The closing week of the 2022 Olympic Winter Games impacted broadcast television viewership across English Canada. Not so much because Games coverage took over but because so many US procedural simulcasts were sidelined. Here is how the Top-10 TV shows performed the week of February 14 to 20 according to Numeris (average-minute-audience, 2+ totals): 9-1-1

This week, CHML’s Scott Thompson wanted to know if anybody is watching the Stanley Cup playoffs. They certainly are when Montreal is involved. The Habs-Bruins Game Seven tilt drew 4.56 million overnight, estimated viewers last week and their sixth match scored 3.67M. West coast games,however, have been struggling to crack the million mark and even

Strombo shows off apple corer picked up on HSC With all the TV and film folk in Toronto attending the “Needies,” the rumour mill has been busier than Martin Short making up a big awards show production number on the spot.Among the hot gossip reaching Brampton is this tidbit, apparently to be confirmed Monday: Goodbye,

Hey, anybody remember hockey? The fastest game on earth? Little round disc, guy with loud jackets?Seems if the players aren’t wearing blue and white sweaters with little leaves on them, a lot of us just don’t care. The ratings for the second round of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs have been astonishingly low.How low? A

Montreal Gazzette great Terry “Aislin” Mosher Monday’s overnight, estimated audience for CBC’s coverage of the Leafs’ Game Seven heart breaker drew a staggering 5,155,000 viewers. That tops the 4.5M+ who tuned in for Sunday’s Leafs victory over Boston in Game Six and is likely the highest total ever for an opening round playoff tilt.CBC drew

Talk about offside. CBC sweats through a long labour mess, finally gets a half-season of  Hockey Night in Canada revenues back come January, and four big Canadian market teams make the playoffs. Happy days are here again.A week or so into May and Canada’s hockey broadcasters are back on their knees recovering from the latest

This week, CHML’s Scott Thompson wanted to know more about that shot of me and Batman (posted a few days ago). I tell the story behind the picture, and ramble on about why the 1966-68 superhero series has never been released to home video or the DVD market.Scott also wanted to know if the hockey