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Vladimir Putin is doing his damndest to promote We’re All Gonna Die (Even Jay Baruchel). a new, six-part docuseries available for streaming now on Crave. Previous brioux.tv podcast guest Jay Baruchel is host and executive producer. He returns to talk about this new venture, shot mainly during the pandemic but before the invasion of Ukraine

Just as we’re all starting to explore life again outside our own personal bubble spaces, along comes a movie from Judd Apatow that holds a funhouse mirror up to the challenges of shooting movies and TV shows during the pandemic. That’s just one of several new offerings this month, including the long-awaited prequel to Game

Imagine going into a Big Brother-like room with ten top comedians. Let’s say they’re all Canadians. Why not name them: Colin Mochrie (Whose Line is it Anyway?), Dave Foley (Kids in the Hall), Andrew Phung (Run the Burbs), K Trevor Wilson (Letterkenny), Tom Green, Caroline Rhea, Deb DiGionanni, Jonathan Lajolie, Brandon Ash Mohammad and Mae

Besides killing it on The Moodys (Thursday nights on Fox), recent brioux.tv: the podcast guest Jay Baruchel has a new gig. The Ottawa native, who just turned 39 last Friday, will host the Canadian Amazon Original series LOL: Last One Laughing Canada. Produced by Insight Productions, the Toronto-lensed comedy competition series will feature a room

What’s the funniest series shot in Canada right now? I’ll nominate The Moodys, which premieres with back-to-back episodes tonight at 9 p.m. ET. Actually, it officially began a year and a half ago, as a three-episode Christmas sorta series. Those episodes were based on an Australian comedy. Pandemic and other delays later, it starts again as

I first met Jay Baruchel 20 years ago in Los Angeles on a Television Critics Association  Fox network reception in downtown Los Angeles. At 18, he was starring in Judd Apatow’s college comedy Undeclared alongside another young Canadian, Seth Rogan. The two were pretty excited to have landed on a promising show; what they  could not have