It’s that time again (yes, I’m aware this is our first article in this series) where we visit our sister site, ETCanada.com, to see which infotainment gems they have on offer that will not only enrich my TV-watching experience but enrich my life as a whole.
Cooking up more Bob’s Burgers
Call it ‘the little show that could’: Bob’s Burgers will be back for another year.
The animated series about a struggling, family-run diner has been given a 22-episode sixth season. The news comes months after it nabbed the coveted Outstanding Animated Program award at the 2013 Emmys.
For more on this story, visit ETCanada.com
Chopper Chen, we presume?
As part of our 10th-season celebration, Cheryl Hickey goes one-on-one with powerful celebs who inspire her. Recently she sat down with Julie Chen, who worked her way from behind the scenes to become one of the most powerful women on television. And now, with a family that includes her son, Julie tells us whether she’s a “helicopter mom”.
To watch the interview, visit ETCanada.com
The return of Cote
Fans of NCIS are still grieving the loss of Cote de Pablo from TV‘s #1 drama, but the Chilean actress will be returning to TV screens in The Dovekeepers, a four-hour miniseries set in Israel during the siege of Masada in 700 A.D. The miniseries, produced by husband-and-wife team Mark Burnett and Roma Downey (The Bible), is based on Alice Hoffman’s bestselling novel.
The Dovekeepers airs Tuesday, Mar. 31 and Wednesday, Apr. 1 on Global.
For a first look, visit ETCanada.com