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December 20, 2014

Hoser Pride: CBC Celebrates All Things Canadian for its 75th

Hard to believe CBC is turning 75, eh? Canada's public broadcaster, the Ceeb, is rolling out 75 days of special programming leading up to its momentous anniversary on Wednesday, November 2. So bust out your finest BC Dinner Jacket (yes, I mean flannel shirt), pop a Pilsner and enjoy the epic 75-day celebration. The anniversary fare kicked off this past Sunday night with the broadcast of '1 Day,...

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Kenny Hotz Tackles World Issues -- Sorta -- In 'Triumph of the Will'

Mideast peace crisis? Check. Mortality? Check. Discrimination? Check. Kenny Hotz is confronting all of the world's biggest issues in his new show, 'Kenny Hotz's Triumph of the Will.' But don't worry -- this isn't a serious show featuring a goody-goody Kenny. You'll get to see all of the famous controversial Kenny antics you've grown to know and love over the years, on a much bigger scale. Rem...

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'Awkward' Star Beau Mirchoff on Playing a Jock, Set Pranks and His Nude Scene

Ready for a fresh take on high school? MTV is betting that you are. The network is debuting 'Awkward' this week, a new teen comedy that has more in common with 'Freaks and Geeks' than 'One Tree Hill.' The show does have one similiarity with the long-running 'One Tree Hill,' though: It stars 'OTH' alum Ashley Rickards as Jenna, an angst-ridden teen who becomes a pseudo-celebrity after an acciden...

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'Haven' Hunk Eric Balfour on Season 2: There's Weird Stuff Happening in Maine

Just when you thought things couldn't get any stranger in Haven, the police chief crumbles to pieces (quite literally) and a mystery woman shows up claiming to be the 'real' Audrey Parker (Emily Rose). So, yeah. Season 1 of the popular sci-fi show ended on a rather mysterious note. Season 2 of 'Haven' premieres this week, and the first episode raises more questions than it answers. The 'other' ...

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'Teen Wolf's Resident Brat Holland Roden on Fan Mail, Teen Shows and Her Number One Crush

There may not be any cheesy-yet-awesome basketball montages, but the new 'Teen Wolf' certainly isn't letting anybody down. The dark drama has already attracted a loyal fanbase after just a few weeks on air. And really, why not? The MTV series has everything viewers are hot for these days: teen angst, teen lust, teen sports and a whiff of the supernatural. Even though she hasn't gotten a ton of ...

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'Rookie Blue' Stars Missy Peregrym and Gregory Smith: Season 2 Gets Hotter, Sexier

The 'Rookie Blue' set is buzzing as the cast and crew work away on Season 2. The biggest change here since Season 1 is the addition of a toilet in one of the cells –- part of the painstaking efforts to make the show as realistic as possible. The breakout hit from last summer is filmed on location across Toronto, but its base is here, inside a non-descript warehouse just outside the do...

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Everything You Need To Know About 'Combat Hospital'

The hot afternoon sun is sweltering on the Toronto set of 'Combat Hospital,' a new medical drama that's supposed to be taking place in Kandahar, Afghanistan. As the sun beats down on the expansive set meticulously lined with shipping containers, a military helicopter, blast walls and a sign that says 'Welcome to Kandahar Airfield,' it's easy to forget we're standing in the middle of Toronto and no...

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Bling, Boobs and Bridezillas Abound on 'Brides of Beverly Hills'

If 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' has left you wanting even more real-life drama from the chic 90210 zip code, and you live in Canada, you're in luck. This week, Slice TV is rolling out the new reality series 'Brides of Beverly Hills,' featuring lots of bling, big plastic boobs and some serious 'bridezilla' meltdowns. The show is set in the celeb-magnet boutique Renee Strauss for the Br...

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CBC Unveils 'Cover Me Canada,' 'Camelot' for Fall

Can't get enough of those TV singing competitions, can you? If so, you're in luck. If 'American Idol,' 'Canadian Idol,' 'The Voice,' 'The X-Factor' and 'America's Got Talent' aren't whetting your whistle, you now have one more option. This fall, CBC is rolling out 'Cover Me Canada,' an elimination-style singing contest. To separate itself from the rest of the singing contests out there (con...

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'Dan for Mayor' Star Fred Ewanuick Talks Season Two, Faux Politics and Getting Noticed

What happens when some guy runs for mayor on a whim and actually wins? That's what Season 2 of 'Dan for Mayor' will explore, when average dude Dan finds himself running Wessex. Naturally, newbie Dan runs into plenty of amusing challenges, including a scandal dubbed 'Speedoo-gate' and a tough lesson about talking to the media 'off-the-record.' He also has some fun, too, like with a little event cal...

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