Flashpoint ends after five seasons, you'll miss this series?

The men and woman of the Strategic Response Unit are hanging up their sniper rifles after an upcoming fifth season of Flashpoint. CTV says production is now underway on the final 13 episodes of the hit show about a team of police emergency response officers in Toronto. The episodes will begin airing in the... show more The men and woman of the Strategic Response Unit are hanging up their sniper rifles after an upcoming fifth season of Flashpoint.

CTV says production is now underway on the final 13 episodes of the hit show about a team of police emergency response officers in Toronto. The episodes will begin airing in the fall.

“Producing Flashpoint over the last five seasons has been an exceptional adventure,” producers Anne Marie La Traverse and Bill Mustos said in a news release. “We’ve decided to end the series on a high note and give (the) fans the satisfaction of a fitting series conclusion in our 75th episode.”

Tweeted cast member Sergio Di Zio, “Next year we go out with a bang.”

When Flashpoint debuted in July 2008, it was the first Canadian series since Due South to air in prime time on both Canadian and American networks. It premiered to 1.13 million viewers in Canada and 8.72 million on CBS in the U.S.

CBS later dropped the series. It is now licensed to U.S. specialty network ION Television.

Flashpoint has won 11 Gemini Awards, including Best Drama, Best Writing, Best Direction, Best Actor for Enrico Colantoni and Best Supporting Actor for Di Zio.

The series also stars rocker turned actor Hugh Dillon.

http://www.toronto.com/article/725822

My question is: You're gonna miss this show? I am Brazilian and this series was a hit on cable tv, unfortunately Warner Channel canceled the exhibition in Brazil
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