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'The Bachelor' recap: Puke and all

While the experience of puking in zero gravity may not sound like the most romantic way to spend a first date, it somehow worked out for Nick Viall. He isn’t the most typical bachelor anyway, so anything is possible on this season of the eccentric dating show.

The Wine Show, which airs on Gusto, features hosts Matthew Goode (left) and Matthew Rhys.

24 Hours With Matthew Rhys

Before Welsh actor Matthew Rhys started hosting The Wine Show, which airs Sundays on Gusto, he had “a great love and very little knowledge” of the wonderful beverage.

Yanic Truesdale recently resumed his role as Michel Gerard in Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.

24 Hours with Yanic Truesdale

What shows did you binge on your holiday vacation? A number of people we know used the break to catch up on some of Netflix’s big titles from the past year – including the Gilmore Girls revival, A Year in the Life.

Daniel Levy, of CBC's Schitt’s Creek, had a pretty fierce year in 2016.

Levy finds his groove as accidental sex symbol

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.

Animated film Big Hero 6 is one of this month's streaming highlights. DISNEY

What's hot in streaming this month

If you're anything like the staff of 24 Hours, you probably spent the holidays gorging on treats while shunning most opportunities for social interaction and catching up on the titles in your streaming queue. Yes, we like our streaming time. Don't judge.

Nick Viall is the new Bachelor. (ABC photo)

'The Bachelor' recap

Heading into a new year, there are a million uncertainties of what 2017 will hold. But there is definitely one thing for sure: Nick Viall has Bachelor Nation divided.

Gillian Anderson's detective series, The Fall, is a must binge, Jane Stevenson said. BELL MEDIA


There’s never been a better time during holiday downtime for binge-watching as network TV prepares to ramp up again in early January with a slate of new and returning shows.