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Good Morning, Tonight!

The #1 morning show for 2066! We bring you the latest in feel-good news LIVE at dusk every Sunday!

Toronto, ON
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Synopsis

It's 2066 and you might die from radiation burns if you go out in daylight, but that doesn't mean you can't have a Good Morning, Tonight!

Join your hosts, Ekum Jones and Halle Doodlebrox, as they bring you the latest in feel good news from inside the wall!

With friends, experts and mutants dropping by to share stories and discoveries with the Good Morning, Tonight! team they'll keep you in the know and out of the riots.
So tune in and have a Good Morning, Tonight! Our future's so bright!

Sponsored by The Benevolence Division of Syrus Inc.

Team

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Mikaela Dyke

Talent, Writer

Mikaela Dyke is a Newfoundland writer and performer with an extensive comedy resume. She's appeared in a variety of theatre, film/TV, sketch comedy, stand-up and improv shows. She has appeared at cabarets in St. John's, New York, Ottawa, Victoria, Winnipeg and Toronto.
She is incredibly fond of terrible movies, eating pies, meeting fans and yelling about her uterus.

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Michael Butler

Director of Photography, Graphic Designer

Michael is an art director and gadfly known for his one-panel celebration of terrible people, Perfect Sunday. He thinks pizza is the greatest food on earth and that dogs are charming little trotters.

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Kyle Stevenson

Writer, Talent

Kyle is a writer and comedian living in Toronto. He was a founding member of the all-purpose satirical website nearlyrobots.com. He’s optimistic to the point where sometimes we’re not sure if he knows he’s going to die like the rest of us. Maybe he won’t.

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Ratings & Reviews

Ratings (254)

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Reviews (41)

  • Justin's Photo

    Justin L.
    posted 2 years ago

    Creepy, in a good way. Pretty good.
  • Joel's Photo

    Joel S.
    posted 2 years ago

    Love the concept. Love the grins.
  • carly's Photo

    carly t.
    posted 2 years ago

    i do not really understand how this could be turned into a 30 minute sitcom.
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    erik k.
    posted 2 years ago

    If it was slightly less insane, I wouldn't laugh at all, as it is... It's great, and frightening.
  • Aaron's Photo

    Aaron K.
    posted 2 years ago

    Kind of scary, but interesting. Solid consistent portrayal of a futuristic style of behaviour. More interesting than funny.
  • Catherine's Photo

    Catherine M.
    posted 2 years ago

    CUUUUUUUUUUUUUTE
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    Tavia M.
    posted 2 years ago

    Love the look of the two hosts. Great make up and 'outfits'. Wild and wacky facial expressions but not sue where they're going with this or their 'guests'. But worth fallowing to see if their content is as good as the concept and visuals.
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    miles R.
    posted 2 years ago

    it'd be difficult thinking of new things everyday, but hey, if you guys teamed up with the people from "welcome to nightvale" then that could be interesting
  • Leigh's Photo

    Leigh K.
    posted 2 years ago

    Smart and eerie and I can't stop looking at it.
  • Luke's Photo

    Luke B.
    posted 2 years ago

    Simply the best, better than all the rest
    Better than anyone, anyone I've ever met
  • David's Photo

    David K.
    posted 2 years ago

    Welcome to the future, bitch.
  • Sam's Photo

    Sam B.
    posted 2 years ago

    Very confused....
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    loretta d.
    posted 2 years ago

    I was looking for a laugh Didn't find it funny.
  • Scott's Photo

    Scott H.
    posted 2 years ago

    I don't even know if I like this, but creepy faces make me laugh way too hard!
  • Steam's Photo

    Steam R.
    posted 2 years ago

    GOOD NIGHT ILENE, I want to see this on my HUGE SCREEN TV
  • Dan's Photo

    Dan B.
    posted 2 years ago

    cooooool!
  • Kitka's Photo

    Kitka M.
    posted 2 years ago

    Innovative, relevant and coming soon to a planet near us!
  • Andrew's Photo

    Andrew W.
    posted 2 years ago

    Nice concept. Though I would have liked to see a guest or segment included just to round out the overall feel of the show, the possible arcs, etc.
  • Randall's Photo

    Randall R.
    posted 2 years ago

    Could be very good with more action pieces.
  • Matt's Photo

    Matt W.
    posted 2 years ago

    Very original concept executed well (and it looks so so pretty). This is a douchey comment but it's branded very well. Mikaela you have nailed the empty gaze.
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    Brian T.
    posted 2 years ago

    I can see it as a really good and evolving section of a sketch comedy show, but I don't think it could hold up for 22-minutes. It has great satire potential and comedic extrapolations of current trends to the future, but again I'd watch it for two or three minutes (or five), but maybe not a half hour. But who knows, maybe you can surprise and make it shine as a 22 minute special.
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    Ryan C.
    posted 2 years ago

    Cant wait to see more!
  • Stephen's Photo

    Stephen P.
    posted 2 years ago

    Funny, crisp, and more than a little sinister. A recipe for comedy gold
  • Eric's Photo

    Eric L.
    posted 2 years ago

    Worked okay as a short parody of what a Hunger Games morning show would feel like, but right now, I don't see "series" in this so much as "web shorts".
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    Bob J.
    posted 2 years ago

    Excellent production values, charismatic actors. My one concern is if the concept could be expanded into a full tv series, it feels like it would need to be expanded. Wonderful work overall. Also, don't let Brian L get to you. He seems bitter and twisted.
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    Nicolas B.
    posted 2 years ago

    Great concept and smooth execution. Also frighteningly plausible in some respects (media as pacification, etc.).
  • Gillian's Photo

    Gillian E.
    posted 2 years ago

    Great work guys! It's hilarious!!
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    Jackson M.
    posted 2 years ago

    Good stuff! Keep it up.
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    Brian L.
    posted 2 years ago

    Good Morning, Tonight! And I Thank the Good Lord that I will have a good morning because the show won't be on tonight, or any other night ;-)
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    Jordan C.
    posted 2 years ago

    very Nice
  • Mike's Photo

    Mike F.
    posted 2 years ago

    This is so good! I'm so excited to see other segments of the show so much room to play with the concept. Can't wait to see more!
  • Tina's Photo

    Tina H.
    posted 2 years ago

    Nothing is better than a glitzy future dystopia.
  • Spencer's Photo

    Spencer B.
    posted 2 years ago

    So guuuud.
  • Hendrick's Photo

    Hendrick M.
    posted 2 years ago

    Awesome!
  • Mercedes's Photo

    Mercedes P.
    posted 2 years ago

    MOREEEEEEE NOW PLEASE
  • Jennifer's Photo

    Jennifer B.
    posted 2 years ago

    The costumes and makeup are amazing.
    "Pipeline to the moon.. what color do you think it should be?"
    Great comment on our culture and how we actually are that ridiculous.
    We find it funny but our news today is not far off.
    Love to see more! Have an up vote!
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    Peter S.
    posted 2 years ago

    10/10 Great outfits. Great potential.
  • Evan's Photo

    Evan W.
    posted 2 years ago

    Mmmmm dystopia! This looks great. Reminds me of Welcome to Nightvale.
  • Emma's Photo

    Emma O.
    posted 2 years ago

    This was FANTASTIC!
  • Kyla's Photo

    Kyla B.
    posted 2 years ago

    good job Michael Butler
  • Peter's Photo

    Peter J.
    posted 2 years ago

    Gotta love rapid-fire news from the future dystopia.
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