The World Junior Hockey Championships dominated ratings across English Canada the week of December 28, 2020 – January 3, 2021. Canada’s win over the Czech Republic on Sat., Jan. 2 drew 2,859,000 viewers on TSN to top the ratings for the week. The averaged total for two preliminary round games involving Canada earlier in the
Yes, we’re still in lockdown; in some places, more locked down then ever. While you’re waiting to get vaccinated, here are five recent shows to search, binge and enjoy: Death to 2020 (Netflix). The folks behind the British mockumentary Black Mirror created this deadpan, cynical, wickedly funny look at the year from Hell. Brilliantly written
Murdoch Mysteries returns for a 14th season tonight with an episode titles, “Murdoch and the Tramp.” No, the steadfast CBC detective has not taken up with a lady of the evening. Instead, the historical drama mixes fact and fiction tonight as a British Music Hall troupe comes to Toronto circa 1910. One of their members
Should anyone be surprised that Buster Keaton movies will still make humans and other species laugh well into the 32nd century? That was the future as portrayed on last week’s episode of Star Trek: Discovery. The USS Discovery’s Captain Saru (Doug Jones) knows his crew is a little bummed at being booted ahead a millennium.
Talk about voter suppression! For some reason, the data service Numeris doesn’t include CNN in its weekly English Canada Top 30 total ratings reports. (Odd, because they track them in their daily overnight estimates.) If they did, the U.S. news network’s coverage of the second (and final) presidential debate Oct. 22 would have shown that
You’d think the election was in Canada. On Thursday, an overnight, estimated 1,978,000 Canadians watched the final US presidential debate live on CNN. That will top 2 million and be the No. 1 show in English Canada for the week by the time the Live+7 overnights are tallied. Canadians not watching the one hour and
Like a time traveling series searching for the right worm hole, Star Trek: Discovery is finally back for a third season. I’ve seen the first episode, and damn if it doesn’t boldly go. Now, as mentioned here before, I’m not a traditional Star Trek fan. I therefore do not have the usual “prime directive” violation
It has been a year-and-a-half since Star Trek: Discovery last boldly went on it’s most recent TV voyage. It finally returns Thursday with 13 new episodes on CTV Sci-Fi Channel as well as CBS AllAccess. In addition, Crave will start streaming it Friday The shot-in-Toronto series has sat so long the calendar has almost caught