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You never read stories about them. They’re rarely trending on social media. Still, two million (mostly older) Canadians a week are still watching hour-long dramas or half-hour sitcom imports on old-fashioned broadcast television stations. The Good Doctor wins most week’s CTV simulcasts a new episode of the series. The fact 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lonestar land

Fire up the tiki torch and pass the Doritos: Survivor beat The Masked Singer head-to-head in premiere week overnights in Canada. The 39th season, called Survivor: Island of the Idols and featuring past winners “Boston” Rob Mariano and Sandra Diaz-Twine, drew an overnight, estimated 1,497,000 viewers over its 90-minute season premiere. Global followed that up

Forget about those dirty double crosses. NBC(and Global) broadcasts a triple crossover this week involving all three Dick Wolf dramas set in Chicago. The story begins on Chicago Fire (Monday at 9 p.m. ET on Global; Tues. at 10 p.m. on NBC) then spreads to Chicago Med (Tuesday at 7 on Global; Wednesday at 9 p.m. on

Some TV stars are just dying to talk to reporters. Then there is Elias Koteas. The man is just not into the whole press scene. A native of Montreal, the actor currently plays a cop on Chicago PD (airing Wednesday nights at 10 p.m. ET on Global and NBC). His character, Det. Alvin Olinsky, is

Was CBC anchor Peter Mansbridge too buddy-buddy with new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on that bus? CHML’s Scott Thompson wanted my take on CBC’s coverage last week of Trudeau’s first day at work. I thought there was nothing wrong with Mansbridge’s informal tone and also enjoyed Trudeau’s zinger suggesting Mansbridge might be out of touch with

CHICAGO, Ill–Who doesn’t love seeing things blow up real good? Certainly not TV journalists. NBC knew what they were doing when they invited an international gathering of beat writers to Chicago Monday to visit the sets of three Dick Wolf dramas: Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and the newest entry, Chicago Med (premiering Nov. 17 on