The third season of Private Eyes will obtain its UK premiere on Universal TV on Monday, July 1st at 8 pm, it has been introduced. The plot of Private Eyes is set in Toronto and follows the story of ex-pro hockey player Matt Shade who irrevocably adjustments his life when he decides to group up with fierce P.I. Angie Everett, took over her father’s company after his demise, to make it an unlikely investigative powerhouse. The intense drama show is produced by eOne in affiliation with Corus Entertainment and stars Jason Priestley and Cindy Sampson.
In the series’s third season, Angie finds herself behind bars after being conned into stealing delicate authorities intel. It is as much as she trusted companion Matt Shade to bail Angie out to allow them to work collectively to recuperate the intel and show her innocence. Leveraging one another’s strengths, and the quirky skillset of their assistant Zoe Chow (Samantha Wan), Shade and Angie try to get their reputation again on monitor.
Season 4 of Private Eyes started its shooting in Toronto. The new season will include 12 episodes and is slated to debut on Global Television in 2020. Although as per now there is no news for season four release date within the U.S.
Private Eyes Season four additionally welcomes new faces to the famous faces together with Canadian singer and ET Canada Correspondent Keshia Chanté who will play Mia, Angie’s pal, and Supinder Wraich (The Beaverton) as Kate, Officer Danica Powers’ girlfriend. A brand new cast of guest actors will even also make their debut which includes acclaimed Canadian actors Erica Durance (Saving Hope), Aaron Ashmore (Killjoys), Katie Boland (Reign), HGTV Canada’s Scott McGillivray, and extra.
With filming underway of the brand new season, viewers can catch Season 3 of Private Eyes Wednesday nights at eight p.m. ET/PT on Global till the finale on Wednesday, August 7. Fans may stream Private Eyes on GlobalTV.com and Global TV App by signing in with their TV service supplier credentials or watch the following day on GlobalTV.com and the Global TV App (now accessible on iOS, Apple TV, Android, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire, and Roku).