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Wind at my Back Cast: Hey, I Wonder Where They are Now?

Table of Contents

1. Wind at My Back was a treasure

2. Shirley Douglas

3. Buy a Box Set From Amazon

4. Katherine Greenwood

5. Dylan Provencher

6. Tyrone Savage

7. James Carrol

8. Now You Know

1.Wind At My Back was a Treasure

Discovering the television show Wind at My Back was like finding a hidden treasure. Unfortunately, like many shows, I found quite a while after it had finished production. So, because it was no longer running, I become curious about what the stars, such as Dylan Provencher and Shirley Douglas, were doing now. Were they still acting? Where else, if anywhere, could I catch their work?

Wind at my Back is a gem of a show set in the 1930's during the Depression, in the fictional town of New Bedford, Ontario. The show aired from 1996 to 2001, but I did not find it until 2010, almost a decade after it stopped shooting. Fortunately for me and other fans, the networks still keep it going, as it plays at 12:00 p.m. and 2 a.m. on Bravo Network. It also available in various networks throughout the US and other countries.

So, wanting to know about the actors from Wind At My Back, I did some research and managed to track down some of the actors from this show, and see what they are doing now.

In the U.S., this show runs at 7:00 p.m. daily on the Inspiration Network (ISPN).

In Canada, you can view it on Bravo Network daily at 10:00 a.m.

Shirley Douglas in a candid moment

Shirley Douglas at the opening of gardens dedicated to her father, Tommy Douglas.

Shirley Douglas at the opening of gardens dedicated to her father, Tommy Douglas.

2. May Bailey: Shirley Douglas

At the centre of the town, New Bedford, is a stubborn and independent woman, May Bailey, who has taken over her husband's mine after he passed away, and never lets someone else's feelings get in the way of saying what she believes. May is the grand matriarch, and almost everyone else is a bit intimidated by her overbearing ways.

May Bailey is played by the very well-known Canadian actress, Shirley Douglas. Shirley is a powerhouse individual who is both a very strong actress, and a very strong voice in politics. The daughter of famous Canadian Tommy Douglas, who is known as the "father of Canadian Healthcare," she is also famous for once being married to Donald Sutherland, and being the mother of Hollywood star, Keifer Sutherland.

Cute Video from Ms. Douglas

Douglas got her start as an actress on the stage, trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in England, and has alternated between television and the theatre throughout her career. In 1997, she appeared in a Canadian production of The Glass Menagerie , with her son, Keifer Sutherland, and even did a narration part in the children's series, Franklin in 2000.

Since leaving Wind at My Back, at the age of 65, she has acted in several television episodes, including individual episodes of Corner Gas , Robson Arms and Degrassi: The Next Generation. She also portrayed Madeline Albright in the TV Movie, Road to 9/11, in 2006 and starred in another TV movie, The Christmas Shoes, in 2002.

Like her father, Shirley herself is an outspoken advocate for publicly funded healthcare. As recently as 2010, she spoke up in the media, writing a letter to the editor concerning the issue. She also has done numerous media interviews on the issue, and is knowledgeable and articulate in her arguments. Like her father before, she is passionate about politics and about Canada.

Yes, Ms. Douglas, does seem quite a bit like her character, May Bailey. She is ambitious and full of energy and passion, and never seems to give up. She is still active in politics, and I wouldn't be surprised to see her name on another movie, or in the television credits, in the not-too-distant future.

3. Watch A Whole Season At Once

If you like the show, sometimes it's nice to have it in a box set, so you can watch a whole season at once, at your convenience! These box sets are available at Amazon. The inks are below, along with a brief synopsis of each season.

If you live in Canada, and would prefer to buy from the Canadian Amazon site, you can buy the videos through the following a-store set up with Canadian A-Store: I Wonder Where They Are Now.


Season 2

Season 1

Season 4

Season 3

Season 5


4. Grace Bailey: Kathyrn Greenwood

Grace Bailey was one of the only single (although very briefly married) characters on Wind at my Back, and she seemed to add some glamour to the show. Infatuated with female celebrities, and always reading fluffy women's magazines that her mother despised, Grace was beautiful and funny, but never quite lucky in love.

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Kathyrn Greenwood, born in Scarborough, Ontario, trained as an actor at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and then got her first gig working for the Second City comedy troupe, which produced such legends as John Candy, Eugene Levy and James Belushi, and stayed there for five years.


Since working on Wind at My Back, Greenwood has appeared in the Canadian sketch comedy series, The Royal Canadian Air Farce , and This Hour Has 22 Minutes, as well as the hilarious, Whose Line is it Anyways?

Presently, she is involved in a stage act called Women Fully Clothed , which has received rave reviews for its sketch comedy. This troupe, with five women with Second City origins, tours around the world, features what the Eugene Levy calls the "funniest women in Canada."

In the series, Wind at My Back, Grace Bailey is a character who is spontaneous and fun, and willing to take risks. It seems that Kathryn Greenwood in real life is also a risk-taker, taking on the most difficult form of comedy: improvisation, and taking on the challenge of a five-woman show that goes worldwide.

Wind at My Back Christmas

5. Hub Bailey: Dylan Provencher

Hub Bailey, the handsome grandson of May Bailey, whom we watch grow from a preteen boy into a mature young man, was played by Dylan Provencher. Although a prolific child actor, acting in several television series and TV movies, Provencher did not do much acting after his stint on Wind at my Back.

Instead Dylan runs a real estate business with his brother, Sean, in the Toronto area. Their website gives some insight as to how Dylan made the switch from the entertainment industry to real estate. Family members advised him and his brother to invest in properties, and the two were so good at choosing properties that they decided to pursue real estate as a career.

Although he has given up a career on the screen, he puts creativity into his business, using "innovative approaches to customer service," according to the brothers' website.


6. Fat Bailey: Tyrone Savage

Fat Bailey, Hub's younger brother, was always getting into trouble, and never seemed to be able to conform to his family's expectations. He was jealous of Hub, who seemed to be good at everything, and in one memorable episode actually duked it out with his brother.

Fat was played by Tyrone Savage, who was a child actor who had played in some kid's television shows, such as Goosebumps, and did a fair bit of voice-over work, including a voice role in the same show Shirley Douglas narrated for, Franklin.

What has Tyrone been doing lately? In 2009, he did voice work for the teen comic series, Stoked. He has also done some television work over the years. For the most part, though, he has been acting on the stage, with roles in Romeo and Juliet, Arcadia, and A Musical Called Robin Hood.

Most notably, Savage is currently a member of a the theatre group called Red One Theatre Collective. According to its website the group is devoted to creating "an immediate and visceral theatrical experience for the viewer by deconstructing the artifice of traditional drama." The group goes to sites not normally associated with a stage, and creates a show.

Promo for "Wind At My Back"

7. Max Sutton: James Carroll

Max Sutton was the lead male role in the series, providing a steady source of strength and encouragement to the Bailey family by marrying Honey and becoming a stepdad to the boys. He was also a teacher, a writer, and the leader of all the sports activities in New Bedford. Max was the picture of cool, and always seemed to do the right thing, in spite of a rather sketchy past, which is alluded to once in a while.

James Carroll, who played Max Sutton, studied acting at La Salle University, and worked as an actor both in theatre and television before joining the show. His jobs varied from Shakespearean roles, to a part on Magnum P.I..

Since finishing up Wind at my Back in 2001, Carroll has kept busy. He has done some television movies, including Deacons for Defense, and The Gathering in 2007. He has also appeared in numerous T.V. episodes, including Wonder Falls and True Crime Scene. His latest gig was a voice-over in the video game, Red Dead Redemption.

8. Now You Know

Of all the cast members I have researched, all have stayed and made their careers in Canada. Most have stayed in acting, more on the theatre side of the business. Two cast members, Savage and Greenwood, are now involved in independent theatre groups. One cast member, Provencher, has turned his back on the entertainment industry altogether.

So, now you know where they are now, and the next time you watch the show, Wind at My Back, you will be able to place these actors into the present day.


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kitty or fatkat on April 06, 2020:

thankyou for the whole show and I am sad that ma BAILY has passed on, I will always know ma BAILY only bythat name.she is always in my heart

Nancy on July 20, 2019:

Like Bonnie Valls, I found this wonderful show in 2018. I love the music, the characters and the values this program projects. Great talent by Sullivan and all involved : )

Bonnie Valls on February 16, 2019:

I just found this wonderful show the later part of 2018. I love it. I found it on BYU network . Hope they play it through all the seasons.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on May 04, 2013:

Winston's Mommy, I haven't heard anything about a reunion show. Thanks for the comment. Nice to meet a fellow fan!

winston's mommy! on May 02, 2013:

Love the show!! Watched it years back, and have just 'found' it again. It's sad that it didn't go for longer.....any chance of a 'reunion' show??

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on April 28, 2013:

@Randy, thank you for that piece of information about their Mom. I had read some conflicting reports about her, but that had not come up. Thanks again!

Randy on April 25, 2013:

The original mother of Hub & Fat quit the show because she was a "Big Whig" in Hollywood and became an eXclusive Home Decorator to the Elite 1% of the world.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on October 12, 2012:

Tru, it's a fantastic show if you like historical dramas. Very good acting and good for all ages. Thanks so much for coming by, and commenting. Have a good day!

LaZeric Freeman from Hammond on September 28, 2012:

I'm aware of it, but haven't had a chance to see it yet. Sounds interesting.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on August 10, 2012:

Don, that's great that you have the whole season. I agree that it was sad to see it end, because it was just so well done. Thanks for dropping by!

don mcelhaney on August 09, 2012:

my wife and i have watch every episode, today we saw the last one; our comments;in our life THE BEST OF TH BESTwe are sorry it had to end.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on July 02, 2012:

Karel, that's wonderful! I know what you mean. There is something so pure and inspiring about this show. I am glad you came by. Take care!

Karel on June 29, 2012:

It is June 2012 & I have only just discovered WAMB, Yet what a treat it has been _ I get to see it 3x aday between INSP & BYU channels. I love it so much & it truley feels like escaping the trials of this world for a bit. Not since 'Anne of Green Gables' (I was in my twenties then) have I been so enthralled, so pleasantly taken away (albeit for just an hour). I really do thank God for this programming as it has healed so much of my depression - it has been divine providence that I found this show - thank you kindly.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on June 14, 2012:

Carrie, Grace was such a beautiful woman, both inside and out. Thanks for the comment; it's nice to meet a fellow fan. Take care!

Carrie on June 12, 2012:

Grace looked lovely with all those curls in her hair on Wind at my Back, enjoyed the show very much.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on May 14, 2012:

Barb, thank you so much for the comment. Yes, it truly is a gem. And I appreciate the update. I will have to go and check my times again, because they seem to always be changing. Have a wonderful night and thanks so much for the comment. Take care and God bless you!

Rapturegal on May 09, 2012:

Praireprincess, I just wanted to express my appreciation for keeping us up to date on the WAMB cast. I was stunned to discover this gem 2 years ago and now it's become my favorite show of all time. The acting and "craftsmanship" are superb in every way.

Here in the states I watch the show at 11a.m.{PST} M-F on INSP .... also at 2p.m.M-F on the BYU Channel. On Fridays BYU airs another episode at 5 and 8p.m. in case newer fans are interested.

Blessings, Barb.:)

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on April 26, 2012:

Vic, I agree with you. She really was! Too bad she couldn't have found someone like you on the show; she seemed to have the worst luck with men. Have a great night and thanks for the comment!

VIC GRILLO on April 26, 2012:


Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on April 24, 2012:

@djs, that is a very good question. I have not heard anything like this, but I will keep my ears open. Thanks for coming by!

djs on April 23, 2012:

will there be a reunion in the future?

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on March 27, 2012:

Sarah, that's neat that you last one first and then were able to tie it altogether. It is great watching the small boys grow up from being very little to young men, over the seasons. Thanks for stopping by. Take care!

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on March 27, 2012:

@SM Wood, I appreciate your comment. That is neat to hear that you find the show authentic, having lived through that era. I am sure the makers of the show would feel good knowing they have truly captured that time.

Yes, Grace does go through her boyfriends. She finally lets go of Del after they torture each other but can never commit. Then, she becomes fond of a new teacher that comes to town but neither one is ready. After that heartbreak, she is vulnerable when con artist Van comes to town looking for a mark.

Grace, like so many real single people, can never get her timing just right, and it's not from lack of trying.

Again, thanks for the comment and take care!

Sarah in San Diego on March 26, 2012:

Thanks for the info. I stumbled on the Christmas Special in December because I watch nearly every Christmas show I can. After thinking about the special for a few days I noticed the Wind at My Back part and thought there might be other shows. We found the series and began recording the episodes. We were lucky to start at the 1st episode and we've almost completed the last season now. It was really interesting to try to tie the beginning episodes to the Christmas special years later. My husband and I really enjoy the show, it will be a real loss when we finish the series.

S.M. Wood on March 22, 2012:

We've been watching this wonderful program for just a few months.

We love it. Being in our 70's, we remember the 40's so well. New Bedford is so much like the small towns my husband and I were raised in. I am somewhat confused about Grace and her love life. We are only aware of Del and he just left town to find work in another place. So, when does this man named Van come into the picture. It is hard to pick favorites but I do love the acting of Shirley Douglas and the boyishness and cuteness

of Tyrone Savage. So like one of my 5 grandsons (and 2 boys)

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on March 14, 2012:

Brenda, I appreciate your comment. Yes, it really is a treasure of a show. And it actually has a plot, unlike the "reality shows!" Take care.

Brenda on March 12, 2012:

I'm addicted to the show. I too don't like all of the reality shows and was blessed to find this on the INSP channel, Mon-Fri @ 1:00 p.m. in Texas. I just wish there were more episodes. I love the hats they wore.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on February 28, 2012:

Donya, thanks for the comment. I wasn't able to find much information on Cynthia, and that is why I did not include her in the piece. The show really is a treasure, isn't it? Take care!

Donya on February 27, 2012:

Finding your page was to fun! I love Wind At My Back. There does not seem to be lot of recent information out there about the cast. Have you any info on Cynthia Belliveau? Honey is my favorite character on the show. Would love to know what she is doing now and just more about her and her career. All of the actors are superb and they have given us, the viewers, a real treasure in this series!

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on February 21, 2012:

Jeani, that is so great! It is such a wonderfully written show, and I think you were very blessed to grow up in such a town. Thanks so much for the comment. Take care.

jeani.gurl on February 10, 2012:

I love this series. I only discovered it this year. I record it at two different times each day. I grew up in a town very similar to New Beford. I love the nostalgic feel and the simplicty and beauty of that way of life.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on February 01, 2012:

Sandra, my apologies for not responding to your comment earlier. I was not aware that that had been cancelled again. I will check it out and make the change to the article. That is a real shame. Thanks for the comment, and take care!

Sandra Weddle on January 18, 2012:

I am so disappointed that WAMB has been taken out of the 6:00 CST time slot. We looked forward every evening to watching it. Now it comes on only at 1:00 p.m. and we cannot watch because of work.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on January 03, 2012:

Charles, that is such an astute observation! I know what you mean about Tyrone Savage: he really does look so wholesome and boyish! I am so glad you enjoyed the hub and thanks for your great comment! Take care.

Charles on January 03, 2012:

My wife and I surfed the channels and found this jewel of

a family caught up in the great depression, and the tough

times Canadians as well as United States Americans went

through. I keep looking at Tyrone Savage and he reminds

me of many of Norman Rockwells paintings. Simple, beautiful and so well done. Thanks for airing the seried

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on December 26, 2011:

@Lydia, it really is an amazing show, isn't it? It's a rare gem that is vintage but definitely not dated. Thanks for coming by!

@Linda, I'm glad you found the show, too. It really is first class, and I agree with you about Shirley Douglas. She is an amazing actress. Take care!

Linda on December 23, 2011:

Just wanted to add that I LOVE May Bailey. Shirley Douglas does a fantastic job in that role.

Linda on December 23, 2011:

My husband and I are also "hooked" on this show. I found it while channel surfing. I love this show. We've seen most of the episodes and will really miss not seeing new ones.

lydia on December 14, 2011:

This is the BEST show of all time!!! Beautifully portrayed by very talented actors!! American T.V. must have been jelous not to have shown this wonderfull series, is all I can think of, having 'found' the series on the INSP. channel only last year. Sorry to see it end.A rare piece of perfection!!!

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on December 05, 2011:

Hi Kathy! It's nice to meet another fan. It really such a great show. Take care.

kathy on December 05, 2011:

I found the show by channel surfing and now I'm home every night to watch it. It is heart warming and real. I too would like to see more shows like this.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on November 23, 2011:

Oh wow! Thank you so much for adding this information to this hub! I remember the conversation where she breaks up with Jim, but I don't know if I saw the part where her future husband sees her. Nice little tidbit!

I am so glad they brought the show, back, too. Thanks for stopping by and for the great comment. Take care!

zebrabeech on November 23, 2011:

grace met her husband where she tells toppy that she and jim flett are not going to be a couple as jim cannot yet get over the death of his wife... she is in the street with friends laughing and her future husband sees her across the street (he is at the auto repair place) and says that she is perfect! later on you find out that she was perfect because she is the image of the princess in the painting her husband uses in his cons... thing is, thing is van (not her husband's real name) sweeps her off her feet and winds up falling in love with her as he does so... best series on television, i was so so disappointed when they put the brady bunch on in its time slot and was simply delighted when viewers got it back on... YAY INSP, you are an inspiration...

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on November 15, 2011:

Ken, so true! This show was done very, very well. It really is far above the reality fare we are being so often these days! And Kathryn is wonderful; I agree. Thanks for stopping by!

Ken Scott on November 15, 2011:

I think it is a shame that the people in Hollywood cannot create a show of this quality anymore . Keep it up Sullivan's. God and those of us watching are with you. I love Kathryn Greenwood.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on November 05, 2011:

Jim, it is an amazing show, isn't it? I agree that it is a good family show. I haven't seen the show you refer to: Rich Man Poor Man. I will look out for it. Thanks for the comment!

Jim Veater on November 04, 2011:

I am sad that Wind at your Back isn't still going froward. We need more shows like this. Me and my family

can't wait til tomorrow to see the next part. I love this show and wish i could find another one like it. Best i've seen since Rich Man Poor Man

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on October 21, 2011:

Marlen, it's nice to meet a fellow fan. You know what? I don't think I've seen that episode, either, where she actually met him. But when she marries him, she goes to his house in the country and there are hilarious antics where they fool some very rich people and Grace is unwittingly part of the action!

Marlen Carson on October 19, 2011:

I just love this series..unfortunatly when they put it back on every day they skipped the episode where Grace met her husband...I've tried to find a site to watch it on line but have not been very sucessful..they never seem to actually let you watch it..could you catch me up?

thank you

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on October 10, 2011:

Gnome, those are great descriptors: simplicity and warmth. It's nice to meet another fan. Thanks for dropping by!

Gnome de Plume on October 08, 2011:

I, too, found this show by accident and fell in love with its simplicity and warmth. I have now seen the entire series and the Christmas episode finale. It is a wonderful show that can be enjoyed by the entire family.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on October 05, 2011:

@Migdalia, it is on the ISPN station. I don't know if you get that one or not, but if so, it's on at 7 p.m. nightly. It is such a treasure of a show. Take care and thanks for commenting!

@PM, I am excited that it's back on, too. The schedule has also changed for Canada but at least they have not completely obliterated it. I agree that there is far too much reality television show on. It gets wearying to always watch something without a plot or any character development. Thanks for the wonderful comment!

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on October 05, 2011:

Linda, that's great that you discovered this great show. It was a real find for me, too. For the sake of space, I did not include all the actors but she's a wonderful actress, too! She just did a movie called "The Power of Three" in 2010 and she played a recurring role on "Degrassi: The Next Generation" as Mrs. Mason, including a movie based on the series called "The Rest of My Life."

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on October 05, 2011:

@Nada, it is showing on ISPN at 7:00 p.m. daily now. I hope you can get that channel! Thanks for the great comment. I agree with you that it's a top-notch show and it's great that you got your husband watching it, too.

@Diane, yes, thanks for the update. I checked the ISPN website and it's a go for the show. So many people like it and I am so glad they're not cancelling it. Take care.

PM on October 04, 2011:

Just heard that INSP has put Wind at my Back into their weeknight line up again because of viewer request. It is so nice that someone has actually listened to the viewers and so nice for us that like to watch something other than reality TV. I only found this show this summer and it has moved to the top of my must watch shows. I am disappointed that I have not been able to see the show from its start. It has been a little jumbled for me. I wish it would start all over again from episode one and follow through. I really enjoy this show!!!

Migdalia on October 03, 2011:

I missed this show and all the characters. Too bad that INSP stop showing the reruns here in America. The best show ever.

Linda on October 02, 2011:

Do you know what Robin Craig is up to these days? I loved her as Toppy Bailey.

Linda on October 02, 2011:

I love "Wind At My Back". When we changed our provider to Dish that is the first time I saw this program on Inspiration Network. So glad we made the change.

Diane Norris on October 02, 2011:

So glad to hear that plans for the show have changed and it will be on at 7PM, EST during the week. It is a great show with fantastic actors/actresses. Looking forward to watching the show each evening.

Nada Alyne Maness on October 01, 2011:

My husband and I had just started watching "Wind At My Back in July when I was at my sister's home. We have been telling everyone about it and now I understand it will not be running except on Sunday's. I truly hope not. It made out day!

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on September 27, 2011:

Karen, I am sorry to hear that. I don't know if they are doing that in Canada but I haven't heard anything. It really is a great show. Thanks for the comment!

Karen on September 26, 2011:

My husband and I found WAMB on INSP this summer and have gotten totally hooked as well. We are disapointed that INSP will be moving the show to once a week on Sunday afternoon instead of daily. But I guess it's better than taking it off alltogether. Thanks for the cast updates.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on September 18, 2011:

@Doug, that is so cool that your wife got you into the show. It IS such a great series. Thanks for dropping by!

@Rachel, I really like Grace, too. I agree that it's better than those shows, too. It's just so well written. Thanks for coming by!

Rachel Miller on September 16, 2011:

I started watching the show, this summer 2011, I didn't realized it aired in 1996. I, so enjoy the series. It airs on INSP at 1:00 just when get home from school. My favorite character is Grace (Kathyrne Greenwood). Why is it we never got the show in Texas in 1996. I don't want to upset anyone but I like it better then, The Waltons and much better then Little House, Dr, Medicine Women.

Doug on September 12, 2011:

My wife first started watching the reruns of the show, she got me watching a few and then we were both hooked on watching it, when ever it is on.

It is a a great series.

Wish the series continued or more like it. Would like more Wholesome family shows.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on September 08, 2011:

Peggy, thanks so much for your useful comment. I will have to get on that and update this article to reflect this new information. It is a great show!

Peggy Jackson on September 07, 2011:

To prarie princess:The show is carried all over, just depends on what cable stations you subscribe to.

I stumbled across it by accident. even my hubby who is not much for sweet and sentimental, enjoyed it. As one commenter said she found in on an insprational channel. The call letters for that channel are INSP. It also carries The Waltons and wil begin carrying Little House this fall. BYU channel also carried WAMB this past year.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on August 09, 2011:

Hi labdogmom, thanks for stopping by! I know what you mean -- it is hard to believe it's been that long since they stopped producing. You sound like a huge fan, too! It was fun researching all the actors and I agree with you about "Hub." He was such a strong actor!


labdogmom4 on August 05, 2011:

It is so nice to place where all the actors are now.I am still shocked that it has been over 10 yrs since the show stopped production. Of all the people I thought would stay in it was "Hub". Never saw the show here in the states while it was in production. Only found it on a small inspiration station by accident. I fell in love with it right away. It was in the middle of the seasons when I found it and watched it till the end.And then watched it all the way through again and then the movie. again. I am glad that they were able to do the movie to kind of tie up loose ends. Non the less I wish it could have continued a little while longer.. Just such good acting, they become like family.

thank you for finding out the information. Boy has "fat" grown up!whew!

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on February 15, 2011:

Tammy, that's interesting. From what I read, it said that this show was distributed in the USA, but probably not to every state, then. It was a good show, but I suspect it had a loyal but small following. Thanks for the comment...nice to talk to you again!

Cogerson, thanks so much for reading and commenting. I'm glad you liked the videos. Both Greenwood and Douglas are both quite hilarious, even though the show itself wasn't a comedy. Take care!

UltimateMovieRankings from Virginia on February 15, 2011:

Very informative...really liked the videos...thanks for posting...voted up

Tammy L from Jacksonville, Texas on February 14, 2011:

There aren't too many Canadian produced shows that filter this far south. "Da Vinci's Inquest" is the only one I can name from recent times and it is in reruns itself.

Sharilee Swaity (author) from Canada on February 14, 2011:

rpalulis, thanks so much for the comment. I find Who's Line is it Anyways just so, so funny, too.

Kashmir, it was marketed in the USA,when it was on primetime, but I'm not sure if it is still on reruns there as it is in Canada. Thanks, Happy Valentine's Day to you, too!

Thomas Silvia from Massachusetts on February 14, 2011:

Hi prairieprincess, I've not see or even heard of this TV show, but i don't watch much TV so that could be why or maybe this program is not in the U.S. .

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rpalulis from NY on February 14, 2011:

Nice, I have never seen wind at my back, I too usually am behind on great shows. Loved the videos, I use to watch who's line is it anyway's all the time. Hilarious stuff.

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