Posted August 31, 2022 • Last updated October 1, 2022

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

The fall TV season gets underway with shows like "The Rings of Power", "Andor", and "The Serpent Queen", new episodes of "Cobra Kai" and "The Good Fight", 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. As is typical for September, there is lots of new and returning programming this month, as the traditional fall TV season gets underway.

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 are in Canadian dollars and 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 $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 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 series

  • Buy My House (real estate reality competition series) – Friday, Sept. 2
  • Devil in Ohio (suspense thriller limited series based on the book by Daria Polatin, starring Emily Deschanel) – Friday, Sept. 2
  • Dated and Related (reality dating series, with pairs of siblings helping each other) – Friday, Sept. 2
  • Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives (season 2) – Friday, Sept. 2
  • Cocomelon (season 6) – Monday, Sept. 5
  • Chef's Table: Pizza (spin-off of the cooking docuseries) – Wednesday, Sept. 7
  • Cobra Kai (season 5)  – Friday, Sept. 9
  • Heartbreak High (reboot of the 1994–96 Australian high school drama) – Wednesday, Sept. 14
  • Sins of Our Mother (documentary miniseries about Lori Vallow) – Wednesday, Sept. 14
  • Fate: The Winx Saga (season 2) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • Love is Blind (season 2 "After the Altar" specials) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • Designing Miami (interior design series, featuring married rival designers Ray and Eilyn Jimenez) – Wednesday, Sept. 21
  • The Real Bling Ring: Hollywood Heist (documentary miniseries about the 2008–09 burglaries) – Wednesday, Sept. 21
  • Snabba Cash (season 2 of the Swedish action drama) – Thursday, Sept. 22
  • Thai Cave Rescue (limited series adaptation of the 2018 youth soccer team rescue) – Thursday, Sept. 22
  • The Dreamlife of Georgie Stone (documentary short about the Australian actress and trans rights advocate) – Thursday, Sept. 22
  • Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga (documentary about the 2021 short squeeze) – Wednesday, Sept. 28
  • Floor is Lava (season 3) – Friday, Sept. 30
  • Phantom Pups (family series about talking ghost dogs and kids that interact with them) – Friday, Sept. 30
  • Cyberpunk: Edgerunners (anime series) – date TBD

Notable exclusive-distribution "original" series

  • Dynasty (season 5) – Saturday, Sept. 24

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

  • Love in the Villa (romantic comedy set in Italty, starring Kat Graham and Tom Hopper) – Thursday, Sept. 1
  • Ivy + Bean; Ivy + Bean: The Ghost That Had to Go; Ivy + Bean: Doomed to Dance (three short-ish films based on the children's book series) – Friday, Sept. 2
  • Untold: The Race of the Century (ninth installment in the Untold sports documentary series; this edition concerns the 1983 America's Cup won by Australia Ⅱ) – Tuesday, Sept. 6
  • The Anthrax Attacks: In the Shadow of 9/11 (docufilm about the fall 2001 anthrax attacks) – Thursday, Sept. 8
  • End of the Road (thriller starring Queen Latifah and Ludacris) – Friday, Sept. 9
  • No Limit (romantic drama set in the world of freediving, starring Camille Rowe) – Friday, Sept. 9
  • Do Revenge (high school-set dark comedy starring Camila Mendes and Maya Hawke) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • Drifting Home (anime film) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • I Used to Be Famous (British drama about a former boy-band member, starring Ed Skrein) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • Jogi (1980s-set Indian drama starring Diljit Dosanjh) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • Skandal! Bringing Down Wirecard (docufilm about the German payment processor) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • Athena (French action thriller starring Dali Benssalah) – Friday, Sept. 23
  • A Jazzman's Blues (period drama written and directed by Tyler Perry, starring Joshua Boone) – Friday, Sept. 23
  • Lou (action thriller starring Allison Janney and Jurnee Smollett) – Friday, Sept. 23
  • Fullmetal Alchemist The Final Alchemy (third live-action film in the series) – Saturday, Sept. 24
  • Blonde (psychological drama about Marilyn Monroe, based on the 2000 novel by Joyce Carol Oates, starring Ana de Armas; rated NC-17 by the MPA) – Wednesday, Sept. 28
  • Entergalactic (adult animated music special created by and starring Scott "Kid Cudi" Mescudi; originally announced as a series but now billed as a "television event") – Friday, Sept. 30

Notable original comedy specials

  • Sheng Wang: Sweet and Juicy – Tuesday, Sept. 6
  • Jo Koy: Live from the Los Angeles Forum – Tuesday, Sept. 13
  • Patton Oswalt: We All Scream – Tuesday, Sept. 20
  • Nick Kroll: Little Big Boy – Tuesday, Sept. 27

Notable licensed programming

  • S.W.A.T. (season 5; previously on Global) – Thursday, Sept. 1
  • Young Sheldon (season 5; previously on CTV) – Thursday, Sept. 1
  • The Broken Hearts Gallery (2020 film via Elevation; previously on Crave) – Sunday, Sept. 4
  • The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run (2020 film via Paramount; previously on Prime Video) – Sunday, Sept. 4
  • Plaza Catedral (2021 Panamanian drama film via Samuel Goldwyn?) – Friday, Sept. 9
  • The Blacklist (season 9; previously on Global) – Wednesday, Sept. 21
  • Roald Dahl's The Witches (2020 film via Warner Bros.; previously on Crave) – Sunday, Sept. 25
  • Trauma (2010–14 Canadian TV series; originally aired on Radio-Canada) – date TBD


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.

There is a large number of premieres on September 8 timed to the second annual "Disney+ Day", which is indeed earlier this year compared to last year – the first was in November 2021.

Notable premiere or new-release films and specials

  • Doc McStuffins: The Doc is 10! (birthday special commemorating the tenth anniversary of the 2012–20 series' debut; originally aired in Canada on Disney Junior Aug. 27) – Friday, Sept. 2
  • Dancing with the Stars: The Pros' Most Memorable Dances (compilation special) – Thursday, Sept. 8
  • Pinocchio (live-action adaptation of the 1940 animated film, starring Tom Hanks, Cynthia Erivo, and Benjamin Evan Ainsworth) – Thursday, Sept. 8
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi: A Jedi's Return (documentary about the making of the recent limited series) – Thursday, Sept. 8
  • Thor: Love and Thunder (2022 Marvel Studios film directed by Taiki Waititi, starring Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman) and its making-of Assembled special – Thursday, Sept. 8
  • Welcome to the Club (The Simpsons short film) – Thursday, Sept. 8
  • Mija (documentary about music talent manager Doris Muñoz) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • Leave No Trace (ABC News Studios / Imagine Documentaries film about sexual abuse within the Boy Scouts of America; released on Hulu in June) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • Hocus Pocus 2 (sequel to the 1993 fantasy comedy/horror film Hocus Pocus starring Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy) – Friday, Sept. 30
  • Sing-along versions of: Frozen (Sept. 8), Frozen Ⅱ (Sept. 8), Coco (Sept. 16)

Notable Disney+ original series

  • Growing Up (coming-of-age "hybrid docu-series" from executive producer Brie Larson) – Thursday, Sept. 8
  • Terra Incognita [Tierra Incógnita] (Argentinian family mystery-horror series) – Thursday, Sept. 8
  • Short Circuit season 2, episode 6 ("Reflect") – Wednesday, Sept. 14
  • Dancing with the Stars (season 31 of the American version of the BBC Studios-produced competition series now co-hosted by Tyra Banks and Alfonso Ribeiro; previous seasons aired on ABC and most recently in Canada on Citytv) – live Mondays at 8:00 p.m. ET starting September 19
  • Andor (Star Wars universe series serving as a prequel to the 2016 film Rogue One, starring Diego Luna) – Wednesdays starting Sept. 21 (premiere rescheduled from Aug. 31)
  • Super/Natural (National Geographic nature docuseries from executive producer James Cameron and narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch; no relation to the similarly-titled 2005–20 CW drama series) – Wednesday, Sept. 21
  • The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers (season 2) – Wednesdays starting Sept. 28
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (Thursdays); High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (Wednesdays)

Notable Star original series

  • Grid (Korean thriller series; debuted on Disney+ in South Korea in February) – Wednesday, Sept. 7
  • Reservation Dogs (season 2) – Wednesdays starting Sept. 7
  • Tell Me Lies (Hulu drama series based on the Carola Lovering novel, starring Grace Van Patten and Jackson White) – Wednesdays starting Sept. 7
  • Cars on the Road (series based on the Pixar films, starring Owen Wilson and Larry the Cable Guy) – Thursday, Sept. 8
  • Wedding Season (British rom-com thriller series starring Rosa Salazar and Gavin Drea, commissioned by Disney+ UK) – Thursday, Sept. 8
  • Epic Adventures with Bertie Gregory (National Geographic series) – Thursday, Sept. 8
  • Best in Dough (Hulu pizza-making reality competition series hosted by Wells Adams) – Fridays starting Sept. 16
  • Reboot (Hulu comedy series about the reboot of an [fictional] early-2000s sitcom, starring Keegan-Michael Key, Judy Greer, Johnny Knoxville, Paul Reiser, and Rachel Bloom; no relation to the 1994–2001 Canadian computer-animated series) – Tuesdays starting Sept. 20
  • El repatriado (Mexican drama series) – Wednesday, Sept. 21
  • May It Please the Court (Korean legal mystery series) – Wednesdays starting Sept. 21
  • Rookie Cops (Korean drama series; debuted on Disney+ South Korea in early 2022) – Wednesday, Sept. 21 [Update (Oct. 1): Canadian release rescheduled for Oct. 12]
  • The Kardashians (season 2) – Thursdays starting Sept. 22
  • Reasonable Doubt (Hulu legal drama from executive producer Kerry Washington and Disney's Onyx Collective unit, starring Emayatzy Corinealdi) – Tuesdays starting Sept. 27
  • The D'Amelio Show (season 2) – Wednesdays starting Sept. 28
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Mike (Thursdays through Sept. 15); The Patient (Tuesdays); American Horror Stories (Wednesdays); The Bear (Wednesdays through Sept. 14); Fearless (Wednesdays); Maggie (Wednesdays through Sept. 14); Solar Opposites (season finale Wednesday, Sept. 7)

Notable library programming

  • More ESPN Films (mostly 30 for 30) documentaries – Friday, Sept. 2 and 9
  • Women of 9/11: A Special Edition of 20/20 with Robin Roberts – Wednesday, Sept. 7
  • Pride: To Be Seen (special from ABC News' "Soul of a Nation" project; aired on ABC in June) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • Criminal Minds (season 13) – Wednesday, Sept. 21
  • Episodes added weekly: Motherland: Fort Salem (Wednesday)


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

  • 1 Queen 5 Queers (season 2) – Thursdays from Sept. 1–22 (two episodes per week)
  • Chris Locke: Captain Bones (stand-up comedy special) – Friday, Sept. 30
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Canada's Drag Race (Thursdays at 9:00 p.m. ET through Sept. 8)

HBO original programming

  • Los Espookys (season 2) – Fridays at 11:00 p.m. ET starting Sept. 16
  • Escape from Kabul (documentary about the August 2021 evacuation through the Afghanistan airport) – Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 9:00 p.m. ET
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: House of the Dragon (Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET); Industry (Mondays at 9:00 p.m. ET through Sept. 19)
  • 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, on hiatus Sept. 2); Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (Sundays at 11:00 p.m. ET, on hiatus Sept. 4)

HBO Max original programming

  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Rap Sh!t (season finale Thursday, Sept. 1); Selena + Chef (final four season 3 episodes Thursday, Sept. 1)

Showtime original programming

  • Club Cumming Presents A Queer Comedy Extravaganza! ("cabaret-style" comedy special hosted by Alan Cumming) – Friday, Sept. 2
  • McEnroe (documentary film about tennis player and broadcaster John McEnroe) – streaming Friday, Sept. 2 (also airs on Crave 1 Sunday, Sept. 4 at 7:00 p.m. ET)
  • American Gigolo (drama series based on the 1980 Paul Schrader film, starring Jon Bernthal, Gretchel Mol, and Rosie O'Donnell) – streaming Fridays starting Sept. 9 (also airs on Crave 1 Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET)
  • Nothing Compares (documentary directed by Kathryn Ferguson about Sinéad O'Connor) – Friday, Sept. 30
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: City on a Hill (Fridays through Sept. 23)
  • Weekly topical programming (new episodes air "live" on Crave 1 and may not be posted on-demand until the next day): Vice (Sundays at 8:00 p.m. ET through Sept. 18); The Circus (Sundays at 8:00 p.m. ET resuming Sept. 25)

New / recent release movies

  • Elvis (2022 musical docudrama about Elvis Presley directed by Baz Luhrmann, starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks, via Warner Bros.) – Friday, Sept. 2
  • A House on the Bayou (2021 made-for-Epix Blumhouse horror film, via Paramount?) – Friday, Sept. 2
  • The Last Tourist (2021 Canadian documentary about ecological and other effects of tourism, via Elevation) – Friday, Sept. 9
  • Quickening (2021 Canadian drama about a young Pakistani Canadian woman, written and directed by Haya Waseem, via LevelFilm) – Friday, Sept. 9
  • 13 Minutes (2021 disaster film written and directed by Lindsay Gossling and starring Amy Smart and Anne Heche, via Quiver) – Friday, Sept. 9
  • Run Woman Run (2022 Canadian drama written and directed by Zoe Leigh Hopkins, via LevelFilm) – Friday, Sept. 9
  • Ella and the Little Sorcerer (2022 animated film also known as Cinderella and the Little Sorcerer, via Cineplex Pictures / eOne) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • Money Plane (2020 action film starring Adam "Edge" Copeland and Kelsey Grammer, via Quiver) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • Running with the Devil (2019 crime thriller starring Nicolas Cage and Laurence Fishburne, via Quiver) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • Jockey (2021 equestrian drama starring Clifton Collins Jr. and Molly Parker, via Mongrel / Sony Pictures Classics) – Friday, Sept. 23
  • Returning Home (2021 Canadian documentary about residential school survivor and Orange Shirt Day founder Phyllis Webstad) – Friday, Sept. 30

Notable library movies

  • Classic (?) family films Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole (Warner Bros., 2010 – Sept. 2), FernGully: The Last Rainforest (20th Century Fox, 1992 – Sept. 9), and Born to Be Wild (Warner Bros., 1995 – Sept. 16)

Other notable licensed programming

  • The Big Bang Theory (season 11) – Thursday, Sept. 1
  • The Goldbergs (season 9) – Friday, Sept. 2
  • Iron Man: Armored Adventures (season 1 of the 2009–12 Marvel animated series, which has somehow not been locked down by Disney) – Saturday, Sept. 10
  • The Voice (season 22) – Tuesdays and Wednesdays starting Sept. 20 (day after broadcast on CTV2)
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Star Trek: Lower Decks (Thursdays); RuPaul's Secret Celebrity Drag Race (Fridays through Sept. 30); RuPaul's Drag Race Down Under (Saturdays through Sept. 17); Drag Race Philippines (Wednesdays)

Notable new programming on Starz

  • The Divergent Series (all three films, released by Lionsgate 2014–16) – Friday, Sept. 9
  • The Serpent Queen (period drama based on the life of Catherine de' Medici, starring Samantha Morton) – Sundays starting Sept. 11
  • Private Property (2022 remake of the 1960 thriller, starring Ashley Benson and Shiloh Fernandez, via Lionsgate) – Friday, Sept. 23
  • Ramy (season 3) – all episodes available Friday, Sept. 30
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Power Book Ⅲ: Raising Kanan (Sundays through Sept. 18)

Not yet confirmed

  • The Handmaid's Tale (season 5) – available on Hulu (U.S.) Wednesdays starting Sept. 14 (typically also available on CTV Drama in Canada)

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

  • DC's Stargirl (season 3) – Wednesday, Sept. 1
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power (fantasy series set in the Second Age of J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth, covering events well before those depicted in The Hobbit and LOTR itself, with a large ensemble cast) – Fridays starting Sept. 2 (first two episodes may be available as early as 9:00 p.m. ET on Thursday, Sept. 1)
  • Flight/Risk (documentary about those affecting by the Boeing 737 Max crashes in 2018–19) – Friday, Sept. 9
  • Goodnight Mommy (American remake of the 2014 Austrian psychological horror film, starring Naomi Watts) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • The Grand Tour season 5, episode 1 ("A Scandi Flick", exploring the Scandinavian part of the Arctic Circle) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • The Capture (season 2) – Friday, Sept. 30
  • Jungle (drama series exploring struggles "viewed through the prism of UK rap and drill music") – Friday, Sept. 30
  • My Best Friend's Exorcism (supernatural horror film starring Elsie Fisher and Amiah Miller) – Friday, Sept. 30

New-release films

  • Petite Maman (2021 French fantasy drama, via Elevation/Neon) – Tuesday, Sept. 6 (rescheduled from July 1)
  • Last Seen Alive (2022 action thriller starring Gerard Butler, via Voltage) – Thursday, Sept. 8
  • Morbius (2022 loosely Spider-Man-connected film starring Jared Leto as the titular living vampire, via Sony/Columbia) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • First Love (2022 romantic drama starring Diane Kruger and Hero Fiennes Tiffin, via Voltage) – Saturday, Sept. 17
  • Dog (2022 dramedy road movie starring Channing Tatum, via MGM) – Friday, Sept. 23
  • Infinite Storm (2022 adventure film starring Naomi Watts and Billy Howle, via Sony / Stage 6) – Monday, Sept. 26

Notable licensed programming

  • First two seasons for each of various NBCUniversal reality series that just happen to be available in full on the Hayu add-on channel on Prime Video, including The Real Housewives of Orange County, Vanderpump Rules, and Top Chef – Fridays starting Sept. 9


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 (or in full) on the Premium tier, but roll out on the free tier over time.

Notable original programming

  • Fakes (young adult comedy series co-commissioned with Netflix about "two best friends who accidentally build one of the largest fake ID empires in North America", starring Emilija Baranac and Jennifer Tong) – starts Thursday, Sept. 1
  • 2022 Polaris Music Prize Gala – Monday, Sept. 19
  • Lido TV (variety series hosted by Colombian-Canadian musician Lido Pimienta) – starts Friday, Sept. 23
  • virgins! (short-form dramatic comedy series about four "20-something" women who have moved from east Africa to Toronto) – starts Tuesday, Sept. 27
  • Dreams in Vantablack (short-form animated anthology series featuring Black youth poets) – starts Thursday, Sept. 29

CBC Television original programming

  • Family Feud Canada (season 4) – Mondays–Thursdays starting Sept. 12 (also on CBC TV at 7:30 p.m. local / 8:00 p.m. Newfoundland time)
  • Murdoch Mysteries (season 16) – Mondays starting Sept. 12 (8:00 / 8:30 NT)
  • The North Water (miniseries starring Colin Farrell; co-commissioned with Super Channel, which aired the series in fall 2021) – Mondays starting Sept. 12 (9:00 / 9:30 NT)
  • This Hour Has 22 Minutes (season 30) – Tuesdays starting Sept. 13 (8:00 / 8:30 NT)
  • Strays (season 2) – Tuesdays starting Sept. 13 (8:30 / 9:00 NT)
  • Comedy Night with Rick Mercer (Just for Laughs-produced stand-up specials featuring numerous comedians) – Tuesdays starting Sept. 13 (9:00 / 9:30 NT)
  • Summit 72 (docuseries about the 1972 Canada-USSR Summit Series) – Wednesdays starting Sept. 14 (8:00 / 8:30 NT)
  • War of the Worlds (season 3 of the Howard Overman-created adaptation) – Wednesdays starting Sept. 14 (9:00 / 9:30 NT)
  • Dragons' Den (season 17) – Thursdays starting Sept. 15 (8:00 / 8:30 NT)
  • The Fifth Estate (season 48) – Thursdays starting Sept. 29 (9:00 / 9:30 NT)
  • The Passionate Eye (documentary anthology series) – Fridays starting Sept. 16 with Into the Weeds by Jennifer Baichwal at 8:00 / 8:30 NT (normally airs at 9:00 / 9:30 NT)

Other notable Canadian programming

  • Islands (2021 "coming-of-middle-age" drama film written and directed by Martin Edralin, starring Rogelio Balagtas and Vangie Alcasid, via Circus Zero?) – Thursday, Sept. 1
  • The Next Step (season 1) – Friday, Sept. 2
  • Anne at 13,000 ft. (2021 drama about a woman whose skydiving trip changes her life, directed by Kazik Radwanski and starring Deragh Campbell, via Cinema Guild) – Friday, Sept. 9
  • Our Loved Ones [Les êtres chers] (2015 drama starring Maxim Gaudette and Karelle Tremblay) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • Honey Bee (2018 drama starring Julia Sarah Stone and Martha Plimpton) – Saturday, Sept. 17
  • Boys vs. Girls (2020 comedy starring Kevin McDonald and Colin Mochrie, via Mongrel; previously on Crave) – Friday, Sept. 23
  • Bimibatoo-win: Where I Ran (documentary about residential school survivor Charlie Bittern) – Tuesday, Sept. 27
  • The Rest of Us (2019 drama starring Heather Graham and Sophie Nélisse, via LevelFilm; previously on Crave) – Friday, Sept. 30

Notable premiere international programmg

  • Das Boot (season 3) – starts Thursday, Sept. 1
  • Noughts + Crosses (season 2) – starts Wednesday, Sept. 7
  • Our House (thriller miniseries based on the novel by Louise Candlish, starring Tuppence Middleton and Martin Compston) – starts Friday, Sept. 9
  • Burnout: The Truth About Work (British documentary about overwork) – Friday, Sept. 16
  • Rhod Gilbert: Stand Up to Shyness (British documentary about shyness) – Friday, Sept. 23
  • Overcoming Depression: Mind Over Marathon (British documentary miniseries about people affected with different mental health issues training for the London Marathon) – Friday, Sept. 30

Other notable international programming

  • Malory Towers (season 2, part 2) – Thursday, Sept. 1
  • Casual (season 3, also available on Netflix) – starts Wednesday, Sept. 14
  • The History of Comedy (season 1 of the 2017–18 CNN docuseries) – starts Friday, Sept. 16


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. Note that due to 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

  • Ink Master (season 14 of the tattooing reality competition series previously aired by Paramount Network; described by Paramount+ as "season 1") –  Wednesdays starting September 7
  • SEAL Team (season 6) – Sundays starting September 18
  • On the Come Up (streaming-exclusive Paramount Players-produced film adaptation of the young adult novel, starring Jamila C. Gray and Da’Vine Joy Randolph) – Friday, September 23
  • Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years (season 2) – Friday, September 30

Notable exclusive-distribution programming

  • From (Epix sci-fi horror series starring Harold Perrineau and Catalina Sandino Moreno, via MGM) – Tuesday, September 27

Notable library programming

  • Beyond the Edge (season 1 of the CBS reality series) – Tuesday, September 6
  • Everybody Hates Chris (complete 2005–09 Paramount-produced UPN / CW comedy series based on the early life of Chris Rock) – Tuesday, September 6
  • Beavis & Butt-Head ("remastered episodes from the original series") – Friday, September 16
  • Spin City (complete 1996–2002 DreamWorks-produced ABC comedy series initially starring Michael J. Fox) – Tuesday, September 20
  • Numerous horror movies for which Paramount controls distribution rights, including Friday the 13th Ⅰ–Ⅷ (1980–89), The Ring (2005), Sweeney Todd (2007), Shutter Island (2010) – Tuesday, September 27
  • Like a Boss (2020 Paramount film) – Friday, September 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)

  • CTV: 74th Primetime Emmy Awards (Monday, Sept. 12); Children Ruin Everything (season 2 – Mondays starting Sept. 19); The Cleaning Lady (season 2 – Mondays starting Sept. 19); The Amazing Race 34 (Wednesdays starting Sept. 21); Transplant (season 3 – Fridays starting Sept. 23); The Rookie (season 5 – Sundays starting Sept. 25); see full press release for additional new/returning fall series
  • Global (also on StackTV): Monarch (premieres Wednesday, Sept. 14, then Sundays starting Sept. 25); 9-1-1 (season 6 – Mondays staring Sept. 19)  Survivor 43 (Wednesdays starting Sept. 21); Abbott Elementary (season 2 – Wednesdays starting Sept. 21); Ghosts (American season 2 – Thursdays starting Sept. 29); CSI: Vegas (season 2 – Thursdays starting Sept. 29); see full press release for additional new/returning fall series
  • Citytv (also on Citytv+): Capital One College Bowl (Fridays starting Sept. 9); Quantum Leap (Mondays starting Sept. 19); Chicago series (new seasons – Wednesdays starting Sept. 21); Law & Order series (new seasons – Thursdays, starting Sept. 22 with a three-hour seamless "crossover movie"); Bachelor in Paradise (season 8 – premieres Tuesday, Sept. 27, Mondays and Tuesdays thereafter); full fall premiere schedule not yet announced
  • Showcase (also on StackTV): The Midwich Cuckoos (Thursdays starting Sept. 1); The Resort (Sundays starting Sept. 11); Tom Swift (Tuesdays starting Sept. 13)
  • W Network (also on StackTV): Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem ("Chapter 2" – Sunday, Sept. 4); The Good Fight (season 6 – Thursdays starting Sept. 8); Days of Our Lives (moving from Global, weekdays starting Monday, Sept. 12 – added to listings Sept. 3); Vampire Academy (Sundays starting Sept. 18)
  • Adult Swim (also on StackTV): Rick & Morty (season 6 – Sundays starting Sept. 4)
  • FX (also on Citytv+): Atlanta (season 4 – Thursdays starting Sept. 15)
  • CTV Drama: Queen Sugar (season 7 – Tuesdays starting Sept. 6) [added to listings Sept. 6]
  • Discovery: Deadliest Catch: The Viking Returns (Tuesdays starting Sept. 13 Thursdays starting Sept. 15 [corrected Sept. 10])
  • 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): Pantheon (speculative adult animated series starring Daniel Dae Kim – Thursdays starting Sept. 1)
  • Apple TV+: Life by Ella (family series – Sept. 2); Central Park (season 3 – Fridays starting Sept. 9); Gutsy (Clintons-produced docuseries – Friday, Sept. 9); Sidney (Poitier documentary – Friday, Sept. 23); The Greatest Beer Run Ever (drama film starring Zac Efron and Russell Crowe – Friday, Sept. 30)
  • BritBox (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV): Inside No. 9 (season 7 – Sept. 6); Shetland (season 7 – Sept. 13); Murder, Mystery and My Family (season 5 – Sept. 23); Murder, Mystery and My Family: Case Closed (seasons 3–4 – Sept. 23); Suspect (Channel 4 mystery drama starring James Nesbitt – Sept. 27)
  • Discovery+: House of Hammer (Armie Hammer docuseries – Sept. 2); see press release for additional September programming (some programs listed may not be available in Canada)
  • Teletoon+ (previously Nick+; available on Prime Video): relaunching Sept. 1 with Cartoon Network and Warner Bros. Animation content, e.g. Animaniacs and Adventure Time, replacing Nickelodeon programs

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