For the fifth week this season, Survivor was the most-watched show on broadcast TV in all of English Canada. It narrowly edged out 9-1-1 on Global and The Rookie on CTV for top spot among viewers 2+ in Live+7 totals on Numeris’ April 25-May 1 Top-30. There were few surprises among that week’s Top-10 in
In the last few days, I’ve done ten radio interviews all about one topic: the sudden stock dump at Netflix. The one-day dip of around 35 per cent wiped out an estimated US$50 billion in valuation. It was triggered by a quarterly report that showed that, for the first time in its eleven-year history, subscriptions
Global News Radio host Jeff McArthur called Wednesday and asked me to weigh in on a recent report: “Are we streamed out?” You can listen to our discussion by clicking on the arrow above. The question arises as Netflix imposes a new price hike for subscribers. The standard plan in Canada just went from $14.99
“Is there a heaven?” It is a question Ricky Gervais’ character Tony is asked in the final episode of After Life. The series returned for a third and final, six-episode season Friday night on Netflix. In real life and in fiction, Gervais has made it clear that he does not believe in Heaven, God, angels
The brioux.tv August calendar page has been updated to include, among other things, tonight’s surprise addition of four new episodes of Grace & Frankie. Production on the comedy, which is entering its seventh and final season, has been delayed due to safety protocols during the pandemic. No sense putting stars Jane Fonda, 83, and Lily
“Holy shit is right, Devi,” I had almost forgotten one of the most delightful aspects of Never Have I Ever — the fact that it is narrated by John McEnroe — until I started watching the second season’s first episode. All ten new episodes are up now on Netflix. Let the binging begin. The former
It never fails to amaze me that broadcast networks still carry the Emmy Awards. The 73rd Emmy Awards is scheduled to return with a live audience and with Cedric the Entertainer as host on Sunday, Sept. 19 on CBS and CTV. CBS, with 26 nominations, does at least have a rooting interest (as does parent
Friday is always a big launch day for streaming services, but especially in the first weekend of summer. If you subscribe, therefore, to Netflix, Disney+, Peacock, Hulu or others, you should fine something fun to watch this weekend. If not, there’s always hockey. Here are some suggested picks: Miley Cyrus Presents Stand By You (Peacock).