Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Debuting September 22, 1975, the Canadian In Good Company was an entertainment program presented in a quasi-magazine fashion. Much of the air time was given over to comedy sketches, interviews and hidden camera stunts, with the occasional TV or movie spoof presented by members of the Royal Canadian Air Farce troupe. Originally telecast three days per week in a 7 PM half-hour slot, the series expanded to an hour (though it was diminished to a mere weekly) beginning January 12, 1976, and ending on May 31 of the same year. In Good Company was produced at the CBC facilities in Toronto.