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Fire up the Tiki torch and pass the Doritos: Survivor keeps winning Canada’s weekly TV ratings race. The long-running CBS import was the most-watched show in Canada the week of May 2-8, drawing 1,544,000 viewers on Global. Furthermore, the castaway competition series has ranked No. 1, according to Numeris, five of the past six weeks.

Big Brother Canada returned for a 10th season the week of February 28 to March 6. Just over a million viewers watched, which is significant, but it only ranked 24th out of the Top-30 shows watched that week in English Canada — behind Ghosts and The Cleaning Lady. Looking specifically at Toronto-Hamilton, the reality show

Hey Canada –think you or somebody you know is Tough as Nails? With the fifth season of the reality competition series Tough as Nails heading into production this summer, Canadians, for the first time, have an opportunity to put their helmets on and prove that we’re stand on guard for thee ready. Co-creator/host Phil Keoghan

CBC and HBO Max jointly announced Friday that they are renewing Sort Of for a second season. That is sort of a surprise, but not really. The comedy-drama, created by Bilal Baig and Fab Filippo, leads the recent list of Canadian Screen Award nominations with 13 nods, including Best Comedy Series. It made Best TV

I’m a bit late posting this, but if you’re a fan of the PBS animated children’s series Arthur, you can catch up on-line. After a 25-year, 250-episode run, four final episodes featuring the young aardvark and his pals from Third Grade aired this past Monday on PBS. In a unique twist, the final half-hour casts

Listen up, SEAL Team fans: a movie spinoff of the five-year old series, which migrated from CBS and Global to streaming service Paramount+ this past season, is in the works. The announcement was made Tuesday by CBS CEO and Paramount+ news and sports CCO George Cheeks. The movie, produced as a stand alone for the

He started 67 years ago as a little green ball of clay. Now Gumby will be re-shaped and rolled out on several platforms by Fox Entertainment. Fox announced Tuesday that the character, introduced in the ‘50s in a series of home-made, stop-motion animated adventures, is now their intellectual property. Gumby, Pokey, the Blockheads and Roo