Think you know Enrico Colantoni already from Just Shoot Me, “Galaxy Quest,” Veronica Mars, Flashpoint, Bad Blood and “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”? Think again Apache Burger breath! This fellow Etobian is my special guest on the latest BriouxTV: The Podcast, up now at Soundcloud, iTunes, Apple Podcasts, Google, Pocket and where ever great
It was great catching up on the phone last month with one of the good guys : Enrico Colantoni. The Toronto-born actor, who starred for six seasons on CTV’s Flashpoint, is back this month on the show that will not die — Veronica Mars. The new episodes are available for streaming now at Hulu in
Remember how September came and went and there were hardly any new Canadian TV shows in the mix? Global decided long ago not to throw a raw Canadian series into the wood chipper that is the fall TV season. Other broadcasters now also hold their Canadian brownie points until the beginning of a new calendar year.
Many thanks to co-founders Hamlin Grange, Cynthia Reyes and all who worked to pull together Innoversity Summit 2014 Tuesday and Wednesday in Toronto. I had the good fortune to mederate a panel of “Canadian TV Goldmakers, Haymakers, Groundbreakers, Hitmakers.” Whatever you call them, they were a blue ribbon panel: Saving Hope co-creator and showrunner Morwyn
Wednesday in Toronto, I’ve been asked to moderate a panel of Canadian television “hitmakers” at the Innoversity Creative Summit. The two hour discussion starts at 10 a.m. at the Toronto Reference Library just north of Bloor on Yonge. The panel features miracle workers–individuals who not only created TV shows but got them on the air
Colantoni, middle, is flanked by (l-r) Ward, Allen, Canning and Casey I tried to interview Enrico Colantoni a few months ago on the set of his new series Remedy but he was just too damn busy. The made-in-Toronto medical drama premieres tonight at 9 p.m. ET on Global.The man stopped by to say hi when
Thursday night at 10 p.m. brings the beginning of the end for Flashpoint. The two-part series finale, “Keep the Peace,” concludes next Thurs., Dec. 13, at 10 p.m. on CTV.The shot-in-Toronto drama has been topping the 1.6 million viewers per week mark again as it heads off air and into syndication. A total of 75
He’s alive! It’s alive! CTV orders a second season of Saving Hope Back last June when CTV launched Saving Hope, officials at the network insisted it could go it alone should broadcast partner NBC ditch the series.True to their word, CTV not only officially renewed Hope Friday, it boosted its second season order to 18