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In last night’s nail-biting Season 6 finale of BATTLE OF THE BLADES, two-time World pairs champion, Olympic team gold and Olympic bronze medallist, Meagan Duhamel, and her partner, Wojtek Wo... Read more
Stay home, get cozy and make the season yours with CBC’s special holiday programming on CBC TV, CBC Gem, CBC Listen, CBC Radio One and CBC Music, as follows. Visit cbc.ca/holiday to download... Read more
TV’s longest-running science program spanning 880 episodes over 59 seasons to date, CBC’s THE NATURE OF THINGS will celebrate its 60th season launch tomorrow — exactly 60 years after the ser... Read more
CBC today announced that award-winning journalist and anchor Ginella Massa will join CBC News as a new national prime time host. Massa joins CBC from CityNews in Toronto, where she hosts thr... Read more
As part of the national public broadcaster’s commitment to bring Canadian film to audiences across the country, CBC and Telefilm Canada will offer the exclusive broadcast and streaming World... Read more
To launch the 60th season of CBC’s The Nature of Things, David Suzuki goes to the front lines of the climate rebellion, and into the streets that raged with protests this summer, to paint a... Read more
CBC News today announced a new weekly program, ROSEMARY BARTON LIVE, which will broadcast live on Sunday mornings starting November 1 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. ET on CBC News Network, and simu... Read more
CBC today announced that the new season of Canadian audience favourite BATTLE OF THE BLADES (Season 6, produced by Insight Productions) will launch with a special two-hour live premiere on T... Read more
TV Series Updates
Kenan (NBC / Citytv) Premieres February 16 @ 8:30pm ET.
Young Rock (NBC / Citytv) Premieres February 16 @ 8pm ET.
Great White North (FOX / Citytv) Premieres February 14 @ 8:30pm ET.
Clarice (Global / CBS) premieres Feb. 11, 2021.
The Equalizer (CBS / Global) premieres Feb. 7, 2021 (following the Super Bowl)
Superstore (NBC / Global) has been cancelled after 6 seasons; it will conclude at the end of its current season.
Snowpiercer (TNT / Netflix Canada) has been renewed for a Third season.
High Maintenance (HBO) has been cancelled after 4 seasons.
Queen Sugar (OWN / CTV Drama Channel) has been renewed for a Sixth season. **Season 5 premieres February 16, 2021**
Animal Kingdom (TNT / CTV Drama Channel) has been renewed for a 6th and Final season. **Season 5 premieres Summer 2021**
Insecure (HBO) will conclude its run after the upcoming 5th season.
Resident Alien (Syfy / CTV Sci-Fi Channel) Premieres January 27 @ 10pm ET.
His Dark Materials (HBO / HBO Canada) has been renewed for a Third and Final season.
Snowfall (FX) Season 4 Premieres February 24 @ 10pm ET.
Industry (HBO) has been renewed for a 2nd season.
Grown-ish (Freeform / ABC Spark) Season 3 premieres January 21, 2021.
Fear The Walking Dead (AMC) has been renewed for a 7th season.
Snowpiercer (TNT / Netflix Canada) Season 2 premieres January 26, 2021.
Saved by the Bell (Peacock / W Network) has been renewed for a Second season.
The Wilds (Amazon Prime Video) has been renewed for a Second season.
Locke and Key (Netlfix) has been renewed for a Third season.
The Flight Attendant (HBO Max / Crave) has been renewed for a Second season.
The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu / CTV Drama Channel) has been renewed for a 5th season; Season 4 premieres 2021.
For All Mankind (Apple TV+) has been renewed for a Third season. Season 2 premieres February 19, 2021.
The Expanse (Amazon Prime Video) has been renewed for a Sixth and Final season.
- CTV Presents IN THIS TOGETHER: A BELL LET’S TALK DAY SPECIAL, Hosted by Tyrone Edwards and Melissa Grelo, January 28 January 22, 2021
- Sid Seixeiro Joins Citytv’s Breakfast Television as New Co-Host January 21, 2021
- NFL Playoffs on CTV, TSN, and RDS Conference Championship – Sunday, Jan. 24 January 20, 2021
- January 21-27: Crave Weekly Streaming Overview January 19, 2021
- Former Competitors Prepare for Redemption in MASTERCHEF CANADA: BACK TO WIN, as New Season Premieres February 14 on CTV January 18, 2021