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.
A daily dose of humour that helps the news go down.
Set in Toronto at the dawn of the 20th century, Murdoch Mysteries is a one-hour drama series that explores the world of Detective William Murdoch (Yan
Les Boys du Ballet follows the lives of three young men between the ages of 11 and 20 during a year of study at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Dance Schools.
Their job is to use their physical assets to attract public attention, and to highlight the products they’re pushing.
An intimate and touching portrait of Montreal lettering artist Claude Dolbec.
Ambulances animales stays on the trail of the fast-paced work of animal first responders.
The objective of the documentary is to make this invasive syndrome better known, to demystify certain preconceived ideas about Tourette’s.
Because no two songs are exactly alike, each season of En direct de l’univers is unique in its own way!
FIRST RESPONSE: PARAMEDICS is a doc series that follows select teams of paramedics at Saskatoon’s MD Ambulance
This major public gala is back for a stunning 31st edition.
Le Grand Rire de ... presents a selected lineup of the Quebec comedians that appeared on stage during the Galas du Grand Rire over the years.
The best comedy performances presented at Place-des-Arts as part of the 2016 Just for Laughs Festival.
YaYa and Zouk is a young children’s series chockful of fun and enthusiasm where two kids have a great time going from the real to an imaginary world.
Face à la rue is a docu-style reality series of 13 episodes that shows homelessness like you’ve never seen it before!
A road film in space and time, this documentary takes us on a trip through 40 years of social engagement theatre on tours across Quebec.
Acclaimed journalist Desmond Cole pulls back the curtain on Black Canada in the 21st century.