This Thursday is the series finale of Canada’s most-watched TV show for nearly a decade — The Big Bang Theory. Brioux.TV takes a look back at set visits and cast interviews over the past dozen years. Part One (June, 2007): CBS introduces the cast and producers to reporters in Pasadena, Calif., at the Television Critics

If you’re going to steal from rich people, think big. That’s one of the take-always from HBO’s new documentary “The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley.” It premieres Monday, March 18 on HBO and starts streaming the same day in Canada on Crave. It tells the story of Elizabeth Holmes, the founder and CEO

It was great to see one of my favourite TV stars this past week down in Pasadena on the TCA press tour: Amy Sedaris. The petite comedienne, above with co-star Cole Escola, returns Tuesday with a second season of her hilarious homemaker spoof series At Home With Amy Sedaris (10 p.m. ET/PT; TruTV). Sedaris first

See this person in the middle, above? She Who Must Not be Mentioned keeps getting reality TV shows. Why, I don’t know. Her claim to fame is that she gave birth to eight children, put them through a circus or four on television and further exploited herself and her family though a drawn out and

If TV shows can get rebooted, why not TV stars? There have been a few blasts from the past on this current Television Critics Association press tour, but none more senior than mighty mite Dr. Ruth Westheimer. The peppery, diminutive sex therapist who hosted radio and television sex talk shows throughout the ‘80s and into

Star power makes a difference, whether it’s a TV show or a TV press tour. Take George Clooney, who was live and in person in Pasadena Monday before members of the Television Critics Association. Clooney acts, directs and is an executive producer on “Catch 22,” a new adaptation of Joseph Heller’s seminal novel. The WWII

There are so many Canadians at the annual Crown Media/Hallmark Channel TCA press tour dinner it should be held at a hockey rink. Instead, the venue for the Saturday night event was at the Wrigley Mansion/Tournament House in Pasadena, which is basically stately Wayne manor with trophies. This is a late and lavish Christmas party