Posted September 4, 2023 • Last updated September 4, 2023

What's new on Canadian streaming & TV in September 2023?

Premiering or returning on streaming this month: "Sex Education", "The Little Mermaid" (2023), "The Fabelmans", Apple's "The Morning Show", and more.

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Happy Labour Day to those that observe. It's finally, belatedly, 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.

*An asterisk denotes ongoing programming that debuted in previous months that was not covered in our previous monthly guides.


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 a portion of 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 are sometimes 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

  • Disenchantment ("part 5" [third and final production season of 10 episodes]) – Friday, Sept. 1
  • Love is Blind: After the Altar (follow-up episodes to season 4 of the main series) – Friday, Sept. 1
  • Gamera Rebirth (anime series based on the Japanese monster franchise) – Thursday, Sept. 7
  • Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight (season 2) – Thursday, Sept. 7
  • Top Boy (season 3) – Thursday, Sept. 7
  • Virgin River (season 5) – Thursday, Sept. 7
  • A Time Called You (South Korean fantasy-romance series) – Friday, Sept. 8
  • Selling the OC (season 2) – Friday, Sept. 8
  • My Little Pony: Make Your Mark ("chapter 5") – Monday, Sept. 18
  • Kengan Ashura (season 2) – Thursday, Sept. 21
  • Sex Education (fourth and final season) – Thursday, Sept. 21
  • Love is Blind (season 5) – Friday, Sept. 22
  • Little Baby Bum: Music Time (episodic series based on the long-running Moonbug-owned children's animation property) – Monday, Sept. 25
  • Castlevania: Nocturne (spin-off of the adult animated dark fantasy series based on the Konami video games) – Thursday, Sept. 28
  • Power Rangers: Cosmic Fury (continuation of the franchise's previous installment Dino Fury) – Friday, Sept. 29

Notable exclusive-distribution "original" series

  • Glow Up: Britain's Next Make-Up Star (season 5; aired on BBC Three in the UK this past spring) – Tuesday, Sept. 12

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

  • Love at First Sight (romantic comedy starring Haley Lu Richardson, based on a similarly-named 2011 novel by Jennifer E. Smith) – Friday, Sept. 15
  • Spy Kids: Armageddon (family spy comedy film rebooting the franchise that began in 2001, directed and co-written by Robert Rodriguez, starring Gina Rodriguez and Zachary Levi) – Friday, Sept. 22
  • Overhaul (Brazilian racing-themed action film starring Thiago Martins) – Wednesday, Sept. 27
  • The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar (short film written and directed by Wes Anderson, starring Ralph Fiennes and Benedict Cumberbatch, the first of a series of four shorts based on stories from the Roald Dahl collection of the same name) – streaming date not confirmed but expected to be Wednesday, Sept. 27 (following limited theatrical release that begins Sept. 20)
  • Love is in the Air (Australian flight-themed romantic comedy starring Delta Goodrem) – Thursday, Sept. 28

Notable documentary films and series

  • Predators (nature docuseries narrated by Tom Hardy) – Wednesday, Sept. 6
  • Scout's Honor: The Secret Files of the Boy Scouts of America [or Scouts Honor; Netflix has spelled it both ways] (doc concerning the U.S. organization's sexual abuse scandal) – Wednesday, Sept. 6
  • Spy Ops (true crime docuseries discussing stories of various intelligence operatives) – Friday, Sept. 8
  • Wrestlers (behind-the-scenes docuseries concerning Ohio Valley Wrestling, a former WWE developmental territory now operating independently) – Wednesday, Sept. 13
  • The Saint of Second Chances (doc directed by Morgan Spurlock concerning baseball promoter Mike Veeck) – Tuesday, Sept. 19
  • Encounters (docuseries concerning "true stories of encounters with otherworldly phenomena", from producers including Amblin Television and Vice Studios) – Wednesday, Sept. 27

Notable comedy specials

  • Shane Gillis: Beautiful Dogs – Tuesday, Sept. 5
  • Michelle Wolf: It's Great to Be Here – Tuesday, Sept. 12
  • Kountry Wayne: A Woman's Prayer – Tuesday, Sept. 19

New or recent-release films

  • F9: The Fast Saga (2021 Universal film) – Friday, Sept. 1 (previously on Crave)
  • Halloween Kills (2021 Universal film) – Friday, Sept. 1 (previously on Crave)

Notable licensed programming

  • Pitch Perfect film series (2012–17) – Friday, Sept. 1
  • Young Sheldon (season 6, previously aired on CTV) – Friday, Sept. 1
  • Paw Patrol (season 9) – Monday, Sept. 4
  • Snowpiercer (presumably the 2013 film that begot the 2020–present series already on Netflix in Canada) – Thursday, Sept. 21


Disney+ currently costs $11.99 per month, or $119.99 per year, in Canada. Star, Disney's general entertainment hub which has offerings similar but not identical to Hulu in the U.S., is included at no extra charge in the Canadian service.

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

Notable premiere or new-release films and specials

  • The Jewel Thief (Hulu documentary about Gerald Blanchard; previously scheduled for a July 13 release in Canada) – Friday, Sept. 1
  • The Little Mermaid (2023 Disney live-action adaptation of the 1989 animated film loosely based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale, starring Halle Bailey, Daveed Diggs, and Melissa McCarthy) – Wednesday, Sept. 6
  • Theater Camp (2023 Searchlight comedy film about a theatre camp based on the 2020 short film, directed by Molly Gordon and Nick Lieberman, who co-wrote with Ben Platt and Noah Galvin, most of whom are among the ensemble cast) – Thursday, Sept. 14
  • Lang Lang Plays Disney (concert film of a performance of various Disney-associated songs by the renowned pianist) – Friday, Sept. 15
  • No One Will Save You (direct-to-streaming 20th Century Studios sci-fi thriller starring Kaitlyn Dever) – Friday, Sept. 22  

Notable Disney+ original series

  • I Am Groot (season 2) – Wednesday, Sept. 6
  • Animals Up Close with Bertie Gregory (National Geographic docuseries) – Wednesday, Sept. 13
  • Marvel Studios Assembled (new editions, both on Wednesdays): "The Making of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" – Sept. 13; "The Making of Secret Invasion" – Sept. 20
  • Launchpad (season 2 of the short film anthology series: "Beautiful, FL", "Black Belts", "The Ghost", "Maxine", "Project CC", "The Roof") – Friday, Sept. 29
  • Marvel Studios Legends (additional season 2 episodes, possibly tied to The Marvels [in theatres Nov. 10]) – Friday, Sept. 29
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Ahsoka (Tuesdays at 9:00pm ET; additionally the special Master & Apprentice: A Special Look at Ahsoka will be released on Friday, Sept. 8)

Notable Star original, exclusive, or co-exclusive series

  • The First Responders (season 2 of the Korean drama series) – Fridays and Saturdays from Aug. 4* to Sept. 9
  • Arthdal Chronicles (season 2 of the South Korean fantasy series, subtitled "The Sword of Aramun"; season 1 currently available only on Netflix in Canada) – Saturdays and Sundays starting Sept. 9
  • American Dad! (season 19, part 2; episodes added about a week after linear broadcast on Much) – Tuesdays starting Sept. 12
  • Betrayal: The Perfect Husband (Hulu / ABC News Studios docuseries) – Wednesday, Sept. 13
  • Phoenix: Eden 17 (anime series) – Wednesday, Sept. 13
  • The Other Black Girl (Hulu / Onyx Collective comedy-drama thriller series based on the 2021 novel by Zakiya Dalila Harris, starring Sinclair Daniel and Ashleigh Murray) – Wednesday, Sept. 13
  • This Fool (season 2; released in full on Hulu U.S. in July) – Wednesdays starting Sept. 13
  • Irrésistible (French romantic comedy series starring Camélia Jordana and Théo Navarro-Mussy) – Wednesday, Sept. 20
  • The Worst of Evil (South Korean crime drama series – Wednesdays starting Sept. 27
  • The Kardashians (season 4) – Thursdays starting Sept. 28
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Futurama (Mondays); Solar Opposites (Mondays); Synduality: Noir (Mondays); Only Murders in the Building (Tuesdays); Moving (Wednesdays through Sept. 20); NCT 127: The Lost Boys (remaining episodes Wed., Sept. 6); Reservation Dogs (Wednesdays); Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War (most Saturdays)

Notable library or licensed programming

  • More classic Disney animated shorts: All Wet (1927 – Sept. 5), Trolley Troubles (1927 – Sept. 5), The Barn Dance (1929 – Sept. 8); Playful Pluto (1934 – Sept. 8); Mickey's Kangaroo (1935 – Sept. 8); Merbabies (1938 – Sept. 8); Bone Trouble (1940 – Sept. 8); Pluto Junior (1942 – Sept. 8)
  • Praise Petey (season 1 of the Freeform animated series starring Annie Murphy; previously aired in Canada on ABC Spark) – Wednesday, Sept. 6
  • Venom (presumably the 2018 Columbia Pictures non-MCU film) – Friday, Sept. 8
  • Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir (season 5; previously aired in Canada on Family Channel) – Wednesday, Sept. 20
  • Big City Greens (season 3) – Wednesday, Sept. 27
  • Raven's Home (season 6) – Wednesday, Sept. 27
  • Explorer: Lost in the Arctic (National Geographic Channel docuseries) – Friday, Sept. 29


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. Specific release times listed below are in p.m. ET unless otherwise indicated.

Crave / Bell Media original programming

  • Battle of the Generations (season 1, part 1 of the CTV series) – Friday, Sept. 1
  • Roast Battle Canada (season 3 of the CTV Comedy series) – Friday, Sept. 1
  • Still I Rise [Après le déluge] (Quebec drama series; previously released in French only) – Thursdays starting Sept. 7
  • Revival69: The Concert that Rocked the World (original doc about the 1969 Toronto Rock 'n' Roll Revival festival) – Wednesday, Sept. 13
  • Fun'Q with Spencer Watts (season 1 of the CTV Life series) – Friday, Sept. 15
  • The Amazing Race Canada (season 9 of the CTV series) – Friday, Sept. 22
  • The Guild Garage (season 7 of the Discovery Velocity Canada series) – Friday, Sept. 22
  • I Have Nothing (original "docu-comedy" series created by and starring Carolyn Taylor, inspired by the Whitney Houston-performed song of the same name) – Saturday, Sept. 23 at 9:00
  • Shoresy (season 2 of the Letterkenny spin-off) – Friday, Sept. 29

HBO original programming

  • Donyale Luna: Supermodel (documentary directed by Nailah Jefferson about the woman sometimes called the "first Black supermodel") – Wednesday, Sept. 13
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: How To with John Wilson (series finale Friday, Sept. 1 at 11:00); Winning Time (Sundays at 9:00 through Sept. 17)
  • Weekly topical programming: Real Time and Last Week Tonight still on hiatus due to the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes

[HBO] Max original programming

  • Starstruck (season 3 of the British rom-com series) – Thursday, Sept. 28

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: Billions (Fridays); The Chi (Fridays through Sept. 22)

New / recent release movies

  • The Pope's Exorcist (2023 supernatural horror film based on two books by Gabriele Amorth, starring Russell Crowe, via Sony) – Friday, Sept. 1
  • Aftersun (2022 coming-of-age drama written and directed by Charlotte Wells, starring Paul Mescal and Frankie Corio, via Sphere) – Friday, Sept. 8
  • The Fabelmans (2022 semi-autobiographical coming-of-age drama directed by Steven Spielberg, co-written by Spielberg and Tony Kushner, starring Michelle Williams and Paul Dano, via Universal) – Friday, Step. 8
  • Until Branches Bend (2022 Canadian drama film written and directed by Sophie Jarvis, starring Grace Glowicki, via Photon) – Friday, Sept. 8
  • Brother (2022 Canadian drama film based on the novel by David Chariandy, written and directed by Clement Virgo, starring Aaron Pierre and Lamar Johnson, via Elevation) – Friday, Sept. 15
  • One Fine Morning [Un beau matin] (2022 French romantic drama film written and directed by Mia Hansen-Løve, starring Léa Seydoux and Pascal Greggory, via Mongrel / Sony Classics) – Friday, Sept. 15
  • Tár (2022 psychological drama written and directed by Todd Field, starring Cate Blanchett, via Universal) – Friday, Sept. 15
  • Big George Foreman: The Miraculous Story of the Once and Future Heavyweight Champion of the World (2023 sports biopic starring Khris Davis, via Sony) – Friday, Sept. 22
  • Mindcage (2022 mystery thriller film starring Martin Lawrence, via Lionsgate; already on Starz) – Friday, Sept. 22
  • The Killing of Two Lovers (2021 drama film, via Elevation; previously on Prime Video [we think]) – Friday, Sept. 29
  • Therapy Dogs (2023 Canadian comedy-drama set in high school, directed by Ethan Eng, who co-writes and stars with Justin Morrice, via Mongrel) – Friday, Sept. 29
  • Violent Night (2022 Christmas action comedy film starring David Harbour as Santa Claus, via Universal) – Friday, Sept. 29

Notable library movies

  • The Bodyguard (1992 Warner Bros. film) – Saturday, Sept. 23

Other notable licensed programming

  • The Big Bang Theory (twelfth and final season, originally aired on CBS / CTV in 2018–19) – Friday, Sept. 1
  • Temptation Island (season 5, previously aired on other Bell Media channels) – Friday, Sept. 1
  • The Winter King (British Arthurian historical fiction series based on the Warlord Chronicles novels produced by Sony for MGM+ [U.S.] / ITVX [UK]) – Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET starting Sept. 10
  • The Voice (season 24, also on CTV2) – Tuesdays and/or Wednesdays starting Sept. 26

Notable new programming on Starz

  • Power Book Ⅳ: Force (season 2) – Fridays starting Sept. 1
  • Fool's Paradise (2023 Lionsgate comedy film written, directed by, and starring Charlie Day) – Friday, Sept. 15
  • Somewhere in Queens (2023 Lionsgate comedy film co-written, directed by, and starring Ray Romano, also starring Laurie Melcalf) – Friday, Sept. 22
  • John Wick: Chapter 4 (2023 Lionsgate action sequel starring Keanu Reeves) – Friday, Sept. 29
  • Ongoing, new episodes weekly: Heels (Fridays through Sept. 15); Minx (Fridays through Sept. 8)

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. This list is not exhaustive; due to a large number of library titles premiering this month, we are being more selective than usual.

Original (or exclusive Canadian distribution) programming

  • The Wheel of Time (season 2) – Fridays starting Sept. 1
  • FC Barcelona: A New Era (season 2 of the soccer docuseries) – Wednesday, Sept. 6
  • Sentinelle (French comedy film starring Jonathan Cohen, not to be confused with the 2021 Netflix action film of the same name) – Friday, Sept. 8
  • Sitting in Bars with Cake (baking-themed romantic comedy film starring Yara Shahidi and Odessa A'zion) – Friday, Sept. 8
  • All or Nothing: The National Team in Qatar [All or Nothing: Die Nationalmannschaft in Katar] (German soccer docuseries) – Friday, Sept. 8
  • The Kidnapping Day (South Korean drama series) – Wednesday, Sept. 13
  • A Million Miles Away (biopic about astronaut José Hernández, starring Michael Peña) – Friday, Sept. 15
  • Wilderness (British thriller series based on the novel by B.E. Jones, starring Jenna Coleman and Oliver Jackson-Cohen) – Friday, Sept. 15
  • Killer Coaster (French crime drama series) – Friday, Sept. 15
  • Neighbours (new season of the long-running Australian soap opera now co-produced by Amazon, most recently seen in Canada via OutTV) – Mondays to Thursdays starting Sept. 18
  • Cassandro (biopic about gay wrestler Saúl Armendáriz who performed as "Cassandro", starring Gael García Bernal and Bad Bunny) – Friday, Sept. 22
  • The Continental: From the World of John Wick (Lionsgate-produced crime drama miniseries originally commissioned by Starz but sold to Peacock U.S. and Prime Video internationally, starring Colin Woodell and Mel Gibson) – Fridays from Sept. 22 to Oct. 6
  • Gen V (young adult spin-off of The Boys based on the "We Gotta Go Now" arc of the comic books, starring Jaz Sinclair, Change Perdomo, and Patrick Schwarzenegger) – Fridays starting Sept. 29

New-release films

  • Book Club: The Next Chapter (2022 sequel to the 2018 romantic comedy film, starring Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen and Mary Steenburgen, via Universal / Focus) – Saturday, Sept. 9
  • Sanctuary (2022 psychological thriller film starring Margaret Qualley and Christopher Abbott, via Mongrel) – Saturday, Sept. 9

Notable licensed programming

  • Dirty Dancing (presumably the 1987 film) – Monday, Sept. 18


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

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

Notable Canadian programming

  • The New Wave of Standup (season 4) – added Monday, Aug. 28*
  • Rusty Rivets (2016–2020 Canadian kids animated series) – season 1 avaialble Friday, Sept. 1; season 2 available Sept. 15; season 3 availability TBA
  • Aunty B's House (live-action "preschool sitcom" set in a foster home) – Monday, Sept. 4 [also on CBC TV starting Sept. 11]
  • The Kid Detective (2020 Canadian comedy-drama film starring Adam Brody) – Friday, Sept. 8
  • The Passionate Eye (new season of the documentary anthology series) – Wednesdays starting Sept. 13 [also on CBC TV]
  • Black Conflux (2019 Canadian drama film starring Ella Ballentine) – Friday, Sept. 15
  • Telling Our Story (docuseries about the First Peoples of Quebec, directed by Kim O'Bomsawin) – Sunday, Sept. 17
  • Family Feud Canada (season 5) – weeknights starting Sept. 18 [also on CBC TV]
  • This Hour Has 22 Minutes (season 31) – Tuesdays starting Sept. 19 [also on CBC TV]
  • Bones of Crows (expanded/serialized limited series version of the 2022 drama film starring Grace Dove) – Wednesdays starting Sept. 20 [also on CBC TV]
  • Dragons' Den (season 18) – Thuersdays starting Sept. 21
  • Roads in February [Les routes en février] (2018 Canadian-Uruguayan drama film starring Arlen Aguayo-Stewart) – Friday, Sept. 22
  • The Legacy Awards (2nd edition of the ceremony hosted by The Black Academy) – Sunday, Sept. 24
  • Still Standing (season 9 of the comedy docuseries with Jonny Harris) – Tuesdays starting Sept. 26
  • The Lighthouse (2019 Canadian-American drama film starring Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson) – Friday, Sept. 29

Notable premiere international programmg

  • Spellbound (French-German tween fantasy/drama series set in the same universe as Find Me in Paris) – Friday, Sept. 1
  • Cook Clever, Waste Less with Prue & Rupy (Channel 4 [UK] food docuseries featuring Prue Leith and Dr. Rupy Aujla) – Wednesday, Sept. 6

Other notable international programming

  • Hello Kitty: Super Style! (kids animated series co-produced by Amazon) – Monday, Sept. 4 [also on CBC TV]
  • Harlots (season 2 of the British drama series) – Friday, Sept. 8
  • Hey Duggee (season 3) – Friday, Sept. 8
  • The Mum Who Got Tourette's (British documentary) – Friday, Sept. 15
  • Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs (season 11) – Friday, Sept. 29


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

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

Notable original or exclusive programming

  • Office Race (comedy film starring Beck Bennett and Joel McHale) – Monday, Sept. 4
  • Star Trek: Lower Decks (season 4; also on CTV Sci-Fi but no longer on Crave) – Thursdays starting Sept. 7
  • Star Trek Day special hosted by Jerry O'Connell – Friday, Sept. 8
  • Alone (British [Channel 4] version of the History Channel reality format) – Mondays starting Sept. 11
  • The Gold (British series dramatizing a 1983 robbery, starring Hugh Bonneville and Dominic Cooper; produced by a unit of Paramount but premiered in the UK on BBC One this past winter) – Thursdays starting Sept. 14
  • Marcelo, Marmelo, Martelo (Brazilian animated series) – Friday, Sept. 15
  • Stars on Mars (2023 Fox reality competition series hosted by William Shatner; did not air on a Canadian channel to our recollection) – Tuesday, Sept. 19
  • Gray (Lionsgate-produced spy thriller series starring Patricia Clarkson; as far as we can tell, P+ only has Canadian rights) – Friday, Sept. 22
  • All Star Shore (season 2; this season may also air on MTV Canada) – Mondays starting Sept. 25

Showtime original programming

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

  • Deadlocked: How America Shaped the Supreme Court (docuseries directed by Dawn Porter) – Fridays starting Sept. 22
  • All Up in the Biz (documentary about rapper Biz Markie; released on Showtime [U.S.] in June) – Friday, Sept. 29

New or recent-release theatrical films

  • Buddy Games: Spring Awakening (2023 Paramount-distributed sequel to the 2019 comedy film) – Thursday, Sept. 14
  • The Wrath of Becky (2023 sequel to the 2020 action thriller film Becky, starring Lulu Wilson and Seann William Scott, via Quiver) – Friday, Sept. 29 [the preceding film Becky will also be available on P+ the same day]
  • What's Love Got to Do with It? (2022 British romantic comedy film starring Lily James and Shazad Latif, via Mongrel) – Saturday, Sept. 30

Notable library programming

  • South Park (season 26) – Friday, Sept. 1
  • Broad City (2014–19 Comedy Central series, previously on Crave) – Tuesday, Sept. 5
  • SpongeBob SquarePants (additional episodes) – Tuesday, Sept. 5
  • Star Trek (original 1966-69 series), Star Trek: The Animated Series (1973-74), and Star Trek: The Motion Picture (director's cut of the 1979 film) – Tuesday, Sept. 5
  • The Good Fight (sixth and final season; previously aired on W Network) – Friday, Sept. 8
  • Key & Peele (2012–15 Comedy Central series, previously on Crave) – Tuesday, Sept. 12
  • Rules of Engagement (2007–13 CBS / Sony Pictures TV sitcom) – Tuesday, Sept. 12
  • HouseBroken (season 2; previously aired on Fox and on Bell Media channels) – Friday, Sept. 15
  • Jersey Shore (2009–12 MTV series) and Jersey Shore: Family Vacation (2018–present sequel series) – past seasons added Tuesday, Sept. 19
  • Kroll Show (2013–15 Comedy Central series) – Tuesday, Sept. 19
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (first two seasons of the 1987–96 animated series) – Tuesday, Sept. 19
  • Awkwafina is Nora from Queens (first three seasons of the ongoing Comedy Central series) – Tuesday, Sept. 26

Notable new programming elsewhere

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

We may update the web version as the month goes on, should we come across additional premiere dates.

Linear television (with streaming options where available)

  • CTV / CTV2: The Good Stuff with Mary Berg (daytime talk show – weekdays starting Sept. 5); other fall premiere dates not yet confirmed but expected to include The Masked Singer (S10), Celebrity Jeopardy! (S2), Celebrity Wheel of Fortune (S4), Snake Oil (David Spade game show); The Amazing Race (S35), The $100,000 Pyramid (S7) [all six premiere in the U.S. on Wednesday, Sept. 27];  Shark Tank (S15 – Friday, Sept. 29); it also appears that CTV2 will be airing late-night weekend repeats of HBO's Six Feet Under and The Sopranos starting the weekend of Sept. 16-17
  • Global (also on StackTV): Buddy Games (reality series adaptation of film franchise – Thursdays starting Sept. 14); Yellowstone (broadcast TV premiere of S1 of the Paramount Network series – Sundays starting Sept. 17); I Can See Your Voice (S3 – Tuesdays starting Sept. 19); Survivor (S45 – Wednesdays starting Sept. 27); Robyn Hood (Canadian drama series – Wednesdays starting Sept. 27)
  • Citytv (also on Citytv+): fall premiere dates not fully confirmed but expected to include Krapopolis (Dan Harmon-produced animated series – Sundays starting Sept. 24); The Irrational (drama starring Jesse L. Martin – Mondays starting Sept. 25); The Golden Bachelor (reality spin-off – Thursdays starting Sept. 28); Bachelor in Paradise (S9 – Thursdays starting Sept. 28)
  • W Network (also on StackTV): Five Bedrooms (S4 – Thursdays starting Aug. 31*); When Calls the Heart (S7 [aired on Super Channel in 2020] – Sundays starting Sept. 3); Chesapeake Shores (S4 [aired in the U.S. in 2019] – Sundays starting Sept. 3); Based on a True Story (Peacock comedic thriller series starring Kaley Cuoco and Chris Messina – Mondays starting Sept. 11)
  • History (also on StackTV): True Story (part 2 of the Indigenous peoples' history docuseries which began in 2022 – Saturday, Sept. 30)
  • Cartoon Network (programs available on demand through most providers; also on StackTV): Adventure Time: Fionna & Cake (alternate universe spin-off – Thursdays starting Sept. 15); Tiny Toons Looniversity (reboot of the 1990-92 series Tiny Toon Adventures – Thursdays starting Sept. 15)
  • FX (also on Citytv+): Welcome to Wrexham (S2 – Tuesdays starting Sept. 12); American Horror Story (S12: "Delicate" – Wednesdays starting Sept. 20)
  • MTV: 40th MTV Video Music Awards (Tuesday, Sept. 12)
  • AMC (also available via AMC+ on Prime Video and Apple TV): The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon (character-specific spin-off of the long-running zombie series, starring Norman Reedus – Thursdays on AMC+ starting Sept. 7, Sundays on the AMC TV channel starting Sept. 10); Ride with Norman Reedus (S6 – Thursdays on AMC+ starting Sept. 7, Sundays on AMC starting 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

  • Apple TV+: The Changeling (drama series based on the Victor LaValle book starring LaKeith Stanfield – Fridays starting Sept. 8); The Morning Show (S3 – Wednesdays starting Sept. 13); The Super Models (docuseries – Wednesday, Sept. 20); Still Up (comedy series starring Antonia Thomas and Craig Roberts – Fridays starting Sept. 22); Flora and Son (musical film starring Eve Hewson and Joseph Gordon-Levitt – Friday, Sept. 29)
  • BritBox (also available as a channel on Prime Video and Apple TV): The Curse (S2 – Wednesday, Sept. 6); This Farming Life (S5 – Tuesday, Sept. 12); Mrs. Biggs (crime drama – Thursday, Sept. 14); The Commander (2003–08 ITV series – Monday, Sept. 18); Avoidance (S1 of the comedy series created by and starring Romesh Ranganathan – Wednesday, Sept. 20); The Hunt for Raoul Moat (miniseries dramatization of a 2010 manhunt – Thursday, Sept. 28); Manhunt: The Raoul Moat Story (doc about the same events – Sept. 28)

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