Ruby Skye P.I.

RUBY SKYE P.I. is Canada’s first series of transmedia detective mysteries made especially for tweens; a comical, cliff-hanger-riddled romp designed to engage young audiences growing up in the digital generation. Unable to resist a good mystery, – and finding them around every corner in her big city world -, fifteen year-old would-be detective Ruby Skye spends every waking hour madly pursuing all sorts of peculiar clues her eccentric collection of friends and neighbors inspire… whether they want her help or not.  Stubborn yet smart, a crack student sleuth yet vulnerable to chasing her most misguided assumptions, Ruby makes a lot of hilariously unfortunate choices in her unique pursuit of truth, justice and well — personal curiosity.

Ruby Skye P.I. is the brainchild of digital pioneer Jill Golick, and is produced by the powerhouse team of Karen Walton, Kerry Young and Golick under the flag of her company, Story2.OH. Ruby Skye P.I.’s first 12-part mystery, The Spam Scam (written by Golick and Julie Strassman-Cohn), shoots on location in Toronto, Ontario this August.

Meet the Cast and Crew of Ruby Skye P.I.

About Ruby’s First Mystery: The Spam Scam will be released in twelve chapters beginning in October 2010.


6 Responses to “Ruby Skye P.I.”

  1. Ross McKie August 10, 2010 at 4:49 pm #

    Have a great shoot! Looks intriguing…

    • rubyskyepi August 10, 2010 at 11:23 pm #

      Thanks Ross. And thanks for one-liner!

  2. Dan August 18, 2010 at 8:08 pm #

    I’ve read through the site, and your Twitter stream. I’m looking for where and how you are telling the stories across various media (i.e. “transmedia”), since all I read makes this seem like (what now passes for) a traditional web series. If you aren’t really shaping the story experiences across various media (print, mobile, web, broadcast, sand castles, anything), then, well, it’s not transmedia is it (plus a bit more than that…you know…really having a Big Story unfold in niche bits and bites)…

    • rubyskyepi August 18, 2010 at 9:48 pm #

      You’re quite right… about what transmedia is and what information is on the site about our transmedia plans. We’ll be getting to that shortly! Stay tuned.

  3. R. Russell Reiter August 26, 2010 at 3:09 pm #

    I’m one of Fingers the cats “people”. She wanted me to say thanks for not stepping on her tail when she was walking through your shoot today. I’ll run the trailer for her when its up on the site.


    • rubyskyepi August 26, 2010 at 3:55 pm #

      We love Fingers and can’t wait to hear what she thinks of the show.

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