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.
Journalist Monic Néron seeks to shed new light on one of the rare unsolved double murders involving teenagers in Québec.
The 2018 edition of the Fête Nationale sur les Plaines showcases trios—a nod to the original trio formed by Charlebois, Vigneault and Leclerc.
Un danger dans chaque bouchée presents the reality of people suffering from food allergies or whose children suffer from food allergies.
Through the quest and eyes of Kim Rusk, a mother with ADHD who is sensitive to the cause, we discover the academic challenges of a child with ADHD.
After an identity crisis, Marie-Mai needs to rediscover herself. We follow her as she goes through a period of soul searching and seeks to give her life new meaning.
180 jours is a documentary series that presents a novel incursion into the heart of a public high school.
Taken Season IV is a 13 x 22-minute true crime documentary series about Canada's missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, men, boys, & 2S people.
Binky looks like a normal house cat, but there's nothing normal about him. He's pretty out there, even for a cat.
Les effaceurs is an intrusion into the life of disaster cleaning professionals who do a job that’s out of the ordinary.
En pleine tempête is a documentary series that delves into the daily reality of snow removal operators in Québec.
In the Arctic, Rita Claire and her husky Qimmiq learn new songs, words and stories with the help of some animated friends and Inuit performers.
Pleasure will continue to mark this fourth season of Mehdi et Val, during which astonishing adventures await our heroes!
Flight 716 vanishes over the Atlantic. No distress call. Radio silence. 256 lives lost. The whole world waits to know what really happened...
The divided community of Pictou County, Nova Scotia is facing a major turning point in the fifty-year old controversy surrounding the pulp mill locate.