The show doesn't premiere until July 15 but the web is already littered with "Amazing Race Canada" spoilers.
Curious onlookers have snapped photos and videos of the reality show's contestants with camera crews in tow at airports and tourist attractions across the country. Others have stumbled across the show's familiar yellow and red checkpoint markers.
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Meanwhile, the Hollywood Reporter's Live Feed blog (http://bit.ly/10dNJJ2) talked to the winners of the most recent "Amazing Race," hockey-playing brothers Bates and Anthony Battaglia, along with the runners-up.
The U.S. version of "The Office" goes off the air this week once and for all with its series finale. The show stuck around longer than it probably should have and there was no real fan backlash when NBC announced its days were numbered. But New York magazine's Vulture blog (http://vult.re/10IXfj9) argues the show redeemed itself in its final season, after a long stretch of mediocrity, and is worthy of your attention on Thursday night.
Producer Greg Daniels shared with TV Guide (http://bit.ly/130T3Nv) 10 things you probably didn't know about the show, including actors and actresses that narrowly missed out on joining the cast and spin-offs that almost went to air.
Other season finales this week include "2 Broke Girls," "American Idol," "The Big Bang Theory," "Castle," "Grey's Anatomy," "How I Met Your Mother," "The Mindy Project," "NCIS" and "NCIS: Los Angeles," "New Girl" and "Saturday Night Live."
There's just one season of "How I Met Your Mother" to go and a new promo for the show (http://bit.ly/179Afm6) hints there's something big — "the mother of all secrets" — revealed on Monday night.
Better get your fill of Alex Trebek and "Jeopardy" while you still can. TV Guide reports (http://bit.ly/ZL1qMy) that the famous Canadian game show host is readying for retirement when his contract expires in 2016. Trebek does say he can imagine hosting a weekly interview-type show after "Jeopardy" and gives his blessing to a couple of big names that have been mentioned as possible replacements.