From Adnan M of The Arts Guild:
Mark O’Brien chats about Republic of Doyle, Directing & More
“Actor Mark O’Brien is a recognizable face in the world of Canadian arts. Best known for playing Des Courtney on Republic of Doyle, he has dabbled in many cool projects with critical acclaim, both in Canada and internationally. We take a moment to chat with him about the sixth and final season of Republic of Doyle, his love for directing, and a couple of interesting projects he’s working on.” Continue reading.
From Christopher White of Republic of Doyle:
Episode Recap: Republic of Doyle – “Brothers in Arms”
Well, that was mostly fun. Also, the “It” thing on TV right now is violence against old men. And unnecessary mid-season cliffhangers, apparently. Continue reading.
Dragons’ Den, CBC
The holiday season has arrived and things are getting festive in the den. In this holiday special, 8 entrepreneurial ventures from across Canada will hope to cash in on the Dragons’ seasonal spirit. Products such as candy cane-themed Christmas lights, luxury dog houses, magnetic board games and the requisite ugly Christmas sweater will have the Dragons feeling jolly.
Republic of Doyle, CBC – “Brothers In Arms”
Jake crosses paths with a familiar hot headed cop, Jimmy O’Rourke while chasing a super hacker; Mal and Rose negotiate their way to a windfall; Des becomes apprenticed to a slick new Master.
Dragons’ Den, CBC
An electric demonstration has the owner riding circles around the Dragons; a pitch that gives the Dragons a lot to digest; and a business that has its customers drooling. Plus, a pitch that promises to keep the Dragons from running on empty.
Republic of Doyle, CBC – “Major Crimes”
When an informant of Leslie’s is murdered, she investigates the case with Callum and their partnership takes an unexpected turn. Jake gets involved in Callum’s business with notorious and resourceful Ray Maddox much to his distaste. Tinny’s constable skills are tested on a big case earning her respect from an unexpected source. Guest Stars: Ryan Robbins, Clint Butler, Thom Marriott, Darrin Baker, Jonathan Keltz, Sara Canning, Kate Corbett.
From Samantha Sobolewski of TV Guide Canada:
A Doyle-ful ‘Murdoch Mysteries’
Could there be anything more heartwarming than an inter-CBC crossover between the beloved families of Murdoch Mysteries and Republic of Doyle? Perhaps a Venti-sized hot chocolate with extra whip. But I doubt even that could be sweeter than Monday’s action-packed episode of Murdoch Mysteries featuring the one and only Allan Hawco. Continue reading.