The Booth at the End is a Canadian web series created by Christopher Kubasik and produced by Rogers Media which follows the conversations between a mysterious figure who sits in the corner booth at the back of a diner and whomever comes to see him.
People come to him with requests and the Man can make these things happen - for a price. In exchange for what they want, these individuals must sacrifice their morals and do deeds normally inconceivable to them.
The series debuted online and on mobile platforms before migrating to television in August 2010. There are 62 short episodes in the series, ranging from 2-3 minutes each.
The Booth at the End premiered in South Africa on TopTV's Fox Entertainment channel on Friday 1 April 2011, at 20h10. New episodes broadcast in a double bill daily.
In this psychological drama a mysterious man sits at the booth at the end of a diner.
People come to him with things they want: a parent with a sick child, a woman who wants to be prettier, a nun who wants to hear God again.
The man can make these things happen. For a price. In exchange for what they want, these individuals must sacrifice their morals and do deeds normally inconceivable to them.
Set off a bomb. Rob a bank. Kill a child. They must return to the man and describe every step in detail.
As the characters' tasks begin to overlap, complications ensue. But the man never forces anyone to do anything. It's always up to them to start or stop with one lingering question: how far would you go to get what you want?