Little Mosque: “A Hard Day’s Fight”
  Kelly Bedard

There was nothing I didn’t like about the latest episode of Little Mosque on the Prairie. Let’s start with the small stuff: The B story involving Baber teaching at Layla’s school was both funny and sweet. Baber becoming the cool teacher was an inspired writing choice. It would have been so easy to have the […]

  Kelly Bedard

Nico Archambault and Natalli Reznik My 2 favourite So You Think You Can Dance Canada contestants. Both beautiful technicians with spunk, drive and lots of fire and heart. Nico I’ve loved since his very first audition. Natalli, on the other hand, was the surprise of the season for me. She was originally my least favourite […]

  Kelly Bedard

After an intense marathon of sitting and watching other people dance, I’m left just a week away from the finale of So You Think You Can Dance Canada, feeling shocked, disappointed, impressed and proud all at the same time. Sadly I will not be able to report on the finale until late December but I’ll […]

  Kelly Bedard

While back in Toronto this week I’ve been working on catching up on So You Think You Can Dance Canada. I’ve gotten through 2 more weeks, through the eliminations of Tamina and Joey, leaving 14 dancers on the stage. My current opinions are that… -I underestimated Natalli. Not only is she a better dancer than […]

  Kelly Bedard

Yes I love So You Think You Can Dance Canada and I am partial to NBC’s new show My Own Worst Enemy and a big shout out to James Ehnes is required as his Tchaikovsky violin concerto with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra last Saturday made my month, but there is one winner for this week’s […]

So You Think You Can Dance… Canada
  Kelly Bedard

Just in case there was any confusion, I’m Canadian. But I go to school in the States. And I totally love So You Think You Can Dance (if you didn’t know that then you haven’t been paying any attention at all). Those 3 facts result in the following: I have an overwhelming need to watch […]

Little Gem on the Prairie
  Kelly Bedard

“Little Mosque on the Prairie” may be a little show but it’s got a ton of heart and serves up a ton of laughs. This clever CBC sitcom features some of the greatest sitcom characters on TV (and because it’s Canadian, its second season wasn’t at all affected by the WGA strike). The show follows the […]

  Kelly Bedard

Want good television? and I mean REALLY good television? need something to watch until your favourite shows return post-strike? look no further than, well, CANADA. Ladies and Gentlemen, may I present to you one of my favourite TV shows of all time, from my home town of Toronto, Canada… SLINGS & ARROWS!!! This “comedy about […]