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If you’re wondering how certain people get elected or why the world is so screwed up, brace youself for some shocking answers Thursday night on CBC and CBC Gem. That’s where you’ll find the broadcast premiere of “Influence,” a “Hot Docs at Home on CBC” presentation. The film will also be available at the Hot

A few thoughts on the finale episode of Cardinal, the CTV drama that ended a four season run Monday night. And, yes, stop reading now if you haven’t seen it yet, as there are spoilers ahead. I’m going to whip right past the outcome of the manhunt in the snow. There was the inevitable showdown

Second seasons are tricky, especially in this locked-in binge era. You decide to check out a series, find you can’t look away, and four hours later, you’ve seen it all. Then you wait a whole year to see more episodes. Can anything live up to that kind of anticipation? Well, Fleabag did. It exceeded expectations,

Full disclosure: my son Dan Brioux is among the executive producers of the documentary series I’m about to recommend. It’s called Good People and it starts streaming Friday on CBC Gem. Don’t watch it because Dan had anything to do with it, or because, as his father, I am damn proud of him. Watch it

Hollywood (Netflix). This is the dark side of “A Star is Born.” With Feud: Bette & Joan, Ryan Murphy proved he could recreate Los Angeles in the early ’60s in all its Tinseltown glory. He does it again here only in the post-war era of the late ’40s, early ’50s, right down to landmarks such

You’ve been locked inside your house for what seems like months. You’re screaming for the outdoors but you can’t escape your living room. Wouldn’t you love to take a four hour boat ride down the Rideau canal? You can, Friday, as TVO presents “Tripping the Rideau Canal.” The four-hour documentary captures, pretty much in real