This ain’t your parents CBC. That seemed to be the message Wednesday in Toronto as Canada’s public broadcaster hosted an industry event they called “CBC Live at Massey Hall.” The hour-long stage presentation was youthful and vibrant, showcasing a Millennial-and-under vibe that made it seem more like a re-launch of Vice than a traditional broadcaster’s

For the second week in a row, Ryan Murphy’s The Watcher was the most-watched series in Canada on Netflix. It edged out Season 3 of Love is Blind and Dahmer: Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, still Top-3 in its fifth week on the chart. Meanwhile, Netflix, besides introducing their ad-supported basic tier (coming in November

I like my podcast guests to feel comfortable. That’s not always possible over a zoom call, but that didn’t stop Jennifer Finnigan, currently back for a second season on CBC’s comedy-drama Moonshine.  For our interview, the Montreal native chose to stay in bed. That is a level of intimacy and/or laziness usually reserved for close friends

Another milestone in Canadian television is reached with the 50th anniversary of the launch of The Beachcombers. Canadians coast-to-coast were still buzzing over Team Canada’s last-minute heroics over the Soviet Union in the Summit series when The Beachcombers premiered on CBC Television on October 1, 1972. The series starred Bruno Gerussi as log scavenger Nick Adonidas