The Marilyn Denis Show

Monday, Jan. 14
GOLDEN GLOBES REPORT: Canada’s queen of fashion JEANNE BEKER teams up with Canada’s gossip maven and ETALK reporter LAINEY to deliver a full head-to-toe style report on THE 70TH ANNUAL GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS®.
COOKING: Award-winning chef and author ROCCO DISPIRITO shares his surprising pantry staples that can help viewers maintain a healthy diet in the New Year. Continue reading »

Monday, Dec. 17
FESTIVE GARDENING: Outdoor and gardening expert OWEN REEVES shares easy last minute ideas to spruce up the yard for the holidays. Plus, breathe new life into old artificial wreathes and trees as KASIA WALOSZCZYK shows viewers how to recycle old holiday decorations.
CIRQUE DU DOLEIL: WORLDS AWAY: Actress Erica Linz sits down with Marilyn to discuss her role in the new 3D film, Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds Away. Continue reading »

Monday, Dec. 10
DISNEY HOLIDAY DÉCOR: Marilyn’s design experts AMANDA FORREST and ANDREW PIKE visit the Magic Kingdom and get a glimpse of the incredible holiday decorating at Walt Disney World. Then, the design duo present four different tree decorating themes for the studio audience.
ANNA BOIARDI: Chef Boyardee’s grandniece shares her easy pasta dinners, ideal for busy families during the holidays. Continue reading »

It’s the most wonderful time of the year for the #1 Canadian daytime series The Marilyn Denis Show, as the second annual “10 Days of Giveaways” begins Monday, Dec. 3 through Friday, Dec. 14.

During the gift giveaway, The Marilyn Denis Show presents daily gift guide segments presented by Marilyn experts devoted to unique gift ideas for the holidays.

With a total of 119 different gifts showcased throughout the 10 days, all lucky in-studio audience members will bring home 8-12 gifts per day, amounting to more than 8,000 items given away overall. Continue reading »

Monday, Nov. 19
TWILIGHT FEVER: Vancouver native DANIEL CUDMORE and CHARLIE BEWLEY from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, join Marilyn to chat about the final chapter in the Twilight series.
NELLY FURTADO: The JUNO and Grammy Award®-winning singer performs “Be OK” from her new hit album, The Spirit Indestructible for the MARILYN audience. Continue reading »

Monday, Nov. 12
HOT VACATION HOMES: From the sandy deserts of Arizona, to the breathtaking, tranquil beaches of Hawaii, MARILYN real estate expert SCOTT MCGILLIVRAY shares the best vacation hotspots to purchase properties.
OLIVE OIL 101: Viewers get the skinny on the healthy cooking alternative, olive oil, as MARILYN resident chef CHRISTINE CUSHING explains how to choose certain olive oils, and provides helpful tips on the best storing solutions. Continue reading »

Monday, Nov. 5
SALLY FIELD: The two-time Academy Award-winning actress stops by the MARILYN studio to discuss her upcoming film Lincoln.
ROB GENTILE: The acclaimed Buca executive chef gives viewers a sneak peek of a sophisticated tailgate dish that will be served at the 100th GREY CUP GALA. Continue reading »

Monday, Oct. 29
BILLY RAY CYRUS: Marilyn sits down with the country superstar and JUNO Award-winner to discuss his upcoming album Change My Mind.
RENOVATING: Construction king and Gemini Award-winner BRYAN BAEUMLER shares the top five structural and necessary renovations that increase the value of a home. Continue reading »

Monday, Oct. 8
• HAYDEN PANETTIERE: The actress stops by the MARILYN studio to discuss the highly anticipated series premiere of CTV Two’s NASHVILLE (premieres Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CTV Two).
• TURKEY LEFTOVERS: Don’t waste a single bite! From hot soup, to delicious sandwiches, MARILYN resident chef CHRISTINE CUSHING shares turkey leftover recipes.
• GIVING THANKS: MARILYN relationship expert ASHLEY HOWE offers viewers advice about thankfulness, and how expressing appreciation improves over-all personal happiness, and a better outlook on life. Continue reading »

Monday, October 1
RENOVATING: Real estate duo DREW AND JONATHAN SCOTT review a viewer’s renovation plan and will either accept or deny their proposal. The duo also present the best and worst basement upgrades. Continue reading »