Undercover Boss Australia and Canada

Undercover Boss Australia and Canada catch up

Series 4

Series 4, Episode 10

3.0 1 x
Blair Stevens, co-founder of Wok Box, which has been serving fresh, fast, pan-Asian food in Canada for nearly a decade, adopts a disguise to work undercover in his own restaurants.

Series 4, Episode 9

3.0 2 x
Malcolm Moffat, executive vice president of Sunnybrook, Canada's largest single-site hospital, goes incognito among his own staff to see how support services keep things running smoothly.

Series 4, Episode 8

3.0 2 x
John Gunn, president of fashion retailer Mexx Canada, dons a disguise to go undercover in his own company to find out what's really happening on the sales floors and in the stockrooms.

Series 4, Episode 7

3.0 2 x
Doug Morgan, director of the Calgary Transit public transport system, shaves off his trademark goatee and adopts a disguise to work incognito among the staff of his own organisation.

Series 4, Episode 6

3.0 1 x
Tina Chiu, the chief operating officer of Canada's all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet chain Mandarin Restaurants, goes undercover to find out what's really happening in her restaurants.

Series 4, Episode 5

3.0 3 x
Scott Haldane, CEO of YMCA Canada, disguises himself with a wig to go incognito among his own staff, but the job proves riskier than expected when he's asked to lead an aquatics class.

Series 4, Episode 4

3.0 3 x
Dean Johnson, president of Sodexo Canada, dons a disguise to work undercover in his own organisation - scrubbing hospital floors and flipping burgers for queues of students.

Series 4, Episode 3

3.0 1 x
Nadia Di Donato, creative director of Liberty Entertainment Group, swaps business life for cleaning piles of dirty dishes as she works undercover in her own bars and restaurants.

Series 4, Episode 2

3.0 2 x
Richard Andersen, CEO of Northlands, Edmonton's multi-million-dollar sports and entertainment complex, dons an extreme disguise to work undercover among his employees.

Series 4, Episode 1

3.0 2 x
Katharine Schmidt, executive director of non-profit organisation Food Banks Canada, goes incognito on the front line, as demand is at an all-time high.