Sean Bean has had a strong career, appearing in some big films over the years, but as any fan will point out, the characters he plays have some real mortality issues. Perhaps with his new series, Legends, Bean can do a little better?
Global is promising an “explosive” Rookie Blue season five finale tonight, starting at 9:00 PM (ET/PT). The episode, “Everlasting”, has 15 Division trying to find a car-bomber, but there are numerous targets around town and only so much time to stop him.
Space has released a clip of our “favorite” “mayor” “Rob Ford” from his appearance in Sharknado 2: The Second One. No, that’s not the real Rob Ford, of course, but it’s still worth a chuckle.
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.
If things looked grim at the end of the first season of Defiance for former mayor Amanda Rosewater, played by Julie Benz, then wait until you see what’s ahead as the second season begins tonight.
Before the premier of the fourth season of Game of Thrones, actress Sibel Kekilli–better known as Tyrion’s secret girlfriend in the series, Shae–answered questions about her character, how she has changed as the new season begins, and what it’s like being in such a hugely popular series. Read the interview below, and catch Game of Thrones on HBO and HBO Canada Sundays at 9:00 PM (ET/MT).
Rookie Blue is the homegrown Toronto drama that keeps fans across Canada and the United States glued to the couch each week, and after the tumultuous fourth season finale, there’s a lot to recover from as season five begins.
Irish actor Liam Cunningham has an impressive resume, with nearly a hundred film and television credits since he started acting in the early nineties. After the show’s massive international success, however, he is most immediately recognizable as the charming reformed smuggler, Davos Seaworth on Game of Thrones–the right-hand-man of one of the would-be monarchs of Westeros, Stannis Baratheon.
A lot of Orphan Black fans might be surprised by this, but star Jordan Gavaris, who plays Felix on the Space and BBC America series, doesn’t get recognized a lot on the street.
The MuchMusic Video Awards will celebrate their 25th anniversary this year, taking over the corner of Queen and John in downtown Toronto on Sunday, June 15, and for the first time the event will be simulcast live on CTV and MuchMusic.