It's been 25 years since the death of Princess Diana and a new HBO documentary, The Princess (streaming on Crave in Canada Aug. 13 at at 8:00 p.m. ET) explores the debate on public fascination and scrutiny of her life, including her battle with the paparazzi.
Abbi Jacobson transformed Penny Marshall’s 1992 movie A League of Their Own into a Prime Video series. Kelly McCormack from Vancouver stars in the show and discovered Canada’s extensive history with the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL).
In Never Have I Ever Season 3, co-created by Mindy Kaling, it may be tempting to focus on whether we’re Team Paxton, Team Ben or Team Des, but Maitreyi Ramakrishnan is stressing that it’s really about being Team Devi.
Few movies are more iconic, particularly for women, than Penny Marshall's A League of Their Own, but Abbi Jacobson's reexamining of what life was like for women in 1943 is a worthy, essential expansion to the story we got in the 1992 film.
Netflix show Locke & Key has come to end with Season 3 and Canadian star Connor Jessup, who plays Tyler Locke, is reminiscing about the series finale (spoilers ahead), his early frustrations with the character and celebrating filming in his hometown of Toronto.
Canadian actor Dylan Smith plays Largo Brandyfoot, a kind of “prehistoric Hobbit” in Prime Video's The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power from Amazon Studios, based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s Second Age of Middle-earth's history, releasing September 2.
More than 30 years later, Neil Gaiman's 75-issue comic series “The Sandman” is seeing the screen in the Netflix series The Sandman, starring Tom Sturridge.
Jo Koy has been an open critic about how stories about Asian families have been deemed “too specific” to be worthy of investment, but the comic is pushing back on that “lazy” and "ignorant" argument, ahead of his Easter Sunday movie premiere.
Now that the hit FX show Reservation Dogs has returned for Season 2, Canadian actor Sarah Podemski stresses that the success of the first season has allowed the series to “push the boundaries,” including intensifying the comedy that is rarely seen by Indigenous actors on TV.
The latest AppleTV+ psychological thriller, Surface, has its star, and executive producer, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, working through questions around what happens when you can’t trust your own mind anymore.
Descendants star Sofia Carson has taken a massive step in her career, taking on the role of an executive producer, lead actor and writing songs for the soundtrack to the new Netflix movie Purple Hearts, also starring Nicholas Galitzine.
A new survival thriller from Netflix, Keep Breathing, takes In The Heights star Melissa Barrera and drops her in the remote Canadian north, trying to survive for her life.
The team behind the Netflix hit Chilling Adventures of Sabrina have stepped into the world of the 2010s Pretty Little Liars universe, with HBO Max’s Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin (on Crave in Canada), starring Bailee Madison, Chandler Kinney, Malia Pyles, Maia Reficco, Zaria and Mallory Bechtel.
From the team that brought us to iconic Netflix American Vandal mockumentary series, Tony Yacenda and Dan Perrault are closing out another hysterical show with Players on Paramount+, all based around the world of esports.
After a long and much-publicized interruption, Chris Cuomo wants to get after it again. Cuomo, who made that phrase the mission statement for his 9 p.m. program on CNN, is taking his bulldog demeanor and lean-in anchoring style to NewsNation, the still-nascent news outlet backed by large station owner Nexstar Media, which has in recent […]
In a new documentary Not Just A Girl (on Netflix July 26), the legendary Shania Twain opens up about thinking she would never sing again as a result of her Lyme disease infection.
After Kai Bradbury’s dramatic introduction as Doc Mullins’ (Tim Matheson) long-lost grandson Denny, in Season 4 of Virgin River on Netflix the Canadian actor is further complicating relationships in the remote northern California town (actually filmed in British Columbia).
Canada’s Queen of R&B, Jully Black, and her friend Kathy Hunter, may have had a short stint on The Amazing Race Canada, but Black revealed she initially didn't even want to be a racer on the show.
In the late Ray Liotta’s last TV role before his death, Black Bird on AppleTV+ (premiering July 8), also starring Taron Egerton, Paul Walter Hauser and Sepideh Moafi, is a gut-wrenchingly gripping serial killer, true crime psychological thriller.
It’s been a long COVID-19 hiatus for The Amazing Race Canada but the show is finally back with Season 8 (premiering July 5 at 9:00 p.m. ET on CTV, CTV.ca and the CTV app), with host Jon Montgomery teasing that this year’s teams are “super competitive.”
'Stranger Things' star Jamie Campbell Bower on falling in love with Vecna, what makes Vecna/Henry/One an attractive character to watch, and how he felt "drained" after filming Season 4 of this hit Netflix show.
The highly thrilling AppleTV+ series Tehran has closed out Season 2, ending with Glenn Close’s character Marjan being left for dead by Faraz (Shaun Toub) and his wife Nahid (Shila Ommi), and Milad (Shervin Alenabi), Tamar’s (Niv Sultan) boyfriend, caught in flames in a car explosion, and we can't stop thinking about it.
Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis has all eyes on Austin Butler but don’t underestimate Olivia DeJonge as Priscilla Presley, giving us a “break” from the male-dominated narrative that's told from the perspective of Tom Hanks’ character Colonel Tom Parker.
Bringing us comedy, turbulent family dynamics and the quintessentially Canadian cottage experience, The Lake, Prime Video’s first scripted Amazon original series in Canada, is a spectacularly funny show, starring Julia Stiles and Madison Shamoun, among Canadian talents like Jordan Gavaris, Jon Dore and Natalie Lisinska.
In a refreshingly funny, honest and heartwarming coming-of-age story, Cooper Raiff’s movie Cha Cha Real Smooth, starring Dakota Johnson and Vanessa Burghardt (on AppleTV+ June 17) is the drama-comedy film we needed, dare we say the dramedy of the year.