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CBC could have called Wednesday’s virtual 2022-2023 presentation, This Upfront Has 27 Minutes. Hosted by Andrew Phung from Run the Burbs and Kim’s Convenience (above), the public broadcaster’s sizzle reel was heavy on clips and light on talking heads. Phung promised “thrills and chills” and then gave way to the networks’ Executive Vice President, Barbara

The Rob Lowe firefighter drama 9-1-1: Lone Star continued to perform well across Canada this winter, topping all shows in terms of total audience ages 2+. Several other imported procedural dramas followed as schedules got more or less back to normal post-Olympics. Seven of the Top-10 were CTV shows, with Global claiming the other three

For the second week in a row, mid-season entry 9-1-1-: Lone Star sits atop the Numeris Top-30 of all shows watched in English Canada. Canadians, it seems, can’t get enough Rob Lowe. Here is the English Canada National tally for January 10-16 (all data average-minute-audience, ages 2+, compiled and estimated over seven days): 9-1-1: Lone

Tonight’s fourth episode of Son of a Critch is titled, “Cucumber Slumber.” It could have also have been called “Province in a Pickle.” The episode finds roving reporter Mike Sr. (played by Mark Critch) firmly behind a new provincial government initiative to make Newfoundland the cucumber capital of Canada. His sudden interest is swayed after

As the first full week of the New Year arrived, viewers across Canada welcomed back the mid-season returns of many hour-long imports. 9-1-1: Lone Star topped the English Canada ratings with the Rob Lowe firehouse drama drawing over 1.8 million viewers the week of January 3-9, 2022. Plenty of other usual suspects followed as a