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Link: Wynonna Earp: Emily Andras talks “Walking After Midnight”

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Wynonna Earp: Emily Andras talks “Walking After Midnight”
“I think it’s good for Wynonna to start getting some allies in town in addition to her boss, the guy she has slept with and her sister. I like that Nicole doesn’t come with the burden of the history of the town and of Wynonna’s reputation in the town. I just love depicting female friendship on screen and is always something that can use a little more love in television. I like that they are so different.” Continue reading.

Links: Sensitive Skin

From Bill Brioux of the Canadian Press:

Sensitive Skin heads to Toronto’s islands in Season 2
When we last visited “Sensitive Skin,” things did not look good for Davina and Al. Particularly Al (played by Don McKellar), who was flatlining in a hospital after suffering a heart attack. Continue reading.

From Brad Oswald of the Winnipeg Free Press:

New wrinkle
As we age, change becomes difficult to contemplate and even harder to achieve. Sometimes, the only kind of change we can entertain is that which is forced upon us.

For Davina Jackson, the central character in the HBO series Sensitive Skin (played by Kim Cattrall), change is as uncomfortable as it is unavoidable. And as this clever Canadian comedy returns for a second season (Sunday, May 15, HBO Canada; check listings for time), change is also the most necessary element of her life. Continue reading. 

From Jeanne Beker of The Globe and Mail:

Kim Cattrall on feeling good in the skin she’s in
A lot of people say, “Gosh I didn’t know that Sensitive Skin was Canadian. I just thought it was filmed in Canada.” And I say, “No, this is a Canadian woman that I’m playing. It’s not an American woman.” Continue reading.

From Nelson Branco of 24 Hours Toronto:

Six and the City: Kim Cattrall returns in HBO Canada’s Sensitive Skin
“As I’ve gotten better, stronger, and more confident as an actor, I’ve allowed more of myself to be available in the parts I play. I like to reflect life in my work … it’s not all tragedy. There’s love, companionship, and humour, but there is loss too. I like the characters I play to balance those qualities because it only enriches the stories I try to tell.” Continue reading.

 

Video: First-look at Killjoys and Dark Matter Season 2

From a media release:

Space unveiled earlier today a First-Look promo from Season 2 of its highest-rated Original series KILLJOYS. The action-packed spot sees the return of the kick-ass bounty hunter trio Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen), Johnny (Aaron Ashmore), and D’avin (Luke Macfarlane).

As previously announced, Season 2 of KILLJOYS premieres Friday, July 1 at 9 p.m. ET on Space.

In the Season 2 premiere of KILLJOYS, “Dutch And The Real Girl” (Friday, July 1 at 9 p.m. ET on Space) after failing to rescue D’avin from Arkyn, Dutch and Johnny head to Eulogy, an outlaw-only barter town, in the hopes of stealing a mysterious, high tech shield from the infamous Connaver gang.

And here’s a peek at Dark Matter’s first trailer:

 

CTV Unveils its Summer 2016 Schedule

From a media release:

CTV “is in it to win it” as Canada’s most-watched network unveiled its Summer 2016 schedule today, including the announcement of four new programs and four returning hits, all joining star-studded music celebrations THE 2016 BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS and THE 2016 IHEARTRADIO MUCH MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS.

With the starting line now within eye shot, Canada’s most-watched summer series for three years in a row hits the road for a brand new Season 4 of THE AMAZING RACE CANADA (June 28). All-new seasons of summer favourites also make their triumphant return including the scandalous season premiere of MISTRESSES (May 30); award-winning chefs Gordon Ramsay (MASTERCHEF JUNIOR) and Christina Tosi (CHOPPED) welcome 40 new home cooks into the MASTERCHEF kitchen for Season 7 (June 1); last summer’s biggest event series is back with a special two-hour season premiere of ZOO (June 28); and CTV’s original hit crime drama MOTIVE concludes its final season episodes with riveting all-new investigations (July 5). Plus, CTV doesn’t skip a beat, delivering a tandem of star-studded celebrations of music with THE 2016 BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS, featuring a tribute to Prince by Madonna (May 22), and THE 2016 IHEARTRADIO MMVAs, hosted by international supermodel Gigi Hadid, and featuring performances by singer-songwriter Alessia Cara, multi-platinum recording artist Nick Jonas, and pop supergroup Fifth Harmony (June 19).