the hemophiliac community who relied on such products to survive is presented. The crisis is largely presented through the eyes of two families. In Toronto, Will and Margaret Sanders, a public health official and teacher respectively, are the parents to hemophiliac Ryan Sanders, the parents who do whatever they can to keep Ryan safe both in his everyday activities and through the blood products he is required to take. And in Vancouver, Ben and Alice Landry are the parents to hemophiliac Peter Landry. While they too try to protect Peter in any way they can, Peter becomes infected with the AIDS virus by tainted blood at age fifteen, he having watched his same age best friend and fellow hemophiliac die from AIDS from tainted blood. As such, Peter begins to live a high risk life in his belief that he will die any day from AIDS, while Ben, a journalist, becomes increasingly bitter which negatively affects his relationships with both Alice and Peter.

Country: Canada

Type: scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: January 9, 2019

Also Known As: Sin palabras, НевыразимоеUnspeakable |  See more »

Parents Guide: United States (TV-MA)

Genres

Plot Keywords

aids
based on a true story
miniseries
hepatitis

Company Credits

Production Co: Mezo Entertainment

Cast

Randy Charach
as Commons Chair
Camille Sullivan
as Alice Landry
Richard Newman
as Cherniak
Christopher Pearce
as First Trustee
Kris McRonney
as Man 2
Sarah Wayne Callies
as Margaret Sanders
Barclay Hope
as Principal Southwood
Scott Patey
as 30 Year Old Man
Brian Markinson
as Dr. Roger Perrault
Jay Brazeau
as Dr. John Furesz
Kirsten Slenning
as Chelsea Bibb
Paloma Kwiatkowski
as Darby Stephens
Laura Bertram
as Kelly Girard
Matt Craven
as Horace Krever
Farryn VanHumbeck
as Jessica Hartley
Gillian Barber
as Dr. Hannah Strawczynski
Ben Wilkinson
as Dr. Mark Phillips
Peter Flemming
as Dr. Inwood
Nels Lennarson
as Norm Crawley
John Emmet Tracy
as Sam Millhouse
Ryan Hesp
as Brad Ritter
Emmy O'Leary
as Attending Nurse
Tariq Leslie
as CHS Reporter
Shawn Doyle
as Ben Landry
Ken Tremblett
as Grant Braeburn
Bronwen Smith
as Elinor Caplan
Paul McGillion
as J.C.W. Weber
Natalie Trent
as KKR Female Associate
Simon MacIntyre
as Smoking Man
Angus Stuart
as Funeral Priest
Alistair Abell
as Ed Wilmont
Todd Thomson
as 40 Year Old Man
David Allan Pearson
as Edward Greenspan
Lossen Chambers
as Liz Byrne
Nicholas Holmes
as Andy Landry
Max Montesi
as Spider
Liam Fazackerley
as Chad
Roz Murray
as Second Trustee
Elan Ross Gibson
as Supreme Court Justice
Lexa Doig
as Marlys Edwardh
Colby Wilson
as Father of 10 Year Old Boy
Anna Galvin
as Dr. Kim Matthews/Dr. Kim Mathews
William MacDonald
as Frank Schnabel
Cameron Bancroft
as Michael Rodell
Rohan Campbell
as Eric Doncaster
Maria Meadows
as Mother at OHS Meeting
Fletcher Donovan
as Man 1
Katey Hoffman
as KKR Paralegal
Bradley Duffy
as Perrin Beatty
Hannah Drew
as Perrault's Assistant
Denis Corbett
as Patient 2
Eduard Witzke
as Dave
Jessie Fraser
as Mother of 10 Year Old Boy
Nicole Anthony
as Marjorie Chapman
Aaron Douglas
as Jim Krepke
Nicole Oliver
as Dr. Evelyn Zimmerman
Max Archibald
as Carter Sanders
Amos Mitchell
as Ken Lockart
Venus Terzo
as RCMP Officer
Eric Breker
as Dr. John Derrick
Eric Keenleyside
as Dr. Martin Davey
Spencer Drever
as Ryan Sanders
Zoe Cooper
as Amy
Ricardo Ortiz
as Ryan Sanders
Harry Han
as Blood Bank Tech
Gerard Plunkett
as Dr. M. Baldwin
Rob LaBelle
as Solomon Kaufman
Jared Ager-Foster
as Peter Landry
Natalie Moon
as Emergency Ward Nurse (1967)
Paul Piaskowski
as Dr. Christos Tsoukas
Ryan Grantham
as Andy Girard
Karyn Mott
as Lisa Krepke
Yolanda Corbett
as Patient 1
Fiona Hogan
as Dr. Rosalyn Herst
John Specogna
as Family Friend
Grace Chin
as Female News Anchor
Mackenzie Cardwell
as Emma Landry
Nhi Do
as Celine
Fred Keating
as Unnamed Official
David Stuart
as Keith Norton
Harrison MacDonald
as Phone Guy
Joe Zanetti
as Elinor Caplan's Aide
Kathryn Dobbs
as Obstetrician
Keala Wayne Winterhalt
as Mya Sanders/Pre-teen Mya Sanders
Michael Shanks
as Will Sanders
Jillian Fargey
as Alice's Therapist
Gabrielle Rose
as Betsy
Kevin McNulty
as Arthur
Nils Hognestad
as Professor
Trinity Likins
as Emma Landry
Em Haine
as Andrea Lambert
Fred Henderson
as News Anchor
Tarun Keram
as Volunteer
Anita Crisinel
as Airport Coffee Walker
David Lewis
as Lawrence Hartley
Dean McKenzie
as Hassle Free Clinic Doctor
Amitai Marmorstein
as Paul Kirpatrick
Stefania Indelicato
as Rachel
Paula Burrows
as Jessica Hartley
Aadila Dosani
as Marta Kirpatrick
Amber Taylor
as Jessica
Avery Konrad
as Kendra Bowen
Troy Rudolph
as Group Leader
Jan Bos
as Dr. Terry
Caroline Cave
as Ann O'Malley
Haig Sutherland
as Dr. Bradley
Sarah Smyth
as Jenny Gould
Garry Chalk
as Arvid Knudson
David Vatousios
as Dying Norm
Garfield Wilson
as Barry Freeland
Mia Hope
as Mya Sanders
Byron Noble
as ER Doctor (1967)
Mark Sweatman
as Charlie
Katelyn Peterson
as Jessica Hartley
Diana Bang
as Ruby Kim
Alex Rose
as Ryan Sanders
Levi Meaden
as Peter Landry
Paul Jarrett
as Dr. Leonard Unger
Ann Evans
as Paralegal
Bernard Cuffling
as Priest
Robert Moloney
as Dr. Derek Naylor
Mark Dozlaw
as Kyle Wence
Kimberley Sustad
as Caitlyn Hartley

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 8 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Directors Guild of Canada 2019

Nominee

Directors Guild of Canada

Movies for Television and Mini-Series

Leo Awards 2019

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Leo Awards

Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series

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Leo Awards

Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series

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Leo Awards

Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series

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Leo Awards

Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series

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Leo Awards

Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Guest Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series

Winner

Leo Awards

Best Casting in a Dramatic Series

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Hairstyling in a Dramatic Series

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Costume Design in a Dramatic Series

Winner

Leo Awards

Best Dramatic Series

Winner

Leo Awards

Best Musical Score in a Dramatic Series

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Series

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Screenwriting in a Dramatic Series

Winner

Leo Awards

Best Overall Sound in a Dramatic Series

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