Canada's favourite lifestyle duo is back, starting with a prime-time
TORONTO, Oct. 8 /CNW/ - The boys are back! Canada's favourite lifestyle duo returns to CBC-TV, daily at 2 p.m., beginning Jan. 4, 2010. The new season of STEVEN AND CHRIS will be filled with all of the things that make life just a little more fabulous, from food and entertainment to fashion and beauty, to health and fitness, to relationships, home décor, celebrity and more. STEVEN AND CHRIS is all about fabulous made easy.
During the summer, Steven Sabados and Chris Hyndman travelled the country and abroad, researching the latest trends in lifestyle, décor, food, fashion and more. They have returned fresh and eager to share their experiences with viewers. They return in December with a prime-time Holiday Special, and will follow in January with new fun and fabulous daily shows.
"It is great to welcome the boys back to the afternoon schedule", said Kirstine Stewart, general manager of CBC-TV. "I know they're excited to share their adventures with their fans. We think this is going to be one of the easiest New Year's resolutions we've ever had."
With their years of design experience, Steven Sabados and Chris Hyndman offer inside tips and tricks on home décor and design. They will be expanding the popular daily segment Ask Steven and Chris, where viewers can get the boys' expert advice on their décor questions. Each day, they will host experts and celebrities who will bring viewers the latest trends in entertaining, exercising, beauty, relationships and more. All of this, including show clips and recipes, can be accessed through the show's interactive website at: www.cbc.ca/stevenandchris/
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SOURCE CBC Communications
For further information: For further information: Deb McCain, Communications, (416) 402-5681, email@example.com, www.cbc.ca/stevenandchris