“I’d die immediately”: Yellowjackets star Sophie Nélisse rates her wilderness survival skills

In time for season two of Showtime’s smash psychodrama, the Quebec-bred ingenue talks braving the Canadian outdoors, her newfound fame and those meat-eating scenes

How this choreographer created the creepy monster movement in The Last of Us

Vancouver’s Paul Becker studied National Geographic, Japanese dance and Jurassic Park to design how the Infected get around

“I was living this double life: law student by day and Survivor contestant by night”

Kane Fritzler, the first Survivor contestant from Saskatchewan, is feeling the pressure: two of the last three winners are Canadian

How HBO’s The Last Of Us transformed Alberta into a zombie wasteland

Jason Nolan, the show’s Calgary-based location manager, shares stories from the set and explains why the province made for an ideal backdrop for the hit series

How Lido Pimienta keeps it surreal on Lido TV

Colombian-Canadian musician Lido Pimienta takes her talents to television with Lido TV, her one-of-a-kind take on variety shows

Rick Mercer on Poilievre vs. Trudeau, his new comedy showcase and more

Mercer returns to prime time with Comedy Night With Rick Mercer. “This is a golden age of stand-up comedy. But it’s a completely insane occupation.”

Anatomy of a Scene: Cottage-country comedy ‘The Lake’

The eight-episode Amazon Prime series set in northeastern Ontario begins streaming on Friday

This Jeopardy! superfan and archivist has helped train the all-time greats

Andy Saunders, from Guelph, Ontario, runs the internet’s pre-eminent Jeopardy! fan site and never misses an episode.

Zarqa Nawaz (Photograph by Carey Shaw)

Zarqa Nawaz had a hit show, then a decade-long dry spell. She’s ready for her second act.

She had a hit with Little Mosque on the Prairie. Then came a years-long creative slump–until she landed a book deal and TV series on the same day.

Lucy Lawless as Xena the Warrior Princess (Everett Collection)

‘Xena: Warrior Princess’ taught me how to be a powerful woman

Kai Cheng Thom: Lucy Lawless’s Xena showed me a way to be feminine, and at the same time strong, fierce and unstoppable

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Netflix Canada in January 2022: What’s new this month

Here’s Jaime Weinman’s list of the new shows and movies worth checking out on Netflix in Canada