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Poll: Which returning Canadian TV shows are you most excited about watching this fall?

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Evenings grow crisp, trees explode into vibrant colour and the new fall Canadian television season launches. We here at TV, Eh? are as excited as you, with all of our returning favourites hitting the small screen between now and the end of November.

So, to have a little fun—and celebrate the coming season—we’ve put together a poll where you pick the three returning Canadian-made shows you’re most looking forward to seeing this fall. Wondering exactly when those projects will be back? Check out our handy calendars and mark yours! The poll closes next week, so have fun!

Instructions: Click on the boxes next to your three choices and then register your votes by clicking the Vote box (on some browsers it’s greyed out) just to the right of Unusually Thicke.

Which three returning Canadian TV shows are you most excited about watching this fall?

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Poll: Durham County is top Canadian TV series of all time

In the end, it really wasn’t close. Durham County trumped SCTV to take the title of Top Canadian TV Series of All Time.

The Movie Network/Movie Central drama starring Hugh Dillon, Hélène Joy, Louis Ferreira, Laurence Leboeuf, Greyston Holt and Michelle Forbes captured 82 per cent of the vote in the Great Canadian TV Playoff final round to SCTV‘s 18 per cent.

The Great Canadian TV Playoff featured homegrown head-to-head matchups of television shows with eight from the 1970s, 80s, 90s and 2000s facing off against one another. The final four were SCTV (70s), Degrassi (80s), Due South (90s) and Durham County (2000s).

Durham County star Dillon has had quite the spring on TV, Eh? His former Flashpoint character, Ed Lane, was named Canada’s Favourite TV Cop earlier this month.

Poll: Favourite Canadian TV series – SCTV vs. Durham County

This is it Canadian television fans—the final week of battle in the Great Canadian TV Playoff. After weeks of voting, the final two series face off in a drag-em-out five days of voting that will crown one champion.

On one end of the rink is comedy series SCTV. On the other, dark cable drama Durham County. Who will take the title?

Unlike the Stanley Cup playoffs, TV, Eh’s Great Canadian TV Playoff boasts solely homegrown head-to-head matchups of television shows. Through the rest of the month, we’ll pit eight television shows (just like the NHL) from the 1970s, 80s, 90s and 2000s against one another until the final showdown to name the top Canadian TV series of all time on May 29.

What is your favourite Canadian TV series of all time?

  • Durham County (82%, 819 Votes)
  • SCTV (18%, 175 Votes)

Total Voters: 994

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Poll: Favourite Canadian TV Show – the 90s vs. 2000s

The first round of the Great Canadian TV Playoff is complete and the winners of the 1970s, 80s, 90s and 2000s have been decided.

Now on to the next round, where the winners of each decade face off. Next: Due South, representing the 1990s, goes head-to-head with Durham County, on behalf of the 2000s. SCTV triumphed over Degrassi earlier in the week.

Unlike the Stanley Cup playoffs, TV, Eh’s Great Canadian TV Playoff boasts solely homegrown head-to-head matchups of television shows. Through the rest of the month, we’ll pit eight television shows (just like the NHL) from the 1970s, 80s, 90s and 2000s against one another until the final showdown to name the top Canadian TV series of all time on May 29.

Cast your vote now and spread the word — the final showdown goes live next Monday!

What is your favourite Canadian TV series - 90s vs. 2000s?

  • Durham County (85%, 236 Votes)
  • Due South (15%, 42 Votes)

Total Voters: 278

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Poll: Favourite Canadian TV Show – the 70s vs. the 80s

The first round of the Great Canadian TV Playoff is complete and the winners of the 1970s, 80s, 90s and 2000s have been decided.

Now on to the next round, where the winners of each decade face off. First up: SCTV, representing the 1970s, goes head-to-head with Degrassi, on behalf of the 1980s.

Unlike the Stanley Cup playoffs, TV, Eh’s Great Canadian TV Playoff boasts solely homegrown head-to-head matchups of television shows. Through the rest of the month, we’ll pit eight television shows (just like the NHL) from the 1970s, 80s, 90s and 2000s against one another until the final showdown to name the top Canadian TV series of all time on May 29.

Cast your vote now and spread the word — the winner of the 90s and the 2000s battle it out starting on Wednesday!

What is your favourite Canadian TV series - 70s vs. 80s?

  • SCTV (77%, 62 Votes)
  • Degrassi (23%, 19 Votes)

Total Voters: 81

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