This special Thursday premiere on brioux.tv: the podcast features a hilarious and enlightening conversation with Chuck Tatham, one of the executive producers of this Sunday’s CBC documentary, “Offside: The Harold Ballard Story.” Tathan hails from Listowel, Ont., in southwestern Ontario — a remote farm town that is pretty much acknowledged as the blueprint for Letterkenny.
The money is no longer in the banana stand. Jessica Walter, who capped off a long and distinguished stage, screen and television career with roles on cutting edge 21st century comedies Arrested Development and the animated FX series Archer passed away Wednesday at home in her native New York. She was 80. She earned her
Bob Einstein was one original character. That character was “Super” Dave Osborne, a parody of ’70s daredevil Evel Knievel. The real life stunt artist nearly killed himself leaping across school buses and the Snake River Canyon. The fake daredevil made an equally impossible leap — from Los Angeles to Toronto, where he spun Super Dave
Many years ago, when I lived in LA while working for TV Guide Canada, I was always heading down to Venice Beach. It was its own little circus, a great place to people watch. There was this guy there in the late-’80s who would cruise up and down the boardwalk on roller skates, wearing a billow-y,
Looking back at my picks for the 2003-04 season, I may havebeen blinded by Carla Gugino’s charms when I included hershort-lived ABC drama Karen Sisco as having “hit potential” With the Emmys over, the 2013-14 TV season officially kicks into high gear. There doesn’t appear to be any breakout hits this fall, but you just
This week, CHML’s Scott Thompson wanted my take on Netflix’s big breakthrough at the Emmy Awards. Their drama House of Cards drew nine nominations, including Best Original Drama and Best Acting nominations for both Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright.Netflix also scored Emmy noms for Arrested Development and Hemlock Grove. What’s more, their latest original series,
I honestly thought I’d be among the first to jump all over the new, resurrected, fourth season of Arrested Development, which premiered in the wee hours Sunday on Netflix. Haven’t gotten to it yet, and not just because my money’s in the banana stand.This time of year, TV critics get bombarded with screeners. Most are