Succession will end after its fourth season, which premieres March 26. Creator Jesse Armstrong told The New Yorker: “I feel a responsibility to the viewership, and I personally wouldn’t like the feeling of, ‘Oh, that’s it, guys. That was the end.’ I wouldn’t like that in a show. I think I would like to know it is coming to an end.”
Meanwhile Succession star Jeremy Strong covers the March issue of GQ.
Hollywood Suite is inviting horror fans in the Toronto area to check out the first two episodes of Slasher: Ripper on Friday, March 31 at The Revenue Cinema. Click here to reserve your spot. A Q&A will follow the exclusive premiere. The anthology series stars Eric McCormack (Will & Grace) and debuts on April 6.
Disney+ revealed the official trailer for their docu-special Bono The Edge: A Sort of Homecoming with Dave Letterman which will stream on March 17.
Kerry Washington’s (Scandal) new series with Delroy Lindo (The Good Fight)is set to premiere on March 10 on Disney+ in Canada. UnPrisoned is about a messy but perfectionist relationship therapist and single mom whose life is turned “right-side-up” when her dad gets out of prison and moves in with her and her teenage son.
The Global TV app has added Magnolia Network Canada and Lifetime to its streaming channel portfolio. They are also introducing “Freeplay,” which gives viewers free access to fan favourite series and movies – which will include Big Brother Canada, Good Witch, Rookie Blue, and Private Eyes.
Corus Entertainment is rebranding Teletoon as Cartoon Network, while the old Cartoon Network will become Boomerang. Cartoon Network will continue to air classic Teletoon programming along with new series that are produced by Cartoon Network Studios, Warner Bros., and Nelvana Studios. Meanwhile, Boomerage will air “timeless and uplifting entertainment for kids and their families,” like The Powerpuff Girls and Tom & Jerry in New York.
Kiefer Sutherland’s new series Rabbit Hole premieres on March 26 on Paramount+. Filmed in Toronto, Sutherland stars as Jon Weir, a master of deception in the world of corporate espionage, who is framed for murder by powerful forces who have the ability to influence and control populations.
Star Trek: Picard stars broke down that that huge twist with TV Line about Picard and Crusher.
Suits star Patrick J. Adams stars in Plan B, an adaptation of the Quebecois time-travel psychodrama. The series premieres on February 27 at 9 p.m. on CBC and CBC Gem.