TONIGHT: Bisson moonlights on 22 Minutes

Yannick Bisson guests Tuesday night on an all-new This Hour Has 22 Minutes (8:30 p.m. ET, CBC). Bisson’s Murdoch Mysteries, which airs on Mondays, has been the success story of the season on CBC where it has quietly become the public broadcaster’s No. 1 drama. Surely an order for a seventh season will come any day. Bisson got some comedy practice in at the end of last year on CBC’s annual Air Farce New Year’s Eve special.

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  1. BTW, it was right here two seasons ago that ‘I’ complained about the dead dog episode – which followed P.M. Harper’s ‘safe episode’ appearance – which followed an otherwise stellar yet still a dead cat episode.
    Now they’ve adjusted (the sometimes frantic music this season gets intrusive) to a steadier PG and top rated season.
    Most everyone then was saying the opposite – that the show was in its absolute peak form. Now it really is at number 1 and on a bigger network. They even used the dead dog avoidance as part of their chemical attack story this season.
    What’s too good for this abandoned cowboy? Maybe a job-mop and a helpful rent cheque. Because: never a pro-or-con e-mail or anything. Complete Nothing.
    Let ’em join the club. Remember CTV’s weekly bush league cutaway out of Sunday afternoon NFL games. Also first stated here at TVFMF. Toronto’s Park dept. is my clubhouse ignorance leader though. Nitty gritty Distance markers galore along every trail – 3 years AFTER my extensive 2006 series of review entries.

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