Canadian television is reaching audiences like never before. Original Canadian dramas, comedies, children’s programming and documentaries are winning audiences and rave reviews at home and abroad. Our culture, our stories, ourselves on any screen.
Use this list as your introduction to Canadian TV shows.
Rich Francis travels to indigenous communities to learn about history and tradition through food.
The residents of Letterkenny belong to one of three groups, Hicks, Skids and Hockey Players. The three groups are constantly feuding with each other over seemingly trivial matters; often ending with someone getting their ass kicked.
Scientists are racing against time to create corals that survive in warmer oceans. Can they do it before it's too late?
New documentary series provides a close-up look into the ultra-demanding daily lives of student pilots on their way to making their dreams come true.
Like-moi! Season 5 is a scathing sketch comedy on the many different facets of Generation Y’s sexual and emotional lives.
The Kebec documentary series explores the many nooks and crannies in Quebec’s socio-cultural development.
WORKIN' MOMS is back for season 4, and change is in the summer air. This season finds our toddlers at Crest Moon Camp, and our moms at their wits end.
After a tragedy, the Hardy Boys begin an investigation into a small town mystery with far reaching ties to their own family history.
Malory Towers is a 13 half hour children’s drama series set in post-war Britain based on the iconic novels by Enid Blyton.
Roast Battle 2: Le grand duel is the Quebec version of Roast Battle created and hosted by Jeff Ross in the US. Sixteen participants compete in an all-out battle to the finish.
Rick Mercer returns as host of the annual special, which will capture events taking place from locations across the country.
The Gumboot Kids love celebrating holidays. Join Scout, Daisy and Jessie as they explore outside and enjoy the joy and wonder of Christmas, Valentine’
The film follows Police Chief Fady Dagher and his officers on one of their top projects, the fight against sexual exploitation.
Mammouth is you and all Quebecers like you who are making their voices heard.
Coroner is a one-hour drama about Jenny Cooper, a coroner who investigates unexplained or sudden deaths in the city of Toronto.
Still Standing follows Canadian comedian Jonny Harris as he sets off across the country once more, veering off the main highway to discover the hidden