republic of doyle
Premiering May 26th on Global is a new light-hearted Canadian detective series starring Jason Priestley and Cindy Sampson and called, bluntly enough, Private Eyes. It's a fairly generic light-hearted PI series. And I actually mean that as a compliment!
Television cop shows used to portray cops and robbers in very black and white terms, but not any more argues Ed the Sock
"Big Brother Canada" Broke The Bank Coming off an exceptionally successful premiere season, "BBCan" Season 2 came back strong
Aside from the cast and crew of the beloved six-season series, for many viewers the toughest character to say goodbye to won't be the GTO (though, admittedly, hearing the tires on Jake's car for the last time will be sad); rather, it's the city of St. John's, which has looked gorgeous in all its years, that might be missed most.
Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe had a party for one in Gander, Newfoundland this past weekend. On his way home from Europe
For Allan Hawco, "The Republic Of Doyle" has truly been a labour of love. He has sacrificed sleep, among other things, to
CORRECTION NOTICE: It should be noted that CBC did not cancel "Republic Of Doyle" (as reflected in the headline, above). CBC
Unlike the other Canadian networks, CBC doesn't have to wait to hear what the American nets have picked up, so every year
Canadian TV executives constantly cluck their tongues and ask, "How -- oh, how! -- can ratings be improved?!" You want to know how to improve Canadian TV? Make more #@$%! Canadian programs!!!! Period.
Last season, "Republic of Doyle" left us with plenty of unanswered questions. Will Des survive the gunshot wound to his stomach