It’s being billed as “The World’s First True Hollywood Story.” No, not Peter Jackson’s recent documentary epic “The Beatles Get Back,” or Aaron Sorkin’s upcoming look at Lucille Ball, “Being the Ricardos.”Saturday night on Showtime and Crave, go back 100 years and more with The Little Tramp in “The Real Charlie Chaplin.” What was the
Remember Al Pacino shouting “Attica” in “Dog Day Afternoon”? That’s about all anyone remembers 50 years after the deadliest prison riot in America’s history. The actual revolt, the bloodiest in American history, is detailed in the new Showtime documentary “Attica” (also currently streaming on Crave). This is an unblinking look at the upstate 1971 New
“K Trev,” as he’s known to friends and fans, is not only a Roast Battle Canada judge, he has also been fire-tested as a former comptetior. The Toronto native, showcased for years at Montreal’s annual Just for Laughs comedy festival, competed three times on the original US version of the series. The show sees stand-up
Way back when I was a high school student working as a busboy at a restaurant at Ontario Place, I was able to see several unforgetable concerts at the Forum. This was a beautiful, hillside venue, an outdoor theatre-in-the-round that sat three thousand in the circular stands and another four thousand on the surrounding hillsides.
It never fails to amaze me that broadcast networks still carry the Emmy Awards. The 73rd Emmy Awards is scheduled to return with a live audience and with Cedric the Entertainer as host on Sunday, Sept. 19 on CBS and CTV. CBS, with 26 nominations, does at least have a rooting interest (as does parent
Sometimes, no matter who you are, triumph and tragedy can arrive at the same, heartbreaking moment Take Jean Smart for example. In an Emmy award-winning career packed with dramas and comedies (including Designing Women, 24, Frasier, Fargo, and Legion), she is riding the crest of what Vanity Fair is calling her “Smartaissance.” At 69, she
Another sign that the world is unfolding as it should: Puppers beer is back. Yes, the dark golden lager enjoyed by Hicks and Hockey players alike on the Crave comedy Letterkenny is making a return to the stores. You can find it in select Sobeys, beer stores and the LCBO in Ontario in time for
Global TV and radio host Jeff McArthur called Thursday to discuss the Friends Reunion special streaming now on HBO Max and Crave in Canada. You can listen to that 12 minute radio report here. Friends was one of the big hits Global imported back in the late ’90s, early ‘2000’s, along with other “Must See”