Written 600 years ago, Chaucer’s morality tales explore the timeless themes of love, lust, greed, gluttony and faith. Just as compelling today, BBC CANADA presents the North American Premiere of Canterbury Tales, six contemporary stories exploring humanity’s virtues and vices in one-hour episodes airing Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET (10 p.m. PT), beginning April 28.
They’re back. Following three wildly successful seasons, Trailer Park Boys – the Showcase Original series that’s currently the highest-rated Canadian series on specialty television* – is returning for season four. The insanity and chaos continue with eight all-new episodes launching Sunday, April 11 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The series will air weekly in this timeslot.
One man’s challenge to return to the world’s greatest mountain is profiled in the new documentary Back to Everest Saturday, April 17 on the Global Television Network.
Subscribers of Videotron’s Illico digital television service can enjoy a bunch of new channnels fom HD channels to recently launched digital channels, there’s something for everybody.
A Canadian Television Premiere – Airs Tuesdays @ 10pm ET, beginning April 6.
25-year old Toronto native Jesse Palmer is the new “Bachelor” in the new season beginning Wednesday, April 7th at 9:00pm ET/PT on Citytv Toronto and Citytv Vancouver.
Rogers SportsNet will televise 40 games in High Definition for the next tree months.
The CFL tradition continues on TSN with coverage of 50 games this year, including the season opener on June 15 featuring Saskatchewan Roughriders @ Toronto Argonauts.
See Vernon Wells, Carlos Delgado and 2003 AL Cy Young Award winner Roy Halladay go head-to head with stars like A-Rod, Ichiro and Vladimir Guerrero! TSN is your home to 25 regular season Blue Jay games, with 14 against AL East teams. Four other games will feature interleague opponents, including 2003 NL Cy Young winner and Montreal native Eric Gagne …
TSN and ESPN Classic Canada get viewers in the swing of things leading up to this year’s Masters with a comprehensive preview special, daily SportsCentre reports and a look back at past Masters tournaments.