Articles Tagged ‘Global TV’

Saturday Night Live - Season 42

SNL’s “spicy” season hits a ratings high for Global

On TV sets and online, viewers flocked to watch Melissa McCarthy and Alec Baldwin reprise their White House roles.

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Mid-season TV checkup

We caught up with execs from Canada’s major networks to get the inside scoop on their mid-season strategy, from old faves to (potential) new hits.

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Global mixes VR and AR

The network is using the new technology to target a younger audience for upcoming drama Timeless.

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Supergirl gets new life on CW

The superhero show’s new U.S. partner is good news for its Canadian broadcaster, Global.

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Big Brother Canada posts premiere growth

The show’s Wednesday night opener was watched by just under one million viewers.

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Fall TV: Global TV’s demo-targeting pays off

Reading the season’s tea leaves with Christine Shipton, who argues the new TV landscape calls for a look beyond overall AMA.

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NCIS wins the week: Numeris

The Global show had the most single-night viewers for the week of May 11 to 17.

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The Big Bang Theory wins the week: Numeris

The laugher took the most single-night viewers for the week of April 27 to May 3.

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NBC renewals offer sneak peek at fall skeds

CTV and Global each have multiple returning dramas, thanks to NBC bringing back shows like The Blacklist (pictured) for another season.

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Fall TV: Chicago Fire gets a full-season

The Wednesday night drama gets a nine-episode order, and comedy Whitney gets moved to an 8 p.m. slot that night.

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Fall TV: Mid-season check in

Directors from Maxus and Media Experts on the strong players and surprises from the first two months of the new season.

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Global TV puts new series in the hands of viewers

The channel is passing out phones and inviting Canadians to use them to take pictures for its latest show, Touch.