A new kind of reality TV show is coming exclusively to Flow1!

A new kind of reality TV show is coming exclusively to Flow 1. For eight weeks, Flow TV subscribers can go behind the scenes with the participants from the 2016 Creators of Colour Incubator (CCI) program and learn how TV shows are made.

The newest product of Flow’s partnership with CaribbeanTales, Me On My TV chronicles the journey of ten (10) teams of Caribbean and Caribbean Diaspora filmmakers, who come together to compete for the opportunity of a lifetime: the chance to create an original Caribbean-based TV series for Caribbean screens.

In Me on My TV, the 10 teams – selected from hundreds of applicants for the CCI, which Flow sponsors  – embark on five action-packed creative days in Toronto. Under the guidance of 12 international mentors, they pitch their TV series concepts to a room full of television industry executives at the largest film event in North America: The Toronto International Film Festival. In eight episodes viewers get to share in the tears and laughter, camaraderie and resolve, as each filmmaker works for the chance to bring their show to Caribbean TVs – but only three will come out on top.

The Series

Episode 1

10 caribbean filmmakers pitch their projects to a room full of television industry executives.


Episode 2

Incubatees present or pitch each others projects on the first day of the workshop, visit the site of the Big Pitch, and end their day at the Gala Opening of the CaribbeanTales International Film Festival.


Episode 3

Participants face the critical comments and suggestions from the mentors as they present their own projects for the first time. They face the enormity of the work ahead in a particularly stressful day which culminates in a relaxing get together where they bond and share their efforts in addressing the tasks ahead.


Episode 4

It’s halfway through the four-day workshop, in the next episode, Incubatees pitch their projects in full hoping to make the breakthrough they all aim for.


Episode 5

The incubatees enjoy the final day of the workshop, as they rehearse for the last time before The Big Pitch, and share their experiences with each other and the mentors.


Episode 6

The workshop is now over. The incubatees make last-minute preparations and get ready to pitch in front of a room of international television industry professionals.


Episode 7

The Big Pitch continues as after two months of online work, the judges give their verdict.


Episode 8

In this final episode, Incubatees look back on their experience of the incubator. The winner of the Flow Viewers People’s Choice Award is announced, and the three projects that will have their pilot episodes produced is decided.


The Producers
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The Mentors
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The Production Company

The CaribbeanTales Media Group produces, markets, and sells Caribbean-themed film and television content for global audiences. It includes CaribbeanTales Inc. a registered Charity based in Toronto, Canada; the renowned Creators of Colour Incubator Program (CCI), a development and production hub for original Caribbean content; CaribbeanTales Worldwide Distribution (CTWD), the largest full-service distribition entity dedicated to the monetization of Caribbean content; CaribbeanTalesFlix, our production arm, and CaribbeanTales-TV, a video on demand platform.

The Crew
Supervising Producer:

Melissa A. Gomez

Executive Producers:

Christopher Laird
Frances-Anne Solomon
John Reid

Directed by:

Lisa Rideout / Marvin Raftopoulos


Kyle Reaume
Erin Gulas

Assistant Editor:

Jeff Holmden

Sound Mixer:

Brett Morreau


Christopher Laird

Post Coordinator:

Rafaela Scully


Greg Przybyszewski

Directors of Photography:

Ricardo Diaz
Ryan Walker

Camera Operators:

Powys Dewhurst
Akley Olton
Rodney V. Smith

Sound Recording:

Paolo Di Teodoro
David Guerra


Dexter Calleja

Production Manager:

Sandra Whiteley

Associate Producers:

Lesley-Anne Macfarlane
Cesar Barbosa
Rafaela Scully

Production Assistant:

Ken Savage

Production Assistant/DIT:

Rafaela Scully
Jeff Holmden

Industry Outreach Manager:

Karen Harnisch

Guest Presenters:

Renee Robinson
Michael Mosca

Story Editors:

Sarah Goodman
Nadine Valcin
Mary Wells


Frances Anne Solomon
Nicole Brooks
Hanee Park

Theme Music:

Freetown Collective: Muhammad Muwakil and Lou Lyons

Additional music:

Hani Hechme
& Javan Murdoch of Irie Fire Studio

Equipment Rental:

Trinity Square Video
Ontario Camera Corp

Production Insurance:

Front Row Insurance