NEW YORK — One of the sure signs of spring is the annual promotion of the next fall TV season. There are signs all over Manhattan, including illuminated ads on top of Yellow Cabs promoting the return of Will & Grace. That’s a straight-to-series reboot NBC will flaunt next week when all the US networks unveil their
“I’m just so bloody excited to show the world this movie.” That’s Jay Baruchel on his pet project, “Goon: Last of the Enforcers,” opening in cinemas across Canada Friday. This is the long-awaited sequel to the 2011 hockey comedy “Goon.” Baruchel not only acts in and co-wrote the sequel (with Jesse Chabot), he also makes
Has Man Seeking Woman found its Mary Tyler Moore? The FXX network comedy has shaken things up in this its third season. Gone are the series of disastrous dates inflicted upon Josh Greenberg (Jay Baruchel). Instead, lovable loser Josh finds himself matched up in a steady, season-long relationship with Lucy — played with pluck and panache
One of the most imaginative comedies shot in Toronto is about to wrap up for a second season. Man Seeking Woman bows out Wednesday night at 10:30 ET on FXX and FXX Canada. Jay Baruchel (above) stars as a Josh, a one-man dating disaster area. On the season finale, Josh finally gets his chance to be with work-mate Rosa (Rosa Salazar).
Jay Baruchel has grown since I first met him, and not just as an actor. That was way back at the TCA Fox party for Undeclared in 2001. He was just a punk kid in the freshman college comedy, part of an awesome cast which included another funny Canuck, Seth Rogan. They were basically two
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.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.–FX Networks are becoming major players on the Canadian TV production scene. Fargo shot season one in Calgary and network president John Landgraf indicated at press tour Monday he hopes to return there for season two. (Well, not he, personally, but whoever is in the all new cast). The Strain shoots in Toronto, and,