Posted November 1, 2023 • Last updated November 19, 2023

What's new on Canadian TV and streaming in November 2023?

New arrivals include “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off”, “Quiz Lady”, “007: Road to a Million”, and much more.

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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 full lists 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

  • All the Light We Cannot See (drama limited series based on the Anthony Doerr novel, starring Aria Mia Loberti, Mark Ruffalo, and Hugh Laurie) – Thursday, Nov. 2
  • Onimusha (anime series based on the video game franchise) – Thursday, Nov. 2
  • Unicorn Academy (animated series based on the books and upcoming Spin Master toy line) – Thursday, Nov. 2
  • Blue Eye Samurai (North American-produced anime-influenced action series, with voices including Maya Erskine, George Takei, Stephanie Hsu, and Randall Park) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Selling Sunset (season 7) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Akuma Kun (anime series based on the manga series) – Thursday, Nov. 9
  • Dubai Bling (season 2) – Tuesday, Nov. 14
  • The Crown (season 6, part 1) – Thursday, Nov. 16
  • CoComelon Lane (narrative series based on Moonbug Entertainment's CoComelon property, already available in other forms on Netflix and elsewhere) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • Scott Pilgrim Takes Off (anime adaptation of the Scott Pilgrim graphic novels, with virtually all of the cast of the 2010 live-action film Scott Pilgrim vs. the World voicing the same roles) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • Squid Game: The Challenge (reality competition adaptation of the Korean drama series) – Wednesdays starting Nov. 22
  • My Little Pony: Make Your Mark ("chapter" 6) – Thursday, Nov. 23
  • My Daemon (anime-influenced series) – Thursday, Nov. 23
  • Onmyōji (anime series) – Tuesday, Nov. 28
  • The Bad Guys: A Very Bad Holiday (holiday special based on the DreamWorks animated film) – Thursday, Nov. 30
  • Obliterated (action comedy-drama series) – Thursday, Nov. 30
  • Virgin River (season 5, part 2) – Thursday, Nov. 30

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

  • Locked In (psychological thriller starring Finn Cole and Rose Williams) – Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • Wingwomen (French action comedy starring Adèle Exarchopoulos) – Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • Nyad (biographical sports drama starring Annette Bening as long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad, with Jodie Foster) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • The Killer (psychological thriller based on the French graphic novels, directed by David Fincher, starring Michael Fassbender) – Friday, Nov. 10
  • Best. Christmas. Ever! (holiday film starring Heather Graham and Brandy Norwood) – Thursday, Nov. 16
  • Rustin (biopic starring Colman Domingo as civil rights activist Bayard Rustin) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • Leo (2023 Indian action thriller film starring Vijay; released theatrically in India but Netflix holds global streaming rights) – Tuesday, Nov. 21
  • Family Switch (body-switch comedy film directed by McG, starring Jennifer Garner and Ed Helms) – Thursday, Nov. 30

Notable documentary films and series

  • Mysteries of the Faith (docuseries about Catholic relics) – Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • Sly (doc about Sylvester Stallone) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Escaping Twin Flames (true crime docuseries from the producers of the Starz docuseries Seduced: Inside the NXIVM Cult) – Wednesday, Nov. 8
  • Robbie Williams (doc about the English singer) – Wednesday, Nov. 8
  • How to Become a Mob Boss (third instalment of the How to Become a... semi-satirical docuseries narrated by Peter Dinklage) – Tuesday, Nov. 14
  • The Dads (doc short on fatherhood) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • Stamped from the Beginning (doc based on the book by Ibram X. Kendi subtitled "The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America") – Monday, Nov. 20
  • High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America (season 2) – Wednesday, Nov. 22

Notable comedy specials

  • The Improv: 60 and Still Standing (with short sets from Craig Robinson, Whitney Cummings, and others) – Tuesday, Nov. 7
  • Matt Rife: Natural Selection – Wednesday, Nov. 15
  • Verified Stand-Up (with short sets from Asia Ali, Dulcé Sloan, and others) – Tuesday, Nov. 28

Sports coverage

  • The Netflix Cup: Swing to Survive (exhibition golf tournament on the Las Vegas Strip, with teams of participants from Full Swing and Formula 1: Drive to Survive) – live Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 6:00 p.m. ET

New- / recent-release films and other notable licensed programming

  • Dear Evan Hansen (2021 Universal film, previously on Crave) – Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • New Amsterdam (2018–23 NBC series) – Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • Old (2021 Universal film, previously on Crave) – Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • Saving Hope (2012–17 Canadian series) – Wednesday, Nov. 15
  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife (2021 Sony film) – Tuesday, Nov. 21
  • Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City (2021 Sony film) – Friday, Nov. 24


As of November 1, 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

  • A Haunting in Venice (2023 20th Century Studios film, the third in the series of Agatha Christie-based films directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh as Hercule Poirot alongside an ensemble including Tina Fey and Michelle Yeoh) – Tuesday, Oct. 31*
  • The Mill (direct-to-Hulu sci-fi thriller film starring Lil Red Howery) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Quiz Lady (direct-to-Hulu 20th Century Studios comedy film starring Sandra Oh and Awkwafina) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Bobi Wine: The People’s President (2023 National Geographic Documentary Films release about the Ugandan opposition leader) – Friday, Nov. 10
  • Dashing Through the Snow (Christmas fantasy comedy film starring Lil Rel Howery and Chris "Ludacris" Bridges) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • Shohei Ohtani: Beyond the Dream (ESPN Films documentary) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • The Naughty Nine (Disney Channel Christmas heist film, featuring Danny Glover as Santa Claus) – Thursday, Nov. 23

Notable Disney+ original series

  • Behind the Attraction (season 2) – Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • The Three Detectives [Die drei !!!] (German family mystery series) – Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • Marvel Studios: Legends (additional season 2 episodes) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Daddies on Request [Papás por encargo] (season 2 of the Mexican series) – Wednesday, Nov. 8
  • The Santa Clauses (season 2) – Wednesdays starting Nov. 8 [two-episode premiere]
  • Marvel Studios Assembled (new edition about the making of season 2 of Loki) – Wednesday, Nov. 29
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Loki (Thursdays through Nov. 9); Goosebumps (Fridays through Nov. 17)

Notable Star original or exclusive series

  • Black Cake (Hulu family drama series based on the book by Charmaine Wilkerson, co-produced by Oprah Winfrey, starring Mia Isaac) – Wednesdays starting Nov. 1 [three-episode premiere]
  • Killer Vacation [Últimas Férias] (Latin American [Star+] teen thriller series) – Wednesday, Nov. 8
  • Vigilante (South Korean drama series) – Wednesdays starting Nov. 8 [two-episode premiere]
  • A Murder at the End of the World (FX-produced mystery/thriller limited series co-created by and co-starring Brit Marling, starring Emma Corrin) – Tuesdays starting Nov. 14
  • Brawn: The Impossible Formula 1 Story (docuseries about racing team leader Ross Brawn) – Wednesday, Nov. 15
  • I'm Your Fan [Soy tu fan: La fiesta continúa] (continuation of the 2010–11 Mexican romantic comedy series Soy tu fan) – Wednesday, Nov. 15
  • Drive with Swizz Beatz (Onyx Collective automotive docuseries) – Thursday, Nov. 16
  • The Secret Life of Dancing Dogs (Hulu / ABC News Studios docuseries) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • Faraway Downs (serialized, recut limited series version of the 2008 Baz Luhrmann film Australia, starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman) – Sunday, Nov. 26
  • American Horror Stories (season 3 of the FX anthology series) – Wednesdays starting Nov. 29 [four-episode premiere]
  • The Artful Dodger (Australian series inspired by Oliver Twist, starring Thomas Brodie-Sangster) – Wednesday, Nov. 29
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: The Lions of Sicily (Wednesdays through Nov. 1); The Kardashians (Thursdays through Nov. 16); American Dad! (Tuesdays); Dancing with the Stars (Tuesdays at 8:00 p.m. ET); My Home Hero (Tuesdays); Tokyo Revengers (Tuesdays); Bob's Burgers (most Sundays); The Simpsons (most Sundays)

Notable library programming

  • Alice's Wonderland Bakery (season 1 of the Disney Junior series) – Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • Doc McStuffins: The Doc & Bella Are In! (Disney Junior short-form spin-off series) – Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures (six additional season 1 episodes) – Wednesday, Nov. 8
  • Welcome to Wrexham (season 2 of the FX docuseries) – Wednesday, Nov. 15
  • The Great Christmas Light Fight (season 10 of the ABC reality series) – Wednesday, Nov. 22
  • The Incredible Dr. Pol (season 23) – Wednesday, Nov. 22
  • PJ Masks (season 5) – Wednesday, Nov. 22


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

  • Canada's Drag Race (season 4) – Thursdays at 9:00 starting Nov. 16
  • Cross Country Cake Off (season 1 of the CTV series) – Friday, Nov. 24
  • Mary Makes It Easy: Good Baking Wenceslas (special from the CTV series) – Friday, Nov. 24
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Breathe In, Breathe Out (Wednesdays through Nov. 15); W5 (Fridays); The Traitors Canada (Saturdays); Dark Side of Comedy (Mondays at 10:00)

HBO original programming

  • Stand Up & Shout: Songs from a Philly High School (documentary) – Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 9:00
  • You Were My First Boyfriend ("hybrid documentary" about the high school experience) – Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 9:00
  • Albert Brooks: Defending My Life (documentary about the comedian, directed by Rob Reiner) – Saturday, Nov. 11 at 8:00
  • Love Has Won (docuseries about what HBO's lawyers have apparently decided to term an "obscure religious group branded a cult by many" and its leader Amy Carlson) – Mondays at 9:00 from Nov. 13 to 27
  • How We Get Free (The New York Times–produced short doc about cash bail abolition activist Elisabeth Epps) – Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 9:00
  • David Holmes: The Boy Who Lived (documentary about the stunt performer who was paralyzed while working as Daniel Radcliffe's stunt double in the Harry Potter franchise) – Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 9:00
  • South to Black Power (documentary about writer Charles M. Blow) – Thursday, Nov. 23 Tuesday, Nov. 28 at 10:00
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: The Gilded Age (Sundays); 30 Coins (Mondays)
  • 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, except Nov. 24); Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (Sundays at 11:00 p.m. ET, except Nov. 25)

[HBO] Max original programming

  • Rap Sh!t (season 2) – Thursdays starting Nov. 9 with two-episode premiere [rescheduled from August]
  • Julia (season 2 of the comedy-drama series about Julia Child) – Thursdays starting Nov. 16 with three-episode premiere
  • Bookie (sports gambling-themed dark comedy series co-created by Chuck Lorre and Nick Bakay, starring Sebastian Maniscalco) – Thursdays starting Nov. 30 with two-episode premiere
  • Selena + Chef: Home for the Holidays (holiday-themed spinoff specials from the Selena Gomez-led cooking series; technically commissioned by Food Network U.S., but Crave seems to have kept the Canadian rights as with the earlier series) – Thursdays starting Nov. 30
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Doom Patrol (Thursdays through Nov. 16 [series finale])

Showtime original programming

Programs are limited to that were already on-air when Crave's deal with Showtime ended at the end of 2022.

  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: The Circus (Sundays at 7:00 through Nov. 12)

New / recent release movies

  • Gigi & Nate (2022 coming-of-age drama film, via Lionsgate; already on Starz) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Soft (2022 Canadian drama film written and directed by Joseph Amenta, starring Matteus Lunot, via LevelFilm) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Wire Room (2022 action film starring Shane Dillon and Bruce Willis, via Lionsgate; already on Starz) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Into the Deep (2022 thriller starring Ella-Rae Smith, via Lionsgate; already on Starz [and not to be confused with the Netflix doc of the same name]) – Friday, Nov. 10
  • Lamborghini: The Man Behind the Legend (2022 biopic, via Lionsgate; already on Starz) – Friday, Nov. 10
  • Puss in Boots: The Last Wish (2022 DreamWorks animated sequel starring the voices of Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek, via Universal [and likely the last Universal film under Crave's longstanding pay-1 contract before Amazon took rights]) – Friday, Nov. 10
  • Violent Night (2022 Christmas action comedy film starring David Harbour, via Universal) – Friday, Nov. 10
  • The Honeymoon (2022 romantic comedy film, via Lionsgate; already on Starz) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • Jesus Revolution (2022 Christian drama film, via Lionsgate; already on Starz) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • The King's Daughter (2022 period drama film, via Gravitas; already on Starz) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • Fool's Paradise (2023 comedy film, via Lionsgate; already on Starz) – Friday, Nov. 24
  • Love Again (2023 romantic comedy-drama film based on the German film Text for You [SMS für Dich], starring Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Sam Heughan, and Celine Dion, via Sony) – Friday, Nov. 24
  • No Hard Feelings (2023 sex comedy film starring Jennifer Lawrence, via Sony) – Friday, Nov. 24
  • The Price We Pay (2023 horror film, via Lionsgate; already on Starz) – Friday, Nov. 24

Notable library movies

  • Elf (2003) – Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • Various other Christmas films – Fridays throughout the month

Other notable licensed programming

  • Love Island Games (international competition spin-off series of the ITV Studios format, hosted by Maya James and narrated by Iain Stirling) – generally nightly at 9:00 (except Saturdays) starting Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • Ten Pound Poms (Australian-British [Stan / BBC One] historical drama series starring Michelle Keegan) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Wipeout (additional season 2 episodes) – Friday, Nov. 24
  • The Freak Brothers (season 2, part 1; released on Tubi U.S. in June) – Saturday, Nov. 25
  • Power Players (season 1 of the children's animated action series) – Saturday, Nov. 25
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: The Voice (Tues-Wed); RuPaul's Drag Race UK (Thursdays at 5:00); The Winter King (season finale Sunday, Nov. 5 at 10:00)

Notable new programming on Starz

  • About My Father (2023 Lionsgate comedy film co-written by and starring Sebastian Maniscalco as a fictionalized version of himself, and Robert De Niro as his father) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Sisu (2023 Lionsgate-distributed historical action film starring Jorma Tommila) – Friday, Nov. 10
  • Godfather of Harlem (season 3) – Fridays starting Nov. 10 [listed under Crave but we believe this was in error since the other two seasons are on Starz; additionally, the season premiere is scheduled to air on the Starz 1 linear channel that day]
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Power Book Ⅳ: Force (Fridays through Nov. 10); Shining Vale (Fridays)

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; 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

  • P.I. Meena (Indian detective drama series) – Thursday, Nov. 2
  • Invincible (season 2 of the adult animated series) – Fridays starting Nov. 3
  • Romancero (Spanish horror series) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • BTS: Yet to Come (concert film) – Thursday, Nov. 9
  • Comedy Island (another edition of the semi-scripted comedy format; Filipino and Thai versions are already available) – Thursday, Nov. 9
  • 007: Road to a Million (James Bond-inspired reality competition series starring Brian Cox) – Fridays starting Nov. 10
  • Trevor Wallace: Pterodactyl (stand-up comedy special) – Tuesday, Nov. 14
  • Celebrity Hunted: Chasse à l’homme (season 3 of the Paris-set reality series) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • ExMas (Freevee original holiday rom-com film starring Leighton Meester and Robbie Amell) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • Maxine's Baby: The Tyler Perry Story (documentary about the prolific producer) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • Twin Love (reality dating series hosted by Brie and Nikki Garcia [who formerly performed in WWE as the Bella Twins]) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • Comedy Island Japan (yet another instalment in the Comedy Island format) – Wednesday, Nov. 22
  • Felipe Avello stand-up special (title TBA; not to be confused with his 2022 special I Just Want to Rest) – Wednesday, Nov. 22
  • Elf Me (Italian Christmas comedy film) – Friday, Nov. 24
  • LOL: Last One Laughing Brazil (season 3) – Friday, Nov. 24

New- or recent-release films

  • Girl's Play [Jojoen] (2017 Japanese film, described by Amazon as "exclusive content") – Thursday, Nov. 2
  • Asteroid City (2023 comedy-drama film co-written and directed by Wes Anderson, with a large ensemble cast, via Universal) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Landscape with Invisible Hand (2023 MGM sci-fi film based on the M.T. Anderson novel, co-starring Tiffany Haddish) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • Please Don't Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain (2023 direct-to-Peacock comedy film starring the Saturday Night Live digital short troupe, with appearances from the likes of Conan O'Brien and Bowen Yang) – Friday, Nov. 17 [Note: title corrected Nov. 3, somehow we'd gotten it into our heads it was "Foggy Bottom"]
  • Bottoms (2023 MGM satirical teen sex comedy film co-produced by Elizabeth Banks) – Tuesday, Nov. 21
  • Hypnotic (2023 mystery action film co-written and directed by Robert Rodriguez, starring Ben Affleck) – Friday, Nov. 24
  • My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 (2023 rom-com sequel written, directed by, and starring Nia Vardalos, via Universal) – Tuesday, Nov. 28

Notable licensed programming

  • Additional MGM-distributed classic films including Barbershop (2002) and West Side Story (1961) – Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2000 live-action film starring Jim Carrey) – Friday, Nov. 3


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 CBC / Gem original programming

  • Farm Crime (season 3) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • I Hate People, People Hate Me (short-form comedy series) – Tuesday, Nov. 7
  • BlackBerry (three-part serialized version of the 2023 Canadian film starring Glenn Howerton and Jay Baruchel) – Thursday, Nov. 9 [airs weekly on CBC TV]
  • 30th Giller Prize presentation – Monday, Nov. 13 at 9:00 p.m. ET
  • Sort Of (third and final season) – Fridays starting Nov. 17 [two episodes weekly; airs on CBC TV in early 2024]
  • Swan Song (docuseries about Karen Kain's final year with the National Ballet of Canada) – Wednesday, Nov. 22

Other notable Canadian programming

  • Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love (2019 Canadian-British doc about the relationship between Leonard Cohen and Marianne Ihlen) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Coyote [Le Coyote] (2022 Canadian drama film about a Mexican immigrant to Quebec) – Friday, Nov. 10
  • Underground [Souterrain] (2020 Canadian drama film set inside a Quebec mine) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • The White Fortress (2021 Bosnian-Canadian drama film) – Friday, Nov. 24
  • Eternal Spring (2022 Canadian animated doc centred on a 2002 protest in China, presented as an edition of The Passionate Eye) – Wednesday, Nov. 29

Notable premiere international programmg

  • Now and Then: The Last Beatles Song (short documentary about the newly AI-completed "final" Beatles single being released the following day) – Wednesday, Nov. 1 at 3:30 p.m. Eastern (airing simultaneously in all time zones on CBC TV; also released simultaneously on and possibly Disney+ in Canada; repeats on CBC TV at 11:30 p.m. local / 12:00 midnight NT)
  • Irvine Welsh's Crime (season 2 of the British crime drama series) – Friday, Nov. 10 [also on BritBox on Nov. 15]
  • Six Women [Les randonneuses] (2022 French [TF1] limited drama series) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • Another Body (American-British doc about deepfake technology, presented as an edition of The Passionate Eye) – Wednesday, Nov. 22

Other notable international programming

  • Escape to the Country (additional season 29 episodes) – Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • Peppa Pig (season 2) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Younger (seasons 1–2 of the 2015–21 TV Land comedy series; most recently on Prime Video in Canada) – Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • Harlots (third and final season of the 2017–19 series) – Friday, Nov. 24

Notable sports coverage

  • Santiago 2023 Pan American Games – now through Nov. 5
  • 2023 Billie Jean King Cup (previously Fed Cup) finals – Nov. 7–12
  • Santiago 2023 Parapan American Games – Nov. 17–26
  • U Sports [Canadian university sports] fall championships – Nov. 1–25; including football's Uteck Bowl (Nov. 18), Mitchell Bowl (Nov. 18), and Vanier Cup (Nov. 25)


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- / co-exclusive distribution) programming

  • Ink Master (season 15; P+ would really like you to know there is a contestant from Calgary this time named Sydney Dyer) – Wednesdays starting Nov. 1
  • Isle of MTV: Malta 2023 (highlights from the recent European music festival) – Wednesday, Nov. 1
  • The Rescue: The Weight of the World [El rapto] (Argentinian drama film) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Lawmen: Bass Reeves (first instalment in a potential anthology series, dramatizing the story of the first Black U.S. Marshal west of the Mississippi River, from executive producer Taylor Sheridan, starring David Oyelowo) – Sunday, Nov. 5
  • De La Calle (Latin music docuseries) – Tuesday, Nov. 7
  • Bring on the Dancing Horses (contemporary Western series starring Kate Bosworth; P+ appears to have Canadian rights only) – Friday, Nov. 10
  • Pay or Die (MTV Documentary Films presentation about the cost of insulin) – Tuesday, Nov. 14
  • Anderson "Spider" Silva (presumably a docuseries about the boxer) – Thursday, Nov. 16
  • NCIS: Sydney (Australian spin-off of the crime drama series) – Tuesdays starting Nov. 21 [episodes added one week after airing on Global]
  • Good Burger 2 (Nickelodeon comedy film sequel starring Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell) – Wednesday, Nov. 22
  • One Trillion Dollars [Eine Billion Dollar] (German drama miniseries) – Thursday, Nov. 23
  • CMT Smashing Glass: A Celebration of the Groundbreaking Women of Music (music special honouring Patti LaBelle and Tanya Tucker) – Tuesday, Nov. 28

Showtime original programming

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

  • The Curse (comedy series starring Emma Stone, Nathan Fielder, and Benny Safdie) – Fridays starting Nov. 10

New- or recent-release films

  • Dead Shot (2023 British period action film, via Quiver) – Friday, Nov. 3
  • Black Site (2022 action film, via Vertical) – Friday, Nov. 10
  • You're Killing Me (2023 horror film, via Quiver) – Friday, Nov. 17
  • Various 2022-23 MTV Documentary Films short subjects: Alive in Bronze; Birthing a Nation: The Resistance of Mary Gaffney; Last Songs from Kabul; A Tattoo on My Brain; The ABCs of Book Banning – Tuesday, Nov. 21
  • Sheroes (2023 Paramount-distributed action film) – Thursday, Nov. 23

Notable library programming

  • Drunk History (2013–19 Comedy Central series) – Tuesday, Nov. 7
  • Accused (season 1 of the 2023 Fox series) – Friday, Nov. 10
  • Hot Mess Holiday (2021 Diwali-themed Comedy Central telefilm) – Sunday, Nov. 12
  • Criminal Minds (seasons 7–12) – Monday, Nov. 13
  • The Hills (2006–10) and The Hills: New Beginnings (2019–21) – Tuesday, Nov. 21
  • Good Burger (1997) – Wednesday, Nov. 22
  • Digman! (season 1 of the Comedy Central animated sitcom) – Tuesday, Nov. 28
  • Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage (2010 Canadian music doc) – Wednesday, Nov. 29
  • Classified (listed as season 1 of a series; no other information yet available) – Thursday, Nov. 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)

  • W Network (also on StackTV): Hallmark Channel “Countdown to Christmas” telefilm event (now through Dec. 23; see website for specific listings)
  • BBC Earth (also on Prime Video Channels) / BBC First (in free preview through Dec. 31 on most TV providers) – Eden: Untamed Planet (nature docuseries narrated by Helena Bonham Carter – Sundays starting Nov. 26)

Streaming services

  • Apple TV+: Fingernails (sci-fi romance film – Friday, Nov. 3); The Buccaneers (drama series – Wednesdays starting Nov. 8); For All Mankind (S4 – Fridays starting Nov. 10); Monarch: Legacy of Monsters (Legendary Monsterverse [Godzilla, Kong, etc.] series – Fridays starting Nov. 17); The Velveteen Rabbit (family special – Wednesday, Nov. 22); Hannah Waddingham: Home for Christmas (holiday variety special – Wednesday, Nov. 22);
  • BritBox (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV): Lewis: Behind the Scenes (re the 2007 drama series – Wednesday, Nov. 1); Pointless (S29 of the British quiz show – Friday, Nov. 3); Bad Education (S1–4, 2015 film, and 2022 special of the 2012–present comedy series – Tuesday, Nov. 7); Unforgotten (S5 – Wednesday, Nov. 8); Irvine Welsh's Crime (S2 – Wednesday, Nov. 15 [also on CBC Gem Nov. 10]); Hope Street (S3 part 1 – Wednesday, Nov. 22); This Farming Life (S6 part 2 – Monday, Nov. 27); Chasing Shadows (crime drama miniseries – Tuesday, Nov. 28); Shetland (S8 – Wednesdays starting Nov. 29)

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