Before we announce the winners of the 2011 My TV Awards, we’re proud to present the My TV Nominee Interview Series. The actor behind one of the main villains on Canada’s best TV show, Being Erica, came back in the show’s final season to lend the character a reassuring dash of pathos. Adam MacDonald, who played Josh MacIntosh […]
Before we announce the winners of the 2011 My TV Awards, we’re proud to present the My TV Nominee Interview Series. A standout player on Canada’s best TV show, Morgan Kelly is best knows as the ever-evolving Brent on Being Erica, where he played the friend/rival/victim/love interest of Erica and her book publishing boss/partner Julianne […]
December 12th marked what is most likely the series finale of Canada’s best original series. Though the word hasn’t come down from the CBC officially yet that there won’t be a season 5, creator Jana Sinyor’s been quoted saying this is the end, so I’m leaning towards believing that too. The ever-evolving series’ fourth season […]
Canada’s best show is almost through its fourth (and potentially last) season on the CBC. So before we bid adieu to Being Erica for good, I thought I’d better make a point of catching up with the time-travelling spitfire and her heartfelt wacky adventures.
I’ve long loved CBC’s most successful drama. When it first premiered 3 seasons ago I was fond of its proud Toronto setting and unabashed Canadian sweetness. It was easily one of the best things ever to come out of Canada’s small TV market. But as I caught up on the most recent season (which aired […]
– How I Met Your Mother this week: do the showrunners not know that their characters can’t afford the negative connotation smoking brings? The only character who survived this week without me losing a bit of love for them was Robin (who, let’s face it, always seemed like a bit of a smoker anyway). – […]
I wish it weren’t the case but I think it’s about time for Erica Strange to break some hearts. Though her and Ethan’s relationship began as very sweet (if entirely unoriginal), lately I can barely stand to watch them together. Every episode shows them bickering and the show’s wonderful leading lady looses a little bit […]
How I Met Your Mother may have taken me and my American counterparts to a fictionalized accent-filled Toronto last week but it wasn’t until I watched the latest from CBC’s Being Erica in contrast that I realized what it really is that sets Canadian TV apart from its powerful southern neighbour’s weekly offerings. Canadian TV […]