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.
The changing face of Canadian farms: Chinese immigrants and Chinese investors, and their impact on local farmers.
The residents of Letterkenny belong to one of three groups; Hicks, Skids and Hockey Players. The three groups are constantly feuding with each other s
In Season 3 of ANNE WITH AN E, Anne turns 16 and hungers to learn more about her birth parents. A Mi'kmaq nation camp brings new ideas and friendships
Skate le Monde takes viewers out to meet asphalt aficionados and tribes of the tarmac.
Jonathan and Valerie are living the worst possible nightmare any family can have: the disappearance of their son, Éliot.
Victor distances himself from the Major Crimes Unit to shed light on his father’s past. A respected journalist is assassinated by a sniper.
Passe-Partout provides preschoolers with a friendly and stimulating environment that helps them learn new things in a fun way.
The series follows the daily life of animal lovers who’ve set up shelters for orphaned wild animals at their own expense.
The series follows a group of children as they evolve during their daily lives at the Garderie Papillon.
Three emerging Indigenous artists, Natasha Kanapé-Fontaine, Caroline Monnet, and Ludovic Boney, invite us to experience their creative process.
The Expedition Extrême series Season 4 features Quebec adventurers and how they survived some truly extreme situations.
A documentary on the political, scientific, and gastronomic journey of Colombe Saint-Pierre, one of Quebec’s most talented chefs.
The purpose of the series is to confront prejudices and break down taboos.
La détresse au bout du rang brings to light the tragedy of Quebec farmers overwhelmed by a tsunami of psychological stress.
Every year, hundreds of children arrive at the Canadian alone border to seek asylum. Their stories are finally told in Seuls.
Trafic is a documentary investigation that takes viewers inside the workings of the global sexual exploitation of young girls.