From the Banff Media Festival:
Nominees Announced for Rockies Program Competition
BANFF is proud to announce the full list of nominees for its annual Rockies Program Competition. The internationally-recognized Award program celebrates nominees in 26 categories, spanning multiple genres including Fiction, Non-Fiction, Kids & Animation and Interactive. Read more.
From Emily Gagne of TV Guide Canada:
‘Seed’ births a fine finale
Sigh. Our little Seed has certainly grown since its debut back in February, hasn’t it? It seems like just yesterday the little guy was just starting out, taking its endearingly hilarious first steps up and on to City’s Monday night schedule. Three months later, it is a fully grown, walking, talking, loving living thing, with a heart almost as prominent as its funny bone. And that’s what Monday night’s season finale was — a whole lot of heart, mixed with a whole lot of funny. Continue reading.
Bomb Girls, Global – “Blood Relations” season finale
Kate’s glow in the wake of her happy reunion with her mother and her upcoming wedding is dimmed by the reappearance of Detective Brodie and his questions about her father’s death. Meanwhile, Clifford offers Gladys an unexpected opportunity, Lorna grapples with some serious decisions and Betty demonstrates the ultimate expression of love.
Seed, City – “At Your Cervix” season finale
While rehearsing for labour, Rose (Carrie-Lynn Neales) becomes frustrated with Harry’s (Adam Korson) inabilities as a birthing partner. Meanwhile, Zoey (Stephanie Anne Mills) and Michelle (Amanda Brugel) decide whether or not now is the best time for them to have another child of their own. Plus, Anastasia (Abby Ross) feels betrayed when she finds out that Jonathan (Matt Baram) wasn’t there for her own birth.
Winnipeg Comedy Festival, CBC – “Save the World Telethon”
Save The World Telethon is a parody of old school telethons as an excuse to bring a great night of comedy variety entertainment with the good natured and multi-talented Alan Thicke hosting.
Bomb Girls, Global – “Kings and Pawns”
Gladys is torn between her patriotic duty and her friendship with the girls. Meanwhile, Lorna wrestles with her family’s changing dynamics and Marco feels trapped when he realizes that the people he thought were on his side are working against him.
Seed, City – “Always Use a Condo”
As Harry (Adam Korson) and Rose (Carrie-Lynn Neales) prepare for a preschool interview, Harry learns that Rose lied on the application, covering up what she perceives to be his biggest flaws. Meanwhile, Michelle (Amanda Brugel) and Zoey (Stephanie Anne Mills) realize that Billy (William Ainscough) is old enough for “the talk,” but can’t agree on how to go about it.
Winnipeg Comedy Festival, CBC – “Characters?”
Reality TV is 100% real, isn’t it? Find out during our “Characters” gala hosted by reality star Shannon Tweed, who hosts this show of impertinent impressions, celebrity mockery, and stunning performances.
Murdoch Mysteries, CBC – “The Murdoch Trap” season finale
With his colleague sentenced to hang for murder, Detective Murdoch races to exonerate them and steps into a trap set by the real killer. Guest star – Michael Seater.
Bomb Girls, Global – “Romeo Foxtrot”
When Lorna decides to take dance classes, she finds herself smitten with dancing and her dance instructor. Meanwhile, Kate and Ivan explore the terms of engagement, Vera misconstrues Gladys’ newfound interest in Marco as a budding romance, and Marco questions his allegiances after his mother is wrongfully accused of stealing at Witham Foods.
Seed, City – “The Sperm Whale”
Harry (Adam Korson) runs into the woman – and homewrecker – that he’s desired for ages and tells her that he’s married to Rose (Carrie-Lynn Neales) – the only thing that will turn her on. Meanwhile, Jonathan (Matt Baram) and Janet (Laura de Carteret) create a fake social media account to try and connect with their daughter (Abby Ross).