Finale season ramps up on the network front, as network series wind down their current season; The next two weeks see the season finale of 24 series. Also, popular BBC drama Call the Midwife concludes its current season on PBS. On the reality front, Bachelor in Paradise & Judge Steve Harvey return with an all-new season while Big Brother Canada, Canada’s Got Talent, , Next Level Chef, The Masked Singer and Shark Tank conclude their current season. On the game show front, Celebrity Wheel of Fortune & That’s My Jam conclude their current season and 2 new series premiere- Jeopardy! Masters (which sees the 6 highest-ranked current contestants going head-to-head) and The Game show show.
On the specialty and streaming front, the next 2 weeks see the premiere of 8 new series and the return of Fear the Walking Dead & Mystic. New series premiering in the next two weeks include Apple TV+’s new crime drama City on Fire, & comedy High Desert, Crave’s new original drama Sisters, Disney+’s New musical comedy Muppets Mayhem, Hulu’s new crime drama Class of ’09, Netflix’s new sci-fi action series Black Knight & animated comedy Mulligan and British comedy Funny Woman (airing on W Network). In addition, Dear Mama, Lucky Hank, Power, Rabbit Hole, Single Drunk Female, Slasher, The Big Door Prize & The Last Thing He Told Me conclude their current season.
Other highlights include the premiere of new Netflix docuseries McGregor Forever, a 4-Part docuseries that follows the career of famed MMA fighter Conner McGregor and Paramount+’s new reality series The Family Stallone, that follows legendary actor Sylvester Stallone and his family in their day to day life.
On the reality front, 4 new series premiere: Race to Survive: Alaska (Discovery Channel), Summer Baking Championship (Food Network), 100 Day Dream Home (HGTV) and Dancing Queens (Slice); while Spring Baking Championship (Food Network), Love it or List it, Property Brothers: Forever Home & Renovation 911 (HGTV) and Dirty Old Cars & Swamp People (History) conclude their current season.
Also, the 2023 MTV Movie & TV Awards air May 7 on MTV Canada.
SUNDAY MAY 7
Rabbit Hole – SEASON 1 FINALE (Paramount+ Canada)
Call the Midwife – SEASON 12 FINALE (PBS @ 8pm ET)
NAKED AND AFRAID: LAST ONE STANDING – SERIES PREMIERE (Discovery Canada @ 8pm ET)
Twelve of the toughest and most experienced all-stars from “Naked and Afraid” take on South Africa’s punishing Oribi Gorge in a completely new type of challenge. For the first time ever, survivalists will compete head-to-head through a grueling, multiphase challenge and have their primitive skills tested for the chance to win $100,000. The competition is fierce, as survivalists can use any means necessary – even sabotage – to take home the grand prize. At the end of 45 days, only one can be crowned the franchise’s best.
2023 MTV Movie & TV Awards – 2hr Special (MTV Canada @ 8pm ET)
Celebrating an entertaining year of film and television, honoring unforgettable moments and performances.
Mystic – SEASON 3 PREMIERE (Super Channel Heart & Home @ 8pm ET)
Family Guy – SEASON 21 FINALE (FOX @ 9pm ET)
Car S.O.S. – SEASON 11 PREMIERE (National Geographic Canada @ 9pm ET)
Lucky Hank – SEASON 1 FINALE (AMC @ 9pm ET)
The Company You Keep – SEASON 1 FINALE (CTV and ABC @ 10pm ET)
MONDAY MAY 8
JEOPARDY! MASTERS – SERIES PREMIERE (CTV2 and ABC @ 8pm ET)
Each hourlong episode showcases the six highest-ranked current “Jeopardy!” contestants, with two action-packed and high-stakes games. Amy Schneider, Matt Amodio, Mattea Roach, Andrew He, Sam Buttrey and James Holzhauer go head-to-head for the grand prize and the title of “Jeopardy! Masters” champion.
Bachelor in Paradise – SEASON 2 PREMIERE (Citytv @ 8pm ET)
RACE TO SURVIVE: ALASKA – SERIES PREMIERE (Discovery Canada @ 8pm ET)
In one of the toughest competition shows ever attempted, eight teams of elite athletes embark on a harrowing journey across the unforgiving Alaskan wilderness. However, with no food or shelter, they must fend for themselves and survive off the unwelcoming land. Over the course of six different race legs, 46 days, and 300 square miles, teams will traverse through some of the harshest and most extraordinary landscapes in the world, from sprawling mountain ranges to massive prehistoric glaciers and never-ending suffocating rain forests.
Fantasy Island – SEASON 2 FINALE (FOX @ 9pm ET)
Deadliest Catch – SEASON 19 PREMIERE (Discovery Canada @ 9pm ET)
Spring Baking Championship – SEASON 9 FINALE (Food Network Canada @ 9pm ET)
Love It or List It – SEASON 17 FINALE (HGTV Canada @ 10pm ET)
TUESDAY MAY 9
Night Court – SEASON 1 FINALE (NBC @ 8pm ET and CTV @ 9:30pm ET)
Lopez vs Lopez – SEASON 1 FINALE (NBC @ 8:30pm ET)
Judge Steve Harvey – SEASON 2 PREMIERE (Citytv @ 7pm ET and ABC @ 9pm ET)
Accused – SEASON 1 FINALE (FOX @ 9:01pm ET)
DANCING QUEENS – SERIES PREMIERE (Slice @ 10pm ET)
Professional amateur dancing is the fastest growing division of ballroom dance in the world. In this sport, known as Pro-Am, amateur dancers pay professional dance partners to compete with them in competitions around the country each week. No stone goes unturned and no price is too high for these women dancers who are obsessed to a spectacular degree. From the producers of “90 Day Fiancé,” this access-driven docuseries will follow and intercut the stories of the most fascinating, talented and obsessed ballroom amateur dancers in the country.
WEDNESDAY MAY 10
CLASS OF ’09 – SERIES PREMIERE (Disney+ Canada)
FBI agents who graduated from Quantico in 2009 are reunited following the death of a mutual friend.
MISSING: DEAD OR ALIVE – SERIES PREMIERE (Netflix)
Officers from a South Carolina sheriff’s department search for individuals who have disappeared under troubling circumstances.
Celebrity Wheel of Fortune – SEASON 3 FINALE (CTV and ABC @ 9pm ET)
Accused – SEASON 1 FINALE (Global @ 10pm ET)
THE GAME SHOW SHOW – SERIES PREMIERE (ABC @ 10pm ET)
Celebrating one of the most beloved and durable television genres and reflecting on the changing face of America through an exploration of the contestants, hosts, visionary creators and industry scandals that encapsulate iconic game shows.
Single Drunk Female – SEASON 2 FINALE (ABC Spark @ 10:30pm ET)
THURSDAY MAY 11
Fear the Walking Dead – SEASON 8 PREMIERE (AMC+)
Next Level Chef – SEASON 2 FINALE (CTV2 and FOX @ 8pm ET)
Walker – SEASON 3 FINALE (CTV Drama Channel and The CW @ 8pm ET)
Ghosts – SEASON 2 FINALE (Global and CBS @ 8:31pm ET)
FUNNY WOMAN – SERIES PREMIERE (W Network @ 9pm ET)
Based on the Nick Hornby novel ‘Funny Girl’ starring Gemma Arterton (Quantum of Solace). A young woman finds her voice in the male dominated world of the 1960s comedy scene, and in doing so takes London by storm.
Swamp People – SEASON 14 FINALE (History Canada @ 9pm ET)
Big Brother Canada – SEASON 11 FINALE (Global @ 9:01pm ET)
Slasher – SEASON 5 FINALE (Hollywood Suite 2000s @ 9:50pm ET)
FRIDAY MAY 12
Power – SEASON 1 FINALE (Amazon Prime Video)
Dear Mama – SEASON 1 FINALE (FX Canada @ 10pm ET)
SUNDAY MAY 14
Sullivan’s Crossing – SEASON 1 FINALE (CTV @ 8pm ET)
East New York – SEASON 1 FINALE (CTV and CBS @ 9pm ET)
Fear the Walking Dead – SEASON 8 PREMIERE (AMC @ 9pm ET)
MONDAY MAY 15
9-1-1 – SEASON 6 FINALE (Global and FOX @ 8pm ET)
All American – SEASON 5 FINALE (The CW @ 8pm ET and Showcase @ 10:05pm ET)
SUMMER BAKING CHAMPIONSHIP – SERIES PREMIERE (Food Network Canada @ 9pm ET)
Ten bakers have to impress judges with bright, summer flavors, from fruit pies to ice cream sandwiches, and their interpretations of classic summer celebrations for a chance to win a cash prize.
Property Brothers: Forever Home – SEASON 7 FINALE (HGTV Canada @ 9pm ET)
That’s My Jam – SEASON 2 FINALE (Citytv and NBC @ 10pm ET)
TUESDAY MAY 16
9-1-1: Lonestar – SEASON 4 FINALE (CTV and FOX @ 8pm ET)
Canada’s Got Talent – SEASON 2 FINALE (Citytv @ 8pm ET)
100 DAY DREAM HOME – SERIES PREMIERE (HGTV Canada @ 10pm ET)
Husband-and-wife team Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt help clients design and build the perfect house — from the ground up — in just three months.
WEDNESDAY MAY 17
The Big Door Prize – SEASON 1 FINALE (Apple TV+)
HIGH DESERT – SERIES PREMIERE (Apple TV+)
A woman with a checkered past decides to become a private investigator following the death of her beloved mother, with whom she lived in the small desert town of Yucca Valley.
SISTERS – SERIES PREMIERE (Crave) *6-Part Limited Series*
The six-part series follows Canadian Sarah (Sarah Goldberg) and Irish Suze (Susan Stanley), two strangers who find their lives suddenly intertwined with the discovery that they are half-sisters.
MCGREGOR FOREVER – SERIES PREMIERE (Netflix) *4-Part Docuseries*
Mixed martial artist Conor McGregor’s brutal strikes and trash-talking swagger make him one of the UFC’s biggest draws.
THE FAMILY STALLONE – SERIES PREMIERE (Paramount+)
Sylvester Stallone’s three daughters, wife, and himself offers a seat at the table of one of Hollywood’s most famous families.
The Masked Singer – SEASON 9 FINALE (CTV and FOX @ 8pm ET)
True Lies – SEASON 1 FINALE (CTV and CBS @ 9pm ET) *2hr Finale*
Renovation 911 – SEASON 1 FINALE (HGTV Canada @ 9pm ET)
Dirty Old Cars – SEASON 1 FINALE (History Canada @ 9pm ET)
Farmer Wants A Wife – SEASON 1 FINALE (FOX @ 9:01pm ET)
THURSDAY MAY 18
Totally, Completely Fine – SEASON 1 FINALE (Sundance Now)
Young Sheldon – SEASON 6 FINALE (CTV @ 7:30pm ET and CBS @ 8:30pm ET)
Station 19 – SEASON 6 FINALE (CTV and ABC @ 8pm ET)
Law & Order – SEASON 22 FINALE (Citytv and NBC @ 8pm ET)
Grey’s Anatomy – SEASON 19 FINALE (CTV and ABC @ 9pm ET)
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit – SEASON 24 FINALE (Citytv and NBC @ 9pm ET)
So Help Me Todd – SEASON 1 FINALE (Global and CBS @ 9pm ET)
CSI: Vegas – SEASON 2 FINALE (Global and CBS @ 10pm ET)
Law & Order: Organized Crime – SEASON 3 FINALE (Citytv and NBC @ 10pm ET)
Good Trouble – Season 5 Spring Finale (ABC Spark @ 10pm ET)
FRIDAY MAY 19
Big Beasts – SEASON 1 FINALE (Apple TV+)
The Last Thing He Told Me – SEASON 1 FINALE (Apple TV+)
S.W.A.T. – SEASON 6 FINALE (Global and CBS @ 8pm ET)
Shark Tank – SEASON 14 FINALE (CTV and ABC @ 8pm ET)
Fire Country – SEASON 1 FINALE (Global and CBS @ 9pm ET)
Blue Bloods – SEASON 13 FINALE (CTV and CBS @ 10pm ET)