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.
Votre Beau Programme is a variety show hosted by the ubiquitous Véro and recorded before a live audience, packed with parody and emotion in blockbuster quantities.
With thoughtful discussion, Host Spencer Watts takes a closer look at Canadian fish and shellfish while exploring responsible fishing.
The Salmigondis series is designed specifically for children 4 to 7, and invites them to discover a world where toys are alive!
A Canadian martial artist journeys to Southwest Asia to further his fighting career. What he experiences there goes beyond anything he could imagine.
The documentary series takes us into the Métis Nation from the St. Lawrence River to Lake Manitoba.
Eddy King presents an exclusive show at the Casino de Montréal.
On June 23, 2016, the Plains of Abraham were alive with the sounds of the Grand spectacle de la Fête Nationale (Quebec Day celebrations).
A documentary series about life in families where one or more of the members has a particular health issue or disability.
Each magnificent island is a documentary in a series that explores the heart and soul of islands from the four corners of the earth.
A daily dose of humour that helps the news go down.
Les Boys du Ballet follows the lives of three young men between the ages of 11 and 20 during a year of study at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Dance Schools.
Their job is to use their physical assets to attract public attention, and to highlight the products they’re pushing.
Portrait intimiste et touchant de Claude Dolbec, artiste lettreur de Montréal.
Ambulances animales stays on the trail of the fast-paced work of animal first responders.
The objective of the documentary is to make this invasive syndrome better known, to demystify certain preconceived ideas about Tourette’s.