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  • S1 - Episode 1

    “The Other Davina”

    Soon after moving into their downtown loft, Davina (Kim Cattrall, HBO’S SEX AND THE CITY) feels strangely dissatisfied. She can’t bring herself to unpack and is only able to buy a single piece of uncomfortable furniture. Al (Don McKellar, SLINGS & ARROWS) struggles with their son Orlando’s (Nicolas Wright, White House Down) despair and the gritty reality of their new neighbourhood. In the end, Al befriends the local drug dealer (Clé Bennett, FLASHPOINT) and Davina has a disturbing delusion that confirms to her she is in crisis.

  • S2 - Episode 1

    Davina is unable to move on while living in the ultra-hip condo. She is haunted by memories of Al and their life together. She accepts an offer to bunk with Veronica and Roger, but that arrangement proves a little more complicated than expected. Meanwhile, Theodore puts his real estate license to good use and tries to help Davina find a new home. But moving isn’t as easy as she’d hoped; partly because Al’s spirit seems to be telling her to live near the lake. Once the condo is sold, a major faux pas by Roger forces Davina out of her sister’s house and she finds herself homeless. Eventually Sam comes to the rescue, offering Davina an unexpected sanctuary.

  • S2 - Episode 2

    Davina is slowly adjusting to island life when she has a surprising encounter with an old friend whose wife happens to be infamous radio host Sarah Thorn. Davina accepts Sarah’s offer to attend her ‘voice’ workshop, which turns out to be a woman’s retreat for the disenfranchised. Meanwhile Davina is frustrated by her inability to figure out Al’s computer password and when she discovers that Al and Sarah had a history, she wonders if she ever really knew him at all. Her frustration grows. When the workshop concludes and she finally finds her voice, she uses it to tell Sarah off. Finally, Davina has an epiphany and is able to crack Al’s password. When she does, she discovers a letter that proves that her doubts about him were unfounded.

  • S2 - Episode 3

    Davina needs to get rid of Al's clothes now that she's settled onto the houseboat, but she can't bring herself to just give them all away. She tries to fob items off on Sam and Theo, and, when that doesn't work, tries wearing them herself. Her unconventional look catches the eye of David, a charming personal shopper. There's an immediate spark, and their afternoon together turns into a heady whirlwind romance which might just prove too good to be true.

  • S2 - Episode 4

    Davina is thrilled when Orlando makes contact after an absence of several months. She is even more delighted that he has changed from a neurotic, pouting child into a happy, grounded adult. Not only has he become a fervent Christian, but he's in love with Cheryl; the woman who "saved" him. Impulsively, Davina invites Orlando and Cheryl to stay at the houseboat, but soon discovers that Cheryl is not exactly the angel that Orlando described. Davina turns to Sam for solace, and a little something more, which causes her vivid memories of Al to evolve dramatically.

  • S2 - Episode 5

    When Orlando surprises Davina with the news that he is getting married to Cheryl, Davina tries to patch things up with her, despite Imaginary Al’s objections. Meanwhile, Roger unknowingly hires Veronica’s ex-lover Lenny Gordon to represent him at his fraud trial, with painful consequences for all of them. And, after repeated efforts, Davina finally finds the courage to say goodbye to Al.

  • S2 - Episode 6

    A friend’s untimely death and unexpected bequest creates heartache for Davina. Meanwhile, as the wedding day draws near, Davina finally reconciles with her soon-to-be daughter-in-law. The sudden disappearance of William the dog forces Davina to face the reality of a life alone. But when she manages to navigate the crisis without anyone’s help, she feels empowered and, for the first time in years, at peace with herself. And then a mysterious Brazilian stranger enters her life.

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About: Sensitive Skin (Canadian TV series)

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  • Sensitive Skin is a Canadian black comedy television series. It is an adaptation of the British series of the same name, created by Hugo Blick. The show's six-episode first season was written by comedian Bob Martin and directed by Don McKellar. The series premiered on HBO Canada on July 20, 2014. The series was renewed for a second season, with production resuming in spring 2015 in Toronto. The second season, consisting of six episodes, premiered on May 15, 2016. On May 7th, 2017, the show's official Twitter account informed fans that the show was not picked up for a third season. (en)
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Sensitive Skin (British TV series)

Sensitive Skin is a BBC television comedy-drama series, produced by Baby Cow Productions for BBC Two. It stars Joanna Lumley and was first broadcast in 2005, with a second series following in 2007. Series 1 and 2 have aired on CBC Country Canada. Series 1 aired in Australia on ABC TV in mid-2007 (repeated 2009).

On 5 August 2008, BBC Video announced a DVD release. Sensitive Skin – The Complete Seasons 1 and 2 – a 2-disc set including all 12 original episodes from the First and Second Seasons.

Plot summary[edit]

Series 1[edit]

The first series is about an affluent couple, Al and Davina Jackson (Lumley), who live in metropolitan London. Along with their friends, Al and Davina struggle with sexual temptation and professional jealousy and try to cope with their fear of the future. Al is a pundit for a broadsheet newspaper and is paid to find imperfection in everything, while Davina works in an art gallery and is paid to make life more beautiful. But being 60 isn't simple – the couple's 30-year-old son, Orlando (James Lance), refuses to acknowledge adulthood, and Davina's sister, Veronica (Maggie Steed), and her husband, Roger, intimidate the Jacksons with their confident and controlled grasp of life.

Series 2[edit]

The second series sees Davina attempt to start her life again, six months after the death of Al. She embarks on a journey to rediscover personal happiness, however her efforts are hampered by the difficulties she faces in coping with grief alone and Veronica, who is still blaming her for everything she can.

Episode titles[edit]

Unlike the first season, season 2 featured individual episode titles

  • Episode 1: The Wilderness
  • Episode 2: Three Lost Loves
  • Episode 3: The Signals
  • Episode 4: Forever Jung
  • Episode 5: Kiss of Life
  • Episode 6: Here I Am

Main Cast: Season 2[edit]

Recurring Cast[edit]

Minor Cast[edit]

  • Simon Day as Mike (Episode 1)
  • Denise Black as Mike's wife (Episode 1)
  • Adam Rayner as Greg (Episode 1)
  • Lucinder Millward as Estate Agent (Episode 1)
  • Patrick Malahide as Leonard Richards (Episode 5)
  • Simon Williams (actor) as Matthew Clasper (Episode 5)
  • Deddie Davies as Deddie (Episode 2)
  • Blanche Williams as Blanche (Episode 2)
  • Sheila Collings as Sheila (Episode 2)
  • Dinah Nicholson as Woman 1 (Episode 2)
  • Marina Morgan as Woman 2 (Episode 2)
  • Keeley Dellar as Woman 3 (Episode 2)
  • Cate MacKenzie as Woman 4 (Episode 2)
  • Sophie Wu as Lucy (Episode 2)
  • Eileen Essell as Davina and Veronica's mother (Episode 3)
  • Nigel Terry as George Laughton Quentin Evelyn Henry Fitzgerald, a.k.a. Al (Episode 6)
  • Toby Longworth as Guest (Episode 6)

Reception[edit]

The series garnered great critical reception, praising the performances and the melancholic style, which set it apart from the standard cringe-driven comedies that had been in wide circulation since The Office. Public reception was also good, with people appreciating the return of Joanna Lumley and warming to the sparse comedic style.[1]

"One of the best pieces of television in years... Sensitive Skin, a portrait of a disturbingly disconnected ageing beauty whose marriage gradually disintegrates, is part comedy, part poignant drama, and is one of the finest performances of Lumley’s 38-year career" Jasper Gerard, Sunday Times[2]

DVD release[edit]

Sensitive Skin – The Complete Seasons 1 and 2 was released on Region 1 DVD on 5 August 2008. The two-disc collection includes all 12 episodes from the first and second seasons.[citation needed]

Canadian adaptation[edit]

Main article: Sensitive Skin (Canadian TV series)

A Canadian adaptation, starring Kim Cattrall, Don McKellar, Elliott Gould, and Colm Feore, premiered in fall 2014 on Movie Central and The Movie Network.[3] The 6-episode first season is written by Bob Martin and directed by Don McKellar.[3]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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Sensitive Skin (Canadian TV series)

Sensitive Skin is a Canadian black comedy television series. It is an adaptation of the British series of the same name, created by Hugo Blick.[2] The show's six-episode first season was written by comedian Bob Martin and directed by Don McKellar.[2] The series premiered on HBO Canada on July 20, 2014.[3] The series was renewed for a second season, with production resuming in spring 2015 in Toronto.[4] The second season, consisting of six episodes, premiered on May 15, 2016.[5] On May 7th, 2017, the show's official Twitter account informed fans that the show was not picked up for a third season.[6]

Plot summary[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Davina is a woman in her 50s who works in a gallery who has recently moved from the suburbs into an apartment in downtown Toronto with her neurotic husband Al, a pop-culture critic. She finds it difficult to adjust to life as she gets older, worried that her looks are fading and she has done nothing of substance with her life.

Season 2[edit]

Davina tries to adjust to life as a widow but her progress is hampered by frequent hallucinations of Al. She moves into a houseboat on the Toronto Islands and tries to forge new relationships.

Cast[edit]

  • Kim Cattrall as Davina Jackson: a middle-aged woman who is having difficulty with aging having been a noted beauty in her youth. She frequently hallucinates conversations with other people in which they give her sage advice or tells her what she wants to hear. Despite caring for her husband Al, she feels as though she could have done better than marry him.
  • Don McKellar as Al Jackson, Davina's husband: a neurotic pop-culture columnist who is also somewhat socially awkward.
  • Nicolas Wright as Orlando Jackson: Orlando is Davina and Al’s only son. Neurotic and depressive he often blames his parents for the way he feels. He has no sperm count and feels as though his parents resent him for being unable to give them a grandchild.
  • Bob Martin as Sam: Davina's friend and employer.
  • Colm Feore as Roger: Davina’s brother-in-law who values money above all else but is fired from his well-paying job and turns to art as a way to express himself. As an artist he develops an obsession with Davina who he makes the subject of most of his work.
  • Joanna Gleason as Veronica: Davina's conservative older sister who resents her for always getting what she wants.
  • Clé Bennett as Theodore: a drug dealer who hangs outside the Jackson's apartment he is befriended by Al and later Davina. He also has his real estate license.
  • Marc-André Grondin as Greg: a married archeologist that also teaches piano on the side and seduces his clients' wives. He initially tries to seduce Veronica, but after being fired by Roger is rehired by Davina to teach Al.
  • Elliott Gould as Dr. Cass: Al’s opportunistic physician he encourages Al to have a series of expensive medical tests not covered by OHIP.

Episodes[edit]

Series overview[edit]

Season 1 (2014)[edit]

Season 2 (2016)[edit]

Awards[edit]

The first season of Sensitive Skin was nominated for 6 Canadian Screen Awards and won four, including Best Actor in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role and Best Direction in a Comedy Program or Series for Don McKellar. The show also won two awards in the Craft Categories for Best Photography (Douglas Koch, "The Three Sisters") and Best Picture Editing in a Comedy Series (Matthew Hannam).[7][8]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Production Begins in Toronto on Movie Central and The Movie Network's New Original Comedy Series Sensitive Skin, Starring Kim Cattrall and Don McKellar". Corus Entertainment. October 31, 2013. Retrieved December 24, 2013.
  2. ^ abVlessing, Etan (October 31, 2013). "Kim Cattrall to Play Lead in Canadian Adaptation of BBC Dramedy 'Sensitive Skin'". The Hollywood Reporter. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved December 24, 2013.
  3. ^"New Canadian Dramedy SENSITIVE SKIN Premieres Sunday, July 20 at 8 p.m. ET/MT, on HBO Canada". CNW Group. June 2, 2014. Retrieved June 18, 2014.
  4. ^"Sensitive Skin Season 2: Kim Cattrall TV Show Renewed". The Huffington Post. December 5, 2014. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  5. ^"Kim Cattrall Returns to HBO Canada with Season 2 of Award-Winning, Emmy®-Nominated Original Series SENSITIVE SKIN, May 15 at 8:30 p.m. ET". Bell Media. April 5, 2016. Retrieved May 16, 2016.
  6. ^"SENSITIVE SKIN CANCELLED BY HBO CANADA". TV,eh?. May 8, 2017. Retrieved October 8, 2017.
  7. ^"2015 Canadian Screen Awards Television Winners". ACCT. March 1, 2015. Retrieved March 8, 2015.[permanent dead link]
  8. ^Playback Staff (13 January 2015). "Canadian Screen Awards '15: Craft category nominees". Playback. Retrieved 17 April 2017.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sensitive_Skin_(Canadian_TV_series)

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