This ain’t your parents CBC. That seemed to be the message Wednesday in Toronto as Canada’s public broadcaster hosted an industry event they called “CBC Live at Massey Hall.” The hour-long stage presentation was youthful and vibrant, showcasing a Millennial-and-under vibe that made it seem more like a re-launch of Vice than a traditional broadcaster’s

The Addams Family spinoff series Wednesday tops the Netflix charts in both Canada, the United States, The UK and a total of 83 countries around the world this past week. It really is a scre-yum! The series, directed by Tim Burton and starring Jenna Ortega as the Addams’ college-age daughter, now holds the record for

Last Wednesday, November 23, when Canada played their first game at the 2022 FIFA World Cup, they lost a tough game to Belgium 1-nil. The big winner, however, was Bell Media. According to preliminary (live+ same day) average-minute-audience data, an astounding, Wednesday afternoon audience of 3,395.000 watched the game on TSN. Close to a million

While Canadians emerged from our turkey fog a month-and-a-half ago, Americans are just getting around to celebrating Thanksgiving today. NBC is airing their annual Macy’s Day Parade, signaling that lipsynching is still a thing and that Black Friday is upon us. In that spirit, here are 10 things to be thankful for on TV this

Imagine if this fall CBS or Netflix or anybody had launched a sitcom about a group of office workers in one of the upper floors of the World Trade Center — and had set it in the year 2001. No one would dare, right? Yet, in 1965, just twenty years after the end of World

Relatively late in life, Leslie Jordan became one of those people you’re always happy to see on TV. News of the death of the 67-year-old following a car accident felt like a career cut short in its prime. The truth is that the diminutive southerner always worked, amassing 134 International Movie Database (IMDb) acting credits.

The first star I met at the first Television Critics Association press tour I ever attended was Angela Lansbury. In 1984, the stage, screen and television star, who passed away Tuesday in Los Angeles at 96, was promoting a new CBS series called Murder. She Wrote. I was a raw rookie from TV Guide Canada

“Her majesty’s a pretty nice girl but she doesn’t have a lot to say.” So wrote Paul McCartney way back in 1969, as heard in a lick of music tucked in the final grooves of The Beatles’ album Abbey Road. The Queen’s 70-year reign spanned from well before Beatlemania through Brexit. With the passing of