It’s finally true: as he once told John Lennon, Peter Fonda knows what it’s like to be dead. The actor, best known for his counter-culture hero role in “Easy Rider” (1969), passed away last week at 79. His death was attributed to lung cancer, not a gunshot to the stomach. That was an accidental wound

Seems a lot of folks just wanted to see how they were all holding up: the reboot/re-think of ’90s hit Beverly Hills 90210 shed viewers, at least in overnight estimates, in the second week of the series. This Wednesday, 831,000 viewers were estimated to have tuned in watch the series in Canada on Global according

Third seasons are often make or break years for a TV series. That’s especially true in this age of bingeing and big gaps between 10-episodes runs. The Netflix comedy Love turned stone cold in Season Three. Amazon‘s Transparent started to drag long before the series became mired in controversy. Showrunners sometimes lose their way or

This Tuesday’s episode of The Amazing Race Canada finds the remaining six teams running through what’s become known as Canada’s Silicon Valley — the Kitchener-Waterloo region of Southwest Ontario. That was close enough for me to drive over to from Brampton as I joined a few other journalists last May during production on this, the

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It’s finally true: as he once told John Lennon, Peter Fonda knows what it’s like to be dead. The actor, best known for his counter-culture hero role in “Easy Rider” (1969), passed away last week at 79. His death was attributed to lung cancer, not a gunshot to the stomach. That was an accidental wound

Many moons have passed since man first landed on the moon. For one thing, they called it “Man on the moon” back then; just like how Expo ’67 was all about “Man and his World.” Both terms seem hopelessly dated. Shouldn’t she have put a woman on the moon by now? It has been 50

If you’re old enough to remember what “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia” was all about, you may be ready to return to the house used in all the exterior shots of The Brady Bunch (1969 – ’74).   HGTV bought the actual North Hollywood side-split in 2018 for $3.5 million. They’ve gutted the place and made it

I don’t think any character has made me laugh harder on television than Artie on The Larry Sanders Show. Torn’s face was a caricaturist’s dream, flashing between wild anger, numbing indifference and forced sunshine. He was a one man Norman Rockwell gallery of exaggerated American expression. Arte was the perfect marriage of actor and part.