Bill Brioux

One of the strangest tales in Truth and Rumors: The Reality Behind TV's Most Famous Myths is the Charles Manson story. Did the serial killer actually audition to become one of The Monkees?That's one of the rumors I'll be discussing tomorrow at 1 p.m. on CBC Radio One's Q with Jian Ghomeshi (94.1 on Toronto's
First off, to all those people who were mislead by my Super Bowl prediction, I'm sorry. Giants won by three points, not four as I predicted. I'll try harder next year.Now, a few thoughts on the broadcast.I know The Super Bowl is considered the biggest promotional platform in television today. Certainly Fox wasn't shy about
One of the shows trailing badly in the poll to the left may be the first on the list to win the real prize. Looks like Sophie is going Stateside.According to this article in The Hollywood Reporter, ABC Family is negotiating with CBC to pick up 13 episodes of Sophie, the new Wednesday night sitcom
It's a great day in America as Craig Ferguson gets his papers. The late night talk show host has been talking for months (or, at least, ever since his show went back on the air thanks to that interim WGA deal) about how he has applied for American citizenship. He took the test a few
Well, that didn't take long. Effective immediately, CBC is switching MVP (featuring Kristin Booth, above) from Friday to Tuesday, sending jPod to TV's darkest night. Both shows were just launched earlier this month.In a terse press release, the network announced that, "Beginning February 5, viewers can watch CBC Television’s sizzling new dramatic series MVP, 'The
Somebody explain to me this man-love thing David Letterman seems to have for Dr. Phil McGraw. The beefy Texan was a guest on CBS's Late Show with David Letterman last night where he was allowed to publicy wash off the stink from that Britney Spears fiasco.Letterman has Dr. Phil on all the time, anointing him
Some quick numbers. Mixed results for CBC newcomers with two shows moving in opposite directions. The Border has seen its ratings rise the last two weeks, reaching an estimated 760,000 Canadians Monday. (All figures overnight/preliminary data from BBM NMR). Tuesdays, however, have been tough on jPod (starring Alan Thicke and Sherry Miller as pot-headed parents,