Another Life: Season 2 on Netflix!

Today, Netflix offered up a tantalizing sneak peek of the second season of its fun, sci-fi original Another Life! It feels like it’s been eons since the first season dropped way back in 2019— pandemics can really impact your sense of time, I guess — but hopefully the time away has only made the fan base…

Slasher: Flesh & Blood on Shudder!

Woo hoo! It’s finally been announced! The fourth instalment of Slasher is coming to your screens in August on horror streamer Shudder, and will be called “Slasher: Flesh & Blood.” You can read more about the news here. And unlike the Netflix years, the episode rollout will be weekly, building suspense and giving the show…

Flare: “A World Without Systemic Injustice.”

I wrote a fun little piece for Flare, rounding up 2020’s biggest television hits and discussing how each grapples with identity and representation — in a year when both subjects have been at the forefront of everyone’s mind. And while some series were more content to take an idealistic approach, others dug in their heels…

Flare Magazine: “How Survivor Changed Everything.”

Today is the 20th anniversary of the premiere of the reality television series Survivor, and to commemorate that significant date, I wrote a piece for FLARE on its iconic first season and the lasting impact the series had on television, politics and western culture. You can check it out here! I hope you’re staying healthy…

POV Panel: “Finding Your Voice.”

Tomorrow at 3pm EST! I’ll be doing a Facebook Live/Zoom panel for POV 3rd Street on “Finding Your Voice: What It Means, Why It’s Important, and When To Use It.” If you haven’t heard of POV, you should look them up. They help marginalized youth break into the Canadian media industry through “training, mentorship, job placement…

Toronto Star: “How The X-Files Helped Me Fit In.”

I wrote a piece in today’s Toronto Star about The X-Files, the value of television during times of personal crisis, and how the series played a key role in my development as a huge nerd. You can check it out here.

Flare Magazine: “Schitt’s Creek and the Joy of Being Different.”

Tonight, Canadian sitcom Schitt’s Creek ends its run on CBC and, like most fans of the series, I’m completely devastated by the loss.  The Good Place and Schitt’s Creek ending within months of each other?  And at a time when the world needs to focus on goodness and community over the self?  HELP US, SITCOMS….

Writers Talking TV: Diggstown

I had the pleasure of hosting the February 25th edition of the Writers Guild of Canada’s monthly podcast Writers Talking TV, with this instalment focusing on the historic CBC series Diggstown. I got to chat with creator Floyd Kane and writers Lynn Coady and Ellen Vanstone about how the series confronts topics like race and…

Flare Magazine: “Do We Really Need Another Season of You?”

Flare Magazine just ran a piece I wrote about my very complex feelings for the show YOU. Do I enjoy the series, with all of its riveting twists and turns? Yes. Do I have an appreciation for what the cast and crew have crafted? Absolutely. But do I find it to still be problematic in…

Flare Magazine: Top TV of the ’10s, This Is Us, Netflix Updates, & More

Alongside my television work and a few stray pieces for some other publications, I’ve recently had the pleasure of working for FLARE, a Canadian lifestyle mag focused on fashion, beauty, celebrity, and current events. And it has been a total blast! I’ve already linked to my piece on the Game of Thrones finale, but since then I’ve…