It seems as though the fanlisting fad has come and gone... at least in my life.

I'm far to busy, working as a professional web designer/developer to maintain my fanlistings. And quite frankly, I've lost interest.

It has been several years since I've updated many of these sites. As much as it pains me to say this, I think I'm going to start shutting things down. I love my fanlistings dearly, and it was a tough decision to make, but its been in the back of my mind for quire some time.

TFL seems to be down at this current moment, as I'm writing this, so I can't even submit closed forms. I'm keeping these open for right now, but I will be closing them. If anyone wants to adopt, feel free to email me at .

All that being said, I'm planning to keep a couple of these sites, as sort of mini fansites (not sure how much time I'll have to keep them up todate), but some of these, I'm just not willing to part with entirely. I'll be dropping the fanlisting portion of all of them, either way, so if you want to adopt the fanlisting, that's totally fine.



Adoptable Fanlistings

In the meantime, here are my current fanlistings.

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Class of 2006

A New Day

A New Day Categories: + Adoption » Available for Adoption, Academia
Opened: 17th July 2007
Updated: 11th November 2014
Members: 38 (+ 0)
Newest Member: Emma

25 Members This is a fanlisting for the graduating class of 2006. Anyone who graduated in the year 2006 from university, college, high school, or elementary school, or is just a fan of the graduating class of 2006 can join.


Time, Talk and Tactics

Time, Talk and Tactics Categories: TV Shows
Opened: 11th August 2008
Updated: 11th November 2014
Members: 35 (+ 0)
Newest Member: Shanna

25 MembersFlashpoint is a Canadian police drama television series that debuted on July 11, 2008, on CTV in Canada and CBS in the U.S. Sniper and Critical Incident were former working titles. The original 2007 pilot for the series was filmed using the Critical Incident title and Sniper was used when CTV originally announced the series in late December 2007.
Flashpoint is about the dramatic portrayal of an elite tactical unit, called the Strategic Response Unit (SRU), within a Canadian metropolitan police force (styled on the Toronto Police Emergency Task Force, Toronto being where the series is filmed). The SRU are tasked to resolve extreme situations that regular officers cannot handle including hostage-taking, bomb threats and heavily armed criminals. Even though they're backed with high-tech equipment with an arsenal of explosives, tasers, submachine guns, assault and sniper rifles, the SRU operators use intuition and judgement to resolve the situation.

Jake Epstein

When the Lights Go Out

When the Lights Go Out Categories: Actors, Musicians, Musicians » Male Solo
Opened: 24th July 2007
Updated: 11th November 2014
Members: 31 (+ 0)
Newest Member: Ashleigh

25 Members Best known for his roles on Degrassi: The Next Generation and The Zack Files, this Toronto native has been involed in many other film, television, and stage productions such as Charlie Bartlett (film, 2007), Crown Heights (TV movie, 2004), Girls v. Boys (TV series, 2003), Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire (TV movie, 2000), and Ricky's Room (TV series, 1999). He has also been a guest on various television show; Radio Free Roscoe (1 episode, 2005), The Eleventh Hour (1 episode, 2003), and Real Kids, Real Adventures (1 episode, 1999).

Best known for his role as Craig Manning on Degrassi: The Next Generation, Jake Epstein is also a talented musician. Although, he has not relesed his own album, he has performed many of his own songs on Degrassi, throughout his years on the show. He did finally get a song released on a soundtrack to the show, released in 2008. The song called "My Window" was performed by Jake in season 7 of the show.
Previously, Jake was the lead singer of a band called Mind the Gap. He is currently the drummer for his band called Funkasaurus Rex. Funkasaurus Rex acted as Craig Manning's backup band in his performance of "My Window" in season 7 of Degrassi: The Next Generation (one of the other band members acted as the drummer, rather than Jake for that performance). Jake is also a talented guitarist.



Sanctuary Categories: TV Shows
Opened: 01st September 2011
Updated: 11th November 2014
Members: 6 (+ 0)
Newest Member: Gill

Sanctuary follows the adventures of the beautiful, enigmatic and always surprising Dr. Helen Magnus, her new recruit, forensic psychiatrist Dr. Will Zimmerman and her fearless daughter Ashley. Together they track down, study and protect the strange and often terrifying creatures that secretly populate our world and live among us.

Although dismissed as monstrous figments of our imaginations and the stuff of our childhood nightmares, Magnus recognizes that the world is full of nature's mistakes and triumphs and has the spectacular proof that they are indeed real.

Sanctuary stars Amanda Tapping as Dr. Helen Magnus (Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis (Season 4)), Robin Dunne as Dr. Will Zimmerman (Dawso''s Creek), Emilie Ullerup as Ashley Magnus (jPod)(season 1), Christopher Heyerdahl as Biggie and the sinister John Druitt (Stargate Atlantis, Twilight), Ryan Robbins as Henry Foss (Battlestar Galactica, Stargate Atlantis), and Agam Darshi as Kate Freelander (season 2-4).

The Listener

Silence is Golden

Silence is Golden Categories: TV Shows
Opened: 08th July 2009
Updated: 11th November 2014
Members: 5 (+ 0)
Newest Member: Iris

A young paramedic discovers he has telepathic powers.

Season 1 - Premiered March 2, 2009
This new CTV series stars Craig Olejnik as Toby Logan, a paramedic who can read minds. Until now, the only person who knew about Toby's ability is his old counselor and confidant, Dr. Ray Mercer (Colm Feore). Making the rounds of Toronto, along with his energetic partner Osman "Oz" Bey (Ennis Esmer), 'The Listener' follows Toby as he uses his gift to help people in crisis and in the process heal some of his own wounds. He also has help and support from Detective Charlie Marks (Lisa Marcos) and his ex-girlfriend Olivia Fawcett (Mylène Dinh-Robic), an E.R. doctor.

Season 2 - Premiered February 8, 2011
After almost two years, and a huge fan petition later, the show came back for a new season with some new characters. Joining the cast are the detectives of IIB, Lauren Lee Smith as Michelle McCluskey and Peter Stebbings as Alvin Klein, Rainbow Sun Francks as Dev Clark, and Tara Spencer-Nairn as Nurse Sandy.

Season 3 - Premiered May 30, 2012
Toby joins the IIB officially, and puts being a paramedic on the back burner.

Season 4 - Premiered May 29, 2013
Bell Media announced the series was ordered for a fourth season on July 25, 2012. It premiered May 29, 2013 in Canada.

Season 5 - Coming in 2014
On October 7, 2013, CTV renewed the series for a 5th season consisting of 15 episodes.

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