Private Eyes (TV series)
Private Eyes (during production first known as The Code) is a Canadian comedy-drama television series inspired by the novel of the same name by G.B. Joyce, created by Tim Kilby and Shelley Eriksen starring Jason Priestley and Cindy Sampson as the two protagonist private investigators solving crimes in Toronto.
|Based on||The Code by G.B. Joyce|
|Opening theme||"Private Eyes" by Dear Rouge|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||40 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||43-45 minutes|
|Picture format||1080i (HDTV)|
|Original release||May 26, 2016 –|
In Canada, the series first season of ten episodes premiered on May 26, 2016 on Global. Seasons two (split into two nine-episode batches) and three were shown in Canada each summer from 2017 to 2019. In the United States, the series premiered on February 11, 2018 on Ion Television.
- Jason Priestley as Matthew Kevin "Matt" ("Shadow") Shade, a hockey player turned private investigator.
- Cindy Sampson as Angela Susan "Angie" Everett, Shade's feisty boss and later P.I. agency partner at Everett Investigations. She inherited the agency after the death of her father.
- Barry Flatman as Don Shade, Matt's father, a retired electrician who now owns the Red Bird Diner.
- Jordyn Negri as Juliet "Jules" Shade, Matt's visually impaired daughter.
- Clé Bennett as Detective Derek Nolan (seasons 1-2), a police detective who is initially antagonistic towards Angie.
- Ennis Esmer as Detective Kurtis "Maz" Mazhari, an old friend of Angie's who often helps her and Matt in their investigations.
- Nicole de Boer as Becca D'Orsay, Matt's ex-wife and host of a TV breakfast show.
- Jonny Gray as Liam Benson, Jules' boyfriend.
- Bree Williamson as Melanie Parker (season 2), a Crown prosecutor who hired Angie and Matt in the episode "The P.I. Code" to investigate jury tampering, later started dating Matt until the episode "Getaway With Murder."
- Mark Ghanimé as Dr. Ken Graham (season 2), Angie's ex-fiancé who appeared in the episode "Between a Doc and a Hard Place." They start dating again at the end of the episode and Angie finds Ken's engagement ring, discovering his plans to propose to her, but keeps this secret to herself. He officially proposes to her in the episode "Getaway With Murder," but she turns him down.
- Samantha Wan as Zoe Chow (season 2-present), a former client whom Angie hires as a secretary.
- Sharnon Lewis as Shona Clement, former owner of the Red Bird Diner.
- Kris Lemche as Eddy Conroy (seasons 2-3).
- Ruth Goodwin as Danica Powers (season 3), a rookie policewoman who works under Maz's supervision. She is later promoted to detective.
- Linda Kash as Inspector Carlson (season 3), Maz and Danica's commanding officer.
- Mimi Kuzyk as Nora Everett, Angie's mother, a former gambler and small time con.
- Adam Copeland as Ben Fisk
- William Shatner as Norm Glinski, a rival P.I. and old nemesis of Angie (season 2-3).
- Lucas Bryant as Sergeant Ellis (season 2-3)
- Colin Ferguson as Dominic Chambers (season 2-3) a con man who worked with Dana to distract Matt by pretending to be the brother of an old teammate while Dana uses Angie.
- Laura Vandervoort as Dana Edson (season 2-3).
- Charlotte Arnold as Jen
- Doug Gilmour as himself
- Daniel Negreanu as himself
- Kardinal Offishall as himself
- Aneesa Badshaw as Exotic dancer
Production and broadcastEdit
A second season was confirmed and production started in fall 2016 in Toronto. On March 27, 2017, Ion Television picked up the exclusive rights to broadcast the series in the United States, where it is presented as an original series for the network, airing new episodes Tuesday nights with a rebroadcast episode on Sunday nights. The first half of the second season premiered in Canada on May 25, 2017 and concluded on July 20, 2017. The second half premiered on May 27, 2018 and concluded on July 29, 2018. On September 21, 2017, Global ordered a 12-episode third season set to start airing in spring 2019. On May 30, 2019, the day after season three premiered, Global renewed the series for a 12-episode fourth season, to air originally in spring, however it has rescheduled to summer of 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which began production in July 2019.
Throughout the series Shade drives an iconic 1969 silver Porsche 911 (classic) S  that helps set a distinctive tone to Shade's character and the show. The car has a personalized license plate SHADE 17.
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||10||May 26, 2016||July 28, 2016|
|2||18||9||May 25, 2017||July 20, 2017|
|9||May 27, 2018||July 29, 2018|
|3||12||May 29, 2019||August 7, 2019|
Season 1 (2016)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||1||"The Code"||Kelly Makin||Tim Kilby & Shelley Eriksen||May 26, 2016||272778-1||1.441|
|Matt "Shadow" Shade, a former pro hockey player, connects with private detective Angie Everett to solve a case of his protege's career being sabotaged.|
|2||2||"Mise En Place"||Kelly Makin||Alan McCullough||June 2, 2016||272778-2||1.36|
|When an old friend of Shade's finds the body of a celebrity chef and is not sure how she got there, he and Angie must work while avoiding an antagonistic detective to clear the friend's name and find the real murderer. Meanwhile, Shade's daughter Jules wants to get a braille tattoo.|
|3||3||"The Money Shot"||Anne Wheeler||Tara Armstrong||June 9, 2016||272778-3||1.061|
|Shade and Angie are called to investigate a suspected diamond heist, which turns out to be the disappearance of a prized race horse. Things take an interesting turn when Angie's mother Nora turns up and must deal with her bookie. Shade finally takes the PI exam.|
|4||4||"The Devil's Playground"||Shawn Piller||Derek Schreyer||June 16, 2016||272778-4||1.23|
|When a famous author is a victim of arson, Shade and Angie follow several leads including the author's estranged daughter and two male fashion designers who are not what they seem. Meanwhile, Shade and Jules clash over her new study partner/boyfriend Liam.|
|5||5||"The Six"||Charles Officer||Tassie Cameron & Marsha Greene||June 23, 2016||272778-5||0.932|
|In Toronto's hip-hop scene, full of ego and unreliable witnesses, Shade and Angie must find, and try to protect, a 14-year-old witness to a violent nightclub shooting. Meanwhile, Shade drives himself crazy and irks Angie, trying to find out which mystery man Angie spent the night with, while simultaneously struggling to keep a promise to Jules.|
|6||6||"Partners in Crime"|
"The Two-Minute You"
|Robert Lieberman||Tim Kilby||June 30, 2016||272778-6||0.953|
|When Angie's friend is bankrupted by identity thieves, she and Shade discover the thief uses speed dating events to gather personal information quickly, so they go in as customers, with a side wager as to who can get the most date requests. Meanwhile, after realizing Jules is pulling away from him, Shade meets a woman named Simone at a bookstore.|
"Big Trouble In Little Korea"
|Jerry Ciccoritti||Shelley Eriksen & Derek Schreyer||July 7, 2016||272778-7||0.921|
|Shade accepts a client without asking Angie: Jay, the owner of a karaoke bar who suspects he is being followed after his friend disappeared. Angie is skeptical, especially after they quickly discover that Jay is a drug dealer. While he maintains his innocence, he isn't very forthcoming. But as Shade and Angie put the pieces together, they realize Jay is trapped between a kingpin and a shady cop. Meanwhile, Jules is excited when some high-school seniors become her friends, but she soon learns some hard lessons about friendship.|
|8||8||"I Do, I Do"||Robert Lieberman||Marcus Robinson||July 14, 2016||272778-8||0.86|
|Shade and Angie are hired by a distressed husband to confirm whether his wife has a stalker. Meanwhile, Jules' mother/Shade's ex-wife, Becca, returns from Italy and stays with them, causing some turbulence in the Shade household.|
|9||9||"Disappearing Act"||Kelly Makin||Alan McCullough & Marsha Greene||July 21, 2016||272778-9||0.931|
|Detective Mazhari (Maz) asks Angie to find a magician who vanished from police custody and prevent any fallout. Meanwhile, Becca confirms she's staying in Toronto and starts complicating Shade's life when she lines up a gig co-hosting a show together.|
"Four Weddings And A Tribunal"
|James Genn||Shelley Eriksen||July 28, 2016||272778-10||0.88|
Angie's cousin's wedding is disrupted when the groom's heirloom tiara is stolen. Nora (Angie's mother) is the police's prime suspect. Angie doesn't want to get involved but Shade sets out to prove Nora's innocence. Meanwhile, Becca starts manipulating Shade into a new unfair custody agreement for Jules that restricts his time with her, and he must decide how much of the truth to reveal to Jules.Angie goes on vacation with detective Nolan, giving Shade the keys to her father's office. Inside, he falls off his chair and finds an envelope from her father taped under the desk.
Season 2 (2017-2018)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|11||1||"The Extra Mile"||Jason Priestley||Alan McCullough||May 25, 2017||272778-11||0.866|
Angie returns from vacation to find Shade being thrown out of the agency's window, and learns that he has a new case. His friend's racing team has suffered a rash of vandalism to their property, and the skilled driver has been receiving death threats. While investigating the world of racing, they learn that the case ties to a hit-and-run from months earlier, and that there are more secrets than anyone realized. Shade meanwhile comes to terms with the new custody arrangement Becca has forced on him, but realizes she may not have Jules's well-being at heart.Angie is given the letter that Shade found under his desk, and discovers a key inside.
|12||2||"Boardwalk Empire"||Rob Lieberman||Marcus Robinson||June 1, 2017||272778-12||0.868|
Angie and Shade are called by Zoe Chow, a resident of a small building who thinks someone is moving her things around while she's away to spook her. They are skeptical upon realizing she has no money to pay them, but when other residents report similar issues, they begin to suspect the building manager is trying to force them out as part of a blockbusting scheme. Meanwhile, Don is offered a retirement package and must determine whether he wants to take it.Angie finds the key belongs to a safety deposit box, and gets a surprise from her father. In the end, Zoe is hired by Everett Investigations as an assistant.
|13||3||"The Frame Job"||Gail Harvey||Thomas Pound||June 8, 2017||272778-13||0.785|
|The principal of Jules's private school asks Shade to determine the validity of an allegation that a female teacher is in a sexual relationship with a student, before she has to report it to the board of directors. Things initially don't look good, but they soon suspect the work of an elusive school club. Meanwhile, Shade meets Jules’s new boyfriend, Liam, while Zoe tries to hide a hole she made in the agency's wall.|
|14||4||"Crimes of Fashion"||Shawn Piller||Tim Kilby||June 15, 2017||272778-14||0.883|
|Becca sets Everett Investigations up with a simple job: escort new clothing for a fashion show she's reporting on for an up-and-coming designer. However, the vehicle transporting the clothes gets hijacked, and Shade and Angie now have 48 hours to find the clothing to save the designer’s future, Becca's career, and their own reputation. They soon realize they are not the only ones searching and that the van may have been stolen for something other than the clothes.|
|15||5||"Now You See Her"||Kelly Makin||James Thorpe||June 22, 2017||272778-15||0.826|
|A brilliant orchestra conductor hires Shade and Angie to find his missing fiancée. But there’s a catch: she died three years ago. On the trail of a ghost, Shade and Angie unearth a dark secret with fatal implications for everyone involved.|
|16||6||"The P.I. Code"||Sudz Sutherland||Derek Schreyer||June 29, 2017||272778-16||0.932|
|Crown Prosecutor Mel Parker hires Shade and Angie to investigate jury tampering during a high-profile murder case. The suspect is Norm Glinski, a rival PI who once worked for Angie's father, who claims the defendant is innocent. After Shade and Angie find evidence supporting Glinski's theory, Mel fires them from the case. With Glinski's help, they uncover the real murderer and exonerate the defendant. Afterwards, sparks fly between Mel and Shade. Meanwhile, Don struggles to balance his new personal and business relationships.|
|17||7||"Between a Doc and a Hard Place"||Kelly Makin||Jackie May||July 6, 2017||272778-17||0.971|
|Angie and Shade are hired to find out who's targeting a pro bono medical clinic run by Dr. Ken Graham, a former flame of Angie's. Angie believes Ken is a victim, but Shade suspects Ken is hiding something. Shade is reluctant to go public about his relationship with Mel, causing friction between them. After the case is solved, Angie and Ken resume their relationship, and Shade and Mel reconcile.|
|18||8||"Six Feet Blunder"||Jill Carter||Katrina Saville||July 13, 2017||272778-18||0.874|
|Shade and Angie are hired to find a missing body, but they wind up uncovering a scheme to bury millions of dollars. Angie walks out on Ken after discovering her old engagement ring in his drawer.|
|19||9||"The Good Soldier"||Lee Rose||Alan McCullough||July 20, 2017||272778-19||1.043|
|Shade and Angie investigate the case of a missing army cadet. Jules makes plans to study abroad and Shade worries whether she can take care of herself so far away from home. Angie and Ken reconcile and decide to take things slow, and Mel meets Shade's family.|
|20||10||"Kissing the Canvas"||James Genn||James Thorpe||May 27, 2018||272778-20||0.923|
|When a boxer asks Shade to prove a match was fixed, Shade and Angie bring Nora in as a gambling adviser. The case reunites Shade with a former manager who stole most of his money, reopening old wounds. Zoe and Maz try to get closer, but with mixed results.|
|21||11||"Long Live the King"||Charles Officer||Thomas Pound||June 3, 2018||272778-21||0.951|
Shade and Angie go undercover when the king from a Medieval Show believes someone is out to take his throne by whatever means necessary. At first it looks like he suffers from mental illness, but looking into his former job at a toy company reveals a deeper secret that makes him look less paranoid than expected.Note: The Medieval Show shown in this episode bears similarities to Medieval Times, a popular attraction in Toronto (and elsewhere).
|22||12||"Getaway With Murder"||James Genn||Marcus Robinson||June 10, 2018||272778-22||1.099|
|Shade and Angie are hired by the owner of a luxurious rustic lodge to investigate an infidelity case, but the suspected adulterer ends up dead. Shade and Angie clear his name and expose a more complicated scheme. Zoe and Maz are set up on a blind date to an escape room by Shade and Angie. Angie turns down Ken's marriage proposal, and Mel breaks up with Shade.|
|23||13||"A Fare to Remember"||Anne Wheeler||Tim Kilby||June 17, 2018||272778-23||1.217|
|After a routine sting operation that finds him driving a taxi, Shade picks up an unexpected fare from a murder suspect who takes him hostage. Sensing that he may be innocent, Shade takes him on as a client, while Angie looks into the case from the outside, finding the real culprit and nearly getting killed in the process.|
"The Wife Aquatic"
|Eleanore Lindo||Katrina Saville||June 24, 2018||272778-24||1.186|
|Shade and Angie discover the high-paced world of black market exotic animal trafficking when Maz's sister Sila comes to them for help to recover a critically endangered octopus that has gone missing from Ripley's Aquarium. Jules is forced to rethink her relationship with Liam as she prepares to study abroad.|
|25||15||"The Hills Have Eyes"||Anne Wheeler||Derek Schreyer||July 8, 2018||272778-25||1.091|
|A young boy with a drone obsession reports his substitute teacher missing, thinking she was murdered by her next-door neighbour. While investigating, Shade and Angie uncover a drug-dealing operation and find out that things aren't always what they seem in this suburban community. Meanwhile, Don enlists Zoe's help to track down Shona's estranged son so that she can reconnect.|
|26||16||"Look Who's Stalking"||Sudz Sutherland||Jackie May||July 15, 2018||272778-26||1.029|
|As Becca tries to transition from talk show host to serious newscaster, she starts receiving threats that seem to come from the person who stalked her years previously, when she was a meteorologist for a different TV channel. Becca hires Shade and Angie, who investigate several possibilities, before exposing the real stalker and a shady deal involving a recycling program and a mayoral campaign. Meanwhile, a blood drive at the police department exposes Maz's fear of needles and Zoe tries to help him overcome his fear.|
|27||17||"Brew The Right Thing"||James Genn||James Thorpe & Kim Morrison||July 22, 2018||272778-27||1.247|
|Shade and Angie are hired by a pair of brothers who are concerned that someone is trying to sabotage their craft brewery, which recently won an award. What at first looked like simple corporate espionage gives way to something more sinister fermenting in the suds, as the decades-old mystery of the disappearance of the brothers' father comes to light. Jules realizes she still has feelings for Liam after talking to Zoe at the diner, and she and Liam have a heart-to-heart near the end of the episode.|
|28||18||"Shadow of a Doubt"||Shawn Piller||Alan McCullough||July 29, 2018||272778-28||1.135|
|Shade and Angie's partnership is tested when a client named Dana hires them to recover a hard drive containing illegally obtained personal photos from her former workplace. Meanwhile, Dominic, who says he is the brother of Shade's hockey buddy from many years ago, enlists his help to steal back a meaningful (and expensive) hockey puck from his ex-wife's boyfriend. Turns out it was all a front to steal a hard drive full of Canadian state secrets, and Angie gets arrested for espionage. What will happen to her? Guess we'll find out next season!|
Season 3 (2019)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date ||Prod.|
|29||1||"Catch Me If You Can"||Shawn Piller||Alan McCullough||May 29, 2019||272778-44||1.12|
|Angie's in jail for stealing a hard drive with state secrets on it, after falling for a client's false story meant to play on her emotions. While evading the federal investigator trying to find evidence to prove Shade was an accessory to the theft, Angie and Shade work to catch the real thieves and prove Angie's innocence. Once the main plot resolves, Angie helps another inmate (guest star Jann Arden) get legal representation to prove her innocence and tracks down her daughter to prove that some people do care about others.|
|30||2||"Full Court Press"||Shawn Piller||Katrina Saville||June 5, 2019||272778-45||0.954|
|A basketball player asks Angie and Shade to investigate when his wife is caught on film apparently having an affair. Maz and Zoe decide to break up.|
|31||3||"Cut and Run"||James Genn||Alexandra Zarowny||June 12, 2019||272778-46||1.021|
|Nora is back with a beau who hires Shade and Angie after his clinic's database is hacked. Shade learns just what Jules has been up to in Italy.|
|32||4||"The Life of Riley"||James Genn||Derek Schreyer||June 19, 2019||272778-47||1.114|
|A motorcycle shop owned by one of Angie's acquaintances is vandalized and she and Shade must uncover the culprit. Don becomes full owner of the Red Bird after Shona moves to Trinidad to be with her son. Maz is forced to mentor an enthusiastic young rookie officer.|
|33||5||"The Grape Deception"||Eleanore Lindo||Marcus Robinson||June 25, 2019||272778-48||0.979|
|Angie's college roommate calls for help when a bottle of wine is stolen. Shade has trouble dealing with how Jules has changed during her time in Italy.|
|34||6||"Hog Day Afternoon"|
"So You Think You Can Kill!"
|Jason Priestley||James Thorpe||June 26, 2019||272778-50||1.066|
|Angie and Shade end up in the middle of a hostage situation in a high-rise office.|
|35||7||"Dance, Dance Retribution"|
"She Slices, He Dices"
|Eleanore Lindo||Tim Kilby||July 3, 2019||272778-49||0.950|
|When Becca calls on Shade and Angie to investigate a series of potentially supernatural accidents that threaten to derail her new TV special, the PIs find themselves tap-dancing their way through the cutthroat world of reality television.|
|36||8||"The Conroy Curse"||Anne Wheeler||Story by : Aaron Bala |
Teleplay by : Katrina Saville
|July 10, 2019||272778-51||1.074|
|Deputy Conroy needs Angie and Shade's help with a murder case.|
|37||9||"It Happened One Fight"||Anne Wheeler||Shannon Masters||July 17, 2019||272778-52||1.219|
|Angie and Shade investigate the mysterious collapse of Zoe's cousin, a rising young martial artist.|
|38||10||"Tex Therapy"||Sudz Sutherland||Alexandra Zarowny||July 24, 2019||272778-53||1.117|
|Shade and Angie investigate Tex, a charming man with amnesia who may be linked to an expensive art heist.|
|39||11||"Aye, Aye, Tonya"||Sudz Sutherland||Tim Kilby & Derek Schreyer||July 31, 2019||272778-54||1.089|
|Shade and Angie think they're uncovering a simple case of infidelity when they're swept onto the high seas aboard a pirate-themed cruise ship where costumes, treasure, and eye patches are just a cover for a more insidious scheme. Angie's romance with Tex heats up.|
|40||12||"Glazed and Confused"||Gail Harvey||James Thorpe||August 7, 2019||272778-55||1.351|
|After an attempt on his life, Angie's long-time nemesis Norm Glinski fakes his own death, and hires her and Shade to investigate. Danica is promoted to detective. Angie debates whether to leave town to visit Tex. Shade encounters a surprise ending when a woman claiming to be his daughter shows up.|
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- Tex Therapy (2018 - 60 min)
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- Aye, Aye, Tonya (2018 - 60 min)
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