Because life doesn`t go in reverse.

Homecoming with Kirby Morrow, Siobhan McCarthy & Freddie Wong.

We are very pleased to share with you Episode 3 – “Homecoming” in our PARKED series.

Homecoming: what secrets do you have on your computer? What would you not want the IT guys from your partner’s school to find out about. Tim arrives home and immediately wishes he had actually deleted that home movie.
Starring (Kirby Morrow) as Tim, (S. Siobhan McCarthy) as Jenn and (Freddie Wong) as Freddie the IT guy Read more!

PARKED’s S. Siobhan McCarthy wins the WIFT Banff Scholarship

S. Siobhan McCarthy
Toronto, ON – Women in Film & Television – Toronto (WIFT-T) is pleased to announce Siobhan McCarthy as the recipient of the 2014 WIFT-T Banff World Media Festival Scholarship, providing one WIFT-T member with mid- to senior-management experience, with a full delegate pass to attend the Banff Media Festival, June 8 – 11, 2014.
“WIFT-T is very pleased to partner with BANFF for this scholarship for a second year,” says Heather Webb, WIFT-T Executive Director. “The Banff World Media Festival will provide Siobhan with exceptional business development and career advancement opportunities.” Read more!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Josh (Matty Granger) explains green beer to Sylvie
All of us at PARKED hope you and yours have a very happy #stpaddysday

May the #luckoftheirish be upon you so that you don’t get too hung over from #greenbeer and #whiskey

Please enjoy our #stpatricksday #special

#getparked this #stpattysday

Dressed in shades of green St. Patrick’s Day costumes, Tim (Kirby Morrow), Jesse (David Lewis), Davinder (Sean Amsing) and Josh (Matty Granger) share nips of green beer and drams of concealed whiskey at their local Family Drop-in Centre. Here, they share a wee Irish limerick with Sylvie, Tim’s Daughter to explain to her just what exactly St. Patrick’s Day is really all about. Read more!

Parked Launches with Hard Target

PARKED Episode 1: Hard Target by parkedtheshow

Wow, it seems like only four years ago that I stood outside on my back porch after another insane night of bath time madness and hilarious bedtime buffoonery and took an exhausted breath, cracked open a beer and lit a smoke and wondered how anyone ever thought having a kid was normal, and why there wasn’t a show about all of this crazy shit that happens to you as a parent, as a dad…as a man. So I started writing one with a friend of mine, with no idea what to do with it or even if I would finish it. Read more!