It is March, a month when most of Canada is colder than Kevin Spacey’s TV career. Knowing many of us are staying cozy on the couch, the networks and streaming services in Canada and the U.S. are hoping to keep us there with some terrific new shows that are joining their schedules. Here is a
If you watched The Super Bowl on the Canadian feed Sunday night, you likely saw that Jann Arden’s upcoming dramedy “Jann” will premiere March 20 on CTV. If you didn’t, here’s a link to the promotional spot on Facebook. The Calgary-born singer-songwriter plays an comically exaggerated version of herself. In an interview on the set
CALGARY — “This is the hardest work I’ve ever done,” says Jann Arden. The 56-year-old singer/songwriter is taking questions from a gathering of reporters and media influencers on the set of her upcoming series Jann. While an exact date has yet to be announced, the Alberta-based, six-episode comedy will premiere later this season, perhaps in
I know Randy Lennox reads this blog. He told me so himself during Bell’s annual breakfast with the executives during last Thursday’s upfront in Toronto. The Bell Media president told me, in fact, that he was nearly run over as he was crossing the street while reading my take on the Rogers and Corus upfronts.
Workin’ Moms doesn’t officially return until January 9. The second season, however, is teased Tuesday night in a “very special” flashback episode. When we next see Kate Foster (Catherine Reitman), she a young party gal in the back seat of a limo with her best friend Anne (Dani Kind), heading to Anne’s wedding. The episode pulls
I know what you’re thinking. Another bloody singing talent show. Canada Sings (premiering tonight on Global) is that but it is also more Undercover Boss than The Sing Off. The premise pits two teams of 12 office workers against each other to see if they can learn a Glee-level song and dance routine. In tonight’s