Oil Change was a Canadian documentary television series, following the Edmonton Oilers. Produced by Alberta's Aquila Productions, Oil Change featured exclusive access inside the Edmonton Oilers organization through the 2010–11 NHL season (season 1) to the 2013–14 NHL season (season 4). Don Metz was the executive producer of the series, Gord Redel was the producer, and Scot Morison was the writer/story developer.

The first season aired on TSN. Season 2 premiered locally on CKEM-DT October 21, 2011 and nationally on Sportsnet October 23, 2011. Each season aired approximately once a month, until the end of the NHL regular season.[1]

Aquila Productions announced on October 20, 2014 the series would not return for a fifth season.[2]

International airings[edit | edit source]

NHL Network re-airs the series in the United States.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Citytv and Sportsnet Team Up for the Second Season of Oil Change: Overdrive", Sportsnet, October 4, 2011. Retrieved on November 7, 2011. 
  2. Aquila Productions (October 20, 2014). Tweet by @Aquila_Prod. Twitter. Retrieved on December 19, 2014. “We thank you for your viewership over the last four years. Unfortunately, "Oil Change" will not be returning for a 5th season.”

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