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The Beaches on their Juno nomination and debut album Late Show
The Beaches dropped by the q studio to perform three songs from their record and discuss how the album came together.
Iain Reid on having his new suspense novel Foe optioned for a movie
Canadian author Iain Reid joins q guest host Ali Hassan to discuss his latest novel, Foe, which already has a film deal with Anonymous Content.
Tuesday, August 14, 2018: Jenny Han, Haley Joel Osment and more
Today on q: author Jenny Han, online culture panel with Elamin Abdelmahmoud and Angela Watercutter, actor Haley Joel Osment.
Drake's In My Feelings challenge sparks questions about Shiggy, people behind viral fads
Our new online culture panel unpacks the story behind how things go viral online and how celebrities cash in on these fads.
Author Jenny Han on the Netflix adaptation of To All The Boys I've Loved Before
Jenny Han talks about the new film adaptation of her New York Times best-selling novel To All The Boys I've Loved Before, and shares why she feels representation on screen is important.
Find out what it means to me: 7 fascinating facts about Aretha Franklin's groundbreaking hit Respect
We pay tribute to the Queen of Soul's unforgettable song, which became an anthem for changing times.
Haley Joel Osment talks The X-Files reboot, The Sixth Sense and avoiding the pitfalls of child stardom
Former child star Haley Joel Osment discusses his new role on The X-Files reboot and how he processed starring in The Sixth Sense when he was only 10 years old.
Monday, August 13, 2018: Brian Henson, Catherine O'Hara and more
Today on q: director and puppeteer Brian Henson, q screen panel with Tina Hassannia and Eli Glasner, U-God's Wu Tang Clan origin story, comedy icon and Schitt's Creek star Catherine O’Hara.
Brian Henson on The Happy Time Murders and why he wanted to make an R-rated puppet movie
Brian Henson's The Happy Times Murders doesn't shy away from sex and drugs, which according to him, isn't far off from his father's original vision for the Muppets.
Is the Oscars' new 'popular film' category a good idea?
Our screen panel weighs in on recent changes to the Oscars, including a shorter broadcast and a new award category for outstanding achievement in popular film.
Drake makes music history by reaching 50 billion streams
The Canadian hip-hop icon shattered yet another record by becoming the first artist ever to reach 50 billion
Why Hannah Gadsby's Netflix special Nanette is a historic moment for comedy
Just For Laughs in Montreal just wrapped up, and we've convened the q screen panel to weigh in on one of the festival's most talked about comedians.
Friday, August 10, 2018: Iain Reid, Frank Oz and more
Today on q: Canadian author Iain Reid, q music panel with ShoShona Kish and Stuart Berman, Buffy the Vampire Slayer super fan viewing party, voice actor Frank Oz of the Muppets.
From Miss Piggy to Yoda, Frank Oz reveals the secrets behind his famous creations
Oz talks about his new documentary, Muppet Guys Talking, and gives some insight into a few of the many characters he's played throughout his decades long career.
Lady Gaga and Las Vegas: a match made in heaven?
Our music panel discuss Lady Gaga's new residency in Las Vegas, and look back at some of the music you may have missed in the busy summer music season.
Vampires, romance and feminism: celebrating 20 years of Buffy the Vampire Slayer
20 years ago today, Buffy the Vampire Slayer premiered on television. Avid fans Andrea Subissati and Maxine Stoddard revisit the cult favourite show and discuss its cultural importance.
Thursday, August 9, 2018: David Harbour, Ai Weiwei and more
Today on q: Stranger Things actor David Harbour, filmmaker Desiree Akhavan, voice actor Susan Bennett reveals the origin story of Siri, artist Ai Weiwei.
How Tanya Marquardt made friends with her trauma to turn it into art
Stray tells the story of how she ended up finding a new home in Vancouver's underground goth punk scene in the late 1990s.
Avant-garde artist Laurie Anderson finds hope in loss
The iconic avant-garde artist is back with two new works: an album with the legendary Kronos Quartet and a book that looks back at a long, vibrant career across the spectrum of art.
Desiree Akhavan says The Miseducation of Cameron Post became her 'ode to rehab'
Director Desiree Akhavan tells us why she thinks her new Sundance award-winning film is really hitting a chord with audiences right now.
The original voice of Siri still has no clue how she ended up on your iPhones
Susan Bennett, the original voice of Siri, looks back on the 'unsettling' experience of finding out that her voice was being used on iPhone devices everywhere.
Ai Weiwei documents the human flow of the refugee crisis in his new film
World renowned artist Ai Weiwei shines a spotlight on the refugee crisis around the world in his new documentary, Human Flow.
David Harbour on the Stranger Things phenomenon and his life-changing role
Stranger Things actor David Harbour never expected the cult following the show gained, or the doors it would open for him.
Wednesday, August 8, 2018: Adam Pally, Laurie Anderson and more
Today on q: actor and comedian Adam Pally, playwright and performer Tanya Marquardt, Ronnie and JWoww's Jersey Shore block party, avant-garde artist Laurie Anderson.
Adam Pally talks Dog Days, The Mindy Project and Happy Endings
Adam Pally discusses some of his biggest roles, including Dr. Peter Prentice on The Mindy Project and Max Blum from the much-loved sitcom Happy Endings.