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.
Paranormal Survivor will explore the stories of three survivors of paranormal experiences that are inter-linked by a specific supernatural theme.
Dr. Mary Harris is a single mother and emergency doctor by day who moonlights as an underground Angel of Death.
Under Thin Ice follows extreme divers Jill Heinerth and Mario Cyr on a journey to investigate how Arctic wildlife is adjusting to global warming.
Tousquet: The land of the fishermen. West of Nova Scotia, the Tousquet Islands are generally uninhabited. The archipelago does offer a home port.
The Fentanyl: la menace documentary follows the work of front-line workers in their frantic battle against this deadly drug.
More than 800,000 Tutsis were slaughtered in the 1994 Rwandan genocide. How are the survivors doing 25 years later?
The Les fermiers II series goes to the very heart of organic farming by looking into the efforts of today’s young farmers.
The documentary follows Normand Piché and his team on five continents as they try to adapt to dry land.
This second documentary focuses on those who, in reality, assume the responsibilities of a commander.
Justice à notre image explores new initiatives that are underway in Quebec Indigenous communities and elsewhere in Canada.
Blast off with Blynk and Aazoo as these two wacky aliens uncover fascinating science facts in their search for new inventions!
This Hour Has 22 Minutes is an award-winning, record-breaking Canadian comedy show.
A comical, magical, multifaceted canoe takes travellers from Camp Manitou on adventures to discover a thousand and one things.
Dozens of francophone comedians from across Canada come, one after another, to entertain Albertans in the auditorium on the Saint-Jean campus in Edmonton.
Storytime With Nana is a Canadian children’s Storytelling television program based on the old African tradition of Story Telling and Folklore.
Passionate teachers committed to their schools, are raising awareness and working to change the world one step at a time.