Are steven and chris dating
When we would design stuff we’d have these huge creative arguments and I miss that.
They revealed that the show was the most shocking programme they had had to watch for Gogglebox and involved someone having their nipples removed but it seems that their viewing content had little effect on their appetites.It’s been nearly 10 months since Canadians were shocked by the unexpected death of designer and TV personality Chris Hyndman.While the stylish and gregarious Hyndman continues to be missed by his many fans across the country, no one has suffered more from the tragic loss than Steven Sabados, Hyndman’s husband and partner in life, love and business.According to Numeris, the Canadian audience rating agency, 24 per cent of Canadians — or 8.527 million people — watched the show in its eighth season.The show’s website has close to 60,000 weekly unique visitors, making it one of the network’s top digital performing titles.It’s been nearly 10 months since Canadians were shocked by the unexpected death of designer and TV personality Chris Hyndman, and while the stylish and gregarious Hyndman continues to be missed by his many fans across the country, no one is still reeling from the tragic loss more than Steven Sabados, Hyndman’s husband, his partner in life, love and business.
“I’m coping,” Sabados told our Roz Weston when he dropped by the ET Canada studio Tuesday. Every day you just take it another day.” Sabados is speaking out for the first time since the tragic loss of his longtime love and he admits it has not been easy finding a new normal.
"There’s got to be a couple of deaths," Chris said."The thing is with Downton they can’t carry on much longer because Dame Maggie Smith, she’s getting on a bit." While Stephen thought things would go down a similar line: "Someone’s got to be murdered.
It’s got to go out with a real explosion." They also admitted that they had got addicted to Doctor Foster, which followed a wife taking revenge on her husband after finding out about his infidelity.
Chris Hyndman, one half of the CBC TV talk show duo Steven and Chris, has died after police found him without vital signs in a laneway just below the east-end Toronto apartment he shared with husband Steven Sabados. CBC announced the news in a memo to staff on Tuesday afternoon.
Toronto police say Hyndman was found near the intersection of Queen St. Chuck Thompson, head of public affairs at CBC English services, said Steven and Chris has been pulled from the TV schedule.
A 2013 profile of Hyndman and Sabados by Xtra, then Toronto’s gay newsmagazine, called them “Canada’s gay-lifestyle TV guru couple,” whose show Steven and Chris was “a bona fide hit for CBC” and also aired on ABC’s Live Well Network.