New stay-at-home orders are being issued across many states and provinces this weekend as COVID continues to spike out of control. Bunker down, folks, help get a handle on a second wave and cozy up to the many TV options here for you this weekend. If you haven’t already binged through The Queen’s Gambit and
Based on a trilogy of best-selling novels by Phillip Pullman, the HBO-BBC fantasy-drama His Dark Materials returns Monday. Canadians can see it on Crave. Most of the cast is back for Season Two, minus one last minute scratch: James McAvoy. The busy X-Men actor played Lord Asriel Belecqua in Season One of His Dark Materials.
Life imitated art last month as Dan Levy, Bette Midler, Issa Rae, Kaitlyn Dever and Sarah Paulson all took part in a virtual press session for the socially distanced comedy Coastal Elites. The special premieres Saturday on HBO and Crave. The virtual press day was hosted by Warner’s Media, part of the cable/streaming portion of
It’s always a good day to attend a TCA FX Networks press tour session — even if it is strictly a virtual, on-line experience. That was the case Wednesday as TV critics logged into three show panels as well as the always welcome executive session master class conducted by “The Mayor of Television,” FX Chairman
Sure, barriers are coming down and people are taking tentative steps back into stores and restaurants — maybe even schools. Still, a lot of us are continuing to stay close to the couch. What should we be watching on TV? Check my recent reviews on the excellent British documentary “My Generation,” hosted by Michael Caine,
Dan Levy found himself in some heady company Wednesday. The Schitt’s Creek executive producer and co-star took part in the virtual press day hosted by Warner’s Media, part of the cable/streaming portion of this summer’s TCA. Levy, Bette Midler, Issa Rae, Kaitlyn Dever and Sarah Paulson all take part in the socially distanced comedy Coastal
The new month is just as crammed with big stars (such as Seth Rogan in HBO’s “An American Pickle”), new broadcast, streaming and cable offerings and, for now anyway, lots of sports. Ignore all the great weather out there, check back often as this list will be updated, and strap onto your couch: SAT/AUG 1
They can probably start measuring Moira’s head for a new tiara. As announced Tuesday in Los Angeles, the CBC comedy Schitt’s Creek scored 15 Emmy nominations, a record haul for a Canadian produced comedy. The series, which bowed out after a sixth and final season, earned all but one of the 16 nominations showered on