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You either loved or hated Bloodline.
Orange Is The New Black star Natasha Lyonne wasn't exactly thrilled when asked about one of the biggest stories Hollywood studios, the mainstream media and security experts are talking about: ransomware.
Laughter truly is the best medicine which is why Flaked star Will Arnett is returning home for a worthy cause.
Think of it as a reality-TV massacre in one hour: Thursday’s Big Brother Canada will see a nail-biting triple eviction that almost always sees some of your favourites and winning front-runners blasted out the door and into jury. And the mastermind behind the jam-packed challenges we’ll see on tonight’s ‘three weeks of game played in one hour’ is Tr
She's baaack! And not a moment too soon. Given today's contentious political discourse - especially south of the Canadian border - Chelsea Handler's zeitgeisty Netflix talk show has a lot to tackle and make fun of. For the next 29 weeks, and now streaming a new episode every Friday for an hour (the series debuted last Friday) instead of three times
There's a lot happening this weekend - from Record Store Day to all of our major sports teams playing to Earth Day - but the city will also be rockin' thanks to breast cancer survivor Melissa Etheridge speaking at O'Cannabiz. The first annual marijuana forum is a three-day event which gathers patients, medics, licensed producers and experts to expl
“You may not be born in Puerto Rico but Puerto Rican is definitely born in you.” — Rosie Perez
You know time flies when the youngest daytime soap opera on the TV dial is turning 30 years old.
How lucky are we? Not only are we already immersed in an epic all-star Survivor installment titled Game Changers but tonight, we’re going to jump into the first hybrid season consisting of new and old players on Big Brother Canada: Odyssey. Yep, this year the theme is outer space.
If you saw last week’s epic showdown between past winners Tony Vlachos and Sandra Diaz-Twine on the 34th season of Survivor, you know Game Changers is going to continue to be relentlessly compelling.
Enduring the relentless torture of living in a Donald Trump world, a new all-star season of Survivor couldn't have come at a better time.
While most of the world grumbled about last year being the worst ever, Daniel Levy had a pretty fierce 2016. Let’s review: Levy scored two Canadian Screen Awards for writing and producing CBC’s hit series Schitt’s Creek, which also airs in America on Pop and in the U.K. on Netflix, just to name a few countries.
If you run into the incredibly handsome and talented Don Diamont on the streets of Toronto, your eyes are not deceiving you. Diamont, who plays snarky publishing bad boy "Dollar" Bill Spencer on The Bold and the Beautiful, is in town to make women (and some men) swoon at Toronto's National Women's Show.
Anyone who watches Dancing with the Stars knows that the stars are the professional dancers - not the celebrities competing.
He throws the book at the most criminal of celebrity fashionistas every week on E!'s Fashion Police.
The one upside to the weather getting chillier outside is the fact that one of Canada’s most popular TV shows and arguably the best reality series of all time — Survivor — is back on our screens Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on Global TV and CBS.
The domestic goddess is back!
Rapper 50 Cent has slammed his ex-girlfriend Vivica A. Fox for suggesting he is gay.
If you ran into former Bachelor star Chris Soules during his recent trip to Toronto and we’re expecting a rose, you were probably disappointed.