Strange Days at Blake Holsey High

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  • TV-Y7
  • 2002
  • 3 Seasons
  • 7.9  (1,469)

Strange Days at Blake Holsey High is a Canadian sci-fi TV show that aired from 2002 to 2006. The show follows the lives of the students and faculty at the fictional Blake Holsey High, a school for gifted and talented students. The show explores the mysterious events that occur at the school, including strange experiments, teleportation, time travel, and other unexplainable phenomena. The storyline follows a group of six students, Marshall Wheeler (played by Michael Seater), Josie Trent (Emma Taylor-Isherwood), Vaughn Pearson (Robert Clark), Corrine Baxter (Shadia Simmons), Lucas Randall (Jeffrey Douglas) and Tom Pearson (Noah Reid). They all are part of a science club, trying to find out what it means to experiment with science beyond the known boundaries.

Josie Trent is the central character in the show. She is a brilliant science student, curious and passionate. She has a special connection to the school's physics lab, which is home to an alien energy field that no one can explain. Josie is determined to figure out the secrets of the lab, but she must navigate the dangers and challenges that come with such an undertaking.

The show also features a supporting cast, including the school's principal, Mr. Randolf (Lawrence Bayne), and the science teacher, Ms. Dwyer (Valerie Boyle). There are also several recurring characters throughout the series, including Josie's mother, Elizabeth Trent (Melanie Nicholls-King), who is a scientist herself and has some knowledge of the school's secrets.

Strange Days at Blake Holsey High is known for its unique style and elements of humor. The show is a mix of science fiction, mystery, drama, and comedy, making it appealing to a wide range of audiences. The characters are relatable and engaging, and the plot is filled with twists and turns that keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

The show's main focus is on the students' adventures as they try to uncover the secrets of the school. Early on, the students discover that the physics lab is the center of many strange happenings, including strange energy fields, portals, and even time travel. Throughout the series, the students try to unravel the mysteries of the lab while dealing with the challenges of being a student at Blake Holsey High.

One of the unique aspects of the show is its use of science to explain the unexplainable. The writers rely on real-world scientific principles to create a believable setting for the show's fantastical events. The show also touches on themes of morality and ethics, as the characters grapple with difficult decisions and the consequences of their actions.

Strange Days at Blake Holsey High is a show that can be enjoyed by both children and adults. The show tackles complex concepts in a way that is accessible to younger viewers, while still providing enough depth to entertain older audiences.

In conclusion, Strange Days at Blake Holsey High is a unique and entertaining show that blends humor, mystery, and science fiction into a captivating storyline. The show's characters are engaging and relatable, and the plot is filled with twists and turns that keep viewers on the edge of their seats. If you are looking for a show that is both entertaining and thought-provoking, Strange Days at Blake Holsey High is definitely worth a watch.

Strange Days at Blake Holsey High is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (39 episodes). The series first aired on October 5, 2002.

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13. Inquiry
March 26, 2005
Vaughn is lost in the wormhole and travels back in time to April 11, 1977, so Josie goes into the wormhole again to rescue him.
12. Past
March 19, 2005
When Lucas's gravity sensor is operational, meaning they can now see when the wormhole opens, Josie worries that Vaughn will enter the wormhole without anyone's consent in an effort to talk with his supposedly dead mother.
11. Friction
January 22, 2005
Vaughn discovers a security tape of the Pearadyne explosion showing Sarah leaving behind Victor and speaking to Corrine when she first fell into the wormhole, but refuses to believe that Corrine cannot recall what happened.
10. Chirality
January 15, 2005
Josie skips Z's science class; the topic is chirality (mirror opposites) - molecules with left handed and right handed forms. During the class experiment a kernel of black hole energy sizzles in the test tubes- suddenly Durst and Professor Z switch roles!
9. Probability
January 8, 2005
When Marshall writes a prediction column for the school paper, he neglects to proofread his work and "Someone will diet" turns into "Someone will die." Things get scary when Marshall's predictions start to come true.
8. Hologram
December 11, 2004
Marshall's rocket disappears into black hole energy and returns in a completely different form; only Vaughn can unlock its secret. Also Lucas starts to think he might be wrong about Vaughn.
7. Vision
December 4, 2004
Lucas is upset about continuously losing at Hearts, so he rigs his his glasses and a deck of cards with invisible ink to win. To bad that the effect is permanent and he might just go blind.
6. Nanotechnology
October 30, 2004
The science club uses nanotechnology to follow Tyler. Thing go bad when one of them accidentally swallows a camera.
5. Camouflage
October 9, 2004
Tyler organizes the school's fundraiser car-wash event, but he overhears a conversation about a new "gravity sensor", develops the ability to camouflage himself, and uses this to find out what the science club is up to.
4. Tesseract
October 2, 2004
While his friends are away during a long weekend, Lucas stays behind to spy on Victor's movements. Instead, he finds a tesseract device hidden in Professor Z's office. After activating it, the school begins to fold in on itself like a mathematical tesseract.
3. Allure
September 25, 2004
Corrine's need to schedule every moment of her life upsets Marshall, who wants to be able to spend some random free time with her.
2. Nocturnal
September 11, 2004
Josie experiences sleep deprivation and it causes her to wig out, until she realizes Vaughn is the key to the problem.
1. Transference
September 4, 2004
After an argument, Josie's intelligence transfers to Vaughn faster every minute, to the point where Josie is on the verge of collapse and Vaughn rebuilds a cold fusion reactor for his father. Meanwhile, Josie's clone returns the floating Qi ball to Victor.
Where to Watch Strange Days at Blake Holsey High
Strange Days at Blake Holsey High is available for streaming on the Entertainment One website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Strange Days at Blake Holsey High on demand at Amazon Prime and Plex.
  • Premiere Date
    October 5, 2002
  • IMDB Rating
    7.9  (1,469)