TV, eh? podcast episode 33: Channel Surfing Lessons

Episode 33: Listen or download here or subscribe via iTunes or with any other program via the TV, Eh? feed.

smallInterviews with Endgame star Shawn Doyle and creator Avrum Jacobson preview the Showcase show that premieres March 14.

Anthony and Diane run down some news, including Stargate and Sanctuary’s return dates, Lavalife cofounder Bruce Croxon replacing Brett Wilson on Dragons’ Den, the Top Chef Canada premiere date, and the Bruce McDonald Bravo series Yonge Street – Toronto Rock & Roll Stories.

Plus, the CRTC approves the BCE purchase of CTVglobemedia and the Globe and Mail discusses French-Canadian TV’s success.

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6 thoughts on “TV, eh? podcast episode 33: Channel Surfing Lessons”

  1. Good interviews, I’m keeping my fingers crossed that End Game will be worth watching. I don’t mind procedural shows as long as they try to bring something different or at least interesting to the table, either in the tone of the show or in the characters.

  2. Re: French Canadian shows. It feels odd for me (an American) to be recommending a French Canadian series to Canadians, but there’s one that I stumbled on called FORTIER that ran from 2001-2004. It’s a psychological crime thriller in the vein of the US shows PROFILER or CRIMINAL MINDS. The entire series is available on DVD in Canada (with English subtitles). If you like this type of crime show, it’s worth checking out.

  3. 19-2, on Wednesdays at 9pm on Radio-Canada, is my favourite Cdn. series, English or French…I love that show!!!
    About 1.2 million viewers a week.

    I remember Fortier but 19-2 is better because it’s about patrol cops.

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