From Bill Harris of QMI Agency:
- â€˜The Tudors’ makes royal exit
“The Tudors will be missed. Over four lush seasons, in a world of lowest-common-denominator television, The Tudors has provided at least one hour of smart TV per week.” Read more.
From Bill Brioux at TV Feeds My Family:
The year is 1544. Under the supervision of Henry VIII, the Earl of Surrey and his men attempt to tunnel their way into the French castle at Boulogne. Over two thousand men die of disease and starvation and another three thousand fall ill as â€˜the flux’ sweeps the King’s camp. The French surrender to a gloating Henry who returns to England in triumph and commands festivities and celebrations throughout the land.
From a media release:
2010 Gemini Awards Presented in Drama, Children’s and Youth, Comedy, and Variety Categories
Gemini Award winners in the Drama, Children’s and Youth, Comedy, and Variety categories were announced tonight at the second of two Industry Galas. Hosted by actor and director Art Hindle (E.N.G., Paradise Falls), a total of 38 awards were presented as well as the Margaret Collier Award and the Academy Achievement Award. The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television also paid tribute to 2010 MasterWorks Television Honouree Polka Dot Door.
Winners in Documentary, Lifestyle, News, and Sports categories were announced on Tuesday, November 2nd. The 25th Annual Gemini Awards will conclude with the Broadcast Gala on Saturday, November 13th at the Winter Garden Theatre in Toronto. Hosted by Glee’s Cory Monteith, the event will be broadcast on Global and Showcase at 8pm.
The following categories were announced at tonight’s Industry Gala: