Watching This Week #112
Listings for May 29 to June 4, 2023; Corus channels appear set to leave Eastlink.
News about "Judas and the Black Messiah" finally coming to streaming in Canada.
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Welcome to the June 21, 2021 edition of This Week in WCIW, the weekly newsletter from Where Can I Watch – covering the latest news on where TV shows and movies will be available in Canada.
With the big fall schedule announcements out of the way, but no full listings from the streaming services for July yet, we'll keep things fairly brief.
Just as an aside, we do get questions and suggestions from readers via email and Twitter. In many cases, we've had the opportunity to respond to them directly, but we do think many of these questions would be of wider interest. So please consider this an open invitation to send your questions about TV and streaming programming in Canada to email@example.com.
We cannot promise we'll answer all questions received, but going forward, some of general interest may be addressed in future newsletters, unless specifically marked "not for publication". Questions will be credited by first name and last initial, again unless specifically requested.
We've added new posts about Kevin Can F**k Himself (which premiered in Canada last night on AMC) and Evil (season 2 of which premiered in the U.S. yesterday on Paramount+, but is not yet available in Canada).
We've also updated posts about The Little Things (now available on Crave) and Judas and the Black Messiah (as mentioned above).
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