At the end of the second season, Orphan Black had opened up about a lot of the secrets that we had only glimpsed before, including the military origins of the clones, and the existence of male clones as well, but it was really just the start of opening the proverbial Pandora’s box of secrets. Season three looks like it’s set to finally take us deeper into the backstory, as the old status quo gets torn apart.
One of the best shows on television returns to HBO and HBO Canada tonight. Yes, of course I’m talking about Game of Thrones‘ fifth season, and while the first episode is a slow burn, I can promise that it builds to some epic developments over the next three episodes.
This Sunday, April 12, George R.R. Martin’s epic series Game of Thrones returns for its fifth season on HBO and HBO Canada, and it’s going to be another big, bloody season.
The third season of House of Cards debuted on Netflix a few weeks ago, and once again it has fans talking about their favorite characters, and the plight of Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), and his friends and enemies. Among that group of politicians and those stuck between politicians, some characters fall into a grey zone of intentions, even between villain and anti-hero, including Remy Danton, played by Mahershala Ali, who is now the White House Chief of Staff in season three.
Bitten fans, we’re chatting with actor Sean Rogerson tomorrow, and you’re invited to watch. Catch the interview right here on this page on Tuesday, March 31 at 1:00 PM (ET), or join in on the chat on our Hangout, where you can submit questions.
Juno Week has officially kicked off today in Hamilton, Ontario with the first events leading into the 2015 Juno Awards, and that included a sneak peek at the stage with Hedley front man Jacob Hoggard, and the Arkells.
The Canadian Screen Awards have been celebrating film and television, and handing out honours for our fair country, for a few days now, and Wednesday, February 25 was a big night for Jordan Gavaris, Callum Keith Rennie, Graeme Manson, and Rick Mercer.
Benjamin Ayres co-stars in Saving Hope, a drama where his character is often arm-deep in blood, but the actor loves comedy, or as he admits, “it’s just in my bones.”
Amanda Schull stars in the television adaptation of 12 Monkeys, a series that reimagines the world of the original 1995 film by director Terry Gilliam, but with a fresh concept that offers new twists and turns along the way.
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).