Even though Harry and Meghan quickly came and went, there’s always been strong interest in Canada when it comes to the royal family. In recent years, dramas such as The Crown and Downton Abbey have drawn large, mainstream audiences. PBS counts many fans of Queen and country among viewers like you. Subscription services such as
Let’s get the jokes out of the way first: “Who farted?” premiering Sunday on documentary channel, is a gas. Check it out, toot suite. Finally: Have you seen the award-winning new documentary “Who Farted?” It stinks! OK, everybody feel better? Now, time to clear the air about a serious topic: the world is farting itself
A few weeks ago I wrote about the classic TV game show To Tell the Truth, and how there was once a Canadian version of the series way back in the ’60s when CTV first went on the air. A reader, Kevin Vahey from Cambridge, MA, left a terrific comment with links showing just how
I wondered if any of the Canadian networks would dare use phrases such as “the most coveted new series of the season” to hype their September schedules. After all, thanks to COVID-19, this is a year with a record low number of American rookies to cherry pick. There weren’t even pilots to watch. It’s like
CTV gave reporters the heads up Wednesday that they’ll be hosting a virtual “Homefront” next Tuesday to unveil their plans for the 2020-21 season. Could one of their announcements be details on a possible Cardinal spinoff? That’s part of the speculation after comments made on social media by Cardinal star Billy Campbell. The Canadian Screen
One of the great elder statesmen of American broadcast news is coming to Canada. Following the retirement of Walter Cronkite in 1981, Dan Rather spent 24 years in the big chair as anchor of the CBS Evening News. Before that, he was CBS’s man in Dallas on the fateful day when U.S. president John F.
Over the years, one of the great attractions of the Banff World Media Festival was the opportunity to actually go there. The setting is stunning; straight out of a fairy tale. The magestic Fairmount Banff Springs Hotel set against mountains of evergreens is one of the great picture postcard sights in all of Canada. So