by NATALIA YANCHAK
Ahead of this weekend's Comiccon, we spoke to Star Trek: The Next Generation's Marina Sirtis (aka Deanna Troi) about the show's cultural reverberations.
by ERIK LEIJON
We spoke to the writers, creators and stars of one of the best comedies on TV right now.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
We spoke to Lez Spread the Word founder and president Florence Gagnon about the upcoming launch of the first season of Féminin/féminin.
We spoke to Tourisme Montréal about the marketing exercise/web series Montreal Boy: Some Strings Attached.
by ALEX ROSE
We review the second episode of Télé-Québec’s SNL Québec, hosted by hammy comedian Stéphane Rousseau.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Congrats to the Montrealers who won last night, and even those who didn't but were lucky enough to attend. Actually, what am I saying? That show was kinda shit.
We take a look at the first episode of Télé-Québec’s SNL Québec, to see if it’s worth watching.
We speak to SNL Québec cast member Virginie Fortin about the new Télé-Québec show.
More nips, leather faces and performances that ranged from enjoyable to shit at last night's Super Bowl + the TV reunion that fell flat & a music legend's surprising turn in an all-American car ad.
Premiering tonight on Bravo is the English-language version of Quebec TV series 19-2. Here’s what to expect.
by MALCOLM FRASER
We speak to local photographer Ben Philippi about his History Channel TV series God, Guns & Automobiles and American gun culture.
We spoke to curator Jean Gagnon about the Cinémathèque québécoise’s new exhibit Aspects of the Global Village - The Television Era in Canada, 1950–2000.
* The Montreal Black Film Festival begins
* Searching for Sugar Man screens at le Bleury
* The Graduate ends its run at the Segal
* Sheffield duo Slow Club play la Sala Rossa
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