"Lost & Found Music Studios" is a series that streams on Netflix.

This pitch perfect drama follows a group of aspiring musicians who are part of a unique music program, run by a musician-turned-producer. From pop to rock and hip-hop to R&B, the series showcases some of the best young voices Canada has to offer with original songs and stellar performances featured in each episode.

A live music venue, recording studio and jam space, Lost & Found is an amazing place where young musicians go to become great. Members immerse themselves in music, write songs record tracks and form bands in hopes of turning their passion into a profession. But, if making it in the music industry wasn't hard enough, these aspiring artists also have to deal with the many issues teens face including first crushes, peer pressure, difficult home lives and trying to fit in.

In the series premiere, the musicians prepare a goodbye party for graduates of the studio. Audiences are introduced to overachiever Leia, who hopes to write and perform a song with her crush, Luke, band member John, who's having a hard time expressing his feelings for dancer, Michelle, and talented but shy singer-songwriter Eva, who is eager to break out of her shell.

The cast includes Shane Harte as Luke, Keara Graves as Leia, Alex Zaichkowski as John, Sarah Carmosino as Rachel, Deshaun Clarke as Jude, Ella Jonas Farlinger as Eva, Levi Randall as Theo, Maranda Thomas as Mary, Alyssa Baker as Maggie, Rakim Kelly as Isaac, Olivia Solo as Annabelle, Jeni Ross as Clara, Katrina Hachey as Hannah, and Matthew Bacik as Nate. Michael Torontow and Ali Milner play Mr. T and Parker who oversee the music program. The series also features familiar faces from its companion series, the dance drama "The Next Step," including Trevor Tordjman as James, Victoria Baldesarra as Michelle, Jordan Clark as Giselle, and Brittany Raymond as Riley.

"Lost & Found Music Studios" is produced by Temple Street Productions in association with Family Channel and is executive produced by creator Frank van Keeken ("The Next Step," "Wingin' It"), Ivan Schneeberg and David Fortier ("The Next Step," "Orphan Black") and Laura Harbin ("The Next Step," "Wingin' It"). Temple Street controls the distribution rights internationally, and has secured deals with CBBC and Netflix. The series is also produced with the financial assistance from The Shaw Rocket Fund and the Canada Media Fund.


Network: Netflix
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: January 1, 2016
Seasons: 1
Production Company: Temple Street Productions

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