PASADENA, Calif. — Canada Day at TCA continued Monday afternoon with the Pop TV panel for Schitt’s Creek. This month, the series launched its sixth and final season in both Canada (on CBC) and the United States. The four main leads — Catherine O’Hara, Eugene Levy, Dan Levy and Annie Murphy — took a final
If you love classic Christmas episodes, Hamilton, Ontario’s CHCH has a two-day marathon that is the perfect holiday gift. One Tuesday Dec. 24 and Wednesday, Dec. 25, they’re offering a “Have yourself a Retro Little Christmas” holiday marathon. The superstation pulled every holiday-themed episode from their daytime rotation of sitcoms and dramas from the ’60s,
“Hey Lady!” is a phrase you expect to hear brayed from the late Jerry Lewis. Fitting, then, to hear it is now the title of an upcoming comedy series starring the equally hilarious Jayne Eastwood. It was announced Tuesday that Eastwood will be starring in the CBC Gem series Hey Lady! The eight episode digital
John Candy may have passed away 25 years ago today, but his legend will live as long as there are planes, trains and automobiles. I only met him once, towards the end of his life, at a Toronto press conference. It was shortly before he departed for Mexico to begin work on his final production,
I know Randy Lennox reads this blog. He told me so himself during Bell’s annual breakfast with the executives during last Thursday’s upfront in Toronto. The Bell Media president told me, in fact, that he was nearly run over as he was crossing the street while reading my take on the Rogers and Corus upfronts.
Last December, Jimmy Kimmel checked a biggie off his bucket list when he was invited over to Martin Short’s house. The host of Jimmy Kimmel Live and The Oscars, could not have been more excited. An invitation to Short’s annual Christmas party has for years been one of the hottest tickets in Hollywood. “I will
On Sunday, I will “take off” for the SCTV reunion at the Elgin Theatre in Toronto. CHML’s Scott Thompson had plenty of questions about Martin Scorsese’s upcoming SCTV documentary, which has just been picked up in Canada by CTV. Smart move, Bell. Not a lot of details are known at this point about the project,
Here’s a salute all of Canada can get behind — the great Martin Scorsese doing a documentary about SCTV. Netflix announced it Thursday, with a cast reunion and showcase happening at Toronto’s Elgin Theatre May 13 in Toronto. Oscar and late night host Jimmy Kimmel is flying north to moderate that prestigious panel. When I heard