Don Cherry often boasted that his first intermission segment on Hockey Night in Canada drew higher ratings than that week’s actual game. How true that statement was over the many years is a matter for Numeris to verify. One thing is for sure, however — it will be true this Saturday night. Curiosity is building
If you’re looking for some escapist fare this week, break out over to the Documentary Channel and check out “Go-Boy! Memories of a Life Behind Bars.” After a whirl through the festival circuit, the Paradox Pictures production makes its TV debut Wednesday night at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Go-Boy is prison slang for somebody who escapes
Is the world ready for more Rick and Morty?. The out there animated, space adventure comedy, which airs on Adult Swim, returns for a fourth season Sunday. The series is about an eccentric and alcoholic mad scientist named Rick and his naïve, 14-year-old grandson named Morty. Together, they leave suburbia to explore strange new galaxies.
In his relatively short acting career, Dublin Native Killian Scott has played his share of dark, complex characters. One in particular was on Damnation, shot in Calgary, where he played a man masquerading as a preacher during the depression. “That character was also a very conflicted individual,” says the 34-year-old actor. “My parents still say
Attention foodies: The Great Canadian Baking Show airs its third season finale tonight on CBC and CBC Gem. After seven episodes it all comes down to three remaining finalists: Colin Asuncion, 30, a marketing manager from Toronto; Jodi Robson, 33, a table games dealer from Regina, Sask., and Nataliia Shevchenko, 33, an administrative assistant from
There’s a new recruit joining John Krasinski as Jack Ryan sets out for a second tour of duty — and he’s from Canada. Allan Hawco, the former Republic of Doyle star last seen on Caught and Frontier, plays an elite forces team member code-named “Coyote.” And, yes, that’s a damn cool character name, agrees Hawco.
When The Kominsky Method returns for a second season Friday on Netflix, there’s a familiar face joining the series — Jane Seymour. So why didn’t her old pal and series star Michael Douglas recognize her when the two arrived for the first dress rehearsal together? After all, The former “Queen of the Miniseries,” as she
Thanks to the phenomenal ratings success of The Big Bang Theory, CTV owned Thursdays for a decade plus in Canada. Before that, Global owned the night for their own long winning streak. While scheduling and linear are no longer everything, as long as there are advertisers, Thursday nights are still a key battleground. Despite the