Next Episode of E.N.G. is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
E.N.G. (Electronic News Gathering) is a show that deals with the personal lives of a group of newscasters in a newsroom at a fictitious Toronto news station. Ann Hildebrandt is the executive producer of the news at station CTLS-TV 10. She is having a secret affair with Jake Antonelli, the young hotshot cameraman. Her world is rocked with the arrival of Mike Fennell, the new News Director who has an eye for ratings. Their opinions clash, but they only have the best interests of the station and their workers in mind.
Jake's recording of a police shooting causes racial tensions to rise in the city again.
Adam comes back to town amid rumours of financial problems that could spell the end for Channel 10. Mike is looking for other opportunities.
Budget cuts mean limited funds for a new reporter. At Kyle's insistence, actress Kelly Longstreet is brought on board but can she differentiate between reporting and performing?
Mac and Jane face creative differences over the theme of Jane's new show Oliver and Company.
Kelly takes on a bank with the help of a down-on-his-luck fish purveyor. Mike runs into a snag with his plans to move to Paris.
A feud between two suburban high schools erupts in violence. Ann has a date with Tom.
Mike visits a friend who wants help dying. Tessa and Jake attempt to make a commercial.
The investigation of a shady adoption agency forces Ann and Mike into uncomfortable roles.
Jane interviews the daughter of a musical legend and gets into hot water when she suggests she's a victim of sexual abuse by her father. Ann's poking into Tom's first marriage causes problems for him.
Could the story of a deadly sex scandal and a dead junkie be connected somehow? It looks like the new woman in Mike's life might be involved somehow.
Dan pursues a tabloid-style story and Ann considers a marriage proposal.
Ann declares her intentions to quit before getting married. The factory Jake's dad works at closes down.
Dan gets involved with an eccentric politician while covering a story on homeless shelters for children. Jake and Tessa struggle to get their company going.
JC and Jane struggle with personal issues that begin to affect their work. Ann attempts to present a balanced piece on violence against women.
An actor comes to town to research a role and decides to model his character after Jake. Channel 10 gets a new, young assignment editor.
Oliver and Company investigates body image and cosmetic surgery. Ann deals with a health problem.
Channel 10 hosts the Night of Hope Fundraiser. A statue donated by Adam Hirsch is stolen from a local gallery.
It's time for the annual Broadcast Journalism awards and Channel 10 is nominated.
Sherry Miller(Jane Oliver)
Theresa Tova(Marge Atherton)
Sara Botsford(Anne Hildebrandt)
George R. Robertson(Kyle Copeland)
David Cubitt(Bruce Foreman)
Mark Humphrey(Jake Antonelli)
Art Hindle(Mike Fennell)
Karl Pruner(Dan Watson)
Neil Dainard(J.C. Callahan)
James Millington(Seth Miller)
Jonathan Welsh(Eric MacFarlane)
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