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With the unprecedented Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 underway, Canadian audiences are engaging on all platforms to cheer on Team Canada and athletes from around the world. Since the beginning of... Read more
RiverTV (www.Rivertv.ca), Canada’s first live TV and on-demand streaming channel platform, is thrilled to announce that it has added CBC/Radio-Canada’s English and French-language local chan... Read more
The Canadian Hockey League announced today new multi-platform, multi-year broadcast rights partnerships that will make TSN, RDS and CBC the home of the CHL. Beginning with the 2021-22 season... Read more
With only two days to go until the Tokyo 2020 Opening Ceremony, CBC is providing Canadians with everything they need to get ready to cheer on their favourite athletes. Leading up to and thro... Read more
This Friday, CBC invites audiences across the country to mark the official start of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 with extensive coverage of the Opening Ceremony beginning at 7 a.m. ET (4 a.m... Read more
championship series 28 years in the making. Following a Cinderella story run through the NHL post-season, the Montreal Canadiens have booked their first ticket to the Stanley Cup Final since... Read more
Canada’s public broadcaster is introducing three original weekly radio shows centred around cultural identity and resilience as part of the upcoming CBC Radio One and CBC Listen summer sched... Read more
As part of the public broadcaster’s ongoing commitment to reflect Indigenous communities across Canada, CBC is recognizing National Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous Peoples D... Read more
With only six days to tipoff for its third season, the CEBL along with CBC Sports announced Friday that eight of its 2021 season games will be broadcast nationally on CBC TV. This will inclu... Read more
… and then there were four! Emerging from divisional battles, the remaining four Stanley Cup hopefuls – including the Scotia North Division victors Montreal Canadiens – are set to face-off i... Read more
TV Series Updates
La Brea (NBC / CTV) has been renewed for a Second season.
Naomi (The CW) Premieres January 11, 2022.
All American: Homecoming (The CW) Premieres February 21, 2022.
Fantasy Island (FOX / Global) has been renewed for a Second season.
The Wonder Years & Home Economics (ABC / CTV) have been given a full season order.
Ghosts (CBS / Global) has been given a full season order.
Euphoria (HBO / HBO Canada) Season 2 Premieres January 9, 2022.
Outlander (Starz / W Network) Season 6 Premieres March 6, 2022 in USA.
The Sinner (USA Network / Showcase) has been cancelled after 4 seasons; Final season concludes December 1, 2021.
Queen Sugar (OWN / CTV Drama Channel) has been renewed for a 7th and Final season.
Star Trek: Prodigy (Paraomunt+) has been renewed for a Second season.
SurrealEstate (CTV Sci-Fi Channel / Syfy) has been cancelled after 1 season.
The Righteous Gemstones (HBO / HBO Canada) Season 2 Premieres January 9, 2022.
Miracle Workers (TBS / CTV Comedy Channel) has been renewed for a Fourth season.
Tacoma FD (TruTV / CTV Comedy Channel) has been renewed for a Fourth season.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FXX / FXX Canada) Season 15 Premieres December 1, 2021.
Heels (Starz / Starz Canada) has been renewed for a Second season.
Succession (HBO / HBO Canada) has been renewed for a Fourth season.
Blindspotting (Starz / Starz Canada) has been renewed for a Second season.
Better Things (FX / FX Canada) has been cancelled after 5 seasons; 5th and Final season will premiere in 2022.
Billions (Showtime / Crave) Season 6 Premieres January 23, 2022.
We are Lady Parts (Peacock / Showcase) has been renewed for Second season.
Emily in Paris (Netflix) Season 2 Premieres December 22, 2021.
And Just Like That… (HBO Max / Crave) Premieres December 9, 2021.
The Harper House (Paramount+) has been cancelled after 1 season.
F is for Family (Netflix) 5th and Final Season Premieres November 25, 2021.
Servant (Apple TV+) Season 3 Premieres January 21, 2022.
Elite (Netflix) has been renewed for a Sixth season.
Mythic Quest (Apple TV+) has been renewed for 3rd and 4th seasons.
Ozark (Netflix) Season 4, Part 1 Premieres January 21, 2022.
Family Reunion (Netflix) has been renewed for a Third and Final season.
Pennyworth (Epix / Showcase) has been renewed for a Third season. Also, it will be moving from Epix to HBO Max in the USA; its unknown if this change will affect where the show airs in Canada.
Titans (HBO Max / Netflix Canada) has been renewed for a Fourth season; Season 3 has yet to premiere on Netflix Canada.
Doom Patrol (HBO Max / Crave) has been renewed for a Fourth season.
Jack Ryan (Amazon Prime Video) has been renewed for a Fourth season.
Hanna (Amazon Prime Video) Third and Final season Premieres November 24, 2021.
Crossing Swords (Hulu / Crave) Season 2 Premieres December 10, 2021 in the USA. Canadian premiere TBA.
The Expanse (Amazon Prime Video) 6th and Final season Premieres December 10, 2021.
Foundation (Apple TV+) has been renewed for a Second season.
Lost in Space (Netflix) 3rd and Final Season premieres December 1, 2021.
The Book of Boba Fett (Disney+) Premieres December 29, 2021.
Cobra Kai (Netflix) has been renewed for a Fifth season; Season 4 Premieres December 31, 2021.
Hawkeye (Disney+) Premieres November 24, 2021.
The Witcher (Netflix) Season 2 premieres December 17, 2021.
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