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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

Tuesday night brings the second episode of the new CBC sitcom Son of a Critch. Titled, “Lordy, Lordy, Look Who’s Dead,” it opens with a favourite family activity for the Critch clan: attending funerals. That’s where, among other things like paying respects, sandwiches can be obtained and hoarded. “Pops” (Malcolm McDowell), is an old pro

CBC, which could use a little good news, got some Tuesday night. That’s when their new sitcom Son of a Critch rocketed off to a robust start. The Newfoundland lensed series based on star/co-creator Mark Critch’s memoir drew 740,000 viewers, an opening number that is sure to grow as six more days of data is

January is a busy month in broadcast with plenty of new and returning shows, including some homegrown comedies. There are also plenty of big names headlining several streaming projects. It’s all there to take your mind off another month locked inside the house. As always, check back often as the calendar page is constantly being

CBC whipped through their virtual, on-line Upfront 2021 presentation Wednesday like it was an Olympic event — fitting since they’re Canada’s host broadcaster for both this summer’s Tokyo Games as well as the Beijing Winter Games in 2020. It took just 33 minutes for the public broadcaster to promote 35 new and returning series from