Clone High has finally been re-cloned! The Canadian-American animated original from 20 years ago returns with 10 new episodes starting tonight, Tuesday, May 23, on the streamer Max (formerly HBO Max) and in Canada on Crave. The premise sells the series: After a high school that was secretly being run as an elaborate military experiment
Game Show fans are probably already watching the Jeopardy! Masters tournament, which started Monday on ABC. It features Halifax-native Mattea Roach among the six elite players. She won 23 consecutive games last year — the fifth longest streak in the history of the series. For the past seven decades, up until recently, women could win
NBC presents a special, two-hour salute to one of television’s greatest performers — Carol Burnett. The wonder is that CBS — home to Burnett’s fondly-remembered comedy-variety series that ran from 1967 to 1978 — is not broadcasting this venture. Good on NBC for stepping in. Burnett and Vicki Lawrence are the only two Carol Burnett
Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2023 (ABC). Duran Duran will take the stage for this 50th edition of this annual TV party. They will perform a medley of classics (so, I guess, cover tunes). Also performing are New Edition, j-hope and Jax. Live from Times Square, with Jessie James Decker joining Seacrest as
Do not adjust your set. Tonight’s episode of Murdoch Mysteries is shot in sensational black and white. It is a milestone episode, the 250th of the popular CBC drama, which is halfway through its 16th season. After tonight, the series will sit out the holiday season as CBC goes wall-to-wall Christmas right through until January.
Tonight, with a special episode, CBC celebrated the 30th season of This Hour Has 22 Minutes. They really should have made it an hour-long special at least. Imagine trying to crunch over 600 episodes down to one 22-minute episode. That was the task handed to Matt Charlton, who has been associated behind the scenes with
Whether or not you’ve been watching Summit 72 — the documentary series about Team Canada’s incredible summit series victory over the Soviet Union — don’t miss tonight’s final episode. The last hour takes you back fifty years to the eighth and final game — the one where Paul Henderson scored with 34 seconds remaining —
Monday night, the cast and crew of This Hour Has 22 Minutes took over the Glenn Gould Theatre at the CBC Broadcast Centre. The occasion was the first-ever Toronto taping of the sketch series, which normally is based each week in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Toronto episode airs tonight at 8/7c on CBC and CBC