Posted May 15, 2023 • Last updated May 15, 2023

Watching This Week #110

Listings for May 15 to 21, 2023; confirmation on where to find the "Clone High" revival in Canada.

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Hi, hello. Welcome to the May 15, 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.

This past week was a slower week for the type of news we cover, but we still have updated listings for the coming week, plus confirmation on where the Clone High revival will be available in Canada.

What's new this week – May 15–21

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: Anna Nicole Smith: You Don't Know Me (doc – Tuesday); McGregor Forever (MMA docuseries – Wednesday); Working: What We Do All Day (docuseries from Barack Obama – Wednesday); Kitti Katz (children's series – Thursday); XO, Kitty (To All the Boys spinoff series – Thursday); Yakitori: Soldiers of Misfortune (anime series – Thursday); Selling Sunset (season 6 – Friday); Young, Famous & African (season 2 – Friday);
  • Disney+: Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023 Marvel film – Wednesday); White Men Can't Jump (direct-to-streaming remake – Friday)
  • Crave: Angel City (women's soccer docuseries – Tuesday); Sisters (Irish-Canadian comedy series – Wednesday); Bullet Proof (2022 action film – Friday); Letterkenny (special episode: "May 2-4" – Friday); Minions: The Rise of Gru (2022 film – Friday); R.I.P.D. 2: Rise of the Damned (2022 direct-to-video sequel – Friday); Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance with Somebody (2022 biopic – Friday); Love to Love You, Donna Summer (doc – Saturday)
  • Prime Video: Air (2023 Amazon Studios theatrically-released sports drama about Nike and Michael Jordan, starring Matt Damon and Ben Affleck – Friday, May 12*); Veeran (2023 Indian film? – Monday); Zarna Gang: One in a Billion (stand-up special – Tuesday); Modern Love Chennai (anthology series spinoff – Wednesday); The Ferragnez (season 2 – Thursday); Neelavelicham (2023 Indian film – Thursday); The Whale (2022 drama film starring Brendan Fraser – Friday); Ram (2023 Indian film? – Saturday)
  • CBC Gem: Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On (2020 Jamie Oliver series – Wednesday); Everything You Love (Norwegian series – Friday); Tulipani: Love, Honour, and a Bicycle (2017 film – Friday)
  • Paramount+ (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV): Rocketman (2019 film – Tuesday); The Family Stallone (reality series with Sylvester et al. – Wednesdays); Blowing LA (salon reality series – Wednesdays); Francesco il Cantico (Italian special – Wednesday); No Escape (British series – Thursday); Ghosts of Beirut (Showtime miniseries – Fridays); Star Trek: Discovery (season 4 [originally streamed 2021-22 on Crave] – Friday); Unseen (2023 direct-to-video Blumhouse film – Friday)
  • Apple TV+: High Desert (dark comedy series – Wednesdays); Stillwater (season 3 – Friday)
  • BritBox (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV): The Tower 2: Death Message (miniseries – Tuesday)
  • Discovery: Bush Wreck Rescue (docuseries – Wednesdays); Street Outlaws: Locals Only (docuseries spinoff – Fridays); Maritime Masters: Expedition Antarctica (cruise line docuseries – Fridays)
  • FX (also on Citytv+): The Secrets of Hillsong (docuseries – Fridays)

Programming news

  • The American broadcast networks have begun announcing their lineups for the 2023–24 seasons. The firmest schedules so far are at CBS, which announced series including a Matlock reboot as well as The Good Wife spinoff Elsbeth, and NBC, which is adding three new scripted series as well as unscripted projects including a reality show version of a past game show: Deal or No Deal Island.
    At our last check of the various U.S. trade publications, ABC and Fox were still working through order and renewal decisions, with possible delays is scheduling announcements due to the ongoing writers' strike, while The CW is, as expected, moving towards a new structure focused on unscripted and (so far mainly Canadian) imported series.
  • As first reported by The Globe and Mail's Barry Hertz, Crave will carry the revival of Clone High being produced for Max starting May 23 (and on linear TV starting May 25); the series was not noted in Crave's May monthly listings release. The original 2002 season of the cult-hit animated series was commissioned by MTV, but was animated in Canada by Nelvana, and aired first (and repeatedly) on Teletoon.
    Per MobileSyrup, Crave will only have rights to the revival, not the original season. Corus (owner of both Nelvana and Teletoon) does not appear to have any role in the revival, but likely retains control of Canadian distribution rights to that initial season, which to our recollection has continued to air intermittently on its channels like Adult Swim Canada (but is not airing there currently).
  • In other animated Max Originals news, prequel series Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai will air Friday nights on Cartoon Network Canada starting May 26.

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