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.
La Voix du Peuple follows legendary country singer Irvin Blais on a concert tour of Quebec.
Dernier tour de Piste takes viewers into the Saint-Eustache Autodrome during its final year of operation.
Expédition Kayak follows the Québec Connection kayak group on some of their wildest adventures.
Matthieu Dugal and his AI co-host take us behind the scenes of the greatest revolution of our time.
The En rodage documentary series follows new, unknown comedians as they break in their routines in bars.
Season 4 of L’heure bleue is a season of reunion. With Véronique’s return, the past comes to the surface again.
This is not the story of a child who helplessly struggles in the cracks of society, but how to become stronger no matter how tough the environment is.
De-cluttering queen Jane Veldhoven, knows what it takes to get this job done. She’s been helping people downsize their lives for over 15 years and she
Spirit Talker is a documentary series that will follow Mi'kmaq medium Shawn Leonard as he explores his Indigenous roots.
Season 3 of La famille Groulx will reflect the exceptional nature of this family of 10 children: always amazing and full of twists and turns.
Maripier Morin explores six subjects that intrigue, fascinate, or even frighten her at times.
Les Huissiers opens the doors wide to help us better understand the work that bailiffs do.
Amid the many little worries of everyday life, Max and Livia are lucky to enjoy a father-daughter relationship full of love and laughter.
The District-31 police series provides insights into the daily life of an experienced investigative team constantly confronted by crime in its many forms.
Ariane Beaumont is a brilliant young lawyer specializing in family law and dedicated to defending broken families.
There’s no other educational institution like École Marie-Labrecque anywhere in the world. The school welcomes about sixty 12-to-17-year-old girls, all of them pregnant or young mothers.