This past fall and winter Mohawk Girls’ first and second seasons aired to critical acclaim and today APTN and Rezolution Pictures announced that the series has been renewed for another season. Shooting begins tomorrow on 6 X 30-minute episodes of the series, which will air in fall 2024. The series is both filmed and set in Montreal and the Kahnawake Mohawk Territory in Quebec. Mohawk Girls will air in both English and Mohawk on APTN. Full broadcast details will be announced at a later date. The first year of the show was comprised of Season One and Two’s 13 episodes, shot in spring 2024 and 2024, and launched together in Fall 2024.
Mohawk Girls is a comedic look at the lives of four modern-day women trying to stay true to their roots as they attempt to forge their own identity in a small town where they battle cultural traditions. This dramedy series follows the journey of these 20-something women towards finding love and uncovering their sexuality while looking for acceptance within their community.
The dynamic cast of four leading women includes returning cast members Jenny Pudavick (Bailey), Brittany LeBorgne (Zoe), Heather White (Caitlin), and Maika Harper (Anna) as well as Meegwun Fairbrother (Butterhead) and Kyle Nobess (Thunder), who will reprise their roles as the men they love.
Mohawk Girls is created and executive produced by Tracey Deer and Cynthia Knight; Tracey Deer directs the episodes and Cynthia Knight writes. The series is produced by Rezolution Pictures’ Catherine Bainbridge, Christina Fon and Linda Ludwick, and executive produced by Catherine Bainbridge, Christina Fon, Linda Ludwick and Ernest Webb. Innovate By Day is the Digital Media Producer. Monika Ille is the Executive Director, Programming and Scheduling for APTN. The show has been picked up by US distributor GRB for worldwide sales representation.