A couple of Mondays ago, CTV launched Battle of the Generations. Billed as a “nostalgia-packed quiz show,” it features four contestants per episode, each representing a particular generation: Baby Boomer, Gen X, Millennial or Gen Z. Basically it is Trivial Pursuit for the whole family, from the kids to the grandparents. Therein lies the appeal:
Coming out of the semi-finals, after recapping every episode for Rogers, my money was on The Cast, from Quebec, to take the $150,000 grand prize. It was another dance troupe from Trois-Rivieres, QC, however, that emerged victorious Tuesday night in the live, two-hour conclusion to Canada’s Got Talent on Citytv. Dressed all in white, the
On this week’s second and last semi-final episode. nine more acts from across Canada set out to prove that they deserve a berth on the live season finale of Canada’s Got Talent. First up were the Group Golden Buzzer winners from the audition round, The Cast. The Quebec dancers promised more drama in the semis.
People come to Canada’s Got Talent by air, by car – and some even by pogo stick. Especially if they are members of the Xpogo Stunt Team, the first act featured Tuesday on this season’s third episode of the Citytv series. “I never thought I would say these words,” said Lilly Singh after the trio
As mentioned here a week ago, reporting ratings in Canada has become a bit like citing COVID statistics. They’re out there, they’re just not reported anymore. The good news for the return of Canada’s Got Talent for a second season is that the audience for the Howie Mandel anchored reality show grew in week 2
The return of a big-budget Canadian talent search series calls for something we at brioux.tv don’t do as much of anymore, for various reasons: look at a full night of national broadcast numbers. Several things to keep in mind: half a million is the new million in Canada as competition from streamers such as Netflix,
Listen up to Kardinal Offishall, the Toronto-born rapper and music producer now encouraging a new generation on Canada’s Got Talent. That series, which shoots at the Fallsview Casino OLG Stage in Niagara Falls, Ont., starts a second season Tuesday on Citytv. On this week’s podcast, Offishall talks about his own experiences as a talent show