Fire up the Tiki torch and pass the Doritos: CBS is bringing Survivor back next fall. The 20-yearold reality series will return after a year off due to the coronavirus pandemic. Its return will be not a moment too soon for Global, which has feasted on their most valuable import and sagged without it in
How did the 2021 Grammy Awards do Sunday night in the ratings? Well, depends on who you ask. If you ask CBS, the headlines in their Monday release all emphasized the positive. “The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards Delivered Largest Audience for an Awards Show This Season,” the release began. “Music’s Biggest Night Attracts Nearly 9
CBS Presents: Oprah with Meghan and Harry was an even bigger draw in Canada than in the United States Sunday night. On Global in Canada, the two-hour special drew an average minute audience of 2.8 million viewers according to Live+ same day data from Numeris. This makes it, according to the network, the No. 1
Possible baby names for Archie’s new sister: Betty or Veronica Steadman now 14th in line for the crown Both Meghan and Harry look uncomfortable in “Suits” Oprah spelled backwards is Harpo The Queen used to flush the palace toilet evey time Meghan took a shower Harry misses free WiFi at Buckingham palace Harry and Meghan
If you’re looking for a new TV series that would go well with a nice glass of Chianti, well… keep looking. For those of you drinking something stronger, there’s Clarice. Described as a psychological horror crime drama, the shot-in-Toronto series premieres Thursday night on CBS and Global. It’s based on the book and the Oscar-winning,
Tough as Nails could describe how we’ve all had to become over the past 11 or 12 months. It’s also a reality series, celebrating ordinary working heroes, created and hosted by The Amazing Race‘s Phil Keoghan. Season 2 premieres Wednesday Feb. 10 on CBS and Global. Keoghan and his wife Louise co-executive produce the series.
The first Super Bowl of the COVID era shows that the “Big Game” is still TV’s top draw — even if audience levels slid slightly in both the U.S. and Canada. Host broadcaster CBS claims Super Bowl LV had a Total Audience Delivery of 96.4 million viewers across all their platforms, including the main broadcast
When the cops and courts can’t help, who do you turn to? That’s the thinking behind bringing back The Equalizer, a vigilante justice hour starring Queen Latifah. It premieres Sunday after the Super Bowl on CBS and Global. (Canada’s Super Bowl network, CTV, switches instead to their new home reno series Homes Family Values featuring