Hugh Dillon was sick with worry after hearing of Mayor of Kingstown co-star Jeremy Renner’s recent snow plow accident. The crushing mishap put the Avengers star in the hospital with critical injuries. Dillon’s fears were put to rest after speaking on the phone with Renner. “I knew he was going to be okay because he was just
This special Thursday premiere on brioux.tv: the podcast features a hilarious and enlightening conversation with Chuck Tatham, one of the executive producers of this Sunday’s CBC documentary, “Offside: The Harold Ballard Story.” Tathan hails from Listowel, Ont., in southwestern Ontario — a remote farm town that is pretty much acknowledged as the blueprint for Letterkenny.
The CW is at a crossroads. Launched in 2006 by both CBS and Warner Bros, Nexstar Media Group is now the majority owner of America’s fifth broadcast network. A lot of The CW’s legacy shows — Supernatural, Batwoman, Charmed, Legends of Tomorrow — have been canceled. Longtime network head Mark Pedowitz has retired. The search was on
Christmas came early for me this year as I got to talk to Dick Cavett about Groucho Marx. The occasion was the American Masters‘ special “Groucho & Cavett,” premiering December 27 on PBS. Dubbed, “the thinking man’s talk show host,” Cavett emerged as a clear alternative to Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show while on ABC from 1969 through 1975.
Another podcast episode about the 1972 hockey Summit Series? Yes and here’s why: a second documentary looks at the landmark eight-game series from a very different angle. “Ice-Breaker: the ’72 Summit Series” premieres Tuesday, December 27 on Super Channel Fuse. The film, by director Robbie Hart and executive producer Peter Raymont, takes viewer deep inside
Mary Walsh is a marvel. At 70, the Order of Canada recipient has more on the go than Marg Delahunty at a Pierre Poilievre rally. Walsh says she was born to play the tart-tongued older “Missus” living downstairs from a sad sack young bachelor in the very funny comedy The Missus Downstairs. The award-winning series is
In the three-year history of brioux.tv: the podcast, by far the most downloaded episode has been a conversation I had two years ago with Murdoch Mysteries star Yannick Bisson. The actor is back to talk about “Baking All the Way,” a new Super Channel Heart & Home original he stars in and directs this holiday season. The
“Thufferin’ thuckotash!” Have you heard Eric Bauza as the voice of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Elmer Fudd, Marvin the Martian, Sylvester & Tweety and many other classic cartoon stars? He says his five-year-old son can tell his Bugs from that of Mel Blanc but I can’t, and I’ve collected dozens of classic Warner