TV Guide Canada
- The filmed-in-Canada series offers a lighthearted look at the struggles of a mining town in 1901
- Two major networks eye another remake of the British workplace sitcom
- Networks are coming under fire for continued coverage of lost airplane
- Billy Bob Thornton and Martin Freeman breathe small-screen life into quirky 'Fargo'
- Greer Grammer talks filming the MTV series while attending university, being a series regular for the first time and new love interests for Lissa
- The sci-fi themed network is returning to its roots with a handful of new shows
- Let's look back at Lindsay Lohan's noteworthy small screen roles before her 'Broke Girls' cameo
- Peter Outerbridge reveals new details on cult-like Prolethian leader
- Firehouse 51 looks for answers in the wake of Jones' suicide
- This crass, unoriginal multi-cam should fit right in with CBS' Monday night sitcoms
- Joe and Ryan finally come face-to-face in an intense battle of wits; Mike gets his revenge on Lily
- Violet and Christy steal the show in the Season 1 finale of 'Mom'
- Paracelsus continues to be a thorn in the team's side
- LiLo guests as a bridezilla with a taste for Max and Caroline's cupcakes
- A pregnant woman hit by a car is the latest drama to befall Bethune General
- CBC's high school comedy wraps for a third season
- The cooks team up to put together a meal for their families
- 'Iron Chef' star chef Masaharu Morimoto joins the Top Chefs as Restaurant Wars sends one home
- Gladiators and chariot races and taxi woes slow down the remaining teams
- It's been 102 years since the 'Titanic' sank on April 15, 1912. But how much of what you know about that fateful night is based in fact and how much is based in film? While James Cameron was obsessive about getting many details right in his 1997 Oscar-winning blockbuster, he was careless about many others. Here's a look at 11 of his film's most egregious errors. By Jonathan Doyle
- Remember The Game of Life? It's that board game where you drive around on a plastic rectangle, making choices and submitting to chance " just like in actual life. While it can be great for good old family fun, it shouldn't be taken too seriously, as there are a few things The Game of Life gets wrong.