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The Newfoundland Herald looks back on the storied broadcasting career of veteran NTV Evening Newshour Co-Anchor Glen Carter, reflecting on a decade of memories and quotes narrated by the man himself
He is a local legend of broadcast journalism, a RTDNA East Region Lifetime Achievement Award winner, and a beloved
Newfoundland’s own Allan Hawco continues his busy year, joining season two of the Canadian comedy series Moonshine.
Created by Sheri Wood and airing on CBC, Hawco joins returning stars Jennifer Finnigan (Salvation), Anastasia Phillips (Reign), Emma Hunter (Mr. D), Tom Stevens (Wayward Pines), Alexander Nunez (Avocado Toast), Corrine Koslo (Anne
East Coast based comedy troupe This Hour Has 22 Minutes, which continues to have deep roots to this province since its inception, continued with its 29th season last night, and a new duo at the anchor desk.
Stacey McGunnigle and Aba Amuquandoh join Newfoundlanders Mark Critch and Trent McClellan as
NL Now’s Jake Thompson shares how it all began, plus what’s next for the hit NTV
home-grown series starring the soft-hearted Gary Wheeseltin
It’s season number two for NTV’s NL Now and Jake Thompson and side-kick Gary graciously allow us to hang out on set when we visit.
Actress Nicole Power may have made her mark on Kim’s Convenience, but as she prepared to launch her brand new comedy, Strays, Power shared how being from NL just might be her proudest accomplishment
A new comedy called Strays follows Shannon Ross, played by Newfoundlander Nicole Power (Kim’s Convenience) as
Newfoundland has long attracted its fair share of celebrities to our shores. Back in 1985, the legendary Tina Turner knew our rock was the best place from which to launch her rockin’ What’s Love Got To Do With It North American tour. The love-in from the A-listers has grown since.
Newfoundland and Labrador serves as the backdrop for this summer’s latest spooky television thriller, the locally shot SurrealEstate
Newfoundland and Labrador has its fair share of the paranormal, making it the perfect backdrop for summer sci-fi/ghostly series SurrealEstate.
The series – which kicked off this July on SYFY
Actor John Reardon and side-kick Diesel are ready to take a bite out of crime on Hudson & Rex, but when The Herald visits, it’s playtime!
The crew of Hudson & Rex can be found out and about almost anywhere in this fine province of Newfoundland.