After so much time I’m finally getting around to uploading screen captures of Steve’s previous projects. So, with that said, let’s start with Steve’s last guest appearance on the show ‘Schitt’s Creek’ which originally aired February 11th, 2020.
Steve was a guest on CityTV’s original series Hudson and Rex recently as Jack Hudson. You can check out over 400+ high quality screen captures and 4 episodic stills in the gallery now.
VanCourier.com — The verdict is in on the Canadian courtroom drama “Street Legal.”
The CBC announced recently it has decided not to continue the series beyond six episodes.
The show debuted in March and was a reboot of the original Gemini Award-winning series that ran from 1987 to 1994.
Cynthia Dale starred in both the original series and the new incarnation, which saw her lawyer character working at a small upstart.
While the original version was a hit, the CBC said the reboot didn’t pull in the ratings it had hoped for.
“We are proud of ‘Street Legal,’ which had a strong creative and producing team and cast led by the talented Cynthia Dale,” Sally Catto, CBC’s general manager of programming, said in a statement.
“After thoughtful consideration, we have made the difficult decision not to continue beyond six episodes. While the series resonated with a smaller audience than we had hoped, the finale on Monday is a must-see for the show’s dedicated fan base.”
Airing on CBC-TV and the CBC Gem streaming service, the new “Street Legal” also starred Cara Ricketts, Steve Lund, and Yvonne Chapman. Other returning cast members included Eric Peterson and Anthony Sherwood.
“I will always be head-held-high proud of this show; I will always, always know in my gut that it was a really good show; and I will always, always, always hold the incredible joy we had when we filmed this deep in my heart,” Dale tweeted on Saturday.
Former CBC News anchor Peter Mansbridge, who is married to Dale, expressed disappointment with the cancellation on Twitter.
“I’m biased, but it feels like killing a quality Canadian show in a one-and-done fashion is short-sighted,” Mansbridge tweeted on Saturday.
“Good content can build support over time, by peer-to-peer influence. Smart investment in quality needs to be patient, otherwise the CBC loses the plot, not just a show.”
I’ve added over 1,500+ HD screen captures of Steve as Adam Darling from the final 4 episodes of Street Legal into the gallery. Check them out below:
I’ve added over 150+ HD screen captures of Steve as Adam Darling from the second episode of Street Legal into the gallery. Check them out below:
I’ve added over 200+ HD screen captures of Steve as Adam Darling in the series premiere episode of Street Legal into the gallery. Check them out below:
Sabsah.Libsyn.com — One things for sure – we at SEA AND BE SCENE have certainly enjoyed watching today’s guest over the years – from guest starring on shows like HAVEN, Reign and Frankie Drake Mysteries to starring roles in shows like the SyFy smash BITTEN and all kinds of truly romantic leading roles for the Hallmark Channel – Nova Scotia born actor STEVE LUND has given us plenty to celebrate over the years. So you can imagine how thrilled we were to hear he’ll be starring in the forthcoming CBC series STREET LEGAL – indeed the mega award winning long running drama is returning to prime time TV Starting Monday, March 4 and once again starring Cynthia Dale as the always fierce Olivia Novack but this time she’s got a a brand new team of lawyers to practice with and face off against – Steve Lund will star as the brash young lawyer Adam Darling – So we’ll talk about that new project and so much more – including what hockey brought to his life, his stance on social media and his great respect for the fans. We’ll also play an enlightening round of Insights IN 10 and get to first things first. BUT FIRST i gotta tell ya this whole interview was a first for SEA AND BE SCENE… AND HEARD now given the nature of this show and the crazy busy career of my guests so often in lieu of the ideal sit down we catch up over the phone – that’s not new – the fact that the guest was calling me – all the way from the tip of the southern most tip of the African Continent… that my friends is a first! Here’s my super-far, transatlantic phone call with the one and only Steve Lund.