30-year-old Owen Fenby loves his girlfriend. But he loves high school hockey more. Or does he? One by one, his friends are deserting his annual pilgrimage to the Wisconsin State High School Hockey Tournament, forcing him to confront some harsh truths about his bizarre obsession.
Madison is a Canadian television teen drama series produced by Forefront Entertainment Group in Vancouver and broadcast in 88 countries worldwide. After first run of 65 episodes on Global TV Network 1993 - 1998, it continued to air on Showcase and YTV in Canada 1998 - 2002. Madison was a hard-hitting teen drama of 30 minute episodes. The series tackled teens' serious life crises with realistic resolutions. The series was created originally for classrooms as a learning aid under the title of 'Working It Out at Madison', but networks fell in love with its gritty story lines and impressive acting. The producers were nominated for Best Dramatic Series at Canada's Gemini Awards for outstanding television in 1995, 96 and 1997. Madison had a talented cast that went on to strong acting careers: In 1996, Joely Collins won Canada's "Best Actress" Gemini Award at age 22. Barry Pepper went on to act in 'Saving Private Ryan' and The Green Mile' with Tom Hanks, 'Enemy of the State' with Will Smith, then he won an Emmy Award for Best Actor in a Mini-Series for his role as Bobby in 'The Kennedy in 2011. Another Madison actor, Will Sasso was a regular on 'MadTV' for several seasons and cast as Curly in 'The Three Stooges' film release in 2012. Actress Enuka Okuma has appeared in the hit series '24' and currently appears as a regular cast member of cop drama, 'Rookie Blue'.
Madison High is an American television pilot and a spin-off of the High School Musical franchise that was in production for the Disney Channel in the United States. Written by Lester Lewis, executive producer of Jonas L.A., and directed by Disney Channel Original Movie director Paul Hoen, director of Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam, Madison High began production for the pilot episode in March 2011. The television series was going to mark the first time that a Disney Channel Original Series was based on a Disney Channel Original Movie and the first crossover and spin-off between a Disney Channel Original Movie and a Disney Channel Original Series. However, Madison High is unlikely to be ordered because the series Dog With a Blog, starring G. Hannelius, who portrayed Wednesday in Madison High, was picked up by Disney Channel to series in 2012.
Famous Fights from Madison Square Garden was a TV sports series broadcast by the DuMont Television Network from September 15, 1952 to December 22, 1952. The program aired famous past boxing matches at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The program aired Monday nights at 9:45pm ET, was 15 minutes long, and was preceded by another 15-minute show Football Sidelines.