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Somebody needs to send a few private eyes over to Global to find out why this is the final season Private Eyes. Jason Priestley wanted to do more seasons, as he tells me in our recent brioux.tv” the podcast conversation. Canadians clearly want to see more. In its second episode back, already switched to a

Pleased to be in several newspapers and web sites today, including The Toronto Star, reporting for The Canadian Press on the early response by TV viewers to the 2020 Olympic Summer Games fro Tokyo. Despite a 13-hour time difference from Tokyo to Toronto, CBC’s live morning coverage and prime time replays are starting to gather

Sportsnet is reporting that Tampa Bay Lightning’s cup-clinching, Game Five victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night drew an average minute audience of 4.1 million viewers. The 1-0 victory was the most-watched game of the fourth and final round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. The five final round games drew an average minute audience

With most imported series done for the season and the Toronto Maple Leafs eliminated from the NHL playoffs, the Top 30 most-watched shows in English Canada took a tumble into the bland days of early summer. According to Numeris, here’s how things looked in English Canada in Live+7 totals the week of June 7 -13:

This has been a rough year for awards shows in terms of TV audience. How, then, did the 50th annual Juno Awards do on CBC a week ago Sunday? Not bad considering. The virtual, two-hour special – the first Junos broadcast since the beginning of the pandemic – pulled in a Live+6, 2+ average audience