If a talking raven came up to you in the forest, would you listen? For Jared in CBC’s Trickster, things are starting to get weird enough that he’s almost ready to hear what the bird has to say.
Get ready for bad baseball, locker room power struggles, and hook-ups in CBC GEM’s new comedy series, The Ninth, and we have the exclusive trailer premiere.
The 12th season of Heartland returned to CBC tonight, and based on the first episode, the iconic Canadian series has some wonderful new journeys ahead for our favourite characters.
Call this our annual gift to you: the 2017 holiday TV schedule is ready, and you can follow along in our special calendar.
March is almost over and it’s been a fun month, and just a tad more relaxed than I expect in April. A little down time is welcome, and it’s certainly easy to hibernate when the weather is not so hot out. There has still been a lot to do though, and this weekend would have been a lot busier if I’d been able to make the Juno Awards, but I’ll be watching the festivities from Toronto.
Amybeth McNulty is the incredible, smart, and charming young actress who stars in CBC’s Anne, the remake and reintroduction to author Lucy Maud Montgomery’s iconic Anne of Green Gables.
Yannick Bisson is a national treasure. As William Murdoch in CBC’s Murdoch Mysteries, he’s been fighting crime in Toronto for a decade, with loyal fans across Canada and around the world tuning in to watch the detective’s latest cases.
CBC held their annual Upfront television event this morning in Toronto to announce their new fall and winter schedule, from 2016 into 2017, which features a range of new programming from daytime series to fall primetime, and original digital content.
Author Lawrence Hill’s award-winning, emotional novel, The Book of Negroes, is a lesson in the hardships and struggles of a dark part of the world’s history, and tonight, the epic television adaptation of the story makes its debut on CBC at 9:00 PM (ET), and 9:30 PM (NT).
This fall the CBC will be shaking things up just a little bit with a series that bears little resemblance to what viewers have come to expect of the Canadian broadcaster. Announced last week, CBC will be airing the six-part Canadian-produced science fiction series Ascension, which was commissioned by Syfy in the U.S.