Posted January 1, 2024 • Last updated January 13, 2024

What's new on Canadian streaming & TV in January 2024?

Premieres in January include Apple’s “Masters of the Air”, the new Peacock “Ted” series, a new season of “True Detective”, and the beginning of a return to normalcy on broadcast TV.

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Hello, and happy new year to those who celebrate. It's time for our monthly summary of notable new programming coming to streaming services and TV channels in Canada.

This is not a complete list, but where practical we will provide links to fuller information. While we do mention a few reality and documentary shows and the like, our main focus is on notable scripted programming.

Scheduled release dates are those indicated by the providers and are subject to change. Prices are listed by WCIW for convenience, and are likewise subject to change. Listed prices do not include any applicable sales taxes, which vary by province. The web version of this post may be updated occasionally during the month, though we cannot commit to updating everything that might be added or changed.


Netflix costs between $5.99 (for Standard with Ads, with HD streaming on a single device at a time) and $20.99 (for Premium, with ad-free multi-device 4K streaming) per month in Canada. Features and pricing may vary for certain pre-existing subscribers.

Netflix Canada posts its monthly listings on social media. Where necessary, we've cross-referenced against other sources.

Because of the sheer amount of content Netflix releases each month, we've sometimes been more judicious with the number of items listed compared to other services, so we encourage you to consult the service regularly if you're waiting on a specific program. These lists also do not always cover all international programming available in Canada.

New programs are normally released at 3:00 a.m. ET (midnight PT) on the date indicated, unless otherwise noted.

Notable original series

  • Fool Me Once (British limited drama series adaptation of the novel by Harlan Coben, starring Michelle Keegan and Richard Armitage) – Monday, Jan. 1
  • The Brothers Sun (dark comedy-action series created by Brad Falchuk and Byron Wu, starring Michelle Yeoh and Justin Chien) – Thursday, Jan. 4
  • Gyeongseong Creature (remaining three episodes of the South Korean series) – Friday, Jan. 5
  • The Trust: A Game of Greed (reality competition series hosted by Brooke Baldwin) – Wednesdays from Jan. 10 to 24 (multiple episodes weekly)
  • Boy Swallows Universe (Australian drama limited series based on the novel by Trent Dalton, starring Travis Fimmel and Simon Baker) – Thursday, Jan. 11
  • Sonic Prime ("chapter 3") – Thursday, Jan. 11
  • Love on the Spectrum U.S. (season 2) – Friday, Jan. 19
  • Not Quite Narwhal (season 2) – Monday, Jan. 22
  • Queer Eye (season 8 of the 2018–present series) – Wednesday, Jan. 24
  • Griselda (crime drama miniseries starring Sofía Vergara as Colombian drug lord Griselda Blanco) – Thursday, Jan. 25
  • Masters of the Universe: Revolution (sequel limited series to the 1983–85 He-Man animated series and its 2021 follow-up Revelation) – Thursday, Jan. 25
  • Mighty Bheem's Playtime (apparently a spin-off of the Indian animated series Mighty Little Bheem) – Monday, Jan. 29

Notable exclusive-distribution "original" series

  • Delicious in Dungeon (Japanese [Tokyo MX] anime series) – premieres in Japan on Thursday, Jan. 4; listed by Netflix as "coming soon"
  • Champion (British [BBC One] musical drama series created by Candice Carty-Williams, starring Déja J Bowens and Malcolm Kamulete) – Thursday, Jan. 11
  • The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse (part 1 of the Japanese [TBS] anime series) – Wednesday, Jan. 31

Notable original (or exclusive-distribution "original") films

  • Society of the Snow [La sociedad de la nieve] (Spanish-Uruguayan thriller film based on the book by Pablo Vierci about the 1972 Andes flight disaster, with a large ensemble cast) – Thursday, Jan. 4
  • Good Grief (comedy-drama film written and directed by and starring Dan Levy [the Canadian one], also starring Ruth Negga and Himesh Patel) – Friday, Jan. 5
  • The Kitchen (British sci-fi drama film co-written and co-directed by Daniel Kaluuya, starring Kane Robinson) – (probably) Friday, Jan. 12
  • Lift (heist comedy film starring Kevin Hart and Gugu Mbatha-Raw) – Friday, Jan. 12
  • Maboroshi (anime film) – Monday, Jan. 15

Notable documentary films and series

  • You Are What You Eat: A Twin Experiment (health / lifestyle docuseries featuring identical twins) – Monday, Jan. 1
  • Bitconned (true-crime doc about the Centra Tech cryptocurrency scam) – Monday, Jan. 1
  • Break Point (season 2 of the tennis docuseries) – Wednesday, Jan. 10
  • Six Nations: Full Contact (rugby docuseries) – Wednesday, Jan. 24
  • Alexander the Great (docudrama series about the ancient Greek ruler) – Wednesday, Jan. 31

Notable comedy specials

  • Rachid Badouri: Les fleurs du tapis – Thursday, Jan. 18
  • Jacqueline Novak: Get On Your Knees – Tuesday, Jan. 23
  • Jack Whitehall: Settle Down – Tuesday, Jan. 30

Notable licensed programming

  • Loudermilk (2017–20 Audience Network comedy series, previously on Prime Video in Canada) – Monday, Jan. 1
  • Mr. D (seasons 1–3 of the 2012–18 CBC comedy series) – Sunday, Jan. 7
  • CoComelon (season 9) – Monday, Jan. 15
  • Uncharted (2022 Sony action film, previously on Prime Video in Canada) – Monday, Jan. 15
  • Umma (2022 Sony horror film, previously [we think] on Prime Video in Canada) – Tuesday, Jan. 16
  • The Blacklist (tenth and final season [2023]) – Friday, Jan. 26


Disney+ is available in Canada in three tiers which cost between $7.99 (standard ad-supported) and $14.99 (premium ad-free with 4K) per month; the ad-free tiers are also available on annual plans. Star, Disney's general entertainment hub which has offerings similar but not identical to Hulu in the U.S., is included at no extra charge in the Canadian service.

Disney+ sends its Canadian monthly listings to media outlets on its mailing list. Despite our efforts, we are not yet getting the Canadian listings, so we have to collate information from outside posts, the reliability of which we unfortunately cannot guarantee. New programs are normally released at 3:00 a.m. ET (midnight PT) on the date indicated, unless otherwise noted.

Notable premiere or new-release films and specials

  • The Last Repair Shop (Searchlight Pictures documentary short about Los Angeles’ musical instrument repair shop for public schoolchildren) – Tuesday, Jan. 23

Notable Disney+ original series

  • Echo (“Marvel Spotlight” series spun off from Hawkeye, starring Alaqua Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio) – Tuesday, Jan. 9 at 9:00 p.m. ET
  • It Was Always Me [Siempre fui yo] (season 2 of the Colombian series) – Wednesday, Jan. 17
  • Choir (docuseries focusing on the Detroit Youth Choir) – Wednesday, Jan. 31
  • Marvel Studios Assembled (“The Making of Echo”) – Wednesday, Jan. 31
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Tuesdays)

Notable Star original or exclusive series

  • Ishura (anime series) – Wednesdays starting Jan. 3
  • Daughters of the Cult (Hulu / ABC News Studios true crime docuseries) – Thursday, Jan. 11
  • Death and Other Details (Hulu drama series starring Violett Beane and Mandy Patinkin) – Tuesdays starting Jan. 16 (two-episode premiere)
  • A Shop for Killers (South Korean drama series) – Wednesdays starting Jan. 17 (multiple episodes weekly)
  • Cristóbal Balenciaga (Spanish biographical drama series, starring Alberto San Juan as the famed fashion designer) – Friday, Jan. 19
  • Superhot: The Spicy World of Pepper People (docuseries narrated by Ben Schwartz) – Monday, Jan. 22
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Tell Me That You Love Me (Mondays and Tuesdays through Jan. 16); Dragons of Wonderhatch (Wednesdays through Jan. 24); Undead Unluck (Wednesdays); Maestra: Strings of Truth (Saturdays and Sundays through Jan. 14); The Simpsons (most Sundays)

Notable library programming

  • American Horror Story (season 12, part 1: “Delicate”) – Monday, Jan. 1
  • Hamster & Gretel (season 1 of the Disney Channel animated series) – Wednesday, Jan. 3
  • Incredible Animal Journeys (season 1 of the Nat Geo series) – Wednesday, Jan. 3
  • Science Fair: The Series (season 1 of the Nat Geo series) – Wednesday, Jan. 10
  • Bluey (new season 3 episodes) – Friday, Jan. 12
  • America’s Funniest Home Videos (seasons 24, 25, 26 [2014–16] of the ABC series) – Wednesday, Jan. 17
  • The Ghost and Molly McGee (season 2) – Wednesday, Jan. 17
  • A Real Bug’s Life (season 1 of the Nat Geo series) – Wednesday, Jan. 24
  • SuperKitties (season 1 of the Disney Junior series) – Wednesday, Jan. 24
  • Mickey Mouse Funhouse (season 2) – Wednesday, Jan. 31


Bell Media's Crave offers multiple direct-subscription plans ranging between $9.99 (single-device ad-supported streaming up to 720p quality) and $19.99 (multi-device ad-free streaming up to 4K quality). Prices and offerings may vary for pre-existing subscribers or when subscribing through a TV provider.

Starz, which is also operated in Canada by Bell Media, is available as a $5.99 per month add-on to Crave's direct subscriptions, and is also available separately through Prime Video Channels, Apple TV Channels, and TV providers.

Crave's full list of arrivals is posted on Bell Media's press site. New programs are normally released at midnight ET on the date indicated (equivalent to 9:00 p.m. PT on the previous date), though some (including HBO Max programs) may be released at 3:00 a.m. ET, and others (including mainline HBO programs) are released simultaneously with their linear premieres at the indicated times (in p.m. ET unless otherwise marked).

Crave / Bell Media original programming

  • The Emperor (season 2 of the French-language series) – Wednesdays starting Jan. 3
  • F2: Forensic Factor (seasons 1–7 of the Discovery Channel Canada series) – Friday, Jan. 19
  • Late Bloomer (semi-autobiographical comedy series created by and starring content creator Jasmeet Raina) – Fridays starting Jan. 19 (two episodes weekly)
  • 299 Queen Street West (documentary directed by Sean Menard about the music videos era of MuchMusic) – Friday, Jan. 26
  • Transplant (fourth and final season of the CTV series) – Friday, Jan. 26

HBO original programming

  • Going to Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project (documentary about the artist and social commentator) – Monday, Jan. 9
  • True Detective (season 4: Night Country, this time set in Alaska and starring Jodie Foster and Kali Reis) – Sundays at 9:00 starting Jan. 14
  • Weekly topical programming (new episodes air "live" on the HBO linear channel and are posted on-demand the next day): Real Time with Bill Maher (Fridays at 10:00 p.m. ET – season 22 premieres Jan. 19) [Last Week Tonight returns in February]

[HBO] Max original programming

  • On the Roam (travelogue-ish docuseries “through the lens of craftsmanship” with Jason Momoa) – Thursdays starting Jan. 18 (two episodes weekly)

New / recent release movies

  • Angry Neighbors (2022 comedy film starring Frank Langella and Stockard Channing, via Lionsgate; already on Starz) – Friday, Jan. 5
  • Decision to Leave (2022 South Korean neo-noir romantic mystery film starring Tang Wei, via Mubi) – Friday, Jan. 5
  • Joy Ride (2023 comedy film starring Ashley Park and Sherry Cola, via Lionsgate; already on Starz) – Friday, Jan. 5
  • Death of a Ladies’ Man (2021 Canadian-Irish comedy-drama film, starring Gabriel Byrne and Jessica Paré, via Mongrel) – Thursday, Jan. 18
  • The Equalizer 3 (2023 action-thriller sequel starring Denzel Washington, via Sony) – Friday, Jan. 19
  • North of Normal (2022 Canadian drama film starring Sarah Gadon and Robert Carlyle, via Elevation) – Friday, Jan. 19
  • Polaris (2022 Canadian action film starring Viva Lee) – Friday, Jan. 19
  • So Much Tenderness (2022 Canadian drama film starring Noëlle Schönwald, via Mongrel) – Friday, Jan. 19
  • Confidential Informant (2023 thriller film starring Dominic Purcell and Mel Gibson, via Lionsgate; already on Starz) – Friday, Jan. 26

Notable library movies

  • The Hangover (2009) – Monday, Jan. 1
  • The Hateful Eight (2015 Quentin Tarantino film) – Tuesday, Jan. 2
  • The Karate Kid II (1986), The Karate Kid III (1989), and The Karate Kid (2010 reboot) [the 1984 original film is also listed as being added to Starz but not Crave] – Friday, Jan. 12
  • Additional Nordic films from Viaplay Select – all being added Thursday, Jan. 18
    • A Man Called Ove (2015; inspired the 2022 film A Man Called Otto, also on Crave)
    • A Somewhat Gentle Man (2010)
    • As It Is in Heaven (2004)
    • Beyond (2010)
    • Call Girl (2012)
    • The Marco Effect (2021)
    • This Life (2012)
    • Those Left Behind (2022)
    • Wildland (2020)

Other notable licensed programming

  • House of Kardashian (Sky UK docuseries about the Kardashian-Jenner family) – Monday, Jan. 1
  • The Traitors (UK season 2) – multiple episodes weekly starting Wednesday, Jan. 3
  • RuPaul’s Drag Race (season 16) – Fridays at 9:30 starting Jan. 5
  • The Traitors (U.S. season 2) – premieres Friday, Jan. 12; either Thursday nights or Fridays thereafter
  • Additional Nordic series from Viaplay Select (all first/single season only unless indicated) – all being added Thursday, Jan. 18
    • 100 Code
    • Acquitted
    • Anna Pihl (seasons 1–2)
    • Black Lake
    • The Copenhagen Killer
    • Crime Scene Sweden
    • Dicte
    • The Eagle
    • Eagles (seasons 1–2)
    • Hammarvik (seasons 1–2)
    • In the Mind of a Murderer (seasons 1–2)
    • In the Mind of a Perpetrator (seasons 1–2)
    • Johan Falk (seasons 1–2)
    • The Legacy
    • A Murderer Goes Missing
    • The Preacher’s Dark Side
    • The Protectors
    • Real Humans
    • Ride Upon the Storm
    • The Team
    • The Third Eye
    • Until Death Do Us Part
    • Young and Promising
  • Inspector Gadget (season 2 of the reboot series) – Saturday, Jan. 20
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Börje (Wednesdays through Jan. 24); Veneno 2: Dressed in Blue (Sundays)

Notable new programming on Starz

  • Cobweb (2023 Lionsgate horror film) – Friday, Jan. 12
  • Vigil (season 2) – Fridays starting Jan. 12
  • Corner Office (2023 Lionsgate comedy-drama film starring John Hamm and Danny Pudi) – Friday, Jan. 19
  • Hightown (third and final season) – Fridays starting Jan. 26
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Godfather of Harlem (Fridays through Jan. 12)

Prime Video

Amazon's streaming service, Prime Video, is only available in Canada as part of an Amazon Prime membership, which is $9.99 per month or $99.00 per year, with a one-month trial available in most areas for first-time subscribers. Prime Video itself is ad-free (until at least January 29, when it will become ad-supported by default in at least the U.S. with an additional monthly fee required to avoid ads; a similar change has been announced as taking place in Canada at the same time or shortly thereafter). More programs may be available through add-on channels (some of which are ad-supported) at additional monthly costs.

Prime Video's full monthly listings for Canada are emailed directly to us, among other media outlets.

Original (or exclusive Canadian distribution) programming

  • James May: Our Man in... (travelogue series, season 3: India) – Friday, Jan. 5
  • LOL: Laugh Out Loud Quebec [LOL: Qui rira le dernier?] (season 2) – Friday, Jan. 5
  • Hello Kitty: Super Style! (season 9) – Tuesday, Jan. 9
  • Girl's Play (apparently a 2017 Japanese film originally titled Jojoen, though Amazon PR has occasionally mixed these things up in the past) – Thursday, Jan. 11
  • Role Play (original action comedy film starring Kaley Cuoco and David Oyelowo) – Friday, Jan. 12
  • Drag Den with Manila Luzon (season 2 of the Filipino drag competition series) – Thursdays starting Jan. 18
  • Hazbin Hotel (A24-produced adult animated musical series featuring the voices of Erika Henningsen and Stephanie Beatriz) – Fridays starting Jan. 19
  • Indian Police Force (Hindi-language cop drama series) – Friday, Jan. 19
  • LOL: Last One Laughing Ireland (yet another edition of the format, hosted by Graham Norton) – Friday, Jan. 19
  • Kevin James: Irregardless (stand-up comedy special) – Tuesday, Jan. 23
  • Chosen One: Alexandre Daigle (hockey documentary about the former player, co-produced with NHL Productions) – Friday, Jan. 26
  • Expats (Hong Kong-set drama series starring Nicole Kidman and Sarayu Blue) – Fridays starting Jan. 26

New-release films

  • The Marsh King's Daughter (2023 psychological thriller starring Daisy Ridley and Ben Mendelsohn, via STX?) – Tuesday, Jan. 2
  • Foe (2023 Amazon MGM sci-fi thriller starring Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal) – Friday, Jan. 5
  • Tiger 3 (2023 Indian action thriller film) – Saturday, Jan. 6
  • Dumb Money (2023 biographical comedy-drama about the 2021 GameStop short squeeze, starring Paul Dano, Pete Davidson, and Vincent D'Onofrio, via Elevation) – Saturday, Jan. 13
  • Retribution (2023 action thriller and a remake of the 2015 Spanish-language film El desconocido, starring Liam Neeson) – Monday, Jan. 22
  • You Hurt My Feelings (2023 comedy-drama film starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Tobias Menzies, via Elevation / A24) – Friday, Jan. 26

Significant departing programming

  • The Twilight Saga, The Hunger Games films, and Mad Men – as of Sunday, Jan. 14
  • Various James Bond films – as of Wednesday, Jan. 31

Note: There is no indication to date of Prime Video Canada carrying the new series version of Zorro that premieres on Prime in the U.S., Latin America, and select other countries on January 19. International distribution is controlled by a French company named Mediawan Rights which has not, to our knowledge, announced any Canadian rights sales.


CBC Gem is free to watch with ads; an ad-free Premium subscription, which also includes access to CBC News Network and early access to certain programs, is available for $4.99 per month. Programs that premiere on the over-the-air CBC Television network are also listed in this section.

CBC Gem's monthly listings are posted in full on the CBC's media website. Other than programs marked as "original" or "premiere", programs may have aired previously in Canada on other services. Indicated premiere dates include seasons that roll out either (a) all at once for all users, (b) weekly for all users, or (c) all at once for Premium subscribers but weekly for other users – the CBC's listings do not distinguish between the cases.

Notable Canadian programming

  • The Nature of Things (season 63, now hosted by Sarika Cullis-Suzuki and Anthony Morgan) – Thursdays starting Jan. 4 [also on CBC TV]
  • Scarborough (2021 film) – Friday, Jan. 5
  • Dino Ranch (season 3) – Saturday, Jan. 6 [should also air on CBC TV]
  • Satan Wants You (Documentary Channel doc about the 1980s-90s “Satanic Panic”) – Sunday, Jan. 7
  • One More Time (workplace comedy series starring D.J. Demers) – Tuesdays starting Jan. 9 [also on CBC TV]
  • Run the Burbs (season 3) – Tuesdays starting Jan. 9 [also on CBC TV]
  • Son of a Critch (season 3) – Tuesdays starting Jan. 9 [also on CBC TV]
  • Wild Cards (procedural crime drama series starring Vanessa Morgan, Giacomo Gianniotti, and occasionally Jason Priestley) – Wednesdays starting Jan. 10 [also on CBC TV, and The CW (U.S.)]
  • Bollywed (season 2 of the docuseries) – Sundays starting Jan. 14 (also on CBC TV)
  • Push (season 2 of the docuseries) – Sundays starting Jan. 14 (also on CBC TV)
  • Compulsive Liar [Menteur] (2019 film) – Friday, Jan. 19
  • The Man Who Stole Einstein’s Brain (Documentary Channel doc about Dr. Thomas Stoltz Harvey, who performed the act while performing the autopsy in 1955) – Sunday, Jan. 21
  • Ghosting with Luke Hutchie and Matthew Finlan (unscripted comedy series) – Friday, Jan. 26
  • Coven (Documentary Channel doc about “three millennial women [who] explore what it means to identify as a witch in today’s world”) – Sunday, Jan. 28
  • For the Culture with Amanda Parris (docuseries intended "to create space for urgent and provocative conversations that centre Blackness and Black folks") – Tuesday, Jan. 30

Notable premiere international programmg

  • Ghosts (season 5 Christmas special [and series finale] of the UK series) – Tuesday, Dec. 26*
  • Grand Designs Australia (season 10, part 2) – Monday, Jan. 1
  • Escape to the Country (first set of season 30 episodes) – Wednesday, Jan. 10
  • Summer Love (Australian [ABC] comedy-drama anthology series) – Friday, Jan. 12
  • In Limbo (Australian [ABC] comedy series) – Wednesday, Jan. 24

Other notable international programming

  • Booksmart (2019 film) – Monday, Jan. 1
  • Younger (season 4) – Wednesday, Jan. 3
  • DI Ray (season 1 of the British [ITV] drama series, released in 2022) – Friday, Jan. 5
  • Colin from Accounts (season 1 of the Paramount-distributed Australian comedy series, previously released in Canada on Citytv+) – Wednesday, Jan. 17
  • 120 BPM [120 battements par minute] (2017 French film) – Friday, Jan. 26

Note: CBC also indicates that Belgravia: The Next Chapter (premiering this month in the U.S. on MGM+), My Mum Your Dad (the British version of the short-lived HBO Max / Crave series), and Poker Face (presumably the Paramount-distributed Natasha Lyonne series that previously aired on Citytv) will all be added starting in February.


The streaming service from Paramount Global is available in Canada for $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year, directly through its own website and apps, or as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV. Some, but not all, programming from Paramount's linear TV brands including Showtime is available on the service, as pre-existing agreements with other broadcasters wind down or are restructured.

We receive monthly listings for Paramount+ from the service's Canadian representatives.

Notable original or exclusive programming

  • The Changemakers (docuseries about "impassioned campaigners" from around the world) – Monday, Jan. 1
  • FBI True (season 4) – Friday, Jan. 5 (possibly weekly)
  • Self Reliance (direct-to-streaming comedy thriller film written and directed by and starring Jake Johnson, also starring Anna Kendrick and Natalie Morales [not the journalist]; being released on Hulu in the U.S. on Jan. 3 but distributed internationally by Paramount) – Friday, Jan. 12
  • June (Sony-produced documentary about musician June Carter Cash) – Tuesday, Jan. 16
  • Sexy Beast (prequel series to the 2000 crime film, starring James McArdle and Emun Elliott; not to be confused with the BBC / Netflix reality series Sexy Beasts) – Thursdays starting Jan. 25

Showtime original programming

Paramount+ currently only carries Showtime programs that premiered from January 2023 onwards, as well as certain library programs.

  • The Woman in the Wall (British mystery drama series starring Ruth Wilson and Daryl McCormack; co-produced with BBC One, which aired the series in August) – Fridays starting Jan. 19
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: The Curse (Fridays through Jan. 12)

New- and recent-release films

  • Scarborough (2021 Canadian drama film, previously on Crave) – Wednesday, Jan. 3
  • Shortcomings (2023 comedy-drama film directed by Randall Park, starring Justin H. Min and Sherry Cola, via Mongrel / Sony Pictures Classics) – Friday, Jan. 19
  • The Lebanese Burger Mafia (2023 documentary by Omar Mouallem about the remnants of Alberta's Burger Baron chain, via LevelFilm) – Friday, Jan. 26

Notable library / licensed programming

  • Criminal Minds (season 15 [2020]) – Tuesday, Jan. 9
  • Epic Animal Migrations: Patagonia (2023 Smithsonian Channel documentary special) – Wednesday, Jan. 10
  • Baywatch (2017 Paramount-distributed film) – Tuesday, Jan. 16
  • Lucky! (2022 docuseries about former Formula One head Bernie Ecclestone) – Friday, Jan. 19
  • Twin Peaks (1990–91 ABC series) and Twin Peaks: The Return (2017 Showtime revival) – Friday, Jan. 19
  • Airplane! (surely the 1980 Zucker-Abrahams-Zucker comedy film) – Tuesday, Jan. 23
  • Dexter: New Blood (2021–22 Showtime sequel miniseries) – Tuesday, Jan. 30

Notable new programming elsewhere

Compiled from a variety of public media resources as well as listings emailed directly to WCIW.

Linear television (with streaming options where available)

  • Multiple networks
    • Professional Women’s Hockey League (PWHL) – inaugural game on CBC, TSN and Sportsnet on Jan. 1; coverage throughout the season on those channels as well as streaming-only games on CBC Gem, TSN+, and YouTube
  • CTV / CTV2
    • Scripted series: Night Court (S2 – Tuesdays starting Jan. 2); Only Murders in the Building (S1 of the Hulu / Disney+ Canada series – Tuesdays starting Jan. 2); La Brea (third and final season – Tuesdays on CTV2 starting Jan. 9); Sight Unseen (original crime drama series – Sunday, Jan. 21; Mondays thereafter)
    • Unscripted series: America’s Got Talent: Fantasy League (Mondays starting Jan. 1); Gordon Ramsay’s Road Trip: Spanish Vacation (Thursdays, Jan. 11 and 18); Next Level Chef (S3 – Sunday, Jan. 28; Thursdays thereafter)
    • Ongoing series: Celebrity Jeopardy! (S2 semifinals / final Tuesdays, Jan. 2–23); Magnum P.I. (final two episodes Jan. 3); Transplant (final three episodes Fridays, Jan. 5–19); Battle of the Generations (dates TBD)
    • Additional series premiering / returning in February and March; see press release for further details
  • Global (also on StackTV)
    • Unscripted series: The Floor (Rob Lowe-hosted quiz show –Tuesdays starting Jan. 2); We Are Family (Anthony Anderson-hosted music game show – Wednesdays starting Jan. 3); I Can See Your Voice (S3 – Wednesdays starting Jan. 3)
    • Most scripted series premiere or return in February; see press release for further details
  • Citytv (also on Citytv+)
    • Scripted series: Chicago Med / Fire / PD (new seasons – Wednesdays starting Jan. 17); Law & Order / SVU / Organized Crime (new seasons – Thursdays starting Jan. 18)
  • PBS (most programs streaming in Canada via PBS Passport for station members; most dramas also available via the PBS Masterpiece channel on Prime Video)
    • Masterpiece: Miss Scarlet & the Duke (S4 – Sundays starting Jan. 7); All Creatures Great and Small (S4 – Sundays starting Jan. 7)
    • Other series: Funny Woman (British series previously aired on W Network in Canada – Sundays starting Jan. 7)
  • Showcase (also on StackTV)
    • Series: Dr. Death (S2 – Sundays starting Jan. 7); Ted (film prequel series produced for Peacock – Thursdays starting Jan. 11); Unwanted (Sky Italia drama series – Fridays starting Jan. 12)
  • W Network (also on StackTV)
    • Series: Gold Diggers (Australian period comedy series – Mondays starting Jan. 1); When Calls the Heart (S8 [previously aired on Super Channel] – Sundays starting Jan. 7); Smothered (Sky UK rom-com series – Mondays starting Jan. 8); The Way Home (S2 – Sundays starting Jan. 21)
  • FX (also on Citytv+)
    • Series: Feud (S2: Capote vs. the Swans, starring Naomi Watts and Tom Hollander – Wednesdays starting Jan. 31)
  • BBC First
    • Game shows: Jeopardy! (new British [ITV] version hosted by Stephen Fry – Wednesdays starting Jan. 10)
  • Hollywood Suite
    • New Canadian films: Adult Adoption (drama); The Beehive (sci-fi); A Girl, a Boy, a Penny, and a Very Very Very Long Road (all on demand Jan. 1)
  • Super Channel (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV): see premieres listing on the service's website

Streaming services

  • AMC+ (available on Prime Video and Apple TV) – starts at $6.99 per month (ad-supported version)
    • Series: Sanctuary: A Witch’s Tale (limited series based on the novel by V.V. James, starring Elaine Cassidy – Thursdays starting Jan. 4; also on Sundance Now); Monsieur Spade (mystery series starring Clive Owen as Sam Spade – Sundays starting Jan. 14; also on AMC TV)
  • Apple TV+ – $12.99 per month
    • Series: Criminal Record (British thriller miniseries starring Peter Capaldi and Cush Jumbo – Wednesdays starting Jan. 10); Masters of the Air (war drama miniseries co-produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg – Fridays starting Jan. 26)
  • BritBox (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV) – $9.99 per month
    • Original / exclusive: The Jonathan Ross Show (2023 Christmas special – Friday, Jan. 5); Blind Spot (thriller miniseries – Wednesday, Jan. 10); Father Brown (S11 – Tuesdays starting Jan. 23)
    • Library: Monday Monday (2009 comedy-drama series – Monday, Jan. 15); Royal Autopsy with Alice Roberts (2022 doc miniseries – Thursday, Jan. 18); The Repair Show (S1-2 of the 2007–present BBC docuseries – Thursday, Jan. 25); Murderland (2009 drama miniseries starring Robbie Coltrane – Monday, Jan. 29)

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