The Writers Guild of Canada announced their award winners (but I bet they didn’t use a kazoo when they did), Bomb Girls is cancelled, Package Deal gets a premiere date, Big Brother Canada breaks records, the Canadian Screen Awards are looking for a nickname, the Canadian TV funding model is blamed for a lack of hit shows, Murdoch Mysteries and Degrassi are on a top 50 list, Rachel looks into the transmedia-ing of Canadian TV, and Diane rants about how Canadian networks can get Canadian audiences to watch Canadian TV (hint: it’s not the audience who’s the problem).
Beverage update: Coco Chai Rooibois, La Croix cran-raspberry sparkling water and Madria Sangria tradicional.
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