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TV Gord Reviews Black-ish

It sometimes can be frustrating to review a series based solely on the pilot.  That’s what I found while watching Black-ish.  The first episode tries a little too hard to set up the basic premise for the series, which revolves around the frustration of an African-American father who is raising his children in a predominantly white community while trying to instill the cultural values with which he was raise ...

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City Unveils 2014/15 Prime-Time Schedule

With four consecutive years of growth*, City continues to deliver world-class content with this year’s most diverse schedule of exciting new shows, live events, and NHL programming joining a seasoned stable of returning hits. Hayden Mindell, Vice President of Television Programming & Content, Rogers Media, today unveils City’s 2014/15 fall and mid-season prime-time schedule to the Canadian advertising c ...

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The Bachelor Canada is Coming to Montreal, Feb. 2

Opportunity comes knocking once again for romantic hopefuls in Montreal when The Bachelor Canada rolls in to town in search of eligible bachelors and bachelorettes. City is calling on all interested men and women looking for true love and an unforgettable adventure to audition for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. ...

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City Launches Live Nationwide Casting Tour for Season 2 of Original Reality Series The Bachelor Canada, Beginning Jan. 25

Following last season’s fairytale ending, City is once again hitting the road, this time in search of one lucky bachelor as well as 25 vibrant bachelorettes to find the next match made in heaven for Season 2 of The Bachelor Canada. Open to all eligible Canadian bachelors and bachelorettes alike, the nationwide six-city casting tour kicks off on Saturday, Jan. 25 in Vancouver, then moves east with stops inCa ...

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City Announces 2014 Mid-Season Premiere Dates

City rings in the New Year with style, ushering in a host of highly anticipated new and returning comedies and dramas to the mid-season lineup. With five new and five returning series, beginning Thursday, Jan. 2  – City keeps the momentum going all winter long with the hottest and most compelling shows this season. ...

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TV Gord Reviews Super Fun Night

Rebel Wilson is funny.  She has shown that in the movie Bridesmaids and on various talk show and awards show appearances.  I went into the pilot of her new series, Super Fun Night, rooting for her and for the show.  Unfortunately, the show itself just doesn’t live up to the reputation Wilson has built for herself.  ...

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TV Gord Reviews Betrayal

Betrayal is a good companion show for ABC’s Revenge, which precedes it, because they both tackle their titles in a few different ways.  Betrayal—at first glance—is about two people who are married to others, but who are drawn to each other by an undeniable attraction.  It’s a dicey topic to handle, especially since neither of the married couples are particularly troubled, so the affair is all about being at ...

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TV Gord Reviews Lucky 7

Now, here’s an example of a show that I expected not to like that turned out to be a pleasant surprise.  The premise of a show about a group of co-workers who win the lottery sounds boring and predictable.  While there are some predictable situations, there’s a freshness to the story that took me by surprise.  By the end of the first episode, I wanted to visit with these characters again, which is the best ...

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TV Gord reviews Mom

Anna Faris gets off on the wrong foot (or, rather, the writers do) when her character, Christy, cries and sniffles for the first three minutes of the show.  It’s supposed to be funny, but it’s more annoying (especially because it has been featured in promos for the show, so we’ve seen it over and over again).  The second annoying thing about this series is the laugh track.  The “audience” (or, rather, the b ...

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