Posted June 11, 2021 • Last updated June 12, 2021
What's Next in WCIW #2
A few early thoughts after the Canadian TV networks' 2021-22 schedule announcements.
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Welcome to the June 11, 2021 edition What's Next in WCIW, the subscribers-only analysis newsletter from Where Can I Watch. (For non-subscribers coming across this post preview on the website, please see our memberships page for more about subscriptions.)
The Canadian networks have now announced their fall schedules for the coming 2021–22 season – you can read the announcements for CBC, CTV, Global, and Citytv on their respective press websites, or you can see our full grid just below.
So, how did we do with our projections? And what does it all mean?
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