You can almost hear Johnny Olsen or Rod Roddy holler, “Bob Barker — come on up!” It was announced on Saturday that Barker, the longtime host of The Price is Right died at his California home. Olsen and Piper, two announcers who predeceased Barker, also enjoyed long runs on the CBS daytime staple. They were
The fourth season of the relationship reality show Love is Blind was still the most-watched TV series this past week on Netflix in Canada, with The Night Agent close behind. Viewers here, however, also seem to be sinking their teeth into Beef, which ranked third during April 3 to 9. The dark action-comedy, which stars
Yes, Ted Lasso and the gang are finally back with the third and final season of the AppleTV+ favourite. There are a couple of new Canadian network scripted originals, too. As always, please check back often. These calendar pages are updated all throughout each month as more listings information becomes available. UPDATED: March 27 WED/MARCH
Summer’s here and the time is ripe for dancing in the street. Or watching all the game and competition shows that flood back onto broadcast network schedules. Or the much cooler shows coming this month on streaming services. I’ll have to wait until the end of the month, however, to see the second season return
I’m still not sure how to critique, or even process, Norm Macdonald: Nothing Special. The Quebec City native died of acute leukemia in Duarte, Calif., in September of 2021. This final, posthumous comedy performance, self-recorded from his home in the summer of 2020, shows him delivering a 50-minute comedy monologue the night prior to a
Despite tight, seven game series, the lack of Canadian teams in the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs continues to leave Rogers Media singing the Blues. Take a look at Sunday’s overnight estimates. An afternoon game between the St. Louis Blues and the Dallas Stars drew an estimated 331,000 hockey fans to Sportsnet National.
It is real time on The Late Show with David Letterman. Just six shows to go now and every one feels like a finale. On Tuesday’s seventh-last episode, former President Bill Clinton paid a visit followed by a disheveled Adam Sandler. Sandler looks like a mess, but pulls out a heartfelt final salute to Dave with