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TV Network Under Fire After Omitting Breastfeeding Scene From Broadcast

The Huffington Post | Caroline Bologna | Posted 05.15.2015 | Parents

Many fans of the Starz series "Outlander" were up in arms this past Sunday night when Showcase, the television network that broadcasts the show in Can...

Feminism in Television

Lisa Steinberg | Posted 03.14.2015 | Entertainment
Lisa Steinberg

Why are Canadian based web series and shows taking a stand more than US prime time network shows?

Who Binge Watches Better: Canadians Or Americans?

Posted 12.16.2013 | TV

Canadians binge watch TV better than Americans, eh? That's what Grant McCracken, a Canadian cultural anthropologist, has learned after being hired ...

Cartoon Network, Adult Swim Officially Launch In Canada

The Huffington Post TV Canada | Denette Wilford | Posted 07.04.2012 | TV

Four months after Teletoon Canada Inc. announced Cartoon Network and Adult Swim were coming to Canada, it has finally come to fruition. The latest...

Men With Brooms: Requiem for an Obscure Canadian Sitcom

Morgan Glennon | Posted 03.06.2012 | TV
Morgan Glennon

Men With Brooms was a sweet little sitcom about a group of friends who hang out in a bar and form a curling team. You know curling, that sport we try to care about during the Winter Olympics.

Canadian TV: Best 11 Moments of 2011

The Huffington Post Canada | Annette Bourdeau | Posted 12.22.2011 | TV

2011 was a pretty big year for the TV world in general. Oprah said farewell to her beloved daytime chatfest. Regis bid adieu to mornings with Kelly an...

What Canada Watches: Rankings For 2011 TV

The Huffington Post Canada | Denette Wilford | Posted 12.22.2011 | TV

One thing is clear about Canadian TV viewing habits -- we love our sports and we can't get enough of reality TV. As 2011 quickly winds down, so, to...

Canadian TV: Have We Lost Our Identity?

Stephanie Earp | Posted 02.12.2012 | Canada
Stephanie Earp

Of the top 20 TV shows in Canada, 18 of them are American. In this rather bleak landscape, what is the future of Canadian television? Should we even bother producing TV anymore?