Global framed their 43 minute, virtual upfront presentation Wednesday with an old-fashioned “let’s put on a show” approach. Food Network Canada host Noah Cappe kidded around as the director of the virtual video, introducing Corus execs such as Doug Murphy, Troy Reeb and Barb McKergow. Hey, it’s been a long year in lockdown. Things opened
Fire up the Tiki torch and pass the Doritos: CBS is bringing Survivor back next fall. The 20-yearold reality series will return after a year off due to the coronavirus pandemic. Its return will be not a moment too soon for Global, which has feasted on their most valuable import and sagged without it in
Tough as Nails could describe how we’ve all had to become over the past 11 or 12 months. It’s also a reality series, celebrating ordinary working heroes, created and hosted by The Amazing Race‘s Phil Keoghan. Season 2 premieres Wednesday Feb. 10 on CBS and Global. Keoghan and his wife Louise co-executive produce the series.
The tribe has spoken: after 20 years and 40 seasons, the No. 1 show in English Canada the week of April 27 to May 3 was Survivor. You can’t kill this series with a Tiki torch. The “Winners at War” edition, set to bow out for the season tomorrow night, drew 2,295,000 A2+, Total viewers
Canadian scripted series Transplant, Schitt’s Creek and Cardinal were all among the 30 most-watched TV shows in English Canada the week of April 6-12, 2020. With much of the nation isolated at home and in front of their screens, viewership overall was high. All 31 shows on the list (there was a tie for 30th
Isolating in home, Canadians are turning more and more to television to get them through this unchartered era. The March 30 to April 5 Numeris list of Top 30 programs in English Canada shows that the season finale of the import medical drama The Good Doctor soared over three million viewers on CTV. (The 2+
With regular sports programming out of the mix, one of television’s longest-running reality shows — along with COVID-19 coverage — seem to be getting a ratings boost. Here’s a look at Wednesday and Thursday overnights in English Canada: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 Global’s big night was topped by 20-year wonder Survivor playing to 1,843,000 according to
Survivor — a.k.a. the Boston Rob Show — just keeps on thriving. Wednesday night, the 20-year-old CBS reality import scored an overnight, estimated 1,701,000 viewers on Global to take show of the night honours. It’s been the second or third most-watched show in English Canada in the last few Live+7 Top 30 Numeris rankings, too,