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Seems a lot of folks just wanted to see how they were all holding up: the reboot/re-think of ’90s hit Beverly Hills 90210 shed viewers, at least in overnight estimates, in the second week of the series. This Wednesday, 831,000 viewers were estimated to have tuned in watch the series in Canada on Global according

The Amazing Race Canada continues to dominate the summer TV scene in English Canada. Tuesday’s release of the July 15 to 21st national Live+7 data shows The Amazing Race Canada on top for the third straight week with 1,885,000 viewers. In second spot is the weekly average for The CTV Evening News, which sits more

The oldest teammate ever on The Amazing Race Canada was eliminated Tuesday night. Gilles Miron, a 65-year-old grandfather from Sunderland, Ont., was eliminated on the third leg of the race along with his 20-year-old grandson Sean after running afoul of the dreaded (and newly introduced) “Double Blind One Way.” Much of Tuesdays’ race was run

More Canadians may have watched the Toronto Raptors NBA Championship parade live in Toronto than on screens across Canada. Either way, it was a seven hour plus marathon. Coverage across CTV, Rogers and CBC stations pre-empted entire daytime schedules as the parade inched through massive crowds paralyzing downtown Toronto. Among Bell stations, including the main

Wednesday, Bell Media announced that the 6th game of the NBA finals between the Toronto Raptors and the Golden State Warriors will be carried on the main CTV network as well as on TSN. This follows Rogers’ decision to broadcast Monday’s Game 5, one-point win by the Warriors on not just their Sportsnet stations but

UPDATED WITH MONDAY NIGHT NUMBERS: What is the bigger draw so far this month of June in Canada: hockey or basketball? It’s not even close. Monday’s fourth game of the Stanley Cup finals between the Boston Bruins and the St. Louis Blues drew an overnight, estimated, average minute audience of 1,198,000 viewers on CBC plus

Last Saturday’s thrilling Game Six, 3rd Round victory by the Toronto Raptors over the Milwaukee Bucks set a record for NBA viewership in Canada. The game, which earned Toronto its first ever berth in the NBA finals, drew 2,503,000 on Sportsnet National and another 624,000 on Sportsnet One+. That’s a combined live total of 3,127,000