Jaime Murray brings a level of charm, class, and intelligence to all of her roles, but in the case of Stahma Tarr, in Showcase’s Defiance, she turns intelligence into pure and almost frightening cunning.
At Hope Zion Hospital, life and death cross paths on a regular basis, and Dr. Charlie Harris (Michael Shanks), and his fiancée, Dr. Alex Reid (Erica Durance) seem to constantly be stuck in the middle.
This Sunday, June 16, MuchMusic delivers one of Canada’s biggest events as the MuchMusic Video Awards draw in hundreds of fans and celebrities to the iconic corner of Queen and John. This year, presenters, nominees, and performers at the event include Taylor Swift, Demi Lovato, Ed Sheeran, Phillip Phillips, Armin van Buuren, Lucy Hale, Avril Lavigne, Serena Ryder, Brittany Snow, Kunal Nayyar, Naya Rivera, Austin Mahone, and, of course, co-host and international star, Psy.
Comedian and host Adam Growe will return once again this year behind the wheel of Discovery Canada’s Cash Cab for the game show’s 8th year, but the genial star has some other plans that are also keeping him busy, and may point to his next hosting career.
Welcome to Earth’s new wild frontier in Showcase and SyFy’s new series, Defiance, the futuristic, but very “wild west” drama set in 2046 as mankind faces life on a planet that seems barely recognizable.
Toronto actress Katheryn Winnick–best known for her roles on Bones and A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III–recently returned to her home town to talk about her part in History’s new series, Vikings, where she stars as the tough-as-nails shield maiden, Lagertha Lothbrok.
The future can be a murky place when you start messing around in the past, but at what point to you jeopardize your own existence, or the existence of everyone you love to make a better future? That’s the question that everyone is still wondering as the second season of Continuum returns to Showcase this Sunday, April 21 at 9:00 PM (ET/PT).
When you write about entertainment, there are a lot of opportunities for interviews, but to me there is a big difference between an interview, and an Interview. Sometimes, what separates the two is the mood, or the topic, but more often than not it’s about the person in front of you and the conversation.
The first thing that is going to surprise you about actor Jordan Gavaris, who plays Felix in Space and BBC America’s dark science fiction series, Orphan Black, is the fact that he doesn’t actually have a British accent. He’s eloquent, charming, but he definitely has a regular, Canadian accent. On screen though, when Gavaris puts on the role of Felix opposite actress Tatiana Maslany, he is someone else entirely.
Tatiana Maslany is a friendly, down-to-earth powerhouse, and she is quickly on the path to become Canada’s next rising star, especially as her new series, Orphan Black, is set to debut this Saturday, March 30 on Space.