Posted February 28, 2022 • Last updated March 30, 2022

What's new on Canadian streaming & TV in March 2022?

New arrivals for March, including "Dune", "The Dropout", "Winning Time", "Joe vs. Carole", and more.

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Welcome to the February 28, 2022, edition (#58) 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.

It's time for our monthly summary of notable new programming coming to streaming services and TV channels in Canada.

This is not intended as 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.

Prices are listed by WCIW for convenience, and are subject to change by the providers. 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.

Although these items are included in the listings below, we do want to point to a few specific updates to items mentioned in past newsletters or other posts on WCIW:

  • Contrary to an earlier Bell Media announcement, the Australian series The Tourist (which will be streaming on HBO Max in the U.S.) will in fact be available in Canada on Prime Video, not Crave.
  • In line with a previous announcement from Paramount, South Park will be leaving Crave at the end of March, and will move to Paramount+ in Canada "soon". Paramount+ says it is also adding non-exclusive rights to the pre-2017 Star Trek series and films, which is similar to the arrangement previously in effect for Netflix (Crave also retains streaming rights to the past series for now).
  • The first season of AMC's Kevin Can F**k Himself, which was pulled from AMC+ in Canada a few months after its original airing last summer, will be available on Prime Video starting this month.
  • Interestingly, after several years of the series being exclusive to Corus / Treehouse in Canada (while debuting on HBO or HBO Max in the U.S.), Crave has apparently managed to get streaming rights to past episodes of Sesame Street, starting March 19. (Updated March 30: the 19th came and went without any sign of Sesame Street being available, and it was not mentioned in subsequent weekly updates from Crave.)


Netflix costs between $9.99 and $20.99 per month in Canada, depending on the number of streams and picture quality you need.

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

Because of the sheer amount of content Netflix releases each month, we've typically more judicious with the number of items listed compared to other services, so we encourage you to consult the full lists if there's a program you're waiting on.

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

Notable original series

  • The Guardians of Justice (superhero series created by and starring Adi Shankar) – Tuesday, Mar. 1
  • He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (season 2) – Thursday, Mar. 3
  • Pieces of Her (thriller drama starring Toni Collette) – Friday, March 4
  • The Last Kingdom (season 5) – Wednesday, Mar. 9
  • Formula 1: Drive to Survive (season 4) – Friday, Mar. 11
  • Life After Death with Tyler Henry (docuseries) – Friday, Mar. 11
  • Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives. (docuseries) – Wednesday, Mar. 16
  • Animal (nature docuseries – season 2) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • Human Resources (adult animated series spun off from Big Mouth) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • Is It Cake? (hyperrealistic baking competition series hosted by Mikey Day) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • The Principles of Pleasure (docuseries) – Tuesday, Mar. 22
  • Bridgerton (season 2) – Friday, Mar. 25

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

  • Against the Ice (historical survival film written by and starring Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) – Wednesday, Mar. 2
  • Surviving Paradise: A Family Tale (documentary) – Thursday, Mar. 3
  • The Weekend Away (thriller starring Leighton Meester)– Thursday, Mar. 3
  • The Andy Warhol Diaries (documentary) – Wednesday, Mar. 9
  • The Adam Project (sci-fi film starring Ryan Reynolds) – Friday, Mar. 11
  • Adam by Eve: A Live In Animation (anime film) – Tuesday, Mar. 15
  • Rescued by Ruby (family drama) – Thursday, Mar. 17
  • Black Crab (thriller starring Noomi Rapace) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • Windfall (thriller starring Jason Segal and Lily Collins) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto King (documentary) – Wednesday, Mar. 30

Notable original comedy specials

  • Taylor Tomlinson: Look at You – Tuesday, Mar. 8
  • Catherine Cohen: The Twist...? She's Gorgeous – Tuesday, Mar. 15
  • Jeff Foxworthy: The Good Old Days – Tuesday, Mar. 22
  • Mike Epps: Indiana Mike – Tuesday, Mar. 29

Notable licensed programming

  • Shameless (Showtime series – 11th and final season, previously on Crave) – Sunday, Mar. 6
  • The Invisible Man (2020 Universal film, previously on Crave) – Saturday, Mar. 19
  • The Wedding Year (2019 Entertainment Studios film) – Tuesday, Mar. 22
  • Casual (all four seasons of the 2015–18 Hulu-commissioned, Lionsgate-produced series, previously available in Canada as a "Crave original") – Thursday, Mar. 31
  • Like a Boss (2020 Paramount film, previously on Prime Video) – Thursday, Mar. 31


Disney+ currently costs $11.99 per month, or $119.99 per year, in Canada. Star, its general entertainment hub (with 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. 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

  • West Side Story (2021 adaptation of the musical, directed by Steven Spielberg, starring Ansel Elgort and Rachel Zegler) – Wednesday, Mar. 2
  • Fresh (direct-to-streaming Searchlight / Hulu comedy thriller from producer Adam McKay, starring Daisy Edgar-Jones and Sebastian Stan) – Friday, Mar. 4
  • Turning Red (Pixar animated film directed by Domee Shi, starring the voices of Rosalie Chiang and Sandra Oh, and set in Toronto; skipping previously planned theatrical release) – Friday, Mar. 11
  • Nightmare Alley (2021 Searchlight psychological thriller directed by Guillermo del Toro) – Wednesday, Mar. 16
  • Cheaper by the Dozen (2022 remake of the 1950 and 2003 films, starring Gabrielle Union and Zach Braff) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • The Eyes of Tammy Faye (2021 Searchlight biographical drama about Tammy Faye Bakker, starring Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield) – Wednesday, Mar. 23
  • Olivia Rodrigo: driving home 2 u (documentary about the album Sour) – Friday, Mar. 25

Notable Disney+ original series

  • The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse (season 2, episode 2: "The Wonderful Spring of Mickey Mouse") – Friday, Mar. 25
  • Moon Knight (Marvel Studios series starring Oscar Isaac and Ethan Hawke) – Wednesdays starting Mar. 30
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly (Wednesdays): The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder

Notable Star original series

  • The Dropout (Hulu / Searchlight TV dramatization of the Elizabeth Holmes / Theranos story, starring Amanda Seyfried) – Thursdays starting Mar. 3
  • How I Met Your Father (Hulu / 20th TV spinoff of How I Met Your Mother starring Hilary Duff) – Wednesdays starting Mar. 9
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly (Wednesdays unless otherwise indicated): The Great North; Pam & Tommy (through Mar. 9); Promised Land; Snowdrop; Bob's Burgers / Family Guy / The Simpsons (Sundays: Mar. 13, 20, 27)

Notable library programming

  • Our Kind of People (season 1, previously aired on CTV) – Wednesday, Mar. 2
  • The Call of the Wild (2020 20th Century film, previously on Crave) – Friday, Mar. 4
  • Army Wives (all seven seasons of the 2007–13 Lifetime / ABC Studios drama) – Wednesday, Mar. 9
  • Malcolm in the Middle (seasons 1-5 of the 2000–06 Fox comedy) – Wednesday, Mar. 16
  • Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Defenders, and The Punisher (Netflix-commissioned Marvel Television series originally released 2015–19) – Wednesday, Mar. 16, per multiple reports
  • Dirt (2007–08 FX / ABC Studios series) – Wednesday, Mar. 23
  • A wide variety of National Geographic Channel series and specials – Wednesday, Mar. 30
  • Queens (season 1, previously aired on CTV) – Wednesday, Mar. 30
  • Scream Queens (2015–16 Ryan Murphy / Fox series) – Wednesday, Mar. 30


Bell Media's Crave costs between $9.99 and $19.99 per month via direct subscription, depending on the number of streams, device support, and picture quality you need. The price may vary 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. Starz is dealt with in a separate section below.

Crave / Bell Media original programming

  • Children Ruin Everything (season 1 of the CTV sitcom) – added on Friday, Feb. 26 (not announced in February arrivals)
  • Underground Railroad: The Secret History (docuseries previously aired on Discovery Canada) – Friday, Mar. 4
  • Letterkenney: International Women's Day (special episode of the long-running Crave comedy series) – Tuesday, Mar. 8
  • A Criminal Affair [Une affaire criminelle] (French-language crime drama starring Céline Bonnier and Louis-Philipe Dandeneault, available with English subtitles) – Wednesday, March 23 and 30 (four episodes each week)
  • Holmes Family Rescue (2021 CTV reality series) – Friday, Mar. 25
  • Sam Roberts Band Presents: All of Us (special about the 2020 album?) – Monday, Mar. 28
  • Transplant (season 2 of the CTV drama) – Tuesday, Mar. 29
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Too Much Love (Tuesdays through Mar. 15); Astrid & Lilly Save the World (Wednesdays at 10:00 p.m. ET through Mar. 30)

HBO original programming

  • The Larry David Story (two-part documentary about the comedian/writer/producer and star of Curb Your Enthusiasm; premiere rescheduled from November) – Tuesday, Mar. 1 at 9:00 p.m. ET (now postponed again)
  • Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty (drama based on the Los Angeles Lakers' "Showtime era" from executive producer Adam McKay, starring a large ensemble cast including John C. Reilly, Quincy Isaiah, and Sally Field) – Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET starting Mar. 6
  • Undercurrent: The Disappearance of Kim Wall (two-part documentary about the death of the Swedish journalist, also the subject of the 2020 Danish drama The Investigation which also aired on HBO/Crave) – Tuesday, Mar. 8 at 9:00 p.m. ET
  • Phoenix Rising (two-part documentary about Evan Rachel Wood and California's Phoenix Act) – Tuesday, Mar. 15 at 9:00 p.m. ET
  • Folklore (HBO Asia series – season 2) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • How to Survive a Pandemic (documentary) – Tuesday, Mar. 29 at 9:00 p.m. ET
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Painting with John (Fridays at 11:00 p.m. ET through Mar. 25); The Gilded Age (Mondays at 9:00 p.m. ET through Mar. 21); My Brilliant Friend (Mondays at 10:00 p.m. ET)
  • 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 except Mar. 4); Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (Sundays at 11:00 p.m. ET except Mar. 20)

HBO Max original programming

  • Our Flag Means Death (period pirate comedy starring Rhys Darby and Taika Waititi) – Thursdays from Mar. 3 to 24 (multiple episodes per week; ten episodes total)
  • Minx (1970s-set comedy starring Ophelia Lovibond and Jake Johnson) – Thursdays starting Mar. 17 (two episodes per week)
  • DMZ (miniseries from executive producer Ava DuVernay based on the Vertigo comic book series, starring Rosario Dawson and Benjamin Bratt) – Thursday, Mar. 17 (in full)
  • Starstruck (season 2) – Thursday, Mar. 24 (in full, per Crave linear listings)
  • Julia (drama based on the life of Julia Child, starring Sarah Lancashire and David Hyde Pierce) – Thursdays starting Mar. 31 (multiple episodes per week; ten episodes total)
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Raised by Wolves (Thursdays through Mar. 17)

Showtime original programming

  • The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth (season 7) – Sundays at 8:00 p.m. ET starting Mar. 6
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Billions (Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET); Super Pumped (Sundays at 10:00 p.m. ET)

New / recent release movies

  • Die in a Gunfight (2021 crime thriller via Lionsgate; already on Starz) – Friday, Mar. 4
  • F9 (a.k.a. Fast & Furious 9 or F9: The Fast Saga, starring Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, and many others, via Universal) – Friday, Mar. 4
  • Playmobil: The Movie (2019 animated film, via Elevation, previously on Prime Video) – Friday, Mar. 4
  • The Exchange (2021 Canadian co-produced film written by Tim Long, starring Ed Oxenbould and Avan Jogia, via Elevation, partially funded by Crave) – Friday, Mar. 11
  • Best Sellers (2021 Canadian co-produced film starring Michael Caine and Aubrey Plaza, via Mongrel, partially funded by Crave) – Friday, Mar. 11
  • The Gateway (2021 crime thriller via Lionsgate; already on Starz) – Friday, Mar. 11
  • Gone Mom: The Disappearance of Jennifer Dulos (2021 Canadian made-for-Lifetime film) – Friday, Mar. 11
  • Rogue Hostage (2021 film starring Tyrese Gibson and John Malkovich, via Vertical) – Friday, Mar. 11
  • Beans (2020 Canadian drama directed by Tracey Deer, starring Kiawenti:io Tarbell, via Mongrel) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • Dune (2021 sci-fi adaptation of the Frank Herbert novel, directed by Denis Villeneuve, starring Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, and many others, via Warner Bros.) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • Imperfect High (2021 made-for-Lifetime film) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • Dawn, Her Dad and the Tractor (2021 Canadian film) – Friday, Mar. 25
  • Midway (2019 war film, via Elevation) – Friday, Mar. 25
  • Moonshot (2021 made-for-streaming sci-fi rom-com starring Cole Sprouse, Lana Condor, and Zach Braff, via Warner Bros.) – Friday, Mar. 31

New release short films

  • Water Walker (Canadian short film) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • Flashback (Canadian short film) – Saturday, Mar. 19

Notable library movies

  • Various past Oscar-winning movies added throughout the month, including Good Will Hunting (Mar. 4), Life of Pi (Mar. 4), Million Dollar Baby (Mar. 11), 2001: A Space Odyssey (Mar. 18), A Beautiful Mind (Mar. 18), The Hurt Locker (Mar. 25), and Inception (Mar. 25)
  • Catwoman (Razzie award recipient for worst picture of 2004) – Friday, Mar. 4
  • The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (2004 Peter Jackson film, and third in the trilogy [the other two are already available on Crave]) – Friday, Mar. 11
  • Various past Denis Villeneuve films, including Arrival, Enemy, Incendies, and Prisoners – Friday, Mar. 18
  • Blade Runner (1982 Ridley Scott film; presumably the rights to the Villeneuve-directed sequel weren't available?) – Friday, Mar. 18

Other notable licensed programming

  • Star Trek: Picard (season 2) – Thursdays starting Mar. 3 (also on CTV Sci-Fi)
  • Sesame Street (season 51, and a separate "classic episodes" collection, from the long-running PBS / HBO Max children's series; season 51 previously aired in Canada by Treehouse in 2020–21) – Saturday, March 19 (Not released as per original schedule, it's unclear why this changed)
  • Law & Order (seasons 6-10 of the long-running NBC series, originally aired in Canada on BBS/CTV from 1995–2000) – Friday, March 25
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: RuPaul's Drag Race: UK vs. the World (Tuesdays at 5:01 p.m. ET through Mar. 8); Star Trek: Discovery (Fridays at 9:00 p.m. ET); RuPaul's Drag Race (Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ET); Killing Eve (Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET)

Notable new programming on Starz

  • Shining Vale (horror comedy series starring Courteney Cox and Greg Kinnear) – Sundays starting Mar. 6
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Power Book Ⅳ: Force (Sundays)

Notable departures

  • Various Just for Laughs "... & Friends" specials – Monday, Mar. 14
  • South Park (seasons 1–23) – Thursday, Mar. 31 [Paramount+ has confirmed the series will move there in Canada in the near future]

Prime Video

Amazon's streaming service, Prime Video, is only available in Canada as part of an Amazon Prime membership, which is $7.99 per month or $79.00 per year, with a one-month trial available in most areas for first-time subscribers. More programs may be available through add-on channels 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

  • The Boys Presents: Diabolical (animated anthology series set in the universe of the adult superhero series) – Friday, March 4
  • Lucy and Desi (documentary directed by Amy Poehler about Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz; not to be confused with the recent Prime Video dramatization Being the Ricardos) – Friday, March 4
  • 57th Academy of Country Music Awards (hosted by Dolly Parton, Jimmie Allen, and Gabby Barrett) – live on Monday, March 7 at 8:00 p.m. ET
  • The Tourist (Australia-set thriller series starring Jamie Dornan; co-commissioned by BBC / Stan / HBO Max but distributed internationally by All3Media) – Fridays starting March 11
  • Upload (season 2) – Fridays starting March 11
  • Mind the Malhotras (season 2 of the India-set sitcom) – Tuesday, March 15
  • Deep Water (drama film starring Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas; previously set for theatrical release through 20th Century Studios, will now stream on Hulu in U.S. and Prime Video elsewhere) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • Master (horror film starring Regina Hall) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • 7th & Union (a.k.a. Color Box; boxing drama film directed by Anthony Nardolillo) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • Lizzo's Watch Out for the Big Grrrls (dancing reality competition series) – Friday, Mar. 25

New-release films

  • Survive the Game (2021 action thriller starring Chad Michael Murray and Bruce Willis, via VVS) – Thursday, Mar. 3
  • Spencer (2021 historical drama about Diana, Princess of Wales, starring Kristen Stewart, via Elevation / STX) – Thursday, Mar. 10
  • Flee (2021 Danish animated docudrama about a man fleeing Afghanistan) – Thursday, Mar. 10
  • C'mon C'mon (2021 black-and-white drama starring Joaquin Phoenix and Woody Norman, via VVS / A24) – Thursday, Mar. 24

Notable licensed programming

  • E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial – Tuesday, Mar. 1
  • The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (2004 Peter Jackson film, and third in the trilogy [the other two are already available on Prime Video... and yes, this is the same scenario as Crave, just a week sooner]) – Thursday, Mar. 3
  • About 40 Nigerian (or "Nollywood") films – Thursday, Mar. 10
  • Kevin Can F**k Himself (season 1 of the AMC dark comedy starring Annie Murphy) – Friday, Mar. 18


CBC Gem is free to watch with ads; an ad-free Premium subscription, which adds access to CBC News Network and early access to certain programs, is available for $4.99 per month.

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. Again, some programs may be initially available only on the Premium tier, but are made available on the free tier at a later date.

Notable Canadian programming

  • Detention Adventure (season 3) – Friday, Mar. 11
  • Fragile (2019 Radio-Canada limited series) – Friday, Mar. 11
  • Evil By Design: Surviving Nygard (three-part docuseries about Peter Nygard, based on the CBC podcast) – Thursdays starting Mar. 17 (also on CBC Television)
  • The Big Sex Talk (docuseries hosted by Shan Boodram) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • Raufikat's Better Bake Along (short-form bake-along series, basically but probably not contractually a spinoff of The Great Canadian Baking Show, starring season 4 winner Raufikat Oyawoye-Salami and GCBS hosts Alan Shane Lewis and Ann Pornel) – Friday, Mar. 25
  • Something Undone (season 2) – Friday, Mar. 25
  • The New Wave of Standup (season 2) – Tuesday, Mar. 29
  • Multiple new short-form young adult series including Hello (Again), Homeschooled, and Frick, I Love Nature (all debuting Friday, Mar. 25); and Topline (Thursday, Mar. 31)
  • Revenge of the Black Best Friend (short-form comedy series created by Amanda Parris and starring Olunike Adeliye) – Thursday, Mar. 31

Notable premiere international programmg

  • International Women's Day documentary collection (including Canadian premieres of Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliché and Leftover Women) – March 2-3
  • Spreadsheet (Australian comedy series starring Katherine Parkinson) – Tuesday, Mar. 1
  • Alma's Not Normal (British comedy series created by and starring Sophie Willan) – Thursday, Mar. 3
  • Dramaworld (season 2 of the Korean-American series starring Liv Hewson, Sean Dulake, and Justin Chon; first season previously distributed in Canada on Netflix) – Friday, Mar. 4
  • Miss S (season 1, part 2) – Monday, Mar. 21
  • Ladhood (season 2) – Friday, Mar. 25

Other notable international programming

  • Ripper Street (season 5, originally aired 2016) – Friday, Mar. 4
  • People Just Do Nothing (season 3, originally aired 2014) – Friday, Mar. 11
  • All Creatures Great and Small (season 2 of the Channel 5 UK series, previously aired on Masterpiece on PBS) – Sundays starting Mar. 13 (also on CBC Television; season 1 currently rolling out weekly)
  • The Honourable Woman (2014 British limited series starring Maggie Gyllenhall, previously aired on CBC that same year) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • The Secret (2016 British limited series) – Friday, Mar. 18
  • Knives Out (2019 Rian Johnson film – yes, the same one that was briefly available in December and January, probably for another short stay) – Sunday, Mar. 27

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)

  • CTV: 94th Academy Awards (a.k.a. The Oscars – Sunday, Mar. 27 at 8 p.m. ET)
  • Global (also on StackTV): Big Brother Canada (season 10 – Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays starting Wed., Mar. 2); The Thing About Pam (limited series starring Renée Zellweger – Tuesdays starting Mar. 8); Survivor (season 42 – Wednesdays starting Mar. 9); Beyond the Edge (celebrity reality competition – Wednesdays starting Mar. 16); How We Roll (comedy starring Pete Holmes – Thursdays starting Mar. 31)
  • PBS (streaming in Canada via PBS Passport for station members, with dramas also available via the PBS Masterpiece channel on Prime Video): Sanditon (season 2 – Sundays starting Mar. 20)
  • Showcase (also on StackTV): Joe vs. Carole (dramatization of the Joe Exotic / Carole Baskin story, starring John Cameron Mitchell and Kate McKinnon – Wednesdays starting Mar. 23)
  • W Network (also on StackTV): Outlander (season 6 – Sundays starting Mar. 6); Charmed (season 4 – Sundays starting Mar. 13)
  • HGTV (also on StackTV): Island of Bryan (season 4 – Sundays starting Mar. 27), among other programs
  • BBC Earth (in free preview through most TV providers from Feb. 28 to May 1; also available as a channel on Prime Video): The Mating Game (narrated by Sir David Attenborough – Sundays starting Mar. 13)
  • Hollywood Suite: 37th Film Independent Spirit Awards (Sunday, Mar. 6)
  • Super Channel (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV): When Calls the Heart (season 9 – Sundays starting Mar. 6)

Streaming services

  • AMC+ (available via Prime Video and Apple TV; programs may be available at later date on AMC TV channel): That Dirty Black Bag (Thursdays starting Mar. 10)
  • Apple TV+: The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey (novel adaptation – Fridays starting Mar. 11); WeCrashed (adaptation of the Wondery podcast about WeWork – Fridays starting Mar. 18)
  • BritBox (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV): Murder in Provence (based on books by M.L. Longworth – Mar. 1); The Bay (season 3 – Mar. 15); This is Joan Collins (doc – Mar. 29)
  • Discovery+: March lineup available in this press release; not all programs will necessarily be available in Canada
  • Paramount+ (also available as a channel on Apple TV): Ascension (Oscar-nominated MTV documentary – available now); Joe Pickett (Paramount-produced, Spectrum-commissioned drama – full first season available now); Three Months (film – Mar. 1); Scream franchise films (1996–2011 – Mar. 1); Jackass films (Mar. 15); Halo (video game adaptation – Thursdays starting Mar. 24); The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder (Mar. 31); past CSI series (date TBD); all Star Trek films and pre-Discovery series (date TBD)

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Significant revisions

  • March 1, 2022 – added Starstruck S2 (March 24 on Crave); noted postponement (again) of The Larry David Story

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