AppleTV+ announced Thursday that they’ve renewed Shrinking for a second season — making this a good time to post a review of the series. The eighth (out of 10) first season episode premieres Friday. First up, full disclosure: I tend to like just about anything with a Bill Lawrence connection. This dates back to the
There is so much television in 2023. Every week, every day, a new series premieres. Thanks to well-stocked libraries on FAST channels such as Tubi, PlutoTV or CTV Throwback, you can summon up shows as old as The Beverly Hillbillies or Ed Sullivan on demand. Or, starting Friday, you can go back to the future,
While Netflix and (thanks to The Last of Us) HBO suck up most of the media oxygen when it comes to TV drama, one streamer has produced enough top drawer entertainment to keep you watching for the rest of winter, and well into spring. It is – surprise! – AppleTV+. While Netflix goes for quantity,
Charlie Hunnam does not like to watch himself on screen, especially at film festivals. The star of AppleTV+’s Shantaram was in Toronto recently to promote the 12-episode adventure drama. He did the red carpet and waved to the audience but ducked out of a screening at the Bell Lightbox Theatre. As you’ll hear on the
Sometimes you get all kinds of time to interview somebody on a TV show. Other times, not so much. One such shorter opportunity came up a few days ago with Charlie Hunnam, star of the new AppleTV+ adventure series Shantaram. The 12 episode drama stars Hunnam, a terrific English-born actor best known for his many
Shantaram, an international action-adventure series that just launched on AppleTV+, starts with a simple premise: escape or die. That’s the dilemma facing Lindsey or “Lin” Ford, played by former Sons of Anarchy outlaw Charlie Hunnam. Fit and lean, the 42-year-old English actor is also a producer on the series. The date is 1982. Time is
Batter up! Tonight marks the third time the Toronto Blue Jays will be featured as part of Apple’s Friday Night Baseball doubleheader series. If you’re wondering, therefore, why they’re not on Sportsnet for an important series against the New York Yankees, it is because the game can only be watched tonight, starting at 7 p.m.
If you’re heading into the long weekend, have your beer poured and are clicking around trying to find the Toronto Blues Jays tonight on Rogers Sportsnet, here’s a little heads up. Try looking over on AppleTV+. The Jays are being showcased tonight exclusively on the home of Ted Lasso, Severance and Jon Stewart. It’s all