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  • Running hot: How The Amazing Race Canada came to India

    Running hot: How The Amazing Race Canada came to India

    The Amazing Race Canada waits for no man, not even the weather forecaster who predicts crushing highs of 40°C (without the wilting humidity factored into the mix) in the city that teems with life 24/7.
  • B.C. baseball coach strikes out on Big Brother Canada

    B.C. baseball coach strikes out on Big Brother Canada

    Striking out is a downer for any ballplayer, but the “ouch” factor is worse when it happens in front of millions of TV viewers.
  • Fox’s The X Factor ending after three seasons

    Fox’s The X Factor ending after three seasons

    The X Factor is ending after three seasons.
  • Demi Lovato leaving X Factor to concentrate on music

    Demi Lovato leaving X Factor to concentrate on music

    LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Demi Lovato says she's leaving "The X Factor" to focus on her music career.
  • TV Thursday: Will it be strike three for Simon Cowell?

    TV Thursday: Will it be strike three for Simon Cowell?

    Three broadcast seasons, three lacklustre versions of The X Factor. Three strikes and you’re out? For Simon Cowell, that’s a mere suggestion. The creator of the worldwide franchise maintains that the U.S. version will forge ahead, sagging ratings be darned. ? “I think the show will be back next season,” he told media earlier this week. “(It has) got to be more different next year than it was this year,” he added, saying that producers are tinkering with the format again, and even his longtime role as a judge could change.? Sounds a lot like what he told media after the first season of The X Factor, when Cowell’s much-hyped post-American Idol project failed to hold viewers’ attention. But the question is this: After so many changes in format, host and judges, is The X Factor worth saving?
  • TV Thursday: Will it be strike three for Simon Cowell?

    TV Thursday: Will it be strike three for Simon Cowell?

    Three broadcast seasons, three lacklustre versions of The X Factor. Three strikes and you’re out? For Simon Cowell, that’s a mere suggestion. The creator of the worldwide franchise maintains that the U.S. version will forge ahead, sagging ratings be darned. ? “I think the show will be back next season,” he told media earlier this week. “(It has) got to be more different next year than it was this year,” he added, saying that producers are tinkering with the format again, and even his longtime role as a judge could change.? Sounds a lot like what he told media after the first season of The X Factor, when Cowell’s much-hyped post-American Idol project failed to hold viewers’ attention. But the question is this: After so many changes in format, host and judges, is The X Factor worth saving?
  • TV Thursday: The X Factor wraps up Season 3 … but does anyone care?

    TV Thursday: The X Factor wraps up Season 3 … but does anyone care?

    Three broadcast seasons, three lacklustre versions of The X Factor. Three strikes and you’re out? For Simon Cowell, that’s a mere suggestion. The creator of the worldwide franchise maintains that the U.S. version will forge ahead, sagging ratings be darned. […]
  • Simon Cowell ready to shake up X Factor format

    Simon Cowell ready to shake up X Factor format

    LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Simon Cowell is plotting changes for "The X Factor," including new judges and a new role for him.
  • Demi Lovato to rock New Year’s Eve with ET: Canada

    Demi Lovato to rock New Year’s Eve with ET: Canada

    Demi Lovato has her New Year’s Eve plans set. The pop singer, actress and X Factor judge will perform at Entertainment Tonight Canada’s Dec. 31 bash, which will air on Global. Folk-rocker Serena Ryder and Can-rockers Sam Roberts Band are […]
  • Tuesday on TV: X Factor struggles with World Series

    Tuesday on TV: X Factor struggles with World Series

    The X Factor is back. Sixteen performers will take the stage, in the first of the season's live shows. By the end of the week, 12 singers will remain. Will anyone care?

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