It’s not too late to fill up on that finale episode of Corner Gas Animated. Created by Brent Butt, the series premiered its final half-hour earlier this week on the CTV Comedy Channel but you can still stream it on-demand at CTV.ca or on Crave. When Butt guested on brioux.tv the podcast earlier this year,
“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
Tonight on CTV Comedy channel, Corner Gas Animated premieres its very first Christmas episode. “It has that nice, feel-good, Christmas thing that you want to have,” says creator-executive producer Brent Butt. “It warms your cockles, but it also has that Corner Gas snide bent to it.” The episode, titled, “Tinsel-itis,” follows the usual multiple story
Hard to imagine, but John Travolta passed on the role of Forrest Gump. Johnny Depp was John Hughes first choice to play Ferris Bueller. Al Pacino had first shot at being Han Solo in Star Wars. Casting “What if’s” also occur in television. Tiffani Thiessen auditioned for Rachel Green on Friends. Matt LeBlanc was offered
Tonight, Thanksgiving Monday in Canada, turkey and stuffing aren’t the only things on the agenda. There’s also a third season of Corner Gas Animated. As fans know by now, the original cast members — except for Janet Wright (Emma, who passed away in 2016), all returned to reprise their live action roles on the series.