ET Canada Celebrates New Digital Reporting Team As Morgan Hoffman Joins Graeme O’neil

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January 24, 2019



ET Canada is pleased to announce Morgan Hoffman as its newest digital reporter, joining Graeme O’Neil, solidifying ET Canada‘s digital reporting team. As the new faces of ET Canada‘s digital platforms, Graeme will continue to co-host ET Canada Live on Facebook and YouTube, while Morgan will reoccur on ET Canada Live. The newly minted digital team will also report from some of the hottest events and red carpets, interviewing celebrities and capturing exclusive content for and ET Canada‘s social platforms.


Morgan Hoffman
Twitter: @morganhoffman
Instagram: @morganhoff

With a passion for pop culture and entertainment, Morgan Hoffman joins ET Canada with over 10 years experience in the television industry. She recently hosted Innerspace, a national entertainment show for five years, where she covered events including the Toronto International Film Festival, and interviewed some of Hollywood’s biggest stars such as George Clooney, Margot Robbie, John Krasinski, and many more.

As a lover of reality TV and Harry Potter (she is a proud self-proclaimed Slytherin), Morgan is also an adrenaline junkie, and credits her past work experiences allowing her to embrace her adventurous side including flying in stunt planes, cycling a velodrome, and becoming a survivalist in the wilderness of Cape Breton.

Graeme O’Neil
Twitter: @GraemeONeil
Instagram: @graemeoneil

Graeme O’Neil has been with the ET Canada team for five years where he’s interviewed A-list celebrities including Julianne Moore, Jake Gyllenhaal, Kate Winslet, and more. As a digital reporter, Graeme has also had the pleasure to co-host ET Canada Live.

Before joining ET Canada, Graeme’s first official job in television was operating graphics on Cityline, which eventually led him to be on-camera for various segments. He then landed a role with Canada’s Got Talent as the digital correspondent and hosted the reality series’ backstage live show.

Outside of his work, Graeme loves to travel and discover new adventures including climbing Macchu Picchu and visiting Morocco.


Along with the exciting addition to the digital team, ET Canada also celebrates their social success as they lead as the most followed Canadian entertainment show across all four major social platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

FACEBOOK: 232K followers
In 2018, ET Canada‘s Facebook page received 59.7 million minutes viewed and 73.2 million views – over 110% increase from 2017.

TWITTER: 365K followers
ET Canada‘s Twitter account averages over 18.9 million impressions per month.

INSTAGRAM: 101K followers
ET Canada‘s Instagram account received an 85% increase in followers year-over-year.

YOUTUBE: 200K subscribers
In 2018, ET Canada‘s YouTube page garnered 3.82 million hours viewed and 123 million views – over 230% increase from 2017.


With award show season in full swing, ET Canada is the destination for celebrity interviews, red carpet fashion highlights, and recaps of the night’s big wins.

Up next is the 25th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®  hosted by Global’s Will & Grace star Megan Mullally, airing Sunday, January 27 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Global. ET Canada‘s Sangita Patel will be in the middle of all the action chatting with the stars on the red carpet and interviewing the winners backstage during the show.

On the night of The SAG Awards®, ET Canada will also host a special edition of ET Canada Live at 7:30 p.m. ET on Facebook and YouTube. The 30-minute special features Morgan with ET Canada’s Roz Weston as they discuss the nominees, fashion, and highlight red carpet interviews with Sangita.

Viewers can get a full rundown from The SAG Awards®  on ET Canada the following night Monday, January 28 at 7:30 p.m. ET on Global. 

For media inquiries, please contact:
Jacqui VanSickle
Senior Publicist, Global Television

Michelle McTeague
Senior Publicity Manager, Global Television