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.
In the immortal words of Robot Chicken, “What a twist!” For the first time anywhere, an entire channel devoted to Adult Swim has launched in Canada, and it’s home to hit shows Rick and Morty, Robot Chicken, Tim & Eric’s Bedtime Stories, and The Eric Andre Show, to name a few.
Netflix launched Our Planet today–a gorgeous look at the creatures of Earth that is utterly spellbinding, with a deep message of preservation that goes further than I’ve seen in any series before.
Sasha Pieterse returns as Alison DiLaurentis tonight in Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists on W Network, and she’s got new troubles to unravel in the perfectly complicated college town of Beacon Heights.
CTV’s Cardinal is one of Canada’s best and most intense dramas. Based on the novels by Giles Blunt, the series is a moody, rich, and mesmerizing crime drama following Detective John Cardinal, played perfectly by Billy Campbell, and his investigative partner, Lise Delorme, played by the incredible Karine Vanasse.
David Castañeda, Robert Sheehan, and Cameron Britton, were pretty relaxed when we sat down to chat about their new series, Umbrella Academy. The trio of actors were lounging around a hotel room barefoot when I met them last week, but they had a lot to say about the series, filming in Toronto, and their co-stars.
Roswell, New Mexico is a busy, complicated little town, and it has some serious problems with aliens. Among all the conflicted, tumultuous storylines though, between aliens and humans, one of the most intense relationships is between Alex Manes, played by Tyler Blackburn, and Michael Guerin (Michael Vlamis).
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.
Season three of Travelers has arrived on Netflix, and it’s the show’s best to date. The binge-ready sci-fi series hits a quick reset button to clear up some of the mess that was left after the end of season two, and proceeds to leap into new turmoil, while digging deeper into questions about what’s really happening in the present, and the future.
For their latest longform true crime project, Netflix partners up with author John Grisham to adapt one of his few non-fiction books, The Innocent Man, into an effortlessly binge-worthy series that maintains the writer’s status as one of America’s preeminent purveyors of pageturners.