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celebrating both home-grown talent and international stars, etalk became the first daily Canadian entertainment newsmagazine when it launched in 2002. Today, etalk is Canada’s #1 daily entertainment show. It highlights Canadian talent, and shines a spotlight on home-grown music, film, fashion, and television, providing a unique Canadian lens for international entertainment news. Going into their 17th season, etalk takes the lead in supporting domestic productions, talent, and events across the nation, promoting Canadian stars of arts, entertainment, music, film, fashion, TV, and sport.  

etalk is hosted by Anchor Ben Mulroney, with Co-Anchor Danielle Graham, Senior Correspondents Lainey Lui and Traci Melchor, Reporters Chloe Wilde an Tyrone Edwards, and L.A. Correspondent Liz Trinnear. From the OSCARS® and the EMMY® Awards, to the GOLDEN GLOBE®, and JUNO Awards, etalk is front-and-centre, delivering up-to-the-minute news and exclusive insider access to the most talked about entertainment events worldwide.   etalk provides extensive coverage of International and Canadian film festivals and events, including the Cannes Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival®, Vancouver International Film Festival, Canadian International Documentary Festival, Whistler, Reel World Film Festival, CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival, the Citylife Film Project, and more. etalk is an ardent supporter of the Canadian music industry, profiling Canadian artists throughout the year, as well as through extensive coverage of the JUNO Awards, the SOCAN Awards, Polaris Music Prize, Canadian Music Week, and the MUCH MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS (MMVAs).

etalk also regularly provides widespread coverage of significant Canadian cultural events such as the Scotiabank Giller Prize, Canada’s Walk of Fame inductions, WGC Screenwriting Awards, DGC Awards, Canadian Screen Awards, WE DAY, Fashion Week in Toronto and Montreal, Just For Laughs Festival, Montreal Grand Prix, The Grey Cup, Toronto Film Critics Association Awards, Pride Week (Toronto), Canadians at Sundance and Comic-Con, Fan Expo, and more.

etalk airs weeknights at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CTV and CTV GO and 7:30 p.m. ET/PT on CTV Two and CTV GO (check local listings).

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