Are you a closet geek, openly nerdy, or just love geek culture and comedy in general? Then Mosaic Entertainment and Super Channel have a part-sitcom, part-sketch comedy television series that will blow your nerd meter right off the charts. Tiny Plastic Men is a comedy series format that will keep viewers entertained with fun nerdy characters and great storylines along with a generous dash of random sketches that let viewers’ imaginations run wild all at the same time.uytsqWHX7L7nvWb07pwR-yjI4bbhqvGtLKA-r6Sjkfk
Produced by Mosaic Entertainment, Tiny Plastic Men is a comedy series about three man-boys who work hard but play harder as toy prototype testers in their rec room style office at Gottfried Brothers Toy and Train Co. As they play in their weird world of toys, their imaginations take them into fantasy sketches where all their biggest nerd fantasies come true.

The first two seasons yielded great success multiple award nominations and wins. Season one highlights include the 2012 Alberta Film and Television Awards, which saw 6 nominations and big wins for Belinda Cornish (Best Actress) and Francis Damberger (Best Director). Belinda Cornish was also nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award that year for her portrayal of Alexandra Gottfried. Season two built on that success with a national nomination at the Canadian Screen Awards for Best Comedy Series and an international nomination at the Banff World Media Festival Rockie Awards for Best Comedy or Sketch Series. Executive Producers Camille Beaudoin, Jesse Lipscombe, and Eric Rebalkin are thrilled to be bringing new and exciting content to season three, coming to Super Channel in 2015.zwHAVAT5gOn-5bcpMNleDloZb0dbsujgHr8kgtB1g08

The series is created by, written by, and starring three self-professed geeks – Matt Alden and Mark Meer (voice of Mass Effect’s Commander Shepard), and the multi-talented writer and actor Chris Craddock. “The gaming, collectibles, and genre fans are our favourite kind of audience, and Chris, Mark and Matt know this audience well because they are a part of it.” says Beaudoin.