How did the cop and the kanine originally get together on Hudson & Rex? The question is answered Tuesday night as the hour-long drama returns for a third season on Citytv. The episode, titled, “Origin Story,” was explained to me late last year in an interview with John Reardon. He of course plays Det. Charlie
Murdoch Mysteries returns for a 14th season tonight with an episode titles, “Murdoch and the Tramp.” No, the steadfast CBC detective has not taken up with a lady of the evening. Instead, the historical drama mixes fact and fiction tonight as a British Music Hall troupe comes to Toronto circa 1910. One of their members
It’s been a tough year for all of us, but also for broadcasters. If you have any doubt, check the TV listings for this New Year’s Eve. In a normal year, Citytv, CTV and Global would be hosting big, live, outdoor extravaganzas featuring coast-to-coast Canadian musicians entertaining thousands in front of various stages. This year:
In a normal year, the original Toronto Santa Clus Parade would have happened two weeks ago on the third Sunday in November. That has long been the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season, going way back to when it began in 1905. I remember going as a child when it was called the Eaton’s
Based on a trilogy of best-selling novels by Phillip Pullman, the HBO-BBC fantasy-drama His Dark Materials returns Monday. Canadians can see it on Crave. Most of the cast is back for Season Two, minus one last minute scratch: James McAvoy. The busy X-Men actor played Lord Asriel Belecqua in Season One of His Dark Materials.
Shemar Moore knows his action-packed police procedural S.W.A.T., back for a fourth season tonight, is generally seen as an escape from the headlines. Still, in Monday’s virtual press conference with a small group of international reporters, his enthusiasm for the series shone through. He’s so into it, in fact, he started the session by humming
Tonight, Thursday, Oct. 22, marks the sixth season premiere of CBC’s Battle of the Blades. “I’m just sick that it’s also the night of the presidential debate,” says Ron MacLean, back as host of Battle of the Blades (a job he’ll share this time with singer-actress Keshia Chante). “I don’t know how you don’t watch
When I first heard ABC was reviving Supermarket Sweep I thought, is this another sign of the apolcalypse? Is the sight of people running around lunging at groceries really the right way to entertain folks in the midst of double-digit unemployment? The question will be answered Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC and