The women come out on top in Bliss, an eight-part half-hour Showcase Original anthology series based on women’s erotic fiction, adapted by female screenwriters and directed by acclaimed female Canadian filmmakers. Bliss airs Fridays at 9 p.m. ET/PT beginning June 6 as part of Showcase’s “Fridays Without Borders” lineup.
As the cross-country auditions for Canada’s next singing superstar head into the final stretch, CTV announced today that Canadian Idol, this year’s most-anticipated television event, will premiere Wednesday, June 11 at 8 p.m. ET (check local listings) on CTV.
CBS will add seven new series in the 2003-2004 season, five dramas and two comedies, with a schedule designed to sustain the Network’s momentum and continue its ratings growth.
The WB adds two new dramas and four new comedies to it’s 2003-2004 Primetime Schedule.
Four new comedies and three new dramas join ABC’s 2003-2004 Primetime Schedule this fall.
NBC unveiled a new primetime schedule for the 2003-04 season that will bring three new comedy series and three new dramas to America’s number one television network.
How much are you willing to pay for a celebrity signature? A recent photograph autographed by Jennifer Love Hewitt sold for $40 and a guitar signed by the Rolling Stones fetched $7,500. Explore the underground world of celebrity autograph collecting in the broadcast premiere of Hounds: What is the price of fame? on Sunday, May 25 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Bell ExpressVu, Canada’s leader in digital home entertainment, today launched the very first Interactive Activation Service (IAS) in North America.
The National Football League (NFL) today announced that Craig Media Inc., Canada’s largest privately held television broadcaster, will have exclusive rights to English language Monday Night Football broadcasts in Canada for the 2003 and 2004 seasons.
The specialty channel Discovery Wings can now be found on the Star Choice lineup at channel 555.