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Season two of "Ted Lasso" starring Jason Sudeikis (on Apple TV+ in beginning Jul. 23), draws you back into the characters you fell in love with, Juno Temple as Keeley, Phil Dunster as Jamie, Hannah Waddingham as Rebecca, Nick Mohammed as Nathan and Jeremy Swift as Higgins.
The successful Power TV show franchise is back on with Power Book III: Raising Kanan, a prequel storyline that Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson teases will be better than the original series (premiering on Sunday, July 18 on Starz).
A brilliant performance in Black Widow that even made Scarlett Johansson cry shows that 13-year-old actor Ever Anderson is very much following in her mother, Milla Jovovich’s footsteps and taking Hollywood by storm.
Marvel’s Loki series on Disney+ has come to an end and while Tom Hiddleston paved the way, one of the sneakiest characters in the series, the animated Miss Minutes, is voiced by an exceptional Canadian talent, Tara Strong.
“There's a lot of stuff that's going on now that really bodes poorly for Britney Spears."
The new "Gossip Girl" series reboot premieres in Canada on Crave on July 8, with producers of the original show and "The O.C."
"It's pretty much my favourite character that I've ever played," Billy Crystal ahead of the release of "Monster at Work" streaming on Disney+ on July 7.
Tony Hale (Veep, Arrested Development) is doing double duty playing twins in the Disney+ adaptation of the book series “The Mysterious Benedict Society,” also featuring Ryan Hurst (The Walking Dead, Sons of Anarchy) and Kristen Schaal (Bob’s Burgers, 30 Rock) in supporting roles, with the first two episodes streaming on June 25.
After 13 years of silence, Britney Spears spoke out in a passionate 24-minute statement unlike any fans have heard from her before. The star called out her conservatorship, controlled by her father, which she described as abusive and traumatizing.
Vancouver’s Jacob Tremblay leads us through an Italian Riviera getaway is Pixar’s new movie Luca, premiering on Disney+ on Friday, June 18, also starring Maya Rudolph, Jim Gaffigan, Jack Dylan Grazer and Emma Berman.
The highly anticipated movie "In The Heights," starring Anthony Ramos with veteran stars like Jimmy Smits, is available in theatres and to rent at home in Canada on June 10.
Marvel's beloved villain Loki, played by Tom Hiddleston, is featured in a six part, six hour show on Disney+, also starring Owen Wilson, with a June 9 release.
Hugh Jackman steps into the shoes of a “private investigator of the mind” in "Reminiscence," the psychologically thrilling movie directed and written by "Westworld" co-creator Lisa Joy (set to be released on Aug. 20).
Disney's best live-action reimagining of "101 Dalmatians" with the origin story "Cruella" showcases the wicked pairing of villains Emma Stone and Emma Thompson. The stars call the film the 'darkest' Disney movie in a long time.
Friends stars Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer, Courtney Cox and Lisa Kudrow are back for an emotional reunion, Friends: The Reunion, streaming on HBO Max or Crave in Canada.
In a new season of the HBO show "In Treatment," Uzo Aduba (Orange Is the New Black, Mrs. America) fearlessly and captivatingly takes over from Gabriel Byrne, premiering on May 23 on HBO/Crave.
A new crime drama starring Luke Evans recreates the investigation into a U.K. game show winner turned serial killer, John Cooper (Keith Allen), in "The Pembrokeshire Murders."
"Friends: The Reunion" will be available to stream in Canada on May 27, with Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer, Courtney Cox and Lisa Kudrow.
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck ("Bennifer") have seemingly reunited. A body language expert analyzes their love story that she thinks never completely died.
The TIME’S UP Foundation is calling this a "defining moment for Hollywood" as NBC announced Monday that it will not air the 2022 Golden Globe Awards, following criticism of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA). "We have the opportunity to recognize that, by speaking up against one powerful but deeply flawed awards system, we can begin to reimagine a more equitable industry," a statement from Tina Tchen, president and CEO of TIME’S UP Foundation, reads.
The 2021 Oscars brought people back to an in-person ceremony, but as the Academy Awards pressed on during COVID-19, it was full of groundbreaking award winners, massive snubs and even some butt shaking from your favourite movie stars.
The 2021 Oscars ceremony ended with a massive snub when Anthony Hopkins won the Best Actor award for The Father over the late Chadwick Boseman for his role in the movie Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. In previous years, the best picture category is always the last award of the night but when the order was rearranged this year to make the actor category last, many assumed it was to create time forBoseman to receive the posthumous Academy Award - but that wasn't the case.
Movie theatres may be closed but there is still some time watch the 2021 Oscars nominated movies (ahead of the Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday, April 25), including the film The Father, starring Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman.
'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' finale: Canadian director says Disney+, Marvel show is 'the most important story of the century'
Make no mistake, this isn't 'Uncle Jesse.' Full House star John Stamos is starring in a new role on Disney+'s show 'Big Shot' (releasing on Friday, April 16) which pitches him as a gruff, angry coach that is a contrast to the cool, sitcom-uncle generations of viewers have come to love. In the 10-episode series, Stamos plays Marvyn Korn, a NCAA men’s basketball coach who is relegated to coaching at a girls private school after his aggressive antics get him kicked out of the league. Now, he works under the school’s dean, played by Yvette Nicole Brown, with assistant coach Holly Barrett (Jessalyn Gilsig)