Call this our annual gift to you: the 2017 holiday TV schedule is ready, and you can follow along in our special calendar.
Midnight, Texas provides a safe haven for supernatural and human misfits. The remote town’s residents include a vampire, an angel, a witch and an assassin-for-hire. However, each one of these misfits harbour some deep, dark secrets. Every week, the TV series fills in the blanks for one of the characters. In tonight’s episode, “Unearthed”, pawn shop owner Bobo Winthrop’s (Dylan Bruce) past comes back to haunt him.
Caroline Dhavernas, of Hannibal fame, stars in the new Global drama, Mary Kills People, about an ER doctor who spends her “spare time” helping terminal patients die with dignity.
Global’s Working The Engels stars Kacey Rohl as Jenna Engel, a woman who is drawn back into her father’s law firm to help keep her family together and happy. The show also stars Andrea Martin, as Jenna’s mother, Azura Skye and Benjamin Arthur, not to mentioned guest appearances by Eugene Levy and Scott Thompson.
Looking forward to the 2012 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show on December 4? We’ve got highlights from the upcoming show, which features the Victoria’s Secret Angels and what they call “a bevy of other Supermodels” walking the runway with this year’s circus theme and stars Rihanna, Justin Bieber, and Bruno Mars.
Montreal’s Muse Entertainment announced last week that two of their productions have been renewed for new seasons, with Global Television ordering a 12-episode second season of Bomb Girls, while Syfy in the U.S. has ordered a third season of the North American adaptation of Britain’s Being Human.
Oscar-nominated actress Meg Tilly is one of the most open and honest people I have ever had the good fortune of interviewing, and she makes absolutely no qualms about the fact that she took a break from films and television. What Tilly does make a big deal about though is the show that brought her back to TV–Shaw Media’s original new mini-series Bomb Girls, which debuts tonight on Global Television at 8:00 PM (ET/PT).
The Glee-ks will inherit the Earth, and in a new competition on Global Television, offices across Canada are getting their chance to prove what they can do on stage, all in the name of charity.
Laura Prepon poses to promote her new fall show, Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea, which debuts on Global Television in Canada this September and is based on the book by host and comedian Chelsea Handler.
Toronto has seen a lot of film and television production over the last couple of years with new series being developed and shot here and then simulcast south of the border.