Title: FalconCast
Format: Live-action
Genres: Comedy
Rating: TV-PG
Running time: 45 mins
country: Canada
Network: YouTube
Seasons: 4
Episodes: 43
Production company: FalconCast Studios
Producers: Caillou Pettis
Principal cast: Caillou Pettis; Nicholas Favel; Kadin Brimacombe; Dawson Haase; Daysen Jaffray; Ben Robertson; Kyle Goldthorpe; Ethan Parker
Air dates
First aired: March 8th, 2014
FalconCast is a Canadian web television series that first began on March 8th, 2014. The series was created by Caillou Pettis and Nicholas Favel.[1] FalconCast originally started as a series in which Pettis and Favel told funny stories, did challenges, had special guest appearances on, and more. The concept lasted for three seasons. It has since been announced that the show's fourth season will have Pettis and his friends gather around to discuss/argue film related topics, as well as deliver the latest news from upcoming movies.[2]

Main cast Edit

Actor Role
Caillou Pettis Himself/Host
Nicholas Favel Himself/Co-Host
Kadin Brimacombe Himself
Dawson Haase Himself
Daysen Jaffray Himself
Ben Robertson Himself
Kyle Goldthorpe Himself
Ethan Parker Himself

Episodes Edit

Season One Edit

Episode Title Airdate
1x1 The Insanity Begins March 8th, 2014
1x2 Prank Calling March 14th, 2014
1x3 Special Guests March 21st, 2014
1x4 New Set March 28th, 2014
1x5 Ghost Stories April 6th, 2014
1x6 Feel the Fire Cube April 11th, 2014
1x7 Easter Special April 20th, 2014
1x8 Dawson Returns May 6th, 2014
1x9 Beef Jerky Challenge May 10th, 2014
1x10 Chevassus Studios May 24th, 2014
1x11 Skype Adventures June 1st, 2014
1x12 Falcon's Birthday June 28th, 2014
1x13 Bunhy Is Here July 6th, 2014
1x14 The Return of Nick July 12th, 2014
1x15 The Nightmare Story July 18th, 2014
1x16 Answering Questions July 24th, 2014
1x17 Camping Stories August 18th, 2014
1x18 Back to School September 7th, 2014
1x19 The FC Donut October 7th, 2014
1x20 Halloween Special October 31st, 2014
1x21 New Segments November 23rd, 2014
1x22 Christmas Special December 20th, 2014

Season Two Edit

Episode Title Airdate
2x1 Welcome Back January 31st, 2015
2x2 Valentines Day February 14th, 2015
2x3 1 Year Anniversary March 8th, 2015
2x4 The Energetic Episode March 31st, 2015
2x5 Easter Special 2015 April 12th, 2015
2x6 Odd Dream Stories April 25th, 2015
2x7 Daysen Is Here May 16th, 2015
2x8 30 Episodes May 23rd, 2015
2x9 Watermelon Challenge May 30th, 2015
2x10 Insane Summer Camps June 19th, 2015
2x11 Nick Returns July 25th, 2015
2x12 A New Studio August 29th, 2015
2x13 Awesome Announcement September 19th, 2015
2x14 Kail Is Here October 3rd, 2015
2x15 Kadin Is Back November 30th, 2015
2x16 Black Friday Stories December 5th, 2015
2x17 Christmas Special 2015 December 19th, 2015

Season Three Edit

Episode Title Airdate
3x1 Season 3 Premiere January 30th, 2016
3x2 Worst Movies Ever February 29th, 2016
3x3 2 Year Anniversary March 8th, 2016
3x4 Most Dangerous Amusement Park April 15th, 2016

Season Four Edit

Episode Title Airdate
4x1 N/A N/A

Notes & Trivia Edit

  • The show's first three seasons are heavily inspired by Rhett & Link's Good Mythical Morning.
  • The series' upcoming fourth season will be heavily inspired by Screen Junkies' Movie Fights, which is hosted by Andy Signore.
  • Series creators Caillou Pettis and Nicholas Favel had the idea to film the first episode of FalconCast on their way back from a convenience store.

Home video Edit

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