From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies: Link: Letterkenny: Melanie Scrofano on being part of TV’s craziest couple “I did the same thing and the knee-jerk is that it’s for dudes and jocks. Then you realize that it’s so subversive and smart. I just love what they’ve done with it.” Continue reading.
From Valerie Anne of AutoStraddle: Link: “Letterkenny” is the surprisingly queer Canadian comedy you’ve been sleeping on On paper, Letterkenny isn’t the kind of show I am normally into. So imagine my surprise when suddenly I found myself finished with all six seasons within a week, squealing about the unexpected amount of queer content that … Continue reading Link: “Letterkenny” is the surprisingly queer Canadian comedy you’ve been sleeping on
From a media release: No holiday humbugs here. With the festive season on the approach, Crave delivers tidings of all-new LETTERKENNY quicker than you can say golds, frankincenses, and myrrhs. This Crave seasonal delivery includes the brand new special, A LETTERKENNY CHRISTMAS: THE THREE WISE MEN, streaming Friday, Nov. 23, followed by a fresh six-pack … Continue reading Crave gifts viewers with a whole mess of Letterkenny including a Christmas special and all-new six-pack of episodes
Fans of Wynonna Earp are still aching over the death of Xavier Dolls. And, understandably so. But last week’s new episode, “Colder Weather,” went a long way to healing those wounds with a memorable and emotional sendoff. With a new episode coming later this week, here’s our interview with Melanie Scrofano, who talked about this … Continue reading Wynonna Earp: Melanie Scrofano talks directing, Mama Earp and Letterkenny
From Alan Sepinwall of Rolling Stone: Link: ‘Letterkenny’ review: Wonderfully weird Canadian comedy comes to Hulu Long before I figured out that Wayne’s pet insult “10-ply” refers to someone who’s soft, or could follow more than a fraction of what the hockey players or the skids (breakdancing meth-heads, led by Tyler Johnston’s melodramatic Stewart) were … Continue reading Link: ‘Letterkenny’ review: Wonderfully weird Canadian comedy comes to Hulu