This special Thursday premiere on brioux.tv: the podcast features a hilarious and enlightening conversation with Chuck Tatham, one of the executive producers of this Sunday’s CBC documentary, “Offside: The Harold Ballard Story.” Tathan hails from Listowel, Ont., in southwestern Ontario — a remote farm town that is pretty much acknowledged as the blueprint for Letterkenny.
The closing week of the 2022 Olympic Winter Games impacted broadcast television viewership across English Canada. Not so much because Games coverage took over but because so many US procedural simulcasts were sidelined. Here is how the Top-10 TV shows performed the week of February 14 to 20 according to Numeris (average-minute-audience, 2+ totals): 9-1-1
There was no surprise with Numeris’ weekly report of Top-30 TV shows in English Canada for the week of February 7 to 13: The Super Bowl was by far the biggest draw of the week, month and year. CTV drew a total audience of 7.225 million viewers for the telecast, with an additional 1.265 million
For the second week in a row, mid-season entry 9-1-1-: Lone Star sits atop the Numeris Top-30 of all shows watched in English Canada. Canadians, it seems, can’t get enough Rob Lowe. Here is the English Canada National tally for January 10-16 (all data average-minute-audience, ages 2+, compiled and estimated over seven days): 9-1-1: Lone
Children don’t ruin everything. Snow ruins everything. A lot of it is being dumped across Ontario all day today. If only there was a great podcast episode to listen to while you’re shoveling. Hey, wait a minute — there is! Click on the blue and white arrow above and listen now to writer/showrunner Kurt Smeaton
Schitt’s Creek proved you can go for it when it comes to a TV title. Children Ruin Everything, for example, is snappy and straight to the point. The series premieres Wednesday at 8 p.m. on CTV. The eight-episode season stars Meaghan Rath and Aaron Abrams as Astrid and James, a young couple raising two young
January is a busy month in broadcast with plenty of new and returning shows, including some homegrown comedies. There are also plenty of big names headlining several streaming projects. It’s all there to take your mind off another month locked inside the house. As always, check back often as the calendar page is constantly being