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.
Community fans have one mantra when it comes to their favorite show: “Six seasons and a movie!” That tagline has been tweeted, blogged and yelled almost constantly since fans claimed it as their own to pay tribute to Community, one of the most tongue-in-cheek comedies on television that also has some of the most fervent fans around.
Seed, the new Canadian sitcom from City, stars Adam Korson as Harry, a bachelor and bartender who seems to be playing the dating scene hard, and often, until his past catches up with him when his nine-year-old son, Billy (William Ainscough), shows up on his doorstep.
Daily Planet host and producer Ziya Tong was busy in Las Vegas last week as the 2013 International CES brought international companies, experts, and media together to admire the latest consumer products and technological innovations.
This is it! Lost Girl returns tonight on Showcase in Canada for its third season, and I’ve got the third and final part of The GATE’s on set interview with the cast ahead of the 8:00 PM (ET/PT) debut.
Lost Girl returns for its third season this Sunday, January 6, and during filming, The GATE was on set to interview the cast about what comes next for the supernatural drama.
Since the nineties, George Stroumboulopoulos has been a Toronto media icon, but following his time on MuchMusic, and the last nine years of hosting his CBC show, George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight, he’s become known as one of Canada’s best interviewers.
Canadian dramas have come a long way in the last ten years, and a great example of the spirit of the new era in Canadian television is Muse Entertainment’s Bomb Girls, which kicks off its second season on Global this coming Wednesday, January 2 at 8:00 PM (ET/PT).