Forget, for a moment, that many of us, if we’re watching broadcast at all so far this fall, have been binge-ing baseball, football or hockey. Set aside the fact that non-sports fans are finding their primetime fix on Netflix, Disney+, AppleTV+, Prime Video or Paramount+. Disregard the utter chaos from the strikes that has left
Many Canadians agree — it’s time to bring some Law & Order to Toronto. It was announced Monday that Rogers’-owned Citytv is going to do just that by launching Law & Order Toronto: Criminal Intent in the spring of 2024. Ten episodes of the still to be cast drama will be shot and produced in
On this week’s second and last semi-final episode. nine more acts from across Canada set out to prove that they deserve a berth on the live season finale of Canada’s Got Talent. First up were the Group Golden Buzzer winners from the audition round, The Cast. The Quebec dancers promised more drama in the semis.
“This is the stage that makes dreams come true,” declared judge Lilly Singh off the top of Tuesday’s exciting first-of-two semi-final episodes of Canada’s Got Talent. Added Howie Mandel: “Are they going to rise to the occasion? Or are they going to be crushed under the pressure?” First up on Tuesday’s semi-final showdown was Alexandra
After a season of shocks and surprises, this Tuesday’s sixth’s episode of Canada’s Got Talent took us down to the final auditioners. The episode started with three consecutive circus acts. Cirque Kalabante, a four-member, Montreal-based group featuring one very bendable human pretzel, went first. The judges were both astounded and terrified. Howie Mandel loved it,
On the latest episode of Canada’s Got Talent, host Lindsay Ell demonstrating a new work skill – roadie. Ell came to the aid of singer-guitarist and initial auditioner Mattia Pironti who was having technical difficulties. To be specific, he was having feedback issues with the loop station connected to his guitar. Ell, a country-pop singer-songwriter
A little monster named Cydnee Abbott was the first act up on Week Four of Canada’s Got Talent. The 10-year-old from Oakville, Ont., confidently walked before the judges and onto the OLG Stage at Fallsview Casino. The tiny dancer seemed sweet and small at first but then quick-changed into a sinister-looking black outfit and, combined