New TV Aug. 7-13: Rutherford Falls, I Am Groot, Resident Alien, Bump, Never Have I Ever, Children of the Underground, Day Shift, Five Days at Memorial, Rogue Agent, 13: The Musical, A League of Their Own, The Princess

OOOoooooh. And this warrants every one of those os. (please note: no apostrophe!) Two of my fave returning series are returning: Rutherford Falls and Resident Alien, plus a few more that don't start with Rs (once again, for emphasis: no apostrophe; please remember this one grammatical thing that I CANNOT abide a second longer). Ahem.... Continue Reading →

TV July 31 to Aug. 6: Industry, The Bear (at last), Lightyear (the series), Clusterf**k: Woodstock ’99, Outlaws, Luck, Wedding Season, Prey, Sandman, Thirteen Lives, Bob & Harriet Get Married

Busy busy but always time for new TV, at least to browse what you can catch up on later. Monday Aug. 1 Industry (Season 2 premiere HBO Crave) “A group of young graduates compete for a limited set of permanent positions at a top investment bank in London – but the boundaries between colleague, friend,... Continue Reading →

TV July 24-30: Santa Evita, Whitney Cummings, Not Just a Girl, High School Musical: The Musical, Wellington Paranormal, The Most Hated Man on the Internet, We Met in Virtual Reality, Light & Magic, Pretty Little Liars, Keep Breathing, City on a Hill, Surface, Paper Girls, Uncoupled, Dave Merheje: I Love You Habibi

Hello chickens! Come in from out of that withering sun for pity sake. The TV's super good and the freezies are cool as super wide leg low-rise jeans and white North Star runners. Wait ... this isn't 1975 is it? Oh boy. I think I might have a touch of heat stroke from that a.m.... Continue Reading →

TV July 17-23: Virgin River, The Last Movie Stars(??), Rap Sh!t, The Grey Man, Trying

Oof. Slim pickings my chickens! But then again if you have a life beyond the screen (!!!!), you're probably not as bothered by that as us happy shut-ins. Oh, that's my therapist calling now so pressing Publish on this little serving of the new stuff in the coming week. Byeeeeeee! Wednesday July 20 Virgin River... Continue Reading →

TV July 10-16: The Bear news, SkyMed, The Anarchists, Grantchester, Cobra, POV, So Dumb It’s Criminal Hosted by Snoop Dogg, Bob’s Burgers Movie, What We Do in the Shadows, Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks, How to Change Your Mind, Solar Opposites, Departure, D.B. Cooper: Where Are You? Canada’s Drag Race, Resident Evil, Zombie 3, Don’t Make Me Go, The Dark Heart, Forever Summer: The Hamptons, The Rehearsal, Moonhaven, Persuasion, Nikki Glaser: Good Clean Filth

Sorry for the delay. I was folkfesting. Partial excuse anyway. Now then... Finally! The Bear, a new comedy/drama series set in a restaurant in Chicago and starring Jeremy Allen White from Shameless, has a Canadian date confirmed!!!! These FX/Hulu shows that premiere Stateside and malinger in the Canadian fog are making me very very grumpy.... Continue Reading →

TV July 3-9: Friday Night Lights, We Hunt Together, American Dad, America the Beautiful, Sorry for Your Loss, America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston, The Great Muslim American Roadtrip, Five Bedrooms, The Green Planet, Black Bird, Supreme Team

Hello. Let's go! New TV for the next week. Catching up Friday Night Lights (Season 1-5 premiering on Crave app) If you've never seen this series, you are in for a mostly fantastic run of series. The melodrama gets a little cloying only a couple of times. The rest is gold. “Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can’t... Continue Reading →

TV June 26 to July 2: Queer as Folk, Westworld, The Chi, Hiding in Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness, Only Murders in the Building, Baymax, Beauty, The Upshaws, Stranger Things, The Princess, Terminal List

Good day. Might be updates, although this is a pretty commanding list of new TV for a week. Have a thoughtful Canada Day. Sunday June 26 Queer as Folk (series premiere 8pmCT/9ET Showcase, after June 9 premiere on Peacock in the U.S.) “Based on the groundbreaking British drama series created by Russell T. Davies, “Queer... Continue Reading →

TV June 19-26: Good Luck to You Leo Grande, Summer I Turned Pretty, Father of the Bride, The Old Man, Civil: Ben Crump, Hotel Portofino, Flatbush Misdemeanors, Mind Over Murder, Umbrella Academy, Man vs. Bee, Chloe, Loot, Trevor: The Musical, Deanne Smith Experience, Rise

Happy Juneteenth Freedom Day, to be celebrated and considered as we in Canada mark days until Tuesday’s National Indigenous Peoples Day. And also Happy Father’s Day, which also has the potential for celebration and sadness and other hard feelings. Celebrate what you can and if it’s a hard day, make sure you connect without someone,... Continue Reading →

TV June 12-18: Dark Winds, Becoming Elizabeth, Pete Davisdon Presents: The Best Friends, Halftime, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin’s Ladies Night Live, God’s Favorite Idiot, Love Victor, girls5eva, Legacies, Father of the Bride, The Old Man, Rutherford Falls envy, Cha Cha Real Smooth, My Fake Boyfriend, The Lake, Fantastic Friends, Spiderhead

Hello people. I got to write another TV piece in the Winnipeg Free Press, which you can read here, about the new series Dark Winds. Definitely highly recommended. Sunday June 12 Dark Winds (series premiere 8pmCT/9ET AMC, AMC+) “Follows Joe Leaphorn (Zahn McClarnon, Reservation Dogs, Westworld, Longmire) and newbie Jim Chee (Kiowa Gordon, Reservation Dogs,... Continue Reading →

TV June 5-11: Roswell New Mexico, Irma Vep, In the Dark, That’s My Time with David Letterman, Ms. Marvel, Hustle, The Janes, Backstage with Katherine Ryan, Peaky Blinders, For All Mankind, Dirty Daddy – The Bob Saget Tribute, Trees of Peace, Amy Schumer Presents – Parental Controls

Monday June 6 Roswell, New Mexico (Season 4 premiere Showcase 7pmCT/8ET) “After Liz and Max’s triumph over Max’s clone, Jones, at the end of Season 3, it seemed a bit of happiness is finally ahead of them. But little did they know a new threat was emerging down in Mexico when a newly awakened alien... Continue Reading →

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