Posted January 15, 2024 • Last updated January 15, 2024

Watching This Week #137

Listings for Jan. 15-21, 2024; why our newsletters are going on hiatus for the next few months.

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Welcome to the January 15, 2024, 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 will also be the last edition of this newsletter for the next few months, as we'll explain after this week's listings.

What's new this week – January 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
    • Series: CoComelon (season 9 – Monday); Love on the Spectrum U.S. (season 2 – Friday)
    • Films: Maboroshi (anime film – Monday); Uncharted (2022 action film – Monday); Umma (2022 horror film – Tuesday)
    • Stand-up: Rachid Badouri: Les fleurs du tapis (Thursday)
  • Disney+
    • Series: Death and Other Details (Hulu drama – Tuesdays); It Was Always Me (season 2 – Wednesday); A Shop for Killers (Korean drama – Wednesdays); Cristóbal Balenciaga (Spanish bio-drama – Friday)
    • Library: America’s Funniest Home Videos (seasons 24–25 – Wednesday); The Ghost and Molly McGee (season 2 – Wednesday)
  • Crave
    • HBO / Max originals: On the Roam (Jason Momoa docuseries – Thursdays); Real Time with Bill Maher (season 22 – Fridays)
    • Viaplay Select: Multiple additional films and series, including A Man Called Ove (2015), being added Thursday
    • Films: Death of a Ladies’ Man (2021 Canadian-Irish comedy-drama – Thursday); The Equalizer 3 (2023 action sequel – Friday); North of Normal (2022 Canadian drama – Friday); Polaris (2022 Canadian action film – Friday); So Much Tenderness (2022 Canadian drama – Friday)
  • Prime Video
    • Series: Drag Den with Manila Luzon (season 2 – Thursdays); Hazbin Hotel (adult animated musical series – Fridays); Indian Police Force (Hindi-language series – Friday); LOL: Last One Laughing Ireland (hosted by Graham Norton – Friday)
    • Docs: Dance Life (Australian docuseries – Friday*)
  • CBC Gem
    • Series: Colin from Accounts (season 1 – Wednesday)
    • Films: Menteur (2019 film – Friday)
    • Docs: The Man Who Stole Einstein’s Brain (about Dr. Thomas Stoltz Harvey – Sunday)
  • Paramount+ (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV)
    • Series: The Woman in the Wall (BBC / Showtime mystery drama – Fridays)
    • Films: Shortcomings (2023 comedy-drama – Friday)
    • Docs: June (about June Carter Cash – Tuesday); Lucky! (2022 Bernie Ecclestone docuseries – Friday)
    • Library: Twin Peaks (1990–91 original and 2017 revival – Friday)
  • BritBox (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV)
    • Library: Monday Monday (2009 comedy-drama series – Monday); Royal Autopsy with Alice Roberts (2022 doc miniseries – Thursday)
  • CTV
    • Series: Sight Unseen (original crime drama series – "preview" Sunday; Mondays thereafter)
  • Citytv (also on Citytv+)
    • Series: One Chicago franchise (Wednesdays); Law & Order franchise (Thursdays)
  • W Network (also on StackTV)
    • Series: The Way Home (S2 – Sundays)
  • AMC (available on AMC+ on Prime Video and Apple TV):
    • Series: Monsieur Spade (mystery series starring Clive Owen as Sam Spade – Sundays starting Jan. 14*)
  • Starz (also available as an add-on/channel on Crave, Prime Video, and Apple TV)
    • Films: Corner Office (2023 Lionsgate comedy-drama – Friday)

Going on hiatus

After careful consideration, I’ve decided to put my work on WCIW’s weekly and monthly newsletters on hiatus until at least the end of April (i.e., in time for a potential May monthly listings roundup). 

As much as I've enjoyed working on this site, the simple fact is that other priorities – including caring for my still-new, very cute, child – have made it difficult to give WCIW the attention it deserves. We are expecting minor changes to our family schedule in the spring; at that point, I will assess whether those will allow me to resume regular newsletters.

In the meantime, I may get around to updating some existing posts – like that one about Only Murders in the Building in which we said it probably wouldn't come to network TV (whoops!) – or adding new single-program posts, but I can’t make any promises.

Regardless, it is my current intention that the site will continue to remain online for the foreseeable future – even if updates remain sparse for now.

For the duration of this hiatus, it will not be possible to take out a new paid subscription to WCIW. However, our Buy Me a Coffee page will remain active. Our email address will also remain active, though replies to programming-related questions during this time will likely be minimal.

For those of you with paid subscriptions to WCIW, you will receive a separate email very shortly after this is sent out, with further information about how that will be handled.

Thanks for reading – we greatly appreciate your support. We'll see you again soon.

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