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Welcome to my Due South Pages. Scroll down for the 14th Annual Gemini Award nominations. Added a new message board, and All's Well, a short story I wrote in May 1997 that is an alternate Call of the Wild, pt. 2.

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Attention European fans! ORDER Due South videos in PAL format from Blackstar.com, your source for the best PAL videos and Region 2 encoded DVDs! All four series are currently available in their Due South zone.



The 14th Annual Gemini Award Nominees have been announced! Due South's final season garnered the following nominations:
  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role: Paul Gross (Call of the Wild Part 2); Callum Keith Rennie (The Ladies Man)
  • Best Direction in a Dramatic Series: George Bloomfield (The Ladies Man)
  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role Dramatic Series: Salome Bey (Mojo Rising)
  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series: Ramona Milano (Dead Men Don't Throw Rice)
  • Best Production Design or Art Direction in a Dramatic Program or Series: Sandra Kybartas, Armando Sgrignuoli (Call of the Wild Part 2)
  • Best Visual Effects: Jon Campfens, Barb Benoit, John Cox, Mark Savela (Call of the Wild Part 2)
Series lead and producer Paul Gross (Constable Benton Fraser) and Dean McDermott (Constable Turnbull) were just two of the celebrity guests who participated in last year's Lights! Camera! Auction! in Toronto. Check out their website for photos, and the final auction tallies, and information on this year's Lights, Camera, Auction!.

Amazon.com is now accepting orders for the Due South: The Official Companion by John A. MacDonald, published by Key Porter Books.

It's official: TNT has purchased Due South's first three seasons! According to the TNT FAQ, they air in the 6 pm ET/PT time slot Monday through Friday, and at 11 am ET/PT on Saturday. For more info, check out DUE SOUTH on TNT.

Check out Total TV for the Top Ten Due South fan sites!

total tv's top ten due south sites

Due South airs on TNT at 6:00pm EST weekdays, 11:00 am Saturdays. Here's what's airing on TNT

Note: the above listings are for the United States only. In Canada, listings are available on-line from JAM! clickTV.

Confused? Then check out the Cheat Sheet and get yourself updated as to what's changed between 2nd and 3rd series.


Links of Interest | Image Gallery | Articles | Merchandise

Paul Gross

David Marciano

Callum Keith Rennie


Constable Benton Fraser

Detective Ray Vecchio

Detective Stan Kowalski

Diefenbaker

Victoria

and a cast of thousands . . .


The Due South Frequently Asked Questions List

Music Credits (Season One) compiled by Scott Cooper and Tara O'Shea

Episode Guide (Season One) by Scott Cooper

Episode Guide (Season Two) by Scott Cooper, compiled by LJC

Episode Guide (Season Three) by Scott Cooper, compiled by LJC (incomplete)

Drinking Game (Season One) concocted by LJC and Perri


Links of Interest | Image Gallery | Articles | Merchandise

All images are Copyright Due South/Alliance Communications Corp; 1994-1999 and are used here without permission. This is a fan run website completely unaffiliated with Due South or Alliance Communications Corp.



Tiny mounties, all in a row

Acknowledgements: This site was made almost entirely possible thanks to the friendship and support of Mr. Scott Cooper, script co-ordinator extraordinaire and author and maintainer of the Official Due South Site. Thanks go out to him especially for a) putting up with ludicrously long voice mails, punctuated by occasional screams, and generally for staying my friend despite bouts of fannish behaviour and my descending upon him like a horde of locusts one windy, cold March week, and b) letting me drag him into this whole mess to begin with, back before there were any mailing lists or webpages, and I was just some girl who rang up the offices once a week. Special thanks also go out to series creator Paul Haggis, who likewise put up with me way back when.

Last modified September 21, 1999
by Tara LJC O'Shea

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