Bill Brioux


No surprise as the Stanley Cup final round between the champion Colorado Avalanche and the Tampa Bay Lightning topped the weekly list of most-watched shows in Canada the week of June 20-26. The final four games averaged over two million viewers per game on Sportsnet and CBC combined. Here’s how the Top-10 played out on

Summer’s here and the time is right for dancing in the streets… or watching television. If you must stay indoors, here’s what’s happening this month, headlined by the return after a two year absence of The Amazing Race Canada. As always, check back as new listings will be added and updated every week. FRI/JULY 1

“It’s very rare for a true crime podcast to do a sequel,” says Steve Martin’s character early in the second season of Only Murders in the Building. “We have a real opportunity here.” That they have and happy to report that Only Murders still kills. Hulu and Disney+ in Canada released the first two new

Don Cullen, who died June 25 in Toronto, had one of those faces that was made for television. Even those tiny, low-res, black & white TV screens in the 1960s. He just had a very large, black and white mug that jumped out at you as a welcome presence as one of the main comedy

Add the total audience watching two Stanley Cup final round games on Sportsnet National and on CBC; average them out and you get a little over 1.7 million hockey fans — the biggest Live+7 total 2+ audience in Canada the week of June 13-19 according to Numeris. Jeopardy! continues to draw, ranking eighth and 13th

I was saddened to learn, via social media, of the death of another one of the Television Critics Association giants — Barry Garron. Condolences to his family. Barry was a very tall man; you’ll find him in the photo, above. He’s the guy in the green visor, second from the right. This may seem like