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Episode 8 of brioux.tv: the podcast features an ol’ pal from the neighbourhood — Jon Comerford. Me and Jon went to separate schools together. This was way back when we were both dodging the strap from Sister Martha Ann at Our Lady of Peace grade school in the west end Toronto suburb of Etobicoke. Back when scouting and

CTV gave reporters the heads up Wednesday that they’ll be hosting a virtual “Homefront” next Tuesday to unveil their plans for the 2020-21 season. Could one of their announcements be details on a possible Cardinal spinoff? That’s part of the speculation after comments made on social media by Cardinal star Billy Campbell. The Canadian Screen

The tribe has spoken: after 20 years and 40 seasons, the No. 1 show in English Canada the week of April 27 to May 3 was Survivor. You can’t kill this series with a Tiki torch. The “Winners at War” edition, set to bow out for the season tomorrow night, drew 2,295,000 A2+, Total viewers

A few thoughts on the finale episode of Cardinal, the CTV drama that ended a four season run Monday night. And, yes, stop reading now if you haven’t seen it yet, as there are spoilers ahead. I’m going to whip right past the outcome of the manhunt in the snow. There was the inevitable showdown

A share of a half-billion in emergency funding is headed towards the Canadian film and television industries thanks to Heritage Canada, The Canada Media Fund and Telefilm Canada. A $500 million relief fund designed to carry cultural industries past the COVID-19 pandemic had previously been announced by the federal government. On Friday, Minister of Canadian

Spend 42 minutes with Billy Campbell, my latest guest on brioux.tv: the podcast. Our conversation is ready to play now and can be found here. Campbell stars opposite Karine Vanasse on the dark and impressive CTV drama Cardinal. Just two episodes remain; the second-last hour airs tonight, Monday, May 4, at 10 p.m. ET; the

Tuesday night’s final episode of Schitt’s Creek drew an overnight, estimated CBC audience of 1,017,000 viewers. It was the sitcom’s highest overnight tally since the first season and CBC’s strongest draw in weeks. The hour-long farewell special that followed, “Best Wishes, Warmest Regards,” drew an additional 743,000 live, unconfirmed viewers from 8:30 p.m. ET to