Fitness gurus Hal and Joanne from Oakville, ON, and doctors Holly and Brett from Montreal, QC will compete in the new CTV series this summer in the hopes of winning the $500,000 grand prize. Continue reading »
From today, Canadians can go online and submit their application for their chance to be a part of the culinary series, which is coming to Canada for the first time.
“Given the overwhelming success of MASTERCHEF CANADA’s international counterparts, we couldn’t be more excited to put a Canadian garnish on the world’s #1 culinary television format,” said Phil King, President, CTV Programming and Sports. “Canadians have been waiting for an opportunity like this and we look forward to discovering the diverse culinary talent from across the country.” Continue reading »
The Toronto Blue Jays match against the Boston Red Sox on June 27 will be broadcast in the Mandarin language, with Taiwan-native Chien-Ming Wang scheduled to start as pitcher for the Blue Jays.
To anchor the special coverage, OMNI Television’s Wei Lee will call the play-by-play with former Taiwanese baseball player Robert Wu as analyst. Continue reading »
Premiering Sunday, July 7 at 9pm ET, the UK series exposes the complex lives entangled by a series of murders.
The one-hour drama made and set in Northern Ireland follows the lives of two hunters within one story – the trained detective who must track down a killer and the serial murderer who stalks his next victim. Continue reading »
Drunk History host Derek Waters (Hall Pass) pairs “inebriated storytellers with A-list talent to reenact great moments in American history.”
The A-list talent stretches to the likes of Jack Black, Michael Cera, Bill Hader, Adam Scott, Winona Ryder, Jason Schwartzman, Kristin Wiig, Fred Willard and Stephen Merchant.
The Comedy Network is also bringing The Jeselnik Offensive, Bunk and Comedy Bang! Bang! to their schedule this summer. Continue reading »
Gay cowboys Jamie and Pierre from Alberta, twin sisters Treena and Tennille from Hamilton, Ontario, and best friends Jet and Dave from London, Ontario will join the two previously-announced teams and four others on the race around Canada this summer. Continue reading »
Andrew Lincoln has said he is not all that bothered about The Walking Dead missing out on key Emmy nominations.
The actor, who plays the role of Rick Grimes on the series, says that he doesn’t think about it too much, despite the fact the show has garnered critical acclaim but has never been nominated in the writing and acting categories.
“I don’t really think about [the lack of recognition] too much, in all honesty,” Lincoln – who plays Rick Grimes – told Deadline. Continue reading »
The Chef’s Domain is a visual and culinary delight. The 10-part series features masterful field-to-table feasts by acclaimed chefs in St. John’s, the Okanagan, Niagara region, Montreal, Tofino, Prince Edward County, Saskatoon, Calgary, Cambridge and Sherbrooke, all with a backdrop of the bounty and beauty of each region.
Every chef dreams of sourcing their ingredients just outside their back door, but it’s not an easy task. The Canadian climate and landscape are equal parts a challenge and inspiration for these passionate and engaging chefs. The results are extraordinary meals with locally grown, harvested, hunted and foraged foods. Continue reading »
Satisfaction’s Luke Macfarlane is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Bradley Cooper and Ryan Gosling by making the transition from TV to stage to film.
The London, Ont., native has returned to Canada after a five year stint on American series Brothers & Sisters to take up the role of Jason alongside Leah Renee (The Playboy Club) and Ryan Belleville (Almost Heroes).
The 33-year-old hopes to follow a similar career path to that of Bradley Cooper and Ryan Gosling, as he feels they are “guys who were able to straddle everything.” Continue reading »
British Columbia couple Kristen and Darren will join brothers Jody (Ottawa) and Cory (Edmonton) in the race as two of the nine teams to race across the country.
In total, nine teams will compete for the historic half a million dollar grand prize, with three more teams announced tomorrow (June 25), two on Wednesday (June 26), and the final two pairings on Thursday (June 27). Set to anchor CTV’s Summer 2013 schedule, THE AMAZING RACE CANADA airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT beginning July 15 on CTV (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times). Continue reading »