Chris Dart

Web Writer

Chris Dart is a writer, editor, jiu-jitsu enthusiast, transit nerd, comic book lover, and some other stuff from Scarborough, Ont. In addition to CBC, he's had bylines in The Globe and Mail, Vice, The AV Club, the National Post, Atlas Obscura, Toronto Life, Canadian Grocer, and more.

Latest from Chris Dart

Still no f--king ziti: Why The Sopranos keeps feeling relevant after 25 years

The beloved mob show turned 25 last month, yet still feels very relevant. Here's why.
Q with Tom Power

How A Tribe Called Quest changed Terrace Martin's life

Terrace Martin is a rapper, singer, musician and highly sought after producer. Ahead of the Grammys, where he’s nominated for best progressive R&B album, he joins Q’s Tom Power for a career-spanning conversation.

What qualifications do you need to host a show about ghost hunting? None at all

We talk to the creators of Ghosting, a supremely weird supernatural series starring Luke Hutchie and Matthew Finlan starting Jan 26 on Gem
Q with Tom Power

Jasmeet Raina was a star on YouTube, then he went silent

The YouTuber formerly known as Jus Reign sits down with Q's Tom Power to talk about his new Crave series, Late Bloomer.
Q&A

Wild Cards stars on why we're obsessed with fraudsters: 'Everybody kind of wants to do a little con'

Giacomo Gianniotti and Vanessa Morgan talk about acting in the new series — a fun Canadian take on a police procedural starting Jan 10th on Gem

Comedian D.J. Demers turned his teenage job into an absurd workplace comedy

New series from the veteran Canadian standup comedian about working at a second-hand sporting goods store starts on Jan. 9

Wild Cards director James Genn on the 'interpretive art' of TV directing

The lighthearted police procedural set in Vancouver premieres January 10th on CBC and streaming on Gem

Something Undone is a very unlikely Canadian thriller

The spooky web series is now a full-length television show thanks to overseas demand for shows with a distinctively Canadian flavour

Burned out on dating, these Toronto actors turned their reproductive angst into a sitcom

Nesting, from Rosa Laborde and Anna Hardwick is hilarious new TV show based on a real struggle that is also a love letter to the bizarre characters of Toronto

This lost 1950s opera about a supernatural encounter got a decolonial remix

The documentary The Lake / nx̌aʔx̌aʔitkʷ, now available on streaming, tells the story of a very unlikely opera

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