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.
Season 3 of the Marche à l’ombre drama series on Super Écran.
A one hour Canada Day sketch comedy special.
Helen's Little School
A six-hour miniseries that tells the story of Grace Marks, a domestic servant convicted of the 1843 murders of her employer and his housekeeper.
Dino Dana continues the Emmy award winning tradition of imagining the awesomeness of the past into an adventure in the present.
This season has the playground construction taking place in Canada's capital Ottawa and Giver building the biggest playground in the country to celebrate.
One of the world’s 100 largest cities, Montreal celebrates its 375th anniversary in 2017. How does Montreal really stack up today?
Shut Up And Say Something follows acclaimed spoken word artist Shane Koyczan on an emotional road trip to reconnect with the father he knew.
Conseils de famille takes you into a real madhouse, the duplex where 13-year-old Clovis and his family, the Blondin-Dupuis, live.
Catastrophe is a show that warms the heart while it makes us laugh, a magnificent combination no matter how you look at it.
World Champions is a documentary series that dives head-on into the colorful world of the most unusual and fascinating competitions that exist.
For many the spirit of multiculturalism originated in the collective consciousness at Man and His World in Montreal.
Distraught patients recently diagnosed with STIs look back on how they contracted the disease and what they could have done to prevent it.
CANADA: THE STORY OF US is a 10 X 60-minute series which aired exclusively on CBC in 2017.
A virulent disease swept through the idyllic town of Pretty Lake, leaving everyone over the age of 21 dead in its wake and the town quarantined.