19-2 moves to CTV for final season

Season four of the police procedural will bow on CraveTV ahead of its broadcast premiere date.
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After three seasons on Bravo, Bell Media is moving 19-2 to CTV for its final season.

The one-hour police drama will air Mondays at 10 p.m., with a broadcast premiere date set for July 31. As Bell Media has done for many other CTV originals, the series will bow on CraveTV one day ahead of its CTV air date. Seasons one to three are also available to watch on the SVOD. In a release announcing the move, Pat DiVittorio, VP of programming, CTV and specialty said Bell Media wanted to “amplify” the final season by offering it to audiences on CTV and CraveTV.

Produced by Sphère Média Plus and Echo Media in association with Bell Media, the eight-episode final season follows police officers Nick and Ben as they navigate systemic corruption in Montreal while dealing with a shared personal tragedy. The series stars Jared Keeso and Adrian Holmes (the latter of whom took home the CSA for best actor in a dramatic series this year).

Bell Media announced in September that the critically acclaimed series would end after its fourth season. The show is an adaptation of the original French-language production, also produced by Sphere and Echo, which ran for three seasons on Radio-Canada.

Executive producers on the series are Jocelyn Deschênes, Virginia Rankin and Josee Vallee from Sphère, Luc Châtelain from Echo and showrunner Bruce Smith. Writers on the series are Smith (Cracked), Nikolijne Troubetzkoy (Call Me Fitz), Lynne Kamm (8 Count), with Jackie May (Van Helsing) and Greg Nelson (Saving Hope) joining the writers’ room for the final season. Louis Choquette (This LifeVersailles) and Sturla Gunnarsson (Motive) will return to direct the fourth season.