Television

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Bell Media announces new entertainment show

Pop Life will premiere on CTV News this fall.

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CTV reveals The Disappearance premiere

The six-part original series will have its linear debut in October.

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City sets Bad Blood debut

The Rogers Media-owned channel will also host a special event screening of the series at Fan Expo Canada.

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Amazing Race Canada holds the top: Numeris

The Canadian original stayed ahead of America’s Got Talent for another week, with both growing their average audiences slightly.

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Marblemedia to relaunch Just Like Mom

The remake of the popular 1980s game show is set to debut in Canada and the U.S. in January 2018.

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CBC Sports picks up Summer Universiade

The 11-day tournament has found its first official Canadian media partner in the CBC.

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ACA, IAB echo media warnings over food ad regulation

Industry groups predict an exodus of media dollars if current food advertising proposals remain unchanged.

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Skinny basic’s appeal is still slim: report

The MTM’s newest report shows that awareness of the offering is moderate, and it’s not winning back cord-cutters.

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The Brick joins HGTV’s newest home reno series

Corus is aiming for an aspirational feel with Worst to First,, set in Vancouver’s hot real estate market.

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CBC announces fall premiere dates

On top of the new dramas and unscripted series rolling out, the revamped version of The National returns Nov. 6.

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Cord-cutting slowed for first half of 2017: report

Boon Dog’s numbers show that Canada’s BDUs lost 22% fewer customers in Q1 and Q2, but it may not be part of a larger trend.

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Amazing Race Canada pulls into the lead: Numeris

After weeks of battling it out for the top spot, the CTV reality show finally pulled ahead of America’s Got Talent.

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Shapovalov drives record tennis ratings for Sportsnet

The rising Richmond Hill tennis star was part of the most-watched tennis broadcast in Sportsnet history.

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Broadcasters’ Cancon investment back in the spotlight

Herritage Canada has asked the CRTC to review its 5% decision on minimum investment.

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A detailed look at cord cutters and ‘cord nevers’

The latest MTM report details who has a TV subscription in Canada, who doesn’t want one anymore and who never had one in the first place.