We would like to take the time to thank you every one of our subscribers, fans, supporters and friends who have unconditionally been there for Candy and The Candy Show brand. A massive Thank you for all your voting on awards, emails and tweets of love and kindness and the intense passion you have for our brand. The Candy Show has 5 seasons of phenomenal variety Television supporting and promoting Canadian Arts, Culture, Entertainment and Music to the globe. The award winning Television series has completed its Production, with 5 full seasons that run on APTN prime time watching.
The next leg of the journey for Candy Palmater is beginning and with this is a transition from National television to National Radio. Candy has guest hosted Studio Q with Candy Palmater being one of the short listed hopefuls to take over the chair. Decision comes soon, and we would love to ask for your love and kindness once more, by emailing CBC and tweeting CBC Q your incredible support for Candy as the prime choice for the seat. Here is how you can help:
EMAIL: [email protected] – email your positive love, vibes
TWITTER: Using hashtag #QTHEFUTURE in the text, also incude @TheCandyShow (Candy’s handle) and CBC’s handle @CBCradioQ (optional) – the most important tweet is using the hashtag #QTHEFUTURE
THE CANDY SHOW
This week on The Candy Show, another new episode of Season 5, Candy will dance some flamenco with the incomparable Maria Osende of Halifax. Flamenco dancer extraordinaire. We hear the tunes of Aboriginal singer/song writer Tracy Bone and of course we always begin our episode with the hilarious comedy of Candy Palmater. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 24th, 2015 9:30PM EST on APTN and APTN HD Channels and this episode will repeat the following week, but 30 minutes earlier, along with another new episode – for one hour of pure Canadian Entertainment. The Candy Show was created/ written/ Hosted by Executive Producer Candy Palmater and was filmed in front of a live studio audience in Halifax, NS.