Missed our special Montreal Porter event? Watch it here!
Exclusive event features interviews with some of show's cast and creative team
On Monday, March 21 CBC Quebec and Union United Church presented an exclusive virtual event featuring some of the cast and creative team from the new CBC series.
Hosted by The Bridge's Nantali Indongo, the evening featured live interviews, clips from the show and the opportunity to ask questions to the panelists.
Confirmed guests included:
Arnold Pinnock: creator, originator and executive producer, who also plays the character Glenford on The Porter.
Annmarie Morais: showrunner, creator and executive producer of The Porter.
Ronnie Rowe Jr.: actor who plays the character Zeke Garrett on The Porter.
Mouna Traoré: actor who plays the character Marlene Massey on The Porter.
Dr. Dorothy Williams: historical consultant, researcher and author.
You can watch the hour-long event here.
The Porter is a new CBC original series inspired by real events and set in the early 1920s.
The fictional drama follows train porters Junior and Zeke, nurse Marlene and performer Lucy as a tragedy in the community sets them all on starkly different paths to a better life — and on a direct collision course with one another.
The drama premiered in Canada on Feb. 21 and airs on Mondays at 9 p.m. on CBC. It is also available to stream on CBC Gem, CBC's streaming service.