Sure, Eddie Murphy has finally done a Christmas movie. Look, bills are bills, the man has, like, 20 kids. Besides, he’s not just Gumby, dammit. There is, however, something for everyone on this last month of 2023. Below is a look at the month on television. Please check back often as this list will be
Despite the impact of the strikes, new content continues to surface on various broadcast and streaming channels — some of it surprisingly good this November. That includes the first half of the sixth and final season of The Crown (above). Check back on a regular basis as this monthly listing will be updated often. UPDATED
Can Frasier make it without Niles, Daphne, Roz and Eddie the dog? Rebooting Kelsey Grammer’s Frasier without David Hyde Pierce as younger brother Niles does seem a little like reteaming Laurel without Hardy. Consider, however, that Grammar brought nobody with him when he left Cheers. Sometimes fresh blood is an essential part of new surroundings.
For 70 plus years, the third week of September has been the traditional time when new and returning shows flood onto fall TV schedules. This fall, it’s a trickle, with broadcasters making due with prime time versions of daytime game shows, more reality stunt shows and — gasp — scripted fare from Canada. Is it
Give thanks that the actors and writers got the third season of Only Murders in the Building done and in the can before the strikes. This has allowed the series to return as scheduled on Tuesday, Aug. 8, with a few new stars (Meryl Streep, Paul Rudd) and one or two former regulars missing (including
Meet Derek Gottenbos and Jaspal Sidhu, YouTubers and friends from Richmond, B.C. They form one of the 10 teams competing on the 9th season of The Amazing Race Canada. The nation’s perennial No. 1 summer series returns July 4 on CTV. What else is happening on TV this month? Check out the latest brioux.tv calendar
Look at these two. Do they not look bored out of their minds? Trapped in a series so out of touch with society today it literally takes place in the middle of the road. Why is Carrie wearing a shower curtain over Red Green’s old bathrobe? Is Aidan off to face certain Peloton death? Please
The Toronto Maple Leafs won a playoff round for the first time in 19 years. While the Stanley Cup playoffs head into the second round and Leaf Nation argues over parade routes, there are other TV options this May. Please check back all month long as more entries are added. UPDATED MAY 26 MON/MAY 1 White