How will Netflix's Canadian deal affect people working in this country?

John Semley and Amanda Joy of the q screen panel get together to discuss the latest news and trends in film and TV.
Netflix is valued at $95 billion CAD but operates with a negative cash flow of $2.6 billion. (STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN/AFP/Getty Images)

This week, in TV and film news, q contributors John Semley and Amanda Joy will join us to discuss Canada's controversial new deal with Netflix, the ongoing trend of live network TV musicals and the long-awaited return of the HBO comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm. 

— Produced by Ben Jamieson 


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