Richard speaks to “CTV News at Six” anchor Andria Case about the best movies and television to watch this weekend including the CTV drama “Rebel,” loosely based on Erin Brockovich, the Disney+ series “Big Shot” with John Stamos and the documentary “Tina” on HBO.
Richard and “CP24 Breakfast” host George Lagogianes have a look at some special streaming opportunities and television shows to watch over the weekend including the Netflix reality show “Prank Encounters Season Two,” the Tina Turner doc “Tina” on HBO, the crime drama “The Serpent” on Netflix and the surreal “Black Bear” on Crave.
This week on Pop Life we meet veteran music journalist Lisa Robinson, Her new book “Nobody Ever Asked Me About the Girls: Women, Music, and Fame,” pulls from four-and-a-half decades of interviews with music’s most famous women — from Tina Turner, Joni Mitchell, Stevie Nicks to Rihanna, Lady Gaga, and Beyoncé. In our interview Robinson reflects on her own career as a pioneering female music writer and editor of Music Scene Magazine.
Then, Robinson joins the “Pop Life” panel, Kathy Valentine of the Go-Go’s, the first all-female band to have a #1 album in the U.S and Rookz Eastmond an entrepreneur and producer who specializes in urban music, to talk about being a woman in the world of music.
Film critic and pop culture historian Richard Crouse shares a toast with celebrity guests and entertainment pundits every week on CTV News Channel’s talk show POP LIFE.
Featuring in-depth discussion and debate on pop culture and modern life, POP LIFE features sit-down interviews with celebrities from across the entertainment world, including rock legends Sting and Bob Geldof, musicians Josh Groban and Sarah Brightman, comedian Ken Jeong, writer Fran Lebowitz, superstar jazz musician Diana Krall, stand-up comedian and CNN host W. Kamau Bell, actors Danny DeVito and Jay Baruchel, celebrity chefs Bobby Flay and Nigella Lawson, and many more.