W Network is the go-to television destination for women. Available in 7.5 million households it reaches 6.5 million women every month. It serves as a reprieve from a hectic day and as a life-simplifying guide. Reaching women 18-49 and 25-54, W Network programming includes lifestyle shows that offer helpful tips and advice, popular series and Hollywood hit movies. Its website, www.wnetwork.com offers in-depth show information featuring expert advice from hosts in addition to a popular games section and a rich online community. W has built a leadership position as “marketing to women experts” through its various research initiatives, including The Her Report.
Prior to the milestone episode,Drew and Jonathan Scott, will host the brand new special Property Brothers: 100 Episodes & Counting that takes fans on a hilarious ride through their favou... Read more
Corus Entertainment’s W Network brings two new consumer-facing online properties to market with the launch of lifestyle site W Dish and short-form digital video site W View. W Dish delivers... Read more
Dreams come true this winter as Corus Entertainment’s W Network captures all the excitement and joy of finding the perfect wedding dress with the premiere of Say Yes to the Dress Canada. The... Read more
This fall, Tuesday’s get hot in the kitchen as W Network launches a new food programming block with the premiere of two new original series, Pressure Cooker, a primetime culinary competition... Read more
Production is underway on Season 2 of W Network’s Majumder Manor. The 10-episode series returns as one of Canada’s most beloved comedic talents continues on his monumental quest to put his t... Read more
This September, the ultimate dinner party returns with the Season 4 premiere of W Network’s hit international series, Come Dine With Me Canada (80×30). The new season airs Mondays at 7:... Read more
Corus Entertainment’s W Network announced today highlights from its 2013 fall schedule, featuring a lineup of entertaining, returning favourites and hit blockbuster movies. Viewers can look... Read more