SERENDIPITY POINT FILMS, BARNA-ALPER PRODUCTIONS AND BIG MOTION PICTURES FIND BAKO’S G-SPOT IN HALIFAX

May 13, 2008, Toronto, Ontario — G-Spot, the provocative and hilariously sexy comedy series from Serendipity Point Films, Barna-Alper Productions and Big Motion Pictures for Showcase Television, announces that start of principal photography for Season Three began in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on Thursday, May 8, 2008. Production will continue on the eight new half-hour episodes through June 17, 2008. G-Spot Season Three will air exclusively on Showcase during the 2008/2009 broadcast year.

G-Spot Season Three will be more frank and sexy than ever as the trials and tribulations of Gigi played by Brigette Bako, the series’ star, creator and writer, continue to enchant viewers. The fun and craziness continues with Gigi, Stella (Heather Hanson), Roxy (Kimberly Huie), Rick (Ian Alden) and Livia (Stephanie Moore) and their adventures. With scandals galore and an unplanned pregnancy, their lives grow more complicated, more exciting and funnier than ever! In Season Two, Gigi kicked butt and stepped forward with both feet firmly planted in the uncharted territory of being a woman in Hollywood. In Season Three, our heroine Gigi lands a role in a television series and rekindles a romance with her high school sweetheart who encourages her to write about her life. It all seems perfect, until…

“They say the ‘third time is the charm!’” said Brigitte Bako. “We’re so thrilled to be back for a third season to further explore the lives of all of the characters—in 100% pure uncut G-Spot fashion!”

“The new season will continue to entertain and delight audiences. Brigitte’s unique style of comedy is brilliant and we also have a fabulous supporting cast. We’re so grateful to Showcase for their support and enthusiasm,” said executive producer, Laszlo Barna.

G-Spot Season Three is executive produced by Brigitte Bako, Laszlo Barna and David MacLeod. The series is being directed by Wendy Hopkins (Corner Gas), Stephen Reynolds (This Hours Has 22 Minutes) and Brian K. Roberts (Little Mosque on the Prairie). It is written by Brigitte Bako, Karen Hill and Johanna Stein.

G-Spot Season Three is produced by Serendipity Point Films, Barna-Alper Productions and Big Motion Pictures, in association with Showcase Television and with the participation of the Canadian Television Fund created by the Government of Canada and the Canadian Cable Industry, Film Nova Scotia, and with the assistance of the Nova Scotia Film Industry Tax Credit, the Ontario Film and Television Tax Credit, and the Canadian Film and Video Production Tax Credit.

Serendipity Point Films is a boutique motion picture production company that was formed in 1998 by Robert Lantos. Some of Robert Lantos’ producer credits include the Golden Globe and Academy Award nominated Eastern Promises, Academy Award nominated and Golden Globe winner Being Julia and the Golden Globe nominated Sunshine. Robert Lantos’ extensive television credits include Due South, ENG, North of 60 and Night Heat.

Barna-Alper Productions is one of Canada’s leading independent production companies. Renowned for its excellent dramatic and documentary production, the company has garnered numerous national and international awards over the years. The team is led by Laszlo Barna, a passionate advocate for the Canadian film and television industry. The company’s dramatic series slate is crowned by seven seasons of CBC’s DaVinci’s Inquest, honoured five times as Best Drama, and the award-winning crime-series Blue Murder for Global. Additional series include the Showcase original Show Me Yours, and Global’s ‘Da Kink In My Hair. With over 25 years of experience behind it, Barna-Alper continues making productions that are relevant to audiences around the world. For more information, visit www.bap.ca

Big Motion Pictures Ltd., based in Chester, Nova Scotia, is one of Nova Scotia’s leading independent film and television production companies. Launched in 1999 by Wayne Grigsby and David MacLeod, the company is committed to developing and producing top rated and award-winning television productions in partnership with both national and international broadcasters. Credits include the crime thriller Task Force for Global, the CTV Signature movie Blessed Stranger: After Flight 111, Sleep Murder for CTV, the acclaimed miniseries Trudeau and its prequel Trudeau II: Maverick in the Making for CBC, the miniseries October 1970 for CBC, and the miniseries Sex Traffic for CBC and Channel Four. Series include A Guy & A Girl and Snakes & Ladders, both for CBC.