I was just curious if Blood, Sweat & Tools may run a second season and when or how you may be able to enter to possibly get on it?—Ashley
Hey Ashley, thanks for the email. Unfortunately, there is no casting information for Season 2 of Blood, Sweat & Tools because the first go-round hasn’t aired yet. You can catch the debut on Monday, April 13, at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Discovery. Check out the cast and judges.
What I think will happen [on Murdoch Mysteries] is that Edna’s husband will be the murderer next week, or (much more likely) one of the victims. George will be under suspicion for his death and the detective’s position will go to someone else, and even after everything comes out, the relationship with Edna will still be over. So he’ll end up with nobody and will still be at Station House No. 4 at the end of the season. As for who the murderer might be? Maybe a crazed Leslie Garland, but I don’t think so. I’d love if it looks like it’s him, only to get murdered as well. I’m holding out for a return of Gillies, since I think Murdoch was right about his theory that he could have faked his death. And I think he’d go for Leslie because he wouldn’t like that someone pretended to be him.—Enhas
Poor, George Crabtree! I was so sad for him. I just love the character and it looked like all was finally falling into place for him. But, alas, it was not to be. At the very end of the episode there appeared to be someone watching when George and Edna met up. Was it her husband? Will he turn up dead? Will George be blamed? Will Edna? Have I been watching too many murder mystery shows? I guess we’ll have to wait to find out in Season 9.—Joyce
[What] channels [for pick and pay]? I want whole broadcasts from South Africa, Mauritius, Nigeria, Chile, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Turkey, France, Spain, Finland, etc. We lack much internationalization here.—Bill
About the only channels I would keep are TCM, Showcase (although endless repeats of NCIS may make me want to cancel), BNN, Bloomberg, Al Jazeera, CNBC, maybe CNN, but not during presidential election year when that is the only thing that exists in their small universe, Vision (for the British comedies) and maybe AMC and Bravo. I would definitely dump every single sports channel, History, Space, HGTV, A&E and Discovery, They are all dominated by reality crap now and I don’t even bother to check them any more.—Dorf
We want CBC, TVO, the American channels, YTV and Teletoon.—Leh
Food TV: Triple-D, Knife Fight, YGEH, Eat St.
Documentary Channel: For documentaries
Smithsonian: For documentaries
Love Nature: For documentaries
HIFI TV: Lots of Bourdain reruns, music content
Cottage Life: Because winters are long
Discovery Velocity: Planes, trains and automobiles—TJ
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