Monday, October 15, 2018

Alex Trebek Booed By Audience While Moderating Gubernatorial Debate

The veteran game show host received harsh criticism and boos from the audience when he ventured out of the TV studio to moderate a political debate.

Yannick Bisson, of Murdoch Mysteries fame, is selling his East York house

One might assume that Yannick Bisson would have a home in Rosedale, Forest Hill or some other super-rich enclave, but that’s not the case.

ALTERED CARBON SEASON 2 TO START FILMING IN VANCOUVER IN FEBRUARY

Netflix renewed its hard R-rated sci-fi series Altered Carbon for a second season, with Laeta Kalogridis returning as showrunner of her adaption of Richard K. Morgan’s dystopian, cyberpunk book.

THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE Has Started Filming Season 4 in Vancouver

Based on Philip K. Dick’s award-winning novel, The Man in the High Castle imagines an alternate reality circa 1962 where the Japanese and Germans won World War II and divided the United States into three regions

Jordan Peele’s THE TWILIGHT ZONE Reboot Starts Filming in Vancouver

As well as producing, Peele will be the new Rod Serling, as host and narrator of the new Twilight Zone.

They had such enormous fun: Sharon & Bram bid farewell with final tour

Beloved kids' entertainers embarking on final, cross-Canada tour this fall

On the Radar: Our October entertainment picks

Welcome to On the Radar, Global's monthly reminder of what’s coming down the pipe in the world of entertainment.

This Hour Has 22 Minutes comedian Mark Critch publishes his memoir

His first book, “Son of a Critch,” documents his earliest memories here – from almost drowning on the beach to graduating from school and pursuing an acting career.

The Cultural Exemption Maintained in the Agreement Between the United States, Mexico and Canada

The CDCE salutes the tenacity of Canadian negotiators, the unwavering support of the Quebec government, and the steadfastness of the political leaders who stated throughout the renegotiation that they would not give ground.

NAFTA REPLACEMENT DEAL A WIN FOR CANADIAN PERFORMERS: ACTRA

ACTRA is pleased the federal government stood by its commitment to protect Canadian culture and cultural industries by incorporating and strengthening the cultural exemption in the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA, formerly NAFTA).

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