Here's what we know about Canadian availability for the comedy starring Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti.
The period drama series Mad Men, created by Matthew Weiner and starring (among many others) Jon Hamm and Elisabeth Moss, originally aired on AMC from 2007 to 2015, garnering critical acclaim and multiple awards including 16 Emmys. It was available in much of the world for streaming on Netflix from 2011 until June 9, 2020.
In July 2020, Lionsgate, the studio which produced and owns the copyrights to the series, announced a new set of broadcast and streaming licensing deals for the series. The length of these deals has not been announced or reported, but will take effect in two phases.
In Canada, the first phase sees pay TV service Super Channel acquire rights which are exclusive from July 1 to September 30, 2020. During that exclusive window, episodes will air nightly on Super Channel's Fuse channel, in addition to being available on its on-demand and streaming platforms.
Super Channel is available through virtually all Canadian cable, satellite, and IP-based TV providers, as well as through Prime Video Channels and Apple TV Channels, typically for about $9.99 per month (plus applicable sales taxes).
The second phase begins on October 1, 2020, when Amazon Prime Video's (non-exclusive, or shared) global streaming rights take effect in Canada. Around the same time, AMC will regain linear broadcast rights (at least in the U.S., but likely also in Canada). Super Channel will continue to hold broadcast rights on a non-exclusive basis after that point as well.