(An Unofficial Web Site)
("Caitlin's Way" has also been called
"Just a Kid" and "Caitlin Montana")
Last updated: Saturday, March 31, 2012
"Caitlin's Way" was a Canadian series that was filmed in Alberta. It stood out as an exceptionally refreshing and unique television show about mistakes and second chances. While aimed primarily toward a teen-age audience, "Caitlin's Way" has something to say to people of all ages.
First and Second Season Air Dates on Various Networks:
For the original first and second season air dates of Caitlin's Way on "The N" (USA), click here.
For the original first and second season air dates of Caitlin's Way on Nicelodeon (USA), click here.
For the last air dates of Caitlin Montana (in French) on VRAK-TV (Canada), click here.
Click here to visit the web site of The Household Saints, a band who's music was featured on the episides Testing and Making Allowances.
The song "Wishing for a Sail" by Dig Circus was available on the CD Shekkie II -Electric Boogaloo. I'm not sure where you can find it now, however.
"A tough, streetwise orphan from Philadelphia, Caitlin
Seeger thumbs her nose at authority until a run-in with the
law forces her to make a pretty tough choice: do some time in juvenile
hall or move out to Montana to live with her distant cousins. Even though
she doesn't always make the best decisions, this one's a no-brainer.
Luckily, her cousins have a son her age and she finds a trusted companion--a
horse named Bandit who's even wilder than she is. Learning to live together
and respect each other's differences is no easy task for Caitlin
and her new family, but her friends, her strong personality and her
love of photography help her make it through. Life in Montana
may be different than life in the city, but it's definitely an adventure!"
--From Nicelodean's Official Caitlin's
Way Web Site.
What People Have Said About "Caitlin's Way"
"I think the name is okay, but I might call it Caitlin's
Second Chance, because that's really what it is." --Margot's
Review of Caitlin's Way
"The message that it sends out is really to never
give up... even if you're in trouble." --Brooke
"Nickelodeon's newest series "Caitlin's Way" is
far edgier than any existing series on this all-kid network, and
that's a good thing. This story of redemption, second chances and
the impact love can have on our deepest hurts will touch young teens
and parents alike." --Jennifer
"The first episode really does a great job of
introducing the characters, their emotional take on life; and
the differences we all have. I like and would recommend it for Lindsay
Felton's performance alone but it always has the potential of being
something original on TV. We don't see that much." --Brian C. Williams
"Caitlin's Way" Almost Without Lindsay Felton...
According to the Dallas Morning News, the original
story didn't have a Caitlin in the lead role. Jeanne Spreier
writes, "The plot centered on a confused young man. Lindsay auditioned
for another part in the show. She recalls that as she was auditioning,
things got strange. 'They were all whispering,' she says, 'and
I didn't know what was going on.' Her mother got called over to talk
to the grownups. Ideas changed as creator Tommy Lynch, and others,
decided Lindsay should be the series' star. The lead was switched
from a boy's role to a girl's."
Quick Time Movies of "Caitlin's Way":
if you would like to download the movie of the Season 1 opening
sequence. It features the song "Wishing for a Sail" performed by Dig
if you would like to download a short movie with clips from the episode "Take Your Best Shot."
You will need a Quick Time player. Click here if
you do not have Quick Time and would like to download it.
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