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.
Corner Gas Animated is a relatable, smart, character-driven comedy with a fun, unusual bite.
The karting season is barely over, and Julia is already dreaming of next summer and the prestigious elite circuit.
The powerful story of Rumana Monzur, the blinded survivor of a domestic attack, and her courageous pursuit of a career in Canada.
In this season of change, there is more on the line than ever before.
New and more sustainable farming methods are being tested to counter the damage that pollution and climate change are doing to our ecosystems.
71 years in the making, ;Inmate #1: The Rise Of Danny Trejo; is the feature documentary experience revealing the extraordinary life journey of Hollywood’s most unlikely hero.
This gripping documentary series follows the paramedics and dispatchers at British Columbia’s Emergency Health Services.
Celebrated artists share their memories, joys, sorrows, successes, and regrets on camera.
Tones of Toronto explores the view of the city through the lens of six famous urban photographers.
LOL is back for Season 9 with new scenery from our home and native land in Quebec’s National Capital Region.
Marriage gets complicated when your husband decides to kidnap you.
This documentary film presents three guys who’ve decided to talk about their differences with a sense of humour.
Hit The Ice is a series which gives our viewers an in-depth look into what a high level hockey camp requires of its prospects.
Sex-shop owners are regular people with a family life that is often integrated into the business.
Canal Vie provides viewers with a close-up look into some of Quebec’s super-large families.
Through the eyes of seniors living in a long-term care centre and the children who visit during the day, we get to see an extraordinary intergenerational initiative at work.