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.
The Le Choc des Bolides series follows the adventures of six demolition derby drivers over the course of one season.
Toronto 2015 “Juegos Panamericanos” was a defining moment for the Hispanic community in Canada, a “tipping point” for Canadian and International recog
Alaska isn’t always a barren wasteland of ice and sub-zero temperatures. In summer a paradise springs to life.
A journey that forges dialogue and intercultural exchange highlighting a unique aspect of Guatemalan culture that connects to First Nations in Canada
Documentary III focuses on the impact and collateral damage caused by the incarceration of a family member.
Ultimate Auctions provides a rare, all access look into the inner workings of the world’s third largest auction house.
Hispanic families who have migrated into cold, rural areas across Canada and how they adapted to Canadian life maintaining elements of home.
Sur-Vie is the story of an actress returning to Quebec after attempting to make it in Hollywood.
Tinged by the magic of Christmas and intended for a family audience, the documentary is a unique opportunity to discover the magical universe of this renowned ballet.
The Marchés sur terre documentary series looks into the world of the artisans, producers, and players that operate in various markets around the world.
Top Science is a magazine program for kids 8 to 10.
Linked to the regions and their most loyal inhabitants, Gens du pays paints an up-to-date and inspiring portrait of life in regional Quebec.
Variety shows that boldly present a professional dance troupe of seven young dancing enthusiasts.
Une année chez les Groulx takes us into a year in the life of the Groulx family, a larger-than-life family in many ways.