The arrival of June means that all manner of silly summer shows are back like a deflated beach ball, at least on the traditional broadcast networks. The streaming services have more drama and fantasy on tap. Please check back to this page as it will be updated every week: TUES/JUNE 1 America’s Got Talent (NBC;
There’s so much damn television released every week that these calendar listing have to be done in steps. Please check back as this page will be updated all month. SUN/MAY 2 The Story of Late Night (CNN). This six-part docuseries, from executive producer Bill Carter and Toronto’s Cream Productions, features a Who’s Who of late
See also the newly-updated APRIL calendar listings. TUES/APRIL 13 Kim’s Convenience (CBC). This series finale, titled, “Friends & Family,” was supposed to be a 5th season finale. The cast, crew and producers were all told they’d been renewed through six full seasons. As production on this season wore on, however, series creator and executive producer
Another month full of high-energy TV hijinx is comin’ ‘atcha. We can’t keep up with all this Peak TV, so check back weekly for updates. THURS/APRIL 1 Staged (Hollywood Suite). BBC One describes this eight episode series as “two bickering actors making a drama out of a crisis. Can their fragile egos survive working from
Keep checking back as this calendar will be updated all month long. MON/MAR 1 Debris (NBC). The series, which stars Jonathan Tucker and Riann Steele, centers on two agents from two different continents who must work together to investigate when an alien spacecraft smacks into Earth and has mysterious effects on mankind. From Fringe executive
As showrunner Tassie Cameron tells me on brioux.tv: the podcast, “The only thing harder than making a TV show in the first place is making a TV show during a pandemic and then making a cop show during Black Lives Matter.” Cameron should know. She and Sherry White are the production team behind Pretty Hard
January seems like September as a flood of new and returning shows fill network schedules. Shows that should have started or returned last fall, such as All Rise, Bob Hearts Abishola or Prodigal Son, are just hitting schedules in 2021. It’s all due to all the new safety measures which pushed back production. It’s still
CBC has holiday fare all month long including these Canadian movie premieres:“A Christmas Winter Song” Wed., Dec. 2, 8 p.m. (8:30 NT)“Rock N’ Roll Christmas” Wed., Dec. 9, 8 p.m. (8:30 NT) and Sat., Dec. 12“A Christmas Movie Christmas” Wed., Dec. 16 at 8 p.m. (8:30 NT)“Christmas on the River” Wed., Dec. 23, 8 p.m.