2017-18 Canadian TV season renewal scorecard

With the 2016-17 Canadian television season ending soon, the networks are putting the finishing touches on their primetime lineups for 2017-18. That means celebrations for fans of shows that have been renewed and sadness for programs that won’t return.

To help keep track of what’s been renewed or ending, we’ve put together a handy list for you of what will air between the summer of 2017 and the end of spring in 2018. Check back often to see the status of your favourites.

Renewed

  • Still Standing (CBC)
  • Letterkenny (CraveTV)
  • Paranormal Survivor (T+E)
  • Kim’s Convenience (CBC)
  • Highway Thru Hell (Discovery)
  • Dragons’ Den (CBC)
  • Frontier (Discovery)
  • Vikings (History)
  • Wynonna Earp (Space)
  • Degrassi: Next Class (Family Channel)
  • Private Eyes (Global; second half of Season 2 broadcast in 2018)
  • Baroness Von Sketch Show (CBC)
  • Travelers (Showcase)
  • Heavy Rescue: 401 (Discovery)
  • Cardinal (Seasons 2 and 3, CTV)
  • Murdoch Mysteries (CBC)
  • Heartland (CBC)
  • Schitt’s Creek (CBC)
  • Workin’ Moms (CBC)
  • Mr. D (CBC)
  • One World Kitchen (Gusto)
  • 22 Minutes (CBC)
  • Rick Mercer Report (CBC)
  • Exhibitionists (CBC)
  • The Goods (CBC)
  • Hello Goodbye (CBC)
  • Interrupt This Program (CBC)
  • Marketplace (CBC)
  • The Fifth Estate (CBC)
  • Firsthand (CBC)
  • The Nature of Things (CBC)
  • The Other Side (APTN)
  • Wild Archaeology (APTN)
  • Mary Kills People (Global)
  • Home to Win (HGTV Canada)
  • Top Chef Canada (Food Network)
  • Bake with Anna Olson (Food Network)
  • Bryan Inc. (HGTV Canada)
  • Nirvanna The Band The Show (Viceland)
  • The Beaverton (Comedy Network)
  • Daily Planet (Discovery)
  • Mighty Planes (Discovery)
  • Mayday (Discovery)
  • Canada’s Worst Driver (Discovery)
  • Tougher than It Looks (Discovery)
  • Jade Fever (Discovery)
  • One World Kitchen (Gusto)
  • Innerspace (Space)
  • Etalk (CTV)
  • The Social (CTV)
  • The Marilyn Denis Show (CTV)
  • Your Morning (CTV)
  • Love It or List It (HGTV Canada)
  • Guilt Free Zone (APTN)
  • Big Brother Canada (Global)
  • MasterChef Canada (CTV)
  • Mighty Ships (Discovery)
  • Mighty Trains (Discovery)
  • Tribal Police Files (APTN)
  • Backstage (Family Channel)
  • Anne (CBC)
  • Killjoys (Space)

Awaiting confirmation

  • Mighty Cruise Ships (Discovery)
  • Carnival Eats (Food Network Canada)
  • Yukon Gold (History)
  • First Dates (Slice)
  • Hockey Wives (W Network)
  • Buying the View (W Network)
  • Save My Reno (HGTV Canada)
  • Backyard Builds (HGTV Canada)
  • Love It or List It Vancouver (HGTV Canada)
  • Max & Shred (YTV)
  • The Stanley Dynamic (YTV)
  • Drive Me Crazy (YTV)
  • Make It Pop (YTV)
  • Second Jen (City)
  • Between (City)

Not returning

  • Saving Hope (CTV, final season on the air now)
  • This Life (CBC)
  • 19-2 (Bravo, final season broadcast July 31 on CTV)
  • Orphan Black (Space, final season on the air now)
  • X Company (CBC)
  • Pure (CBC)
  • Mohawk Girls (APTN, final season is in production; airdate to be announced)
  • Hard Rock Medical (TVO/APTN, final season is in production; airdate to be announced)
  • Sensitive Skin (HBO Canada)
  • What Would Sal Do? (CraveTV)
  • Chopped Canada (Food Network Canada)
  • Bellevue (CBC)
  • Shoot the Messenger (CBC)
  • Four in the Morning (CBC)
  • Michael: Every Day (CBC)
  • The Romeo Section (CBC)
  • Crash Gallery (CBC)
  • Aftermath (Space)
  • Real Housewives of Toronto (Slice)
  • Cold Water Cowboys (Discovery)
  • Timber Kings (HGTV Canada)
  • Leave It to Bryan (HGTV Canada)
  • Income Property (HGTV Canada)
  • You Gotta Eat Here! (Food Network Canada)
  • Four Senses (AMI-tv)
  • Blood and Water (Omni)
  • Dead Set on Life (Viceland)
  • Dark Matter (Space)

 

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Prior to becoming a television critic and owner of TV, Eh?, Greg David was a critic for TV Guide Canada, the country's most trusted source for TV news. He has interviewed television actors, actresses and behind-the-scenes folks from hundreds of television series from Canada, the U.S. and internationally. He is a podcaster, public speaker, weekly radio guest and educator, and past member of the Television Critics Association.
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20 thoughts on “2017-18 Canadian TV season renewal scorecard”

  1. It’s disappointing that both X Company and Orphan Black won’t be coming back. Such great shows which were ended too soon! Now I’m waiting impatiently to find out the news for Workin’ Moms and Anne.

  2. You marked 19-2 as final seasons, but not XCompany, Savinng Hope or Orphan black. People may think those were cancelled, when in reality they were not. Schitts Creek Missing from renewal board.

  3. When was Pure cancelled? I don’t find that on your site — only that it was going to be available in the US on Hulu.

    1. Someone who is close to the show let me know that Pure had been cancelled. Star A.J. Buckley has also tweeted about how sad he was CBC wasn’t moving forward with new episodes.

  4. Thanks. I hadn’t seen that on Twitter. That’s a bummer. I thought it had done well.

  5. How has been the ratings been for the return of Top Chef Canada this spring? It would seem pretty good, as it’s already renewed for Season 6. Season 6 will return to its original format of discovering new Canadian chefs?

    1. Not sure what TCC’s ratings have been as specialty channels don’t usually release them. I’d agree they must be pretty good to get a renewal and it will return to the “finding new chefs” format. I liked the new judging panel anchored by Mark McEwan.

  6. Any news on MasterChef Canada?? This season was probably the best so far and I’ve read the ratings were higher this year. Hopefully Bell doesn’t follow the disappointing lead of Corus.

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