Less Than Kind
We're in the thick of awards season -- the BAFTA nominations were just announced, the Academy Awards nominations will be
Recently, there's been some of that recurring soul-searching that occurs in Canadian entertainment. Globe and Mail columnist John Doyle got people talking after penning a piece decrying the mediocrity of Canadian T.V.
CTV's new sitcom Satisfaction didn't cross any lines. I suspect most people watching it -- male or female -- didn't think about any possible undercurrents. That's kind of my point. Just because we accept it as the norm, doesn't mean it's not worth asking why we accept it as the norm.
I'd written before about the sitcom, Seed -- one of the few contemporary Canadian-made sitcoms. My past comments related to my usual pet peeve: Canadian identity. Seed tries to imply it's American.
Saying goodbye to a much-loved TV show is always hard, especially if that particular show has gone through the ringer multiple
It looks like we're heading back to Winnipeg one last time for a bittersweet summer of turmoil and goodbyes in this fourth
I like to blog about pop culture -- specifically (though not exclusively) Canadian film & TV. Ideally, I should write about