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Grant Gustin stars as The Flash. Photo: Jack Rowand/The CW Good news out of LA today for Vancouver: The CW has just renewed a whack of B.C.-based shows. Supernatural (returning for a 15th season next fall), Arrow (Season 8), The Flash (Season 6), DC's Legends of Tomorrow (Season 5), Supergirl (also 5) and Riverdale (Season
Police Woman Angie Dickinson will be at the LA show Saturday This weekend in Los Angeles, the stars you grew up with on television are ready to sign your autograph book. William Shatner, Richard Dean Anderson, Angie Dickinson, Barbara Eden, Brent Spiner, Dawn Wells, Erik Estrada, Genie Francis, Hal Linden, Lou Ferringo, Parker Stevenson, Peter
The Launch features permanent mentors Marie-Mai and Scott Borchetta plus host Liz Trinnear Not sure if you got the heads-up, but The Launch returns for a second season tonight, Wednesday, January 30, on CTV. If you've been watching the private network at all over the past two months, you might have seen one of eleventy-billion
Mary Beth (middle left), an ER Nurse, is one of eight new Mind Set Go participants It is late January now, and some of us have already abandoned our New Year's resolutions. If you need a little nudge to get back on track, however, here's a positive suggestion: check out Mind Set Go. The second
Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) and Tesla (Dmitry Chepovetsky) get inventive Monday's episode of Murdoch Mysteries -- available for streaming now at CBC Gem -- features one of those historical howlers that keeps this series fun for fans. It shows Detective Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) teaming up with inventor Nicola Tesla (Dmitry Chepovetsky) to create a new fangled
Darryl Dahmer at the controls of Skymaster One On Friday, with precious little fanfare, Darryl Dahmer filed his final traffic report from high over Toronto. It marked the end of a 45-year radio broadcasting career as an airborne traffic reporter. When I spoke with him five years ago for The Toronto Star, Dahmer called it
Core Conners Laurie Metcalf, Sara Gilbert, Lecy Goranson, John Goodman Some end of the week observations from in front of the small screen(s): ONE SAD SEASON FINALE: Tuesday’s episode of The Connors was about the bleakest half-hour of a sitcom I’ve ever seen – even sadder than that time Buffy and Jodie on Family Affair
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gci-xKGu6g8 Cardinal returns for a third six-episode season Thursday with the following tag line: "The most dangerous thing in the world -- a broken man with power." No, Cardinal is not about Donald Trump. The broken man is Detective John Cardinal, played with understated grace and muted vocals by Billy Campbell. The Virginia native and