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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
Young Drunk Punk’s
home country is:
CanadaCanada
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Demand Score

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Below Avg
Average Demand for Young Drunk Punk 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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Average Demand
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Trend

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Young Drunk Punk has a neutral trend. It has grown in demand by 0x in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
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In Genre Performance

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Young Drunk Punk ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Young Drunk Punk has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

Ian and his best friend Shinky are two young punks searching for their great destinies in the back alleys of Calgary Alberta in 1980. Together, these friends will face down cowboys and oilmen, hockey goons and movie snobs, odd- jobbers and hairdressers - and through it all they'll find a way to grow up without selling out.

Country: Canada

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: January 18, 2015

Also Known As: Young Drunk Punk

Genres

Plot Keywords

canada
retro
alberta canada
1980s

Company Credits

Production Co: Accent Entertainment Corporation, Seven24 Films

Cast

Tim Carlson
as Ian McKay
Sasha Barry
as Woman #1
Edna Pozer
as Elderly Lady
Neil Webb
as Cowboy #4
Nicola Wilson
as Bystander
Victor Gilbert
as Puke Kid
Tracy Ryan
as Helen McKay
John Tasker
as Air-Guitar Guy/Ninja #1
Bobby Jerome Izat
as Gary's Buddy
Tyler Cstari
as Little Ricky
Diego Diablo Del Mar
as Traveler
Skylar Radzion
as Yoga Dancer
James Hawksley
as Brock Geroux
Meredith Taylor-Parry
as Mrs. Jodorowski/Mrs. Van Deusal
Mitchell Verigin
as Gary (Cowboy #3)
Kelsey Collins
as Girl #1
Makambe Simamba
as Girl #2
Aiden Lang
as Young Ian
Natascha Girgis
as Arlene/Mean Woman
Bruce McCulloch
as Lloyd McKay
Andrew Phung
as Waiter
Tony Yee
as Shoe Store Manager
Spencer Streichert
as Nerd Partyier Dave
Allie MacDonald
as Belinda McKay
Rae Farrer
as Diner Manager
Michael Green
as Mr. Gabaldi
Nick Collins
as Pizza Delivery Guy
Alexa MacKell
as Melora
Braden Paes
as Beauregard
Varun Saranga
as Naseef
Mikaela Cochrane
as Hannah
Lois Holley
as Elderly Woman
Jerome Paton
as Younger Shinky
Ted Henley
as Anchor
Will Sasso
as Yogi Raymond
Allison Smith
as Joyce
Stephen Boersma
as Tough Guy
Andy Curtis
as Funeral Director
Dave Burchill
as Roadie
Caleb Ellsworth-Clark
as Marq
Ross Glendening
as Goon #1
Shawna O'Connell
as Diner #1
Gordon Rix
as Emergency Doctor
Peter Skagen
as World Weary Man
Kash Hill
as Young Ian
Dave Matthew Boddy
as Intimidating Roadie
Chris Enright
as Mr. Halloran
Julia Casorso
as Melissa Saunders
Telly James
as Henry
Allan Stickel
as Gross Gilman
Garry Campbell
as Deke (Policeman #1)
Peter Dorrius
as Kitchen Manager
Chris Craddock
as Barry
Marnie Madden
as Funeral attendant
Roger LeBlanc
as Roadie
Lawrence Lefebvre
as Nice Professor
Mandi Maxwell
as Van Party Girl
Lydia Lau
as Principal
James R. Cowley
as Buddy
Justin Tofteland
as Customer
Tiffany Lee
as Fan Girl
Jenise Jarrell
as Teenaged Girl (Diary)
Dylan Koroll
as Cool Guy
Chantal Perron
as Darci Gabaldi
Terry Lawrence
as Security Guard
Atticus Mitchell
as Andrew Shinky/Archibald Shinky
Meg Farhall
as Receptionist
Marco Antonini
as Pork Chop
Bud Klasky
as Butcher
Chad Stanley Martin
as Soaking Wet Butcher
Shae Keebler
as Diane Gabaldi/Diane Amon
Braydon Dowler-Coltman
as Ninja #2
James Dugan
as Spud
Rohan Campbell
as Fan Boy
Dan Redican
as Carmine
Brighton McShee
as Young Lloyd
Erica Elliot
as Cute Girl #1
Jaia Talisman
as Grocery Woman
D'Arcy Browning
as Manager
Kurt Smeaton
as Van Man Dan
Jamie Macoun
as Flames Coach
Eric Peterson
as Rudolph
Bernard Starlight
as Bar Manager
Ryan O'Donnell
as McFarber
Arnold Pinnock
as Mr. Orenstein
Christopher Gasson
as Dave (Policeman #2)
Jillian Bauer
as Excited Girl
Jill Maria Robinson
as Funeral Outraged Woman
Athena Karkanis
as Gayle
Chantal Conlin
as Sabina (Sunshine Girl)
Ishan Davé
as Narendra Pridair
Sarah Troyer
as Christa
Jason Long
as Kevin

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

Awards

Awards & Nominations

Alberta Film & Television Awards (AMPIA Awards) 2016

Nominee

Alberta Film & Television Awards (AMPIA Awards)

Best Production Designer/Art Director

Nominee

Alberta Film & Television Awards (AMPIA Awards)

Best Costume Designer

Nominee

Alberta Film & Television Awards (AMPIA Awards)

Best Make-Up Artist

Canadian Screen Awards, CA 2016

Nominee

Canadian Screen Awards, CA

Best Direction in a Comedy Program

Nominee

Canadian Screen Awards, CA

Best Picture Editing in a Comedy Program or Series

Nominee

Canadian Screen Awards, CA

Best Comedy Series

Nominee

Canadian Screen Awards, CA

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role or Guest Role in a Comedic Series

Nominee

Canadian Screen Awards, CA

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role or Guest Role in a Comedic Series

Nominee

Canadian Screen Awards, CA

Best Photography in a Comedy Program or Series

Nominee

Canadian Screen Awards, CA

Best Picture Editing in a Comedy Program or Series

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