The-X is a Canadian children's TV program on CBC Television, televised during the 2004-2005 television season. It was summarily replaced by The Void in 2005, and The Outlet in 2006.
The show is targeted to children between the ages of eight and 12. Sally Gifford and Anthony McLean are in-studio hosts, who interview celebrities and do various comedy segments. The roles of the cast are not fixed and often vary. Morgan Waters goes on the road, across the country, interviewing children, ordinary people, and sometimes celebrities as well. At its inception, the program was named the InfoMatrix, was hosted by McLean and provided Canadian history. Gifford then joined the cast, followed by Morgan Waters, then Kythrine Butcher.
Anthony left at one point, and Waters moved on to The Morgan Waters Show.Overview from themoviedb.org