The Amazing Race Canada returned Tuesday night on CTV, and, for the first time, a former team was among the field of ten. Jet and Dave, who made it to the final four in the very first edition of the Insight reality series, were the first team eliminated in Season Seven. The two had been
Canadian networks have to be breathing a little easier now that final audience data is in for the first full week of the season. Numeris reports that several scripted shows received hefty lifts once the PVR numbers were added over a seven day period. The Sept. 24 to Sept. 30 chart used a bit of
BURBANK, Calif.–Thursday night, critics took a trip over to Mr. Lorre’s neighbourhood. That would be on the Warner Bros. Studio lot, where sitcom King Chuck Lorre produces four CBS sitcoms: The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, Mike & Molly and Mom. The sitcoms make, like, a bazillion dollars for the studio as
While some of us may not yet be in the holiday spirit, the above clip is a welcome bit of seasonal ballyhoo from CBS. It probably helps that I’ve spent the day speaking with folks connected to two classic Christmas specials, including Toronto-native Paul Soles, who voiced Hermy the elf in Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer. Ruddy,
Spun Out opened Thursday night to 1,218,000 CTV viewers according to overnight estimates. Numbers for the second episode, which aired in the sitcom’s regular, Friday at 8 timeslot, will not be available here until next week. That’s a lot of viewers, and certainly much more than Seeds or Package Deal premiered to on City, but
The Canadian Film Centre held its 25th annual gala and auction at the Art Deco Carlu theatre in Toronto Wednesday night. As I tweeted from the event, there was more money in the room than at a Markham Super Bowl bust.My old pal Slawko Klymkiw CFC’s CEO, worked that room like Sinatra at the Sands.
Okay, now Philly is out. Is anyone in Canadagoing to watch a Jersey/Phoenix Stanley Cup final? This year’s NHL playoffs are shaping up to be a big step back for broadcasters CBC and TSN. Viewers are likely to shift their attentions to the many series and season finales airing on other networks over the next
Once again, the big CTV marketing machine jacked a show over the two million mark in Canada. Too bad it was on Global.CTV`s record Super Bowl audience was hit with dozens of Fox network nods to their after-the-game goodie, a supersized Glee episode. CTV`s attempts to get viewers to stick around for Flashpoint after the game