History Television marks the 40th anniversary of United States President John F. Kennedy’s assassination with a weekend of special films and documentaries about the man and his presidency.
TSN and CTV hit the ice for coverage of two of the most exciting Canadian figure skating competitions this season: MasterCard Skate Canada International 2003 and the 2004 BMO Canadian Figure Skating Championships.
Global Television Network is pleased to announce that The Mike Bullard Show will premiere on the full Global network on Monday, November 24th, 2003.
True case files of the paranormal and the unusual unfold before your eyes on Psi Factor. SPACE: The Imagination Station presents a new strip run of the Canadian sci-fi drama, from the first season, every Monday to Friday at 7pm ET beginning Monday, November 3rd.
Fasten your seatbelts – the critically acclaimed 24 returns for a third season. The commercial-free season premiere will air Tuesday, October 28 on the Global Television Network.
The Comedy Network will continue to air The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, Monday – Thursday at 11 p.m. ET/PT while the half-hour series will air at 12 midnight ET, replacing Mke Bullard’ show on CTV beginning Nov. 3.
The Honourable David Anderson, Minister of the Environment and Colin Maxwell, Executive Vice President of the Canadian Wildlife Federation, today unveiled the next generation of the Hinterland Who’s Who public service announcements and a new Web site.
The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is pleased to announce the winners from the 18th Annual Gemini Awards Gala. Celebrating excellence in English-Language television, this final evening of award ceremonies honour achievement in program, craft and performance categories.
Six broadcasters are splitting the rights to televise a total 62 out of 82 Senators games this season, two of which will air exclusively on pay-per-view. Many games will only be seen in the Ottawa area (except for satellite TV viewers, of course) on The New RO or CBOT (CBC), but the CBC and TSN will broadcast some nationally. Meanwhile, …
For nearly a decade, Dave Chappelle has combined a hip-hop sensibility with politics as a springboard for numerous hours of material on race, drugs, sex and society-at-large. Now, Chappelle take his personal joke book and brings it to life in his new 14-part, half-hour series Chappelle’s Show, premiering Tuesday, October 21 at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT, exclusively on The Comedy Network. …