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.
Bridging Borders is an emotional, eye-opening and inspirational documentary series that goes beyond the international headlines.
Hosted by Maripier Morin and Jean-Philippe Dion, the 33rd edition of Artis is a festive get-together celebrating television at its best.
The Life-Sized City is a documentary series in which Mikael Colville-Andersen finds pleasant places that are on a human scale.
Six part documentary series examines the accidental death of 31-year old Halifax Grad student, Holly Bartlett, who was visually impaired.
We discover the life and reality of Patrick Côté, who once practised this extreme sport, as well as a portrait of this unknown universe.
Make it to the Moon is a documentary that tells the story of the teams recruited by NASA to develop the technology for the first moon landing in 1969.
This series documents day-to-day life for the owners and employees in body shops that specialize in well-known muscle cars.
Set in Toronto, the series follows five young nurses working on the frontlines of a busy downtown hospital.
The paths of two artists who belong to totally different generations embody the evolution of francophone country music.
The officials are faced with the realities of modern sports.
The Pompiers : la relève series has us experience the daily reality of aspiring firefighters during an entire year.
CBC’s interstitial series for kids.
Yukon Harvest chronicles the hardships and victories of four hunting guides as they live for six weeks in one of the wildest places on earth.
A celebration and the history of 50 years of the Federation des Cooperatives de Nouveau Quebec.
PASSAGE PERILLEUX tells the inside story of how two visions of human coexistence confronted each other as a result of war, poverty and climate change
A documentary, inspired by the tragedy experienced by Olympic diving medalist Sylvie Bernier, devoted to drowning prevention.