Me On My TV – Season 1

Executive Producers: Christopher Laird, Frances-Anne Solomon, John Reid | Reality Series | 8 episodes x 30 min | Canada | English


In Me on My TV, the 10 teams – selected from hundreds of applicants for the CTI, which Flow sponsors  – embark on five action-packed creative days in Toronto. Under the guidance of 12 international mentors, they pitch their TV series concepts to a room full of television industry executives at the largest film event in North America: The Toronto International Film Festival. In eight episodes viewers get to share in the tears and laughter, camaraderie and resolve, as each filmmaker works for the chance to bring their show to Caribbean TVs – but only three will come out on top.


Episode 1 Watch Episode 1The incubates arrive in Toronto and settle in to meet each other and the mentors of the CaribbeanTales Incubator. After a welcome dinner, they introduce themselves and their projects... and are given their first assignment.
Episode 2 Watch Episode 2Incubatees present or pitch each others projects on the first day of the workshop, visit the site of the Big Pitch, and end their day at the Gala Opening of the CaribbeanTales International Film Festival.

Episode 3 Watch Episode 3IParticipants face the critical comments and suggestions from the mentors as they present their own projects for the first time. They face the enormity of the work ahead in a particularly stressful day which culminates in a relaxing get together where they bond and share their efforts in addressing the tasks ahead.

Episode 4 Watch Episode 4It’s halfway through the four-day workshop, in the next episode, Incubatees pitch their projects in full hoping to make the breakthrough they all aim for.

Episode 5 Watch Episode 5The incubatees enjoy the final day of the workshop, as they rehearse for the last time before The Big Pitch, and share their experiences with each other and the mentors.

Episode 6 Watch Episode 6The workshop is now over. The incubatees make last-minute preparations and get ready to pitch in front of a room of international television industry professionals.