After stepping down as CEO of her dream job, Maddie heads home for the holidays to gain perspective. She finds herself running into her old high school sweetheart Carter, and tensions quickly arise. When forced to put together a Christmas dance for the local high school, Carter and Maddie find themselves putting their differences aside and rediscover what made them fall in love all those years ago.
Homegrown Cafe was a local-talent show that aired on CJOH in Ottawa, during the 1980s and 1990s. It showcased much of the city's talented youth and adults, some of whom went on to pursue professional careers. The show was hosted by J.J. Clarke. Auspicious guests included Vankleek Hill act the Bushmen, Sharon Proulx, Andi Harden, Kareena Dainty-Edward, Eva Avila, Julie Dainty, Chris Dainty and others. Other Notable performers were Amanda Wilkinson, Leanne and Kelly Slade Leah Gordon and Stephanie Cadman and Ryan Gosling. Hollywood actor and award winner In 1998, CJOH undertook a major cost cutting endeavour, which included a severe reduction in local programming, during which Homegrown Cafe was cancelled despite its local popularity.
Homegrown Hollywood was a late-night television show aired by BBC2 in the United Kingdom around 2005. The show consisted of a series of short films or productions made by amateur, independent film-makers - ranging from students to independent studios - thus offering these people a showcase for their productions. The short films ranged in size from 1 to 30 minutes. It was produced by the BBC, with two BBC staff as well as BBC intern, Joan Brogan and three others.