Tyson Caron graduated from the I. H. Asper School Business with a Bachelor of Commerce Honours Degree (Marketing). Upon graduation he followed his filmmaking dreams and took a job as an assistant director on the Children’s TV Show, Tipi Tales. By Season 3 he worked his way up to a producer and wrote two episodes. In 2013, Tyson wrote, directed and produced the documentary Sign Up & Stand Up for MTS. The documentary explored the lives of rising stand-up comedians in Winnipeg. In 2014 Tyson was awarded a Bravofactual grant for his documentary A Tennis Story. The film was broadcast on Bravo in the spring of 2016.
Dash is 33, broke, depressed and still in love with his ex, Lauren, who suddenly gets engaged. It all seems hopeless until he meets Nora - a spontaneous and unforgettable woman. But timing is everything, and Nora's not going to wait around.
Tricksters are an evil race of beings with mythical powers who want to destroy mankind. The only one who can stop them is Wynter -- a beautiful, young Street Nurse who is half human, half Trixter.