Canada’s LGBTQ network, OUTtv, Nominated for 2017 Canadian Screen Award
January 17, 2017, Vancouver, BC, Canada – Canada’s LGBTQ network, OUTtv, has been nominated for a 2017 Canadian Screen Award for Best Reality/Competition Program or Series. The OUTtv team are thrilled by this nomination especially because Knock Knock Ghost is the only entirely original Canadian idea and format nominated this year.
“We are extremely proud of this nomination. Knock Knock Ghost has been very well received by OUTtv viewers and is also selling well around the world,” says OUTtv CEO Brad Danks.
“Knock Knock Ghost is a great show. I’m delighted by this nomination, which reflects the efforts of the creative team,“ says OUTtv executive producer Philip Webb
This show is a hauntingly humorous combination of three hilarious hosts and the afterlife. It is produced by Convergent Productions and airs on OUTtv.
On Knock Knock Ghost, no place is too haunted for a laugh! World class psychic-medium Jim Hunt, along with ghost hunters Richard Ryder and Brie Doyle, travel the country searching for proof of the afterlife. Journey with this hilarious team as they explore some of Canada’s most haunted locations, all while keeping their sense of humour.
Laugh and shiver your way through areas including Niagara Falls, Kingston and London – visiting haunting locations such as The Grand Theatre, Fort Henry and the St. Thomas Psychiatric Hospital.
Executive Producers: Philip Webb, Brad Danks
Director: Kyle Whitelaw