After twenty-five years, Degrassi remains popular culture’s most honest depiction of teen life
With Wipeout Canada, we finally have our own garish game show
The weirdness of William Shatner
Coronation Street — the quintessentially British soap opera that turns fifty this year — attracts 1.3 million Canadian viewers a night. Why?
Vincent Lam’s miraculous book goes under the knife for television
Countdown to Liquor Day marks the end of the Trailer Park Boys’ ten-year run. How did creator Mike Clattenburg turn white trash into comic gold?
Making Canadian television drama worth watching remains a challenge
With a new series on Showcase, Aboriginal humour is going mainstream
David Simon’s The Wire is at the vanguard of a storytelling revolution that is changing the way we watch TV
Tawdry television offers a worm’s-eye view of la belle province
As The Newsroom enters its final season (again), Ken Finkleman
faces his last temptation: being nice.