CANADA—A commercial that once inspired audiences to say awwwwww is now inciting annoyance and anger in viewers. “When I first saw that ad where the woman gives her sick child a soccer ball and the kid feels she’s just like… Continue Reading
LOS ANGELES—Richard Hatch has died. No, not that Richard Hatch. Based on viewer age and television preferences, there is some confusion as to which Richard Hatch is no longer living. While some people are correctly mourning the passing of Battlestar… Continue Reading
HOLLYWOOD—The channel once known for promoting knowledge, now better known for pushing the boundaries of good taste, has a new reality show. The format will present mismatched roommates trying to learn from their differences. It may also result in excessive hair pulling, if producers are lucky.
After being on the air for nearly 40 years, Family Feud is running out of questions. Producers at Freemantle Media think they have a solution.
Handpicked by John Stewart to replace him as host of The Daily Show, Trevor Noah is already proving to be a controversial figure for the producers at Comedy Central.
When everything is on the line, leadership matters. The Gall Legge Grant & Munroe LLP legal team learned that valuable lesson as they defeated TSN 1-0 in a tightly fought match…
LOS ANGELES, California—CBS Productions announced today that Bill Cosby will star in a reincarnation of the popular television franchise which has delighted audiences since 1945.
HOLLYWOOD—NBC announced recently that Bill Cosby is working on a return to television. Just the thought of the venerable Heathcliff Huxtable once more gracing the small screen sets nostalgic hearts aflutter. That is, if you remember him from The Cosby Show, and not The Bill Cosby Show or Bill Cosby, both TV flops.
There’s a new phenomenon in home entertainment, and it’s adversely affecting Canada’s television viewing population. Known as Missed Show Anxiety (MSA), it’s collapsing leisure time and putting countless people on edge.
“I’ve always enjoyed regular cable television,” said welder Jim Vice, “but ever since premium cable stepped up their game, I’ve been overwhelmed. There aren’t enough hours in the day to fulfill the societal demands of watching all this quality programming!”
TORONTO—A replica of the Iron Throne, from the popular HBO series Game of Thrones, came to CTV Agincourt this week and half the building lost its shit.
Promo producer Jeff Penn made the initial discovery. “I was walking through the Annex and happened to look in on the set of Off the Record. There it was! Just sitting in the dark! I ran back to the office and sent an email to fellow GOT enthusiasts.”