Investigating Cardinal

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Investigating Cardinal

Year: 2018
Genre: Entertainment

The crime drama Cardinal has returned for season 3! This companion series gives an in-depth look at the new season – the villains, the mysteries, the drama – featuring exclusive interviews with series leads Billy Campbell and Karine Vanasse and many others – as well as behind-the scenes on-set access. Also, fans of the show can enjoy never-before-seen previews of each episode of the series as it premieres on CTV. No one brings you closer to the stars and the series than Etalk.

Episodes

Episode 1

'Cardinal' soon returns for a dramatic third season. We pick up right where season 2 left off - with the suicide of Cardinal's wife, a mysterious new villain and the complicated relationship between Cardinal and Delorme. Stars Billy Campbell, Karine Vanasse and more as well as renowned director Daniel Grou prepare us for a new season of drama and mystery. Plus, *SPOILER ALERT* see a sneak peek of scenes from the new season! 

Episode 2

Billy Campbell, whose portrayal of ‘Cardinal’ earned him a 2018 International Emmy nomination, reflects on the evolution of his character, the new season’s dramatic storylines and his passion for the show. Plus, get a glimpse of the next episode of Cardinal!

Episode 3

Respected Canadian director Daniel Grou (19-2, Vikings) directed Cardinal season 1, and returns for season 3. Daniel reveals all about directing the hit series, working with stars Billy Campbell and Karine Vanasse, and the challenges of bringing the world of Cardinal to life. Plus, see moments from Cardinal’s next episode!

Episode 4

Karine Vanasse (Pan Am, Revenge) is a household name in Quebec and plays Cardinal’s partner Delorme. What is it really like working with Billy Campbell? To where could her character and the relationship with Cardinal evolve? Karine opens up on set and back home in Montreal. Plus, a look at what’s to come this season!

February 8, 2019

Episode 5

The author of the Cardinal book series, Giles Blunt, takes us to the real-world locations in North Bay that inspired the world of Cardinal. His perspective on Cardinal, Delorme and the future of the series may surprise you. Plus, see exclusive scenes from the next episode of Cardinal!

February 15, 2019

Episode 6

That’s a wrap on season 3! Get a look behind the scenes at how the show’s big stars and behind-the-scenes crew make TV magic – including fight choreography, special effects and more.

March 8, 2019

Episode 7

Cardinal’s season 4 has already been green lit! What’s next for our favourite detectives, Cardinal and Delorme? Stars Billy Campbell and Karine Vanasse, director Daniel Grou and book series author Giles Blunt reveal their hopes for the future of the hit series.

March 8, 2019

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