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 O’Hara family is tightknit with its own special place in the world of business, but will their blood ties continue to be stronger than money?
Blind people speak about what beauty means to them.
Simon Leblanc presents Tout court, his first one-man show: one hour and a half of pure uninterrupted pleasure that whizzes by like 15 minutes.
The story of a cop and a mobster, divided by the war they’re waging, but united by a friendship that’s larger than life.
A documentary about the personal love stories of 3 prison wives seeking grace for the violent offenders they love.
The series shows how nightmares are a portal that connect us with the supernatural.
First Contact takes six Canadians, all with stereotypical opinions about Indigenous People, on a unique 28-day exploration of Indigenous Canada.
School bullying is a big issue in everyday school. How we may solve that with a better way?
How the three species of bears found in North America are adapting to the challenges they face in the world today.
On a quest for adventure and wild game, brothers Patrick and Jérémie Thibeault criss-cross Canada’s four major ecosystems
Today, 50% of the calories we consume come from ultra-processed concoctions of starch, sugar, salt, preservatives and additives.
La Voix is a variety show that brings together singers from 15 to 115 years of age with the dream of having a career in music.
Guylaine Tanguay kicks off the Holiday Season celebrations with a special show filled with music, laughter, and festivities to mark the occasion.
Brothers Mark & Andy return to Cavendish for the first time since childhood to care for their ailing father, and realize it's not like other towns.
Canada’s First Nations are rising up to have their Indigenous land rights recognized.