Posted October 31, 2022 • Last updated November 19, 2022

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

New programming this month includes "Blockbuster", season 5 of "The Crown", "Fleishman is In Trouble", "The English" and more.

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This is a special edition of Watching This Week, our regular weekly newsletter (#86 for October 31, 2022). Due to the timing of the new month and other factors, we decided to focus on getting this guide ready, rather than preparing a separate newsletter. We'll aim to catch up on recent news and Mailbag questions next Monday.

The guide below covers most of the Monday-Sunday range we'd normally include in the "What's new this week" section of our regular newsletter format. The only programs of note from our October guide that are premiering tonight, October 31, are two editions of Into the Dark – "The Body" and "Uncanny Annie" – on Hollywood Suite.

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.

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.

This month, we've tried bolding the titles of a few programs, including premieres and returns that seem to us to be particularly notable, and specific shows that our readers have asked about in the past. However, we are not critics and recognize that tastes vary.


As of November 1, Netflix costs between $5.99 and $20.99 per month in Canada, with variables including ad-supported vs. ad-free programming and picture resolution.

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 been more judicious with the number of items listed compared to other services, so we encourage you to consult the full lists if you're waiting on a specific program.

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

Notable original scripted or reality series

  • Young Royals (season 2) – Tuesday, Nov. 1
  • Blockbuster (workplace comedy set in a fictionalized version of the last Blockbuster Video store, starring Randall Park and Melissa Fumero) – Thursday, Nov. 3
  • Buying Beverly Hills (real estate reality series) – Friday, Nov. 4
  • Lookism (anime series) – Friday, Nov. 4
  • Manifest (season 4 of the drama series previously aired on NBC/Citytv) – Friday, Nov. 4
  • The Crown (season 5) – Wednesday, Nov. 9
  • Warrior Nun (season 2) – Thursday, Nov. 10
  • Down to Earth with Zac Efron (season 2: "Down Under") – Friday, Nov. 11
  • Teletubbies (second reboot with narrator Tituss Burgess) – Monday, Nov. 14
  • Mind Your Manners (etiquette reality series featuring Sara Jane Ho) – Wednesday, Nov. 16
  • 1899 (German mystery-horror series starring Emily Beecham) – Thursday, Nov. 17
  • Dead to Me (season 3) – Thursday, Nov. 17
  • The Cuphead Show! (part 3) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Elite (season 6) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Inside Job (part 2) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Wednesday (supernatural comedy series co-produced by Tim Burton based on the Addams Family character, starring Jenna Ortega as the title character, and Christina Ricci as a different character) – Wednesday [surprise!], Nov. 23
  • Blood and Water (season 3) – Friday, Nov. 25

Notable original specials

  • Neal Brennan: Blocks (stand-up) – Tuesday, Nov. 8
  • Triviaverse (interactive quiz) – Tuesday, Nov. 8
  • Deon Cole: Charleen's Boy (stand-up) – Tuesday, Nov. 15
  • Trevor Noah: I Wish You Would (stand-up) – Tuesday, Nov. 22
  • Romesh Ranganathan: The Cynic (stand-up) – Tuesday, Nov. 29

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

  • Enola Holmes 2 (sequel to the 2020 mystery film, starring Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill) – Friday, Nov. 4
  • Falling for Christmas (romantic comedy starring Lindsay Lohan and Chord Overstreet) – Thursday, Nov. 10
  • Lost Bullet 2 [Balle perdue 2] (sequel to the 2020 French action film starring Alban Lenoir) – Friday, Nov. 11
  • The Wonder (period drama based on the Emma Donoghue novel, starring Florence Pugh) – Wednesday, Nov. 16
  • Christmas with You (romantic comedy starring Aimee Garcia and Freddie Prinze Jr.) – Thursday, Nov. 17
  • Slumberland (fantasy adventure based on the Little Nemo in Slumberland comic strip, starring Jason Momoa and Marlow Barkley) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • The Swimmers (biographical drama about refugee Olympic athlete Yusra Mardini) – Wednesday, Nov. 23
  • Christmas on Mistletoe Farm (family film starring Scott Garnham) – Wednesday, Nov. 23
  • The Noel Diary (romantic comedy starring Justin Hartlety) – Thursday, Nov. 24
  • The Lost Patient (French mystery thriller starring Txomin Vergez) – Wednesday, Nov. 30

Notable documentary films and series

  • Killer Sally (docuseries about bodybuilder Sally McNeil and her conviction for murder of husband Ray McNeil) – Wednesday, Nov. 2
  • Orgasm Inc.: The Story of OneTaste (doc feature about the sexual wellness company and founder Nicole Daedone) – Saturday, Nov. 5
  • FIFA Uncovered (docuseries about the history of the organization behind the football (soccer) World Cup) – Wednesday, Nov. 9
  • State of Alabama vs. Brittany Smith (short doc) – Thursday, Nov. 10
  • Capturing the Killer Nurse (doc feature about the investigation into Charles Cullen, whose story is dramatized in recent Netflix miniseries The Good Nurse) – Friday, Nov. 11
  • Is That Black Enough for You?!? (doc feature from Elvis Mitchell about the evolution of Black cinema) – Friday, Nov. 11
  • Stutz (conversations between actor Jonah Hill and psychiatrist Phil Stutz) – Monday, Nov. 14
  • Pepsi, Where's My Jet? (docuseries about John Leonard's 1996 attempt to redeem Pepsi Stuff points for a fighter jet) – Thursday, Nov. 17
  • I Am Vanessa Guillen (doc feature about the aftermath of the murder of a soldier on a U.S. Army base) – Thursday, Nov. 17
  • Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Rich (doc feature about the trial of the Epstein accomplice) – Friday, Nov. 25

Notable licensed programming

  • Numerous semi-recent films from various distributors including Get Out, A Quiet Place, The Big Short, and The Firm – Tuesday, Nov. 1
  • Everybody Loves Raymond (seasons 6–9) – Tuesday, Nov. 1
  • Due South (1994–99 CTV series) – Wednesday, Nov. 16
  • The Hangover and The Hangover: Part Ⅱ – Monday, Nov. 21
  • Vikings (season 5) – Tuesday, Nov. 29


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

  • God Forbid: The Scandal That Brought Down a Dynasty (Hulu-commissioned documentary directed by Billy Corben pertaining to the Falwell family) – Tuesday, Nov. 1
  • The Gift (unclear; there was a 2022 short film under this title aired by HBO U.S. earlier this year Disney animated short) – Friday, Nov. 4
  • Fire of Love (2022 National Geographic Documentary Films feature about volcanologists Katia and Maurice Krafft) – Friday, Nov. 11
  • Best in Snow (snow-sculpting competition special hosted by Tituss Burgess) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Disenchanted (sequel to the 2007 musical romantic comedy Enchanted, starring Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Mickey: The Story of a Mouse (documentary about the history of the character) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Elton John Live: Farewell from Dodger Stadium (concert film) – Sunday, Nov. 20
  • The Hip Hop Nutcracker (hip-hop reimagining of the Tchaikovsky ballet, starring Rev Run) – Friday, Nov. 25

Notable Disney+ original series

  • Donna Hay Christmas (Australian series featuring the food stylist and cookbook author) – Wednesday, Nov. 2
  • Marvel Studios Assembled (edition about the making of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law) – Thursday, Nov. 3
  • Marvel Studios Legends (Black Panther-focused episodes) – Friday, Nov. 4
  • Zootopia+ (short-form spin-off series from the 2016 animated film Zootopia) – Wednesday, Nov. 9
  • Limitless with Chris Hemsworth (Nat Geo series about "the full potential of the human body") – Wednesday, Nov. 16
  • The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse (season 2, episode 4: "The Wonderful Autumn of Mickey Mouse") – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Daddies on Request [Papás por encargo] (Mexican family comedy-drama series) – Wednesday, Nov. 23
  • The Santa Clauses (sequel miniseries to The Santa Clause film series, starring Tim Allen and Kal Penn) – Wednesdays starting Nov. 23
  • Willow (sequel series to the 1988 Lucasfilm fantasy adventure film Willow, starring Warwick Davis) – Wednesdays starting Nov. 30
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers (Wednesdays); Dancing with the Stars (Mondays through Nov. 21)

Notable Star original series

  • Revenge of Others (Korean teen thriller series) – Wednesdays starting Nov. 9
  • The Stolen Cup [Robo mundial] (Argentinian soccer-themed comedy-drama limited series) – Wednesday, Nov. 9
  • Ben Gri (Turkish thriller series) – Wednesdays starting Nov. 16
  • Fleishman is In Trouble (FX on Hulu drama miniseries adaptation of the novel by Taffy Brodesser-Akner, starring Jesse Eisenberg, Lizzy Caplan, Claire Danes, and Adam Brody) – Thursdays starting Nov. 17
  • Welcome to Chippendales (Hulu drama miniseries about the life of Chippendales founder Somen Banerjee, starring Kumail Nanjiani) – Tuesdays starting Nov. 22
  • Big Bet (Korean drama series) – Wednesday, Nov. 23
  • El club de los graves (Colombian family comedy-drama series) – Wednesdays starting Nov. 30
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Reasonable Doubt (Tuesdays through Nov. 15); Black Rock Shooter: Dawn Fall (Wednesdays); Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers (Wednesdays through Nov. 16); Pink Lie (Wednesdays); Reservation Dogs (season finale Wednesday, Nov. 2); Shadow Detective (Wednesdays); Sumo Do, Sumo Don’t! (Wednesdays); The Kardashians (Thursdays through Nov. 24); Bob's Burgers (Sundays); Family Guy (most Sundays); The Great North (most Sundays); The Simpsons (most Sundays); Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War (Mondays)

Notable library programming

  • Future Man (2017–20 Hulu-commissioned, Sony-produced sci-fi comedy series; previously aired on FX Canada) – Wednesday, Nov. 2
  • Rescue Me (2004–11 FX-commissioned, Sony-produced drama series; originally aired on Showcase in Canada) – Wednesday, Nov. 2
  • World of Flavor with Big Moe Cason (season 1 of the National Geographic Channel series) – Wednesday, Nov. 2
  • Mickey Mouse Funhouse (season 1 of the Disney Junior series) – Wednesday, Nov. 9
  • Primal Survivor: Mighty Mekong (National Geographic Channel series) – Wednesday, Nov. 16
  • Ultra Violet & Black Scorpion (season 1 of the Disney Channel series) – Wednesday, Nov. 16
  • Several additional ESPN 30 for 30 documentaries including The Two Escobars and June 17th, 1994 – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Select programming from A+E Networks (50% owned by The Walt Disney Company), including A&E's The First 48 (seasons 13-14), The History Channel's Evil Genius, and FYI's Arranged (season 1) – Wednesday, Nov. 23
  • For Life (2020–21 ABC-commissioned series co-produced by ABC Signature, Sony, and 50 Cent's G-Unit) – Wednesday, Nov. 30
  • Episodes added weekly: Little Demon (Wednesdays through Nov. 23); American Dad! (Mondays);


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.

Crave / Bell Media original programming

  • Broken: The Toxic Culture of Canadian Gymnastics (CTV News / TSN documentary with reporter Rick Westhead) – Saturday, Nov. 5
  • Kings of Coke (documentary from Julian Sher based on the D'Arcy O'Connor book Montreal's Irish Mafia) – Monday, Nov. 7
  • Canada's Drag Race: Canada vs. the World (reality spin-off with Canadian and international competitors, similar to RuPaul's Drag Race: UK vs the World) – Fridays at 9:00 p.m. ET starting Nov. 18
  • The Pope's Apology (CTV News Reporter's Notebook special with Creeson Agecoutay and Jill Macyshon) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Tales from the Territories (Tuesdays); W5 (Fridays)

HBO original programming

  • Master of Light (documentary about formerly-incarcerated painter George Anthony Morton) – Wednesday, Oct. 16 at 8:30 p.m. ET
  • 37th Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony (honouring, in no particular order: Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo, Duran Duran, Eminem, Eurythmics, Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie, Carly Simon, Judas Priest, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Harry Belafonte, Elizabeth Cotton, Allen Grubman, Jimmy Iovine, and Sylvia Robinson; recorded Nov. 5) – Saturday, Nov. 19 at 8:00 p.m. ET
  • Shaq (HBO Sports docuseries about current Warner Bros. Discovery on-air talent Shaquille O'Neal) – Wednesdays at 9:00 p.m. ET starting Nov. 23
  • We're Here (season 3 of the drag in small-town America series) – Fridays at 10:00 p.m. ET starting Nov. 25
  • My So-Called High School Rank (documentary about high school students creating a musical about their experiences) – Tuesday, Nov. 29 at 9:00 p.m. ET
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: The White Lotus (Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET); The Vow (Mondays at 9:00 p.m. ET through Nov. 21); Avenue 5 (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 through Nov. 18); Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (Sundays at 11:00 p.m. ET through Nov. 20)

HBO Max original programming

  • The Big Brunch (cooking competition series hosted by Dan Levy) – Thursdays from Nov. 10 to 24 (eight episodes released over three weeks)
  • The Sex Lives of College Girls (season 2 of the comedy series co-created by Mindy Kaling) – Thursdays starting Nov. 17 (multiple episodes weekly)
  • Love, Lizzo (documentary about the musician) – Thursday, Nov. 24

Showtime original programming

  • Spector (docuseries about Phil Spector and the death of Lana Clarkson) – Friday, Nov. 4
  • The L Word: Generation Q (season 3) – Fridays starting Nov. 18
  • Ziwe (season 2, part 2) – Fridays starting Nov. 18
  • Meet Me in the Bathroom (music documentary) – Tuesday, Nov. 29
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Let the Right One In (Sundays)
  • Weekly topical programming (new episodes air "live" on Crave 1 and are posted on-demand the next day): The Circus (Sundays at 8:00 p.m. ET through Nov. 13)

New / recent release movies

  • Coda (2019 drama about a concert pianist, starring Patrick Stewart and Katie Holmes, via Elevation; not to be confused with the 2021 Apple TV+ film CODA) – Friday, Nov. 4
  • Crimes of the Future (2022 sci-fi horror film written and directed by David Cronenberg, starring Viggo Mortensen, Kristin Stewart, and Léa Seydoux, co-produced by Bell Media; via Sphere Films) – Friday, Nov. 4
  • The Middle Man (2021 part-Canadian comedy film set in the American midwest written and directed by Bent Hamer, via LevelFilm) – Friday, Nov. 11
  • The Bob's Burgers Movie (2022 animated film based on the TV series, via 20th Century; also already on Disney+) – Saturday, Nov. 12
  • Don't Worry Darling (2022 psychological thriller directed by and co-starring Olivia Wilde, also starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, via Warner Bros.) – Saturday, Nov. 12 or earlier (per Crave 1 schedule for Nov. 12)
  • A Christmas Story Christmas (made-for-HBO Max sequel to 1983 film A Christmas Story, starring Peter Billingsley, via Warner Bros.) – Thursday, Nov. 17
  • The Score (2021 British musical heist film starring Will Poulter and Johnny Flynn, via Photon) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Doula (2022 pregnancy comedy-drama starring Troian Bellisario and Chris Pine, via Universal) – Friday, Nov. 25

Notable library movies

  • Scanners (1981 David Cronenberg film) – Friday, Nov. 4
  • Ocean's 11 (1960) – Friday, Nov. 11
  • Legally Blonde (2001) and Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (2003) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Gremlins (1984) – Friday, Nov. 18

Other notable licensed programming

  • Once Upon a Sesame Street Christmas (2016 special) – Tuesday, Nov. 1
  • Spice Secrets (season 1 of the Gusto TV series, previously aired by CTV Life) – Friday, Nov. 11
  • Panhandle (season 1 of the comedy-drama series; by this point will have fully aired on CTV Drama) – Friday, Nov. 25
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: The Voice (Tuesdays and Wednesdays); The Handmaid's Tale (Wednesdays through Nov. 9); RuPaul's Drag Race UK (Fridays); Star Trek: Prodigy (Thursdays)

Notable new programming on Starz

  • Firebird (2021 British romantic war drama film starring Tom Prior, via Lionsgate) – Friday, Nov. 4
  • Dangerous Liaisons (drama series based on the Laclos novel) – Sundays starting Nov. 6
  • Wolf Hound (2022 war drama film starring James Maslow, via Lionsgate) – Friday, Nov. 11
  • Hot Seat (2022 action film starring Mel Gibson, via Lionsgate) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Dragon (possibly the 2022 action film subtitled The Weapon of God starring Alexander Bok) – Friday, Nov. 25
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: The BMF Documentary: Blowing Money Fast (Sundays); Step Up (Sundays)

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. 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

  • My Policeman (drama film based on the book by Bethan Roberts, starring Harry Styles, Emma Corrin and David Dawson) – Friday, Nov. 4
  • Savage X Fenty Show, Vol. 4 (annual fashion show for the Rihanna lingerie brand) – Wednesday, Nov. 9
  • The English (Western series starring Emily Blunt and Chaske Spencer) – Friday, Nov. 11
  • Mammals (comedy-drama series written by Jez Butterworth starring James Corden) – Friday, Nov. 11
  • The People We Hate at the Wedding (comedy film written by the Molyneux sisters based on the Grant Grinder novel, starring Allison Janney, Ben Platt, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, and Kristen Bell) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Sugar (crime drama film starring Katherine McNamara) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Good Night Oppy (documentary film about the Mars rover Opportunity, narrated by Angela Bassett) – Wednesday, Nov. 23

New-release films

  • Where the Crawdads Sing (2022 mystery thriller based on the Delia Owens novel, starring Daisy Edgar-Jones, via Sony) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • I Love My Dad (2022 comedy film written and directed by and co-starring James Morosini, also starring Patton Oswalt, via Mongrel?) – Thursday, Nov. 24
  • Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022 comedy-drama film written and directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert ["Daniels"], starring Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, and many googly eyes, via Elevation / A24) – Friday, Nov. 25
  • Meet Cute (romantic comedy film starring Kaley Cuoco and Pete Davidson, released in the U.S. on Peacock in September, via Sphere Films) – Friday, Nov. 25

Notable licensed programming

  • Get Out (2017 film) – Tuesday, Nov. 1
  • Two and a Half Men (complete 2003–15 series, via Warner Bros.) – Saturday, Nov. 5


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 (or have a weekly rollout) – which release pattern applies is not always made clear in advance by CBC PR.

Notable Canadian programming

  • Still Max (documentary film about artist Max Dean, particularly projects since his diagnosis with prostate cancer) – Tuesday, Nov. 1
  • White Lie (2019 thriller film starring Kacey Rohl, via LevelFilm; also on Paramount+) – Friday, Nov. 4
  • The Next Step (season 3 [originally aired 2015]) – Friday, Nov. 4
  • The Noodle Group (short documentary about a group of friends in their 90s) – Wednesday, Nov. 9
  • Guest of Honour (2020 Atom Egoyan film, via Elevation; previously on Crave) – Friday, Nov. 11
  • Sort Of (season 2 of the Peabody award-winning comedy series starring Bilal Baig; also on CBC TV) – Tuesdays starting Nov. 15
  • The Cuban (2019 drama film starring Louis Gossett Jr., via A71) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Cup of Cheer (2020 satirical Christmas film) – Wednesday, Nov. 30

Notable premiere international programmg

  • Smother (season 2 of the British drama series) – "streaming now"
  • Chivalry (British comedy-drama series written by and starring Steve Coogan and Sarah Solemani) – Fridays starting Oct. 28 (available in full immediately with Premium)
  • My Life as a Rolling Stone (docuseries about the members of the Rolling Stones) – starting Friday, Nov. 4
  • Brassic (season 4 of the British comedy series) – starting Friday, Nov. 4
  • Extraordinary Portraits (British art reality series) – starting Monday, Nov. 7
  • Documentary Now! (season 4 [or "53"] of the mockumentary series) – starting Friday, Nov. 18
  • Express (Spanish drama series starring Maggie Civantos) – starting Friday, Nov. 18
  • Grand Designs Australia (season 10) – starting Friday, Nov. 18
  • Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs 2021[?] holiday special – Wednesday, Nov. 23
  • Living Wild: How to Change Your Life (two-part British documentary) – Friday, Nov. 25
  • The Great Christmas Bake Off Baking Show (2021 special featuring the cast of the Channel 4 / HBO Max miniseries It's a Sin, available in Canada on Prime Video) – Tuesday, Nov. 29

Other notable international programming

  • Sorry for Your Loss (season 2 of the series starring Elizabeth Olsen previously released on Facebook Watch) – starting Friday, Nov. 11
  • My Grandparents' War (season 2 of the British docuseries) – starting Friday, Nov. 11
  • Call the Midwife (season 10 holiday special) – Friday, Nov. 25
  • Happiest Season (2020 comedy film starring Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis, via eOne; previously on Prime Video in Canada) – Monday, Nov. 28


The streaming service from Paramount Global (previously ViacomCBS) is available in Canada for $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year, directly through its own website and apps, or as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV. Due to Paramount's existing licensing agreements, the programming available in Canada is significantly more restricted than American or other international versions of the service.

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

Notable original programming

  • Blood & Treasure (first and second seasons of the action adventure series starring Matt Barr and Sofia Pernas; season 1 aired on CBS / Global in 2019, season 2 was released on Paramount+ U.S. earlier this year) – Tuesday, Nov. 1
  • Bosé (drama series about the life of Spanish singer Miguel Bosé) – Thursdays starting Nov. 3
  • Behind the Music (new episodes) – Tuesday, Nov. 8 and Nov. 29
  • Transformers: Earthspark (Nickelodeon animated series based on the Hasbro toy line) – Fridays starting Nov. 11
  • Yellowstone (season 5 of the neo-Western drama series starring Kevin Costner commissioned by Paramount Network; Canadian streaming rights moved from Prime Video) – Sundays starting Nov. 13
  • Tulsa King (crime drama series created by Taylor Sheridan and starring Sylvester Stallone) – Sundays starting Nov. 13
  • Moment of Truth: Defining Stories of the FIFA World Cup (docuseries about the history of the tournament, co-produced by FIFA+, via Sony) – Tuesday, Nov. 15
  • Blue's Big City Adventure (New York-set Blue's Clues spin-off film starring Josh Dela Cruz and the voice of Traci Paige Johnson, with appearances by Steve Burns and Donovan "Joe" Patton) – Friday, Nov. 18
  • Fantasy Football (family sports comedy film co-produced by LeBron James, the NFL and EA Sports, starring Marsai Martin) – Friday, Nov. 25

Notable new-release films

  • A Sexplanation (2022 documentary by Alex Liu about American sex education) – Tuesday, Nov. 22
  • Bandit (2022 Canadian biographical crime film based on the life of Gilbert Galvan Jr., starring Josh Duhamel, Elisha Cuthbert, and Mel Gibson, via Quiver) – Friday, Nov. 25

Notable library programming

  • Monster High (2022 Nickelodeon animated series based on the Mattel toy line; may have aired on YTV?) – Friday, Nov. 4
  • Various other past and recent Nickelodeon programming, and classic Universal and Paramount films, added throughout the month – including Sonic the Hedgehog on Nov. 15, and Love Actually on Nov. 29

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)

All times are Eastern (and in most cases Pacific) times unless otherwise indicated.

Streaming services

  • AMC+ (available on Prime Video and Apple TV): Mood (British drama series from Nicôle Lecky – Sundays starting Nov. 6); Gangs of London (season 2 – Thursdays starting Nov. 17)
  • Apple TV+: Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me (documentary – Nov. 4); Causeway (psychological drama film starring Jennifer Lawrence – Nov. 4); The Mosquito Coast (season 2 – Fridays starting Nov. 4); Slumberkins (Jim Henson Company-produced kids series – Nov. 4); Circuit Breakers (family sci-fi anthology series – Nov. 11); Mythic Quest (season 3 – Nov. 11); Spirited (musical comedy Christmas film starring Will Ferrell and Ryan Reynolds – Nov. 18); Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock holiday special (Nov. 18); Interrupting Chicken (preschool series based on the books – Nov. 18); Echo 3 (Colombian action-thriller series – premieres Nov. 23, continues Fridays starting Dec. 2)
  • BritBox (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV): Autumnwatch (nature docuseries – Nov. 1); Mock the Week (7 episodes of the recently-concluded panel show – Nov. 4); The Curse (heist drama series – Nov. 7); Crossfire (action thriller miniseries – Nov. 15); various British cooking-related shows including two seasons of Hell's Kitchen (UK) and Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares (Nov. 18); Utopia (2013–14 thriller series – Nov. 23); Hope Street (season 2 – Nov. 28) [listings added evening of Oct. 31]
  • Discovery+: see press release for this month's programming (some programs listed may not be available in Canada)
  • The Roku Channel: Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (biopic starring Daniel Radcliffe – Nov. 4); see blog post for further programming [updated Nov. 6]

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