Posted March 6, 2023 • Last updated March 6, 2023

Watching This Week #102

Listings for March 6-12, 2023, a discount offer from Crave, and more.

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This is the March 6, 2023, edition of Watching This Week, the weekly newsletter from Where Can I Watch – covering the latest news on where TV shows and movies will be available in Canada.

It's been a slow week for the type of programming news we cover, but as ever we have your listings for the week, plus we try to answer a reader question about a hard-to-find recent film.

A quick note: Due to increased pressures on my time in the short term, these newsletters will likely be produced in an abbreviated form over at least the next couple of weeks. We hope to resume our usual format and level of content by the end of the month.

What's new this week – March 6–12

Compiled from our monthly listings and/or any subsequent updates we've come across. We strive for accuracy but schedules may change without notice. Some series/seasons may have weekly rollouts; we won't list new episodes every week (though we may note significant episodes such as series finales). *An asterisk denotes programming added in past weeks that we've learned about (or has been rescheduled) since our last newsletter.

  • Netflix: Ridley Jones (season 5 – Monday); MH370: The Plane That Disappeared (docuseries – Wednesday); You (season 4, part 2 – Thursday); Luther: The Fallen Sun (BBC series follow-up film – Friday); Outlast (survival reality series – Friday)
  • Disney+: History of the World, Part Ⅱ (follow-up series to the 1981 Mel Brooks film – episodes released daily Mon-Thu); The Cry of the Butterflies (Spanish series – Wednesday); Grails (ABC News docuseries – Wednesday [perhaps, previously delayed twice]); MPower (appears to be a Marvel docuseries – Wednesday); Chang Can Dunk (teen sports film – Friday); Killer Under the Bed (2018 Lifetime film – Friday); The Nightmare of Bursa (Turkish film – Friday); UnPrisoned (dramedy series – Friday)
  • Crave: Perry Mason (season 2 of the HBO series – Mondays); Rain Dogs (HBO/BBC comedy series – Mondays); Disobey (Quebec drama series – Wednesdays); Casablanca (1942 film – Friday); Hot Seat (2022 action film – Friday); Pulp Fiction (1994 film – Friday)
  • Prime Video: Hugh Van Cuylenburg: GEM (doc – Thursday); Meanwhile in the Kitchen (Quebec docuseries – Friday); Six (2017–18 History Channel series – Saturday)
  • CBC Gem: Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age (doc – Monday); Road to the Junos Concert Series (episodes released daily Mon-Fri); The Conductor (music doc – Tuesday); Following Folk (music performances – Tuesday); Maternal (British series – Wednesday); History of the Sitcom (2021 CNN docuseries – Friday); If Beale Street Could Talk (2018 film – Friday); Manayek (season 2 – Friday); 52nd Juno Awards "Opening Night" presentation (Saturday)
  • Paramount+ (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV): Tad, the Lost Explorer and the Emerald Tablet (2022 animated film – Monday); The Visitor (2022 horror film – Monday); The Challenge: World Championship (reality spinoff – Wednesdays); School Spirits (YA drama series – Thursdays); BeBe Zahara Benet: Africa is Not a Country (comedy special – Friday); The Forgiven (2021 drama film – Friday)
  • BritBox (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV): The Confessions of Frannie Langton (period drama miniseries – Wednesday)
  • CTV: Shelved (Canadian sitcom – Mondays); 95th Academy Awards (Sunday)
  • CTV2: The Voice (Mondays and Tuesdays)
  • Global (also on StackTV): Big Brother Canada (season 11 – premieres Wednesday, then Tue/Wed/Thu)
  • Food Network (also on StackTV): Top Chef (season 20, subtitled "World All-Stars" featuring past contestants from various international versions – Thursdays)

This week in deals

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  • Crave has revived a deal it has offered in the past – $50 off one year of the Crave Total direct-to-consumer plan, meaning a discounted price of $149.90 – for new and returning subscribers. As usual with these kinds of deals, the service renews at the then-regular price unless you cancel before the discounted year is up. The offer is available until end of day Eastern time on March 15.

Other notes

  • Newly in free preview on various traditional TV service providers such as Shaw and SaskTel through the end of April are Blue Ant's BBC Earth, T+E, and Cottage Life, the latter of which is using the opportunity to launch new series and seasons like Mission Unexplained.

    Also in free preview on many providers: CBC's Documentary channel, Corus' MovieTime and Treehouse, and the Sportsman Channel.


Here's some of the reader questions we've received recently by email ( We welcome questions of general interest, and publish a few of them (and our answers) from time to time; messages may be edited for brevity and clarity.

Inge: I've seen drama film The Integrity of Joseph Chambers suggested for some time here and there, but I have never been able to find it to stream or to rent.  Do you know if it is or will be available in Canada at some time, or now?

WCIW: Unfortunately we haven’t heard anything about that film, except that we did see a reference to its distributor being Gravitas Ventures, which has sold streaming rights to Crave in the past but more recently has had films streaming on Prime Video. No idea about timing though.

Recent updates on WCIW

In case you've missed it, we belatedly posted our March listings roundup a couple of days into the month.

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