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Good Witch: Season Three; Hallmark Channel Series Returning (Photos)

In a magical bit of news, Hallmark Channel announces the third season of its Good Witch TV show premieres on Sunday, April 30, 2017 at 9:00pm Et/Pt. Below, check out these Good Witch season three photos.A Hallmark Channel fantasy comedy-drama, Good Witch stars Catherine Bell, Bailee Madison, James Denton, and Rhys Matthew Bone. The cast also includes Anthony Lemke, Hannah Endicott-Douglas, Dan Jeannotte, Shane Harte, Noah Cappe, Catherine Disher, Peter MacNeil, Kylee Evans, Gabrielle Miller, Sarah Power, Dan Payne, and Paul Miller.Read More…
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Corner Gas: Being Revived as Animated Series in Canada

This should be a gas, eh? Canada's The Comedy Network is reviving the Corner Gas TV show as an animated series. Watch a teaser, below. The original live-action comedy series ran for six seasons from 2004 to 2009. A feature film followed, in 2014.Set in the fictional town of Dog River, Saskatchewan, Corner Gas features the only gas station around for miles. Brent Butt, Gabrielle Miller, Fred Ewanuick, Eric Peterson, Janet Wright, Lorne Cardinal, Tara Spencer-Nairn, and Nancy Robertson starred in the original series. Learn more from The Comedy Network, after the jump.Read More…
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Canadian sitcom Corner Gas for movie spin-off

Canadian sitcom Corner Gas for movie spin-off
Canadian sitcom Corner Gas is set to get a film spin-off.

The show, which ran for six seasons, was the top-rated sitcom in Canada with a record-breaking three million people watching the series finale in 2009.

The film already has funding from Canadian broadcaster Bell Media and film financier Telefilm Canada but is looking for an extra $100,000 from crowd sourcing to fund the spin-off.

Eric Peterson, Janet Wright, Gabrielle Miller, Fred Ewanuick, Lorne Cardinal, Tara Spencer-Nairn and Nancy Robertson are all set to return as their characters.

Writer and star of the show Brent Butt said of the 90-minute project: "I'm excited. The entire gang is back."

Picking up five years after the TV finale, residents of Dog River will discover their town has been mismanaged and they all have to move away.

Deciding to make one last rally to save Dog River, they discover a plan by a corporate chain
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Kimberly Elise Stars In 'Apple Mortgage Cake' Based On Real-Life Story Of Angela Logan

Production is underway this week in Hamilton, outside of Toronto, Canada on the Up Original Movie Apple Mortgage Cake, the inspiring true story of Angela Logan who, when faced with foreclosure, set a goal to bake 100 cakes in 10 days to save her home.  The film stars Kimberly Elise as Logan, is produced by Entertainment One (eOne), and will make its world television premiere on Up in 2014, under Michael Scott's directiong, from a script penned by Jamie Pachino (Franklin & Bash). The ensemble cast also includes Kevin Hanchard, Lamar Johnson, Stephan James, A.J. Saudin, Gabrielle Miller, Joanne Boland, Paul De La Rosa, Catherine Disher, Peter Williams,...
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Earthquake, Coma Star Returns: Nominated for Canadian Oscar

Geneviève Bujold is back: Canadian Screen Awards 2013 [See previous post: "Canadian Screen Awards: Oscar-Nominated War Witch Tops."] In addition to War Witch‘s Rachel Mwanza, the Canadian Screen Awards 2013 Best Actress nominees are Evelyne Brochu for Inch’allah, Marilyn Castonguay for L’Affaire Dumont, Suzanne Clément for Laurence Anyways, and Geneviève Bujold for Still Mine. In the Michael McGowan-directed drama based on real-life events, the veteran Bujold plays farmer James Cromwell tough-but-ailing wife whose physical frailty sets in motion the film’s plot: Cromwell’s desire to build a better, more comfortable house for Bujold pits him against government inspector Jonathan Potts. (Photo: Geneviève Bujold, James Cromwell Still Mine.) The Montreal-born Geneviève Bujold is best known for her Hollywood movies: Charles Jarrott’s Best Picture Academy Award nominee Anne of the Thousand Days (1969), which earned Bujold a Best Actress Academy Award nomination and a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Anne Boleyn; Mark Robson’s Earthquake, playing Charlton Heston
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Eva Longoria Returning To TV -- As A Cartoon

Eva Longoria Returning To TV -- As A Cartoon
"Desperate Housewives" has been off the air for less than a year, but if you miss Eva Longoria, you'll be happy to know she's returning to television. No, not as Isabella on "Y&R" (if that was to happen, it should have happened a year ago); rather, the actress will star in a primetime animated series that she will also executive-produce.

"Mother Up!" chronicles the daily life of Rudi Wilson (Longoria), a former music industry exec-turned-suburban mom. Rudi wants to be as good at motherhood as she was in the music biz, but struggles when she realizes she's not the greatest parent. The series also stars Canadians Jesse Camacho ("Less Than Kind") as Dick, Gabrielle Miller ("Corner Gas") as Sarah, Cle Bennett ("Flashpoint") as 2Bit, Helen Taylor as Jenny, Rebecca Husain as Apple, and Scott McCord as Greg.

The 13-episode, half-hour comedy -- which is written, produced, and voiced in
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Leo Award nominations

Big congrats to all the Leo nominees this year!

The nominations were announced earlier today. Sanctuary, Arctic Air, Endgame and Blackstone are up for Best Dramatic Series and all five films nominated for Best Feature Length Drama have familiar faces in them: Daydream Nation (Luke Camilleri, Calum Worthy, Genevieve Buechner), Doppelgänger Paul (Ben Cotton), Marilyn (Ryan Robbins), Sisters & Brothers (Kacey Rohl, Michael Eklund, Ben Cotton), and The Odds (Calum Worthy).

Sisters & Brothers nabbed 12 nominations, Hamlet (with Peter Wingfield) and Marilyn have eight each, Sunflower Hour (with Kacey Rohl and Ben Cotton) has seven, Donovan's Echo (with Hiro Kanagawa) has six, Daydream Nation and Doppelgänger Paul five each, The Odds has four, and Everything and Everyone (with Ryan Robbins) and Hannah's Law (with Ryan Kennedy and John Pyper-Ferguson, to be aired in June) scored two each.

On the TV side, Sanctuary is way ahead of the pack with 18 nominations, followed by
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Episode Recap: Navy NCIS - 7.18: "Jurisdiction"

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Marines finds a dead diver on the beach. Tony (Michael Weatherly) checks his desk for the van keys and finds gum, lip balm and change. Ziva (Cote de Pablo) finds some leftover candy from Valentine's day. Tony can't resist asking who it's from, it matters since Ziva "didn't eat it, so that person must not mean very much to you." Ziva replies it means nothing, which got Tony's goat, he's glad he wasn't her Valentine and so is she. Tony found McGee's (Sean Murray) CDs in his desk, which means McGee should've looked harder for them. McGee apologizes for not thinking to look in Tony's desk. Whoever drove the van last, has the keys. Tony got pizza cos he was hungry, that's nothing new, so doesn't he have his own car to drive now, or the agency car. Ziva asks where the dumpster is, why's she asking that when she's
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Hallmark Fall Movie Preview: Natalie Hall, Greg Vaughan, Faith Ford, Kim Delaney & More!

Hallmark Channel has released a list of Fall movies whose casts include a number of soap opera stars. First up though Desperate Housewives' Nicollette Sheridan stars in Honeymoon For One, A Hallmark Channel Original Movie World Premiere debuting Saturday, August 13 at 9p/8c.

See the fall movie list below which includes All My Children's Natalie Hall and Kim Delaney, General Hospital's Greg Vaughan and As The World Turns' Dylan Bruce.

Love Begins

Hallmark Channel Original Movie World Premiere

Saturday, September 17 (9p.m. Et/Pt, 8C)

Starring: Nancy McKeon, Wes Brown, Julie Mond, Abigail Mavity, Jerry Burns

Love Begins” is the prequel inspired by award-winning author Janette Oke’s most beloved book series Love Comes Softly and Oke’s iconic hero Clark Davis (Brown). Clark’s adventurous dreams of seeing the world are cut short when he lands in jail after a café brawl. Clark strikes a
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Line-Up of Canadian Films at Tiff 2011

Yesterday, the Toronto International Film Festival, which will take place between September 8 and 18, unveiled the list of Canadian films that will be screened.


A Dangerous Method Director: David Cronenberg Cast: Viggo Mortensen, Michael Fassbender, Keira Knightley and Sarah Gadon


Director: Ken Scott

Cast: Patrick Huard, Antoine Bertrand and Patrick Labbé

Take This Waltz Director: Sarah Polley Cast: Seth Rogen, Michelle Williams and Sarah Silverman

Canada First

Marécages Director: Guy Édoin Cast: Pascale Bussières, Luc Picard, Gabriel Maillé and François Papineau

Amy George Directors: Yonah Lewis and Calvin Thomas Cast: Gabriel del Castillo Mullally, Claudia Dey, Don Kerr and Natasha Allan

Nuit #1 Director: Anne Émond Cast: Catherine de Léan and Dimitri Storoge

The Odds Directors: Simon Davidson Cast: Tyler Johnston, Calum Worthy and Julia Maxwell

The Patron Saints Directors: Melanie Shatzky and Brian M. Cassidy

Roméo Onze Director: Ivan Grbovic Cast: Ali Ammar, Joseph Bou Nassar, Eleonore Millier, May Hilal
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Blood and Chrome to premiere in 2012, Eureka cancelled, and some general cast updates

A quick round of updates.

Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome won't premiere until 2012. It's not really news, but this is the first time it's coming from a network source, Syfy President Dave Howe.

THR: Publisher Bigpoint has over 2 million registered players for Battlestar Galactica Online even without the TV show airing. What are your thoughts about the opportunities the online gaming space opens up for Battlestar and other TV shows current or past?

Howe: I think when you have a property like Battlestar Galactica, it’s timeless. Yet it’s great to have a TV series on air simultaneously, but it’s not necessary. Battlestar is a franchise that’s existed since the ‘80s. We took a run at it. Universal Pictures I think has a big development and potentially another movie. It’s a known franchise that will always work if you are true to its spirit and you
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Tiff 2011 Canadian Selections Boasts An Incredible Line-Up With Works From Guy Maddin, Bruce McDonald And Vincenzo Natali

There are a lot of Canadian films screening at the Toronto International Film Festival to be excited about, including works from our favourite filmmakers Guy Maddin, Bruce McDonald,Vincenzo Natali and Jean Marc Vallee. Below is the list of films in the Canada First selections as well as other CanCon movies scattered through the main programs.

Toronto – The Toronto International Film Festival® boasts a strong lineup of Canadian features including new works by acclaimed Canadian filmmakers Carl Bessai, Mike Clattenburg, Michael Dowse, Philippe Falardeau, Guy Maddin, Bruce McDonald, Léa Pool, Jean-Marc Vallée and Ingrid Veninger, and onscreen appearances by Jay Baruchel, Camilla Belle, Anupam Kher, Akshay Kumar, Mia Kirshner, Rob Lowe, Vanessa Paradis, Jason Patric, Alison Pill, Russell Peters, Isabella Rossellini, Liev Schreiber, Sean William Scott, Scott Speedman and Nick Stahl.

“This year saw many Canadian filmmakers address a wide range of pressing social issues including the dangers of progress
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2010 Bell Celebrity Gala Pictures

Gabrielle Miller and Tara Spencer-Naim attending the 2010 Bell Celebrity Gala in Toronto.Photo copyright by Robin Wong / PR Photos. Sofia Milos attending the 2010 Bell Celebrity Gala in Toronto.Photo copyright by Robin Wong / PR Photos. Hugh Dillon attending the 2010 Bell Celebrity Gala in Toronto.Photo copyright by Robin Wong / PR Photos. Eric Roberts attending the 2010 Bell Celebrity Gala in Toronto.Photo copyright by Robin Wong / PR Photos. Lanny McDonald attending the 2010 Bell Celebrity Gala in Toronto.Photo copyright by Robin Wong / PR Photos. 10/14/2010 - Kathleen Robertson - 2010 Bell Celebrity Gala - Metro Toronto Convention Centre - Toronto, Canada © Robin Wong / PR Photos 10/14/2010 - Eric
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Corner Gas: Season 1 (review)

I’m so not a fan of the sitcom method of storytelling -- such as it is -- that it’s always startling for me to come upon an example of the format that isn’t so outrageously stupid that it makes me want to throw things at the TV. To come across one that is as gently unassuming as Corner Gas... well, I had to go to Canada for that. Even when they’re being mean here -- as is, apparently, de rigueur for sitcoms no matter whence they hail -- they’re being nice. Or perhaps this is merely a brand of Canadian passive-aggression that’s more agreeable than the American stripe. Perhaps we should call it passive-agreeableness... The characters here are stereotypes, as sitcom characters tend to be. Or so they appear to be, at first. In the remote rural town of Dog River, Saskatchewan, there’s
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