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Want to sit in on a virtual table read? The casts of Kim’s Convenience and Fresh Off the Boat are uniting Saturday for live, online readings of their respective sitcoms. The event will feature cast members doing readings of their respective sitcom’s pilot episodes. Taking part from Kim’s Convenience will be Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Jean

Something unusual was announced today — a Canadian-made series has landed on a US broadcast network schedule. Usually it works the other way around. In this instance, the CTV medical drama Transplant is set to join NBC. It helps that NBC Universal partnered with CTV and Sphere Media Plus on Transplant from the beginning. As

It is mid-May, 2020. By now, the major US broadcast networks have usually had their blockbuster upfront presentations in New York. Canadian broadcast execs would be flying down to Los Angeles this week to scoop up shows during the annual “Hollywood Screenings.” Not this week and not this year. The COVID-19 pandemic had shut down

It should come as no surprise that the No. 1 TV draw of the past seven summers — The Amazing Race Canada — has been put on hold. The COVID-19 pandemic is the ultimate road block. This very month, ten new teams from across Canada should be scrambling in and out of airports, taxis, hotels

A share of a half-billion in emergency funding is headed towards the Canadian film and television industries thanks to Heritage Canada, The Canada Media Fund and Telefilm Canada. A $500 million relief fund designed to carry cultural industries past the COVID-19 pandemic had previously been announced by the federal government. On Friday, Minister of Canadian

A show about social isolation has just been isolated out of busienss. Lets face it: Big Brother Canada already smacks of Spring Break. While fans love it, it isn’t exactly an essential service. Speculation was bulding that Global’s popular three-episodes-a-week reality show was about to be shut down mid season when official word came Tuesday:

Ben Mankiewicz made it official Thursday — the 2020 TCM Film Festival has been cancelled. The prime time host of the classic film channel told viewers who had purchased tickets to the Los Angeles-based event — scheduled for April 16-19 — that they would would automatically get a 100 per cent refund. Sad for film