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Encyclopedia > Bliss (TV series)
Bliss
Format Softcore
Country of origin Canada
No. of episodes 24
Production
Running time 30 min (including commercials)
Broadcast
Original run March 21, 2002April 4, 2004
External links
IMDb profile
TV.com summary

Bliss was a Canadian produced, half hour dramatic television series, produced by Montreal-based Galafilm and Toronto-based Back Alley Films, an anthology of women's erotica. The series ran from 2002 to 2004. Softcore is a form of pornography that is less explicit than hardcore pornography in depicting or describing sexual behaviour. ... is the 80th day of the year (81st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... The year 2002 in television involved some significant events. ... is the 94th day of the year (95th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... The year 2004 in television involved some significant events. ... A television program is the content of television broadcasting. ...


The format of the show—short, sensual vignettes adapted for television—airs on Oh! Oxygen in the US and Showcase, TMN and Movie Central in Canada. The Oh! logo Oh! Oxygen, currently available in 65 million homes, was launched in 2000 and carries programming aimed at young women. ... A showcase is a performance or exhibit highlighting the work of a performer or group of performers, a particular culture or ethnic group, or of a nationality. ... This article concerns the telecommunications protocol model TMN. For the Canadian television network see The Movie Network. ... Movie Central is a Canadian premium television service available in Western Canada and the territories which was launched on April 1, 2001, and is owned by Corus Entertainment. ...


The show concentrates on the portrayal of women’s fantasies from a female perspective. The episodes are directed and written by women.


The series is distributed by Oasis International in Toronto. The first two seasons are available on Region 1 DVD.

Contents

Episode list

Season 1

  1. "Valentine's Day in Jail" 21 March 2002 - Guest stars: Torri Higginson, Adam Beach
  2. "Six Days" 21 March 2002 - Guest stars: Michelle Duquet, Callum Keith Rennie
  3. "Guys and Dolls" 21 March 2002 - Guest stars: Jenny Levine, Peter Wingfield
  4. "The Value of X" 21 March 2002 - Guest stars: Tara Spencer-Nairn, Paul Lemelin, Rachelle Lefevre, Jason MacDonald
  5. "Voice" 28 March 2002 - Guest stars: Mikela J. Mikael, David Lovgren, Veronica Hurnick
  6. "Leaper" 4 April 2002 - Guest stars: Michelle Lipper, Millie Tressiera, Paule Ducharme
  7. "The Footpath of Pink Roses" 11 April 2002 - Guest stars: Victoria Sanchez, David Pauls, Maurizio Terrazzano
  8. "In Praise of Drunkeness and Fornication" 18 April 2002 - Guest stars: Gina Wilkinson, Frank Schorpion, Paul Hopkins, Mitsou Gelinas, Peggy Mahon, Daniel Pilon

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Season 2

  1. "Three" 14 February 2003 - Guest stars: Jennifer Podemski, Ben Bass, Bob Cryer
  2. "Nina's Muse" 14 February 2003 - Guest stars: Thea Gill, Troy Ruptash
  3. "Cat Got Your Tongue" 21 February 2003 - Guest stars: Wendel Meldrum, Sherry Miller, Gianpaolo Venuta, Mark Taylor
  4. "The Marvellon" 28 February 2003 - Guest stars: Leslie Cottle, Lynda Boyd
  5. "Chastity" 7 March 2003 - Guest stars: Cara Pifko, Andrew Tarbet
  6. "Office Management" 14 March 2003 - Guest stars: Rachel Hayward, David Cook
  7. "The Piano Tuner" 21 March 2003 - Guest stars: Shannon Lawson, Alan Van Sprang
  8. "Aural Sex" 28 March 2003 - Guest stars: Danny Gilmore, Raven Dauda

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Season 3

  1. "Tango" 15 February 2004 - Guest stars: Larissa Gomes, Victor Gómez
  2. "Penelope and Her Suitors" 23 February 2004 - Guest stars: Stephanie Morgenstern, Sebastian Spence
  3. "Tying Up Gerald" 1 March 2004 - Guest stars: Shary Guthrie, Peter Wingfield, Katya Gardner
  4. "Badness" 8 March 2004 - Guest stars: Zoie Palmer, Jason Pollard
  5. "Amazon" 15 March 2004 - Guest stars: Jessica Greco, James Gallanders
  6. "The Arrangement" 22 March 2004 - Guest stars: Pamela Sinha, Cas Anvar
  7. "Les Petits Mots" 29 March 2004 - Guest stars: Patricia McKenzie, Michel Francoeur
  8. "Steph's Life" 5 April 2004 - Guest stars: Robin Brûlé, Allan Hawco

  Results from FactBites:
 
HD Bliss - HDTVs, HD Movies & HD DVD Player Review Guide (2168 words)
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As the entire TV industry is effectively built around analog CRT televisions, everything that is plugged into, broadcasting or interfacing in any way with a CRT Television is designed to establish the best possible connection to the TV set.
NASCAR.COM - Conversation: Mike Bliss - Aug 31, 2005 (2911 words)
Mike Bliss has won championships in USAC and in the Craftsman Truck Series, but he's never seen challenges as steep as he's faced this season in the Nextel Cup Series.
Bliss and crew chief Bootie Barker have begun to make some noise in the No. 0 Chevrolet as the series heads to California Speedway for the Sony HD 500 on Sunday.
Bliss took time out to talk about his future with Haas CNC Racing, Bristol mayhem, his spats with Jeff Gordon, the future of USAC's Silver Crown Series and who he feels is the best driver in racing.
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