The CBC Monday released the dates of their winter 2024 schedule for new and returning series. There was no waiting around for writers and actors strikes to be settled for these homegrown series to premiere. All are set to air on the home network and will also be streaming on CBC Gem. Among their new
Forget, for a moment, that many of us, if we’re watching broadcast at all so far this fall, have been binge-ing baseball, football or hockey. Set aside the fact that non-sports fans are finding their primetime fix on Netflix, Disney+, AppleTV+, Prime Video or Paramount+. Disregard the utter chaos from the strikes that has left
Eric McCormack is such a terrific podcast guest we’re running this episode twice. The occasion is the premiere, April 6, of Slasher: Ripper. This fifth season of the horror anthology series airs on the streaming service Shudder in the States and in Canada on one of our sponsors here at brioux.tv, Hollywood Suite. Set in 1910,
I don’t think I ever met anyone who had a bad word to say about David Onley. The Citytv television journalist and former Lieutenant Governor of Ontario died January 15 in Toronto. He was 72. Onley was stricken with Polio at the age of three, resulting in partial paralysis. Starting his on-camera career in 1984
A close game ending in a spectacular winning goal Monday night at the World Junior Hockey Championships drew an estimated, overnight, 2,485,000 viewers. Connor Bedard’s overtime deke lifted Canada over a determined Slovakia club. Canada went on to defeat the USA Wednesday (where ratings were likely even higher) and face Czechia — the team that
In the three-year history of brioux.tv: the podcast, by far the most downloaded episode has been a conversation I had two years ago with Murdoch Mysteries star Yannick Bisson. The actor is back to talk about “Baking All the Way,” a new Super Channel Heart & Home original he stars in and directs this holiday season. The
Do not adjust your set. Tonight’s episode of Murdoch Mysteries is shot in sensational black and white. It is a milestone episode, the 250th of the popular CBC drama, which is halfway through its 16th season. After tonight, the series will sit out the holiday season as CBC goes wall-to-wall Christmas right through until January.