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ET Canada
ET Canada.jpg
Genre Entertainment news
Starring Cheryl Hickey
Country of origin  Canada
Language(s) English
Production
Producer(s) Canwest
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Global
Original run 2005 – present
External links
Official website

Entertainment Tonight Canada (often shortened to ET Canada) is a Canadian entertainment newsmagazine series, launched on September 12, 2005 on Global. The program is patterned after the American series Entertainment Tonight, and collaborates closely with its American parent, which is aired back-to-back with ET Canada in most regions.

ET Canada is hosted by longtime Global Ontario entertainment reporter Cheryl Hickey. Reporters associated with the program include Rosey Edeh (formerly of CNN and MSNBC), Roz Weston (formerly of CKXT's The A-List), Rick Campanelli (formerly of MuchMusic), Kim D'Eon (formerly of CBC News: The Hour & Street Cents), Erin Cebula, Natasha Gargiulo and broadcast journalist/actress Olivia Cheng (formerly of Global Edmonton, Global BC, and the Edmonton Journal).

Reception

As of January 27, 2006, ET Canada celebrated its 100th episode claiming to be the "Most Watched Entertainment News Program in Canada", suggesting it has quickly overcome the longstanding eTalk Daily as Canada's 'number one entertainment news program'. The show was nominated for a Gemini award in the best general interest series category in 2006.

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