Updates on Canadian availability of "American Horror Stories", "Anne Boleyn", and more.
Where Can I Watch is a web publication intended to help Canadian media consumers to find out where (and when) they can find the programming they want, helping them work through the confusion of the current media landscape.
This site is written and produced by me, Joshua Gorner. My main job is as a software developer, and I should be abundantly clear that I do not have any direct experience working in the media industry. However, I've long had an interest in that industry (especially as it affects Canada), and this is intended as an outlet for that interest.
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If you have any comments or questions about the Where Can I Watch website, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that WCIW does not have any connection to any broadcaster or streaming company, studio, or personnel, and we will not respond to or forward any messages attempting to contact such parties.
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Please note that, as this is currently a one-person side project, we may not be able to respond immediately, or in all cases. Please note as well that we do not respond to requests made about WCIW to the publisher's personal social media accounts or addresses.
This site does not claim to be a comprehensive directory of every TV program that might be available in Canada, and (especially as this is a small operation) we cannot guarantee that every listing will be 100% up to date.
If you can't find a program here, or if you have difficulty verifying availability, there are a few other sites with searchable databases, like JustWatch, and device-specific apps like Apple TV, Google TV, and Roku, that may be able to help you. (We don't specifically endorse them or vouch for their completeness either, but they can be useful in some cases.)
If you've consulted these resources and you're still uncertain about whether a show is available in Canada, please feel free to contact us at the email address above – we can't guarantee we can investigate every request, but we'll do what we can.
I (Joshua) do not, and I do not currently intend to, work for any media company or retailer whose products / services are discussed on this site. Apart from incidental affiliate links (see below), I do not and will not accept any payment in exchange for discussing or promoting media-related products and services in editorial content on this site. If and when we choose to carry advertisements, they will be clearly marked and/or separated.
My current day-job employer, Crowdmark Inc., is not a media company and is not affiliated with any media companies. The closest connection I have there is that some of Crowdmark's competitors may have indirect links to media companies; at least one of these competitors is owned by an investment company (Advance) that also owns significant interests in international media firms (like Discovery Inc.).
I hold some investments in cap-weighted index funds which themselves hold – among their many publicly-traded holdings – shares of various Canadian and international media, telecommunications, technology, and retail companies whose products could be discussed on this site.
As of March 2021, the largest single company that's indirectly represented in my portfolio was Apple, closely followed by Microsoft and Amazon (which should not be too surprising as these are the three largest publicly-traded companies in the world). Each of these still represents a very small fraction (less than 1.5%) of my overall portfolio, and makes up a negligble fraction (less than 0.0001%) of each company's total number of shares.
To be clear, I do not currently hold any positions in these or any other companies directly, nor do I have any meaningful influence on the investments made by the funds I invest in, which may change from time to time. It is theoretically possible that my posts (and the actions that readers may take on them) could influence these companies' performance and stock prices – but even if they did, I believe the impact on my investments would be negligible.
This section was last updated on May 24, 2021.
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The use of these affiliate programs should not be read as an endorsement of the providers' products or services. In general, we are using them in cases where we'd be linking to these services anyway, and where the payments we receive do not affect the end price our readers pay.
We try our best not to have the availability or benefits of affiliate links affect which products or programs we discuss or link to – that is, we will try not to link to something solely because of an affiliate relationship, or fail to discuss or link to other options because we don't have such a relationship. That said, for physical items like DVDs, we tend to focus on retailer(s) with which we have affiliate relationships rather than list every single possible retailer. And we concede that, given limited time, we may spend a bit more time on topics relating to media that can generate affiliate revenue over those that cannot.
In any event, this is currently a one-person operation, so updates may be sporadic and feedback regarding possible oversights is welcome (at the email address above).
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