Entertainment Tonight Canada (often shortened to ET Canada) is a daily entertainment newsmagazine show that airs primetime on Global Television in Canada. Encore presentations can also be found on the Slice and TVtropolis channels, both of which are part of the Shaw Media network. Entertainment Tonight Canada first aired on September 12, 2005 and covers both Canadian and international entertainment affairs encompassing film, television, music, sports, theatre, fashion, special events and awards shows.
Entertainment Tonight Canada collaborates closely with and is patterned after its American counterpart, Entertainment Tonight. In most Canadian television markets, the American edition of Entertainment Tonight airs back-to-back alongside Entertainment Tonight Canada.
ET Canada is hosted by longtime Global Ontario entertainment reporter Cheryl Hickey and former MuchMusic VJ Rick Campanelli. When the show first debuted in 2005, Hickey was the sole host and Campanelli was a reporter, but Campanelli later became a full co-host. Reporters associated with the program include Rosey Edeh (formerly of CNN and MSNBC), Roz Weston (formerly of CKXT's The A-List), Kim D'Eon (formerly of CBC News: The Hour & Street Cents), Erin Cebula and Natasha Gargiulo.
The production of Entertainment Tonight Canada episodes take place at the Global Television Network studios located on 81 Barber Greene Road in the Don Mills neighbourhood of Toronto.
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