TV April 22-24: Stowaway, Greta Thunberg, Life in Colour with David Attenborough, Cher and the Loneliest Elephant, Search for Sheela, Shadow and Bone, A Black Lady Sketch Show, Call the Midwife, Romeo and Juliet, Tell Me When,

Hello. I can barely see for allergies so please watch all these and report back. That is all. Thursday April 22 Stowaway (movie premiere Amazon Prime) " Mars-bound space crew discover a surprise passenger (no, it's not the NASA execs from Apple TV+'s For All Mankind, who can only dream of the Red Planet). The title... Continue Reading →

TV April 18-21: Couples Therapy, Mare of Easttown, Confronting a Serial Killer, Younger, American Oz, Sasquatch, Philly D.A., The New Wave of Standup

At least in Winnipeg, it's spring, it's winter, it's spring... I'm in the grips of allergies and weather whiplash, but it's all good. There's TV! Stay safe everybody. Sunday April 18 Couples Therapy (Season 2 premieres with two back-to-back episodes on cable 9-10pmCT/10ET on Crave, and all 9 episodes at once on Crave app) "The... Continue Reading →

TV April 15-17: Younger (whoa! not quite), Wahl Street, Ride or Die, Mythic Quest: Everlight, Made for Love, Big Shot, Arlo the Alligator Boy, The Year Earth Changed, Earth Moods, Frank of Ireland, Chadwick Boseman: Portrait of an Artist, Game of Thrones

How ARE you? In my digital travels I am hearing a lot of breaking-point tension, especially here in Winnipeg where two days of heavy snow snatched spring from us, though only for a few days. News of vaccines is helping. Here is some TV to keep you distracted. Try yoga, maybe meditation, and walkies. And... Continue Reading →

TV April 11-14: Shameless, Queen of the South, The Nevers, McQueen, My Love, Kim’s Convenience, Why Did You Kill Me, Dad Stop Embarrassing Me, The Secrets She Keeps, The Circle,

I have discovered there are two kinds of people (who matter). One type considers my lifelong obsession with TV in all its guises with a wrinkle of concern (surely not judgment?) on the brows, as they think, "But it's all just TV!"). The other type is my tribe; not the sloths/unfortunates that the first group... Continue Reading →

TV April 8-10: TV bad guys, Worn Stories (again), Game of Thrones Iron Anniversary special, Rebel, Them, Thunder Force, Night in Paradise, Ghosts, Misbehaviour, Carey Mulligan on SNL

Hey. Did you know I am also writing occasional TV features for the Winnipeg Free Press as well? Do you too love TV bad guys? Susie Moloney, doyenne of horror novels and films, and I share some theories about why we are so afflicted. Spoiler alert: They have more fun and we like fun. Read... Continue Reading →

TV April 4-7: Stardust, Gangs of London, My Grandparents’ War, Atlantic Crossing, Us, Birdgirl, Hemingway, Family Reunion, Chad, Home Economics, Snabba Cash, Exterminate All the Brutes, Wedding Coach, Dolly Parton, This Is a Robbery, Kung Fu

Happy Easter chocolate fiends. Catching up Stardust (on Crave app since Friday) "In 1971, a 24-year-old fledgling David Bowie (Johnny Flynn) is sent to America to promote his newest record, The Man Who Sold the World. Leaving behind his pregnant wife Angie (Jena Malone), Bowie and his band embark on a makeshift coast-to-coast promotional tour with... Continue Reading →

TV April 1-3: Worn Stories, The Moodys, United States of Al, Law & Order: Organized Crime, Manifest, Madame Claude, The Serpent, Concrete Cowboy, St. Vincent on SNL

It might feel more like it in Winnipeg, but this must really be spring. Still, I managed to plan some screen time for you all. You're welcome. Thursday April 1 Worn Stories (series premiere Netflix) "opens the closets of a diverse group of people to reveal a treasure-trove of tales about the meaning behind articles of... Continue Reading →

TV March 28-31: Tina (again), City on a Hill, Great Performances: Movies for Grownups, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, Brokenwood Mysteries, Miss Scarlet and the Duke, Supergirl, Extinction, Reprisal, Bulletproof, First Day

I thought I knew Tina Turner from her place in rock history, from her days with and after Ike (and her telling of that story, first in People magazine way back), from her Tiny Dancer strutting, from my mother's adoration of her ("Look at her dance! She's the same age as me!"). I thought the... Continue Reading →

TV March 25-27: Secret Magic Control Agency, The Restaurant: 1951, The Returned, Bad Trip, Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, American Masters: Twyla Moves, Something Undone, A Week Away, Pagglait, The Irregulars, Nailed It, Invincible, Tina, SNL with Maya Rudolph

I have no preamble. So onward. Thursday March 25 Secret Magic Control Agency (movie premiere Netflix) "Hansel and Gretel of fairy tale fame — now acting as secret agents — must use magic, clever thinking and teamwork on a mission to find a missing king." The Restaurant: 1951 (series premiere Sundance Now) "Called “Sweden’s answer... Continue Reading →

TV March 21-24: Q: Into the Storm, The Gloaming, Aretha, The Breeders, The Attaché, Secrets of a Psychopath, Flannery O’Connor, Beyond the Canvas, Seaspiracy, The Day Sports Stood Still, Who Killed Sara?

Spring rain in Winnipeg, medium chill in Montreal, but hope is in the air with more news of friends getting their vaccine appointments. We still have to be careful -- why not? why risk anything at this point? -- but dare to hope. A little. And TV. TV is still 100 per cent safe. 110... Continue Reading →

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