Street Legal


Street Legal‘s six-episode season finale drew an overnight, estimated 254,000 Monday night. CBC had already confirmed that this would also be the series finale, and the bad news no doubt contributed to this being the series’ second-lowest audience estimate. It went out with a bang, creatively, with Jean Yoon from Kim’s Convenience guesting along with

Sunday brought the final, televised gala for the Canadian Screen Awards, the annual salute to the film and TV industry. An overnight, estimated 335,000 tuned in across Canada; doubtless more streamed the Screenies. The big story Sunday, however, was opposite on Global where Big Brother Canada drew an estimated 954,000 overnight viewers. That’s not likely

In the past, especially on Republic of Doyle, Allan Hawco has played characters who sometimes find themselves on the opposite side of the prisoner’s dock in a courtroom. Tonight on Street Legal (Mondays at 9 p.m. (9:30 in NT), at the invitation of series star Cynthia Dale, he finally gets to robe up as a

The old rule used to be that it took four weeks for a new series to find it’s level. After three weeks, CBC’s reboot of it’s early ’90s law series Street Legal has gone 376,000, 341,000 and, this past Monday, 306,000 in overnight estimates. Will it bounce up in that important fourth week? Monday overall

On Monday, Week Two of CBC’s retro drama Street Legal (starring Yvonne Chapman, Steve Lund and Cara Ricketts, above) drew an overnight, estimated audience of 341,000 viewers, down slightly from 375,000 the week before. The drop was expected for several reasons: historically, most new shows lose up to 20 per cent of their audience in

CBC’s much ballyhooed reboot of Street Legal opened Monday to 376,000 overnight, estimated viewers. The Toronto-lensed legal drama brought Cynthia Dale (above) back as saucy solicitor Olivia Novak after a 25 year absence. The series shed a half million overnight viewers from its strong lead-in, the season finale of Murdoch Mysteries (867,000 in overnights; will