Choreographer and creative director Laurieann Gibson left Toronto at the age of 17 to make a name for herself in New York City, and since then she has worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry; from Mary J. Blige, Beyoncé, and Notorious B.I.G., to Lady Gaga, and Nicki Minaj. In addition to her work directing music videos, Gibson has also made appearances on the shows So You Think You Can Dance and Making the Band.
After fans had left the set of Lost Girl in Toronto on March 25, following filming of the special Lost Girl Pre-Show, a small group of media were treated to an interview with the cast of the show–plus executive producer Jay Firestone–to get more detail about the second season ahead of the finale.
Game of Thrones fans living in Toronto should be extra thankful this month that they call this fair city their home, mainly because Toronto also happens to be the home of TIFF Bell Lightbox.
From March 9 to 18, fans of the hit series can visit Bell Lightbox to take in Game of Thrones: The Exhibition, a free event that features a rare display of props, weapons, costumes, and other items from the show, in addition to a number of behind-the-scenes videos.
Hopeful smiles and nervous laughter could be seen and heard all around the InterContinental Toronto Centre on Saturday, February 25, when auditions for The Bachelor Canada arrived in Toronto, drawing in single women from across Toronto and around Southern Ontario.
Cops on television–much like their real-life counterparts–have to be tough, clever, and exceedingly ambitious, but when we imagine a detective, the first image is a middle-aged man with a doughnut in one hand and a flunky partner. Thankfully, Showcase’s original series King has a different sort of detective on the streets, and she’s not what you would expect.
During a visit to Toronto to talk about his new film, The Woman In Black, Daniel Radcliffe also talked about the experience shooting his episode of Saturday Night Live. Here’s what he had to say about filming the episode, the challenges, and what the SNL team accomplishes each week.
Chainsaw artists get the spotlight in OLN’s new 10-part reality series, Saw Dogs, which follows veteran carver Steve Blanchard and his staff as they create memorable art out of trees, stumps, and all manner of wood.
Oscar-nominated actress Meg Tilly is one of the most open and honest people I have ever had the good fortune of interviewing, and she makes absolutely no qualms about the fact that she took a break from films and television. What Tilly does make a big deal about though is the show that brought her back to TV–Shaw Media’s original new mini-series Bomb Girls, which debuts tonight on Global Television at 8:00 PM (ET/PT).
In honour of the very funny comedy, Happy Endings, it seemed fitting to show some appreciation for the beautiful television and film actress Elisha Cuthbert, who stars in the quirky comedy which airs in Canada on Citytv and ABC in the United States.
The Glee-ks will inherit the Earth, and in a new competition on Global Television, offices across Canada are getting their chance to prove what they can do on stage, all in the name of charity.