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CBC announces new and returning series for 2016-17 season

From a media release:

CBC today announced five new original programs to its 2016-17 lineup of Canadian hits, along with the renewal of another 10 returning titles. Among the new titles are The Council (working title), a crime drama set in an isolated arctic outpost; observational series The School (working title); Northern-Canadian docu-series True North Calling; comedy series Four In The Morning; and Caught, a dramatic miniseries based on Lisa Moore’s novel of the same name. Series renewed for new seasons as part of the CBC-TV lineup include Murdoch Mysteries, Heartland, The Romeo Section, Hello Goodbye, Canada’s Smartest Person, This Life, X Company, Exhibitionists, Interrupt This Program and Crash Gallery.

NEW SERIES:

CAUGHT – New
6×60 (Winter 2017) – Take the Shot Productions and Entertainment One Television (eOne Television)
Adapted from the book by acclaimed author Lisa Moore, Caught is a riveting tale of bravado and betrayal, of complex characters and treacherous seas, of love, loss and last chances. Allan Hawco stars as David Slaney, who after six years incarcerated in a Nova Scotia prison for smuggling marijuana, has escaped. Slaney sets off on an odyssey that takes him deep into Latin America to reconnect with his once best friend and partner-in-crime who left him holding the bag years earlier. Slaney tastes freedom, but trusts no one and sees cops everywhere he goes.

 THE COUNCIL (working title) – New
10×60 (Fall 2016) – Lark Productions and Keston International Productions
The Council begins on the edge of the Arctic frontier during the endless days of the polar summer when a young woman, a renowned environmentalist, is found ritualistically murdered near the Canadian hamlet of Resolute. An investigation is mounted by the local RCMP inspector Mickey Behrens, an outsider and new-comer to the north who is running from a derailed personal and professional life, and her partner, officer Jo Ullulaq. A soulful counterpoint to Mickey, Jo is torn between the duty to his job and loyalty to his Inuit culture. The pair quickly discovers that the mystery extends far beyond the borders of the town and to the backrooms of Canadian parliament in Ottawa, the dark corridors of U.S. intelligence in Washington, D.C., the committee rooms of the Arctic Council in Copenhagen, the airbases of world powers, and the migrant conflicts at the border of Norway and Russia.

FOUR IN THE MORNING – New
8×30 (Summer 2016) – Serendipity Point Films
Four In The Morning is an edgy comedy that follows four friends in their twenties as they navigate life at the unpredictable, emotional and bewitching hour of 4 a.m. Dealing with themes of life and death, love and heartbreak, friendship and betrayal, it’s a series about self-discovery, disappointment and clawing after dreams that always feel out of reach.

THE SCHOOL (working title) – New
6×60 (Fall 2016) – Paperny Entertainment
The School is an intense, surprising and intimate series that, for the first time, looks deep into the incredible dynamic existing today between students and their teachers at a typical Canadian high school. Based on the award-winning UK format, The School offers unprecedented access into the day-to-day goings on at South Kamloops Secondary School in Kamloops, BC. Facing daily pressures at school, at home and in the world, today’s teens deal with seemingly insurmountable challenges. The School explores themes of teenage life and those all-important student-teacher relationships, which lie at the heart of everyone’s formative years. Fitting in, falling out, exam pressure, peer pressure, first love and last chances—The School uses warmth and humour to describe steps on the journey towards self-knowledge, at a time when both the present and the future remain uncertain.  The School is distributed by Endemol Shine and will premiere on CBC in fall 2016.

TRUE NORTH CALLING – New
7×30 (Winter 2017) – Proper Television
True North Calling will reveal the north to audiences in an entirely new, modern and surprising way. The series follows one season in the lives of several young, dynamic Arctic dwellers carving out a life for themselves and their families on the frozen tundra. We follow the daily dramas as each deals with unforgiving terrain, and unpredictable weather, hunting, guiding, fishing and farming, travelling by snowmobile and dog sled, mixing traditional ways with modern technology, all while making a living in Canada’s most spectacular and treacherous environment.

These newly announced series will debut during the 2016-2017 season, along with previously announced new shows, including: Shoot The Messenger; Workin’ Moms; Kim’s Convenience; and Baroness von Sketch Show.

RETURNING TITLES:

CANADA’S SMARTEST PERSON – Season 3
6×60 (Fall 2016) – Media Headquarters
Canada’s Smartest Person is an original competition series that inspires and entertains Canadians. Each week, competitors go head-to-head in a series of mind-bending challenges that redefine what it means to be smart. Based on the Theory of Multiple Intelligence, the series explores six categories of smarts including linguistic, physical, musical, visual, social and logical.

CRASH GALLERY – Season 2
5×30 (Winter 2017) – Lark Productions
Hosted by Sean O`Neill of the Art Gallery of Ontario, Crash Gallery is a high energy, immersive television series that brings art to life.  In each episode, three talented artists face-off in a real-time creative arena, giving the audience a front row seat and the opportunity to share in the creative process.

EXHIBITIONISTS – Season 2
26×30 (Fall 2016)
Exhibitionists is a vibrant series that pulls back the curtain on people who create, and why they do it. Hosted by actor, writer and educator Amanda Parris, this weekly show features Canadian artists as they reshape our country’s artistic landscape. Topical, innovative and entertaining, Exhibitionists explores the most exciting cultural happenings across Canada through a passionate lens.

HEARTLAND – Season 10
18×60 (Fall 2016) – Seven24 Films and Dynamo Films
Heartland continues the saga of a Western family as they chase big dreams and manage life’s setbacks, while holding on to what matters most: courage, love, family, and a home you can always come back to. Starring Amber Marshall, Graham Wardle, Alisha Newton, Michelle Morgan, Shaun Johnston and Chris Potter.

HELLO GOODBYE – Season 2
13×30 (Fall 2016) – Pivotal Media and Forte Entertainment
Bustling airport arrival and departure terminals see thousands of people every day, and each and every traveller has a unique story to tell. Host Dale Curd meets people from all walks of life who are in the midst of welcoming home or saying goodbye to their loved ones. He witnesses heartwarming, emotional moments that demonstrate the universal themes of love, loss, family, friendship, grief, and joy through each intimate story of arrival and departure.

INTERRUPT THIS PROGRAM – Season 2
5×30
 (Winter 2017) – Noble Television and Storypark Inc.
Interrupt This Program
 returns with new episodes revealing the surprisingly vital cultural underbellies of unsettled, global cities. In each compelling episode, passionate young artists display art as a form of protest, as a means of survival and as an agent of change. Viewers are guided through parts of the world they have most likely never seen and experience the creativity and vitality of some of the planet’s most intriguing, resilient cities.

THIS LIFE – Season 2
10×60 (Fall 2016) – Sphere Media
Based on the original Radio-Canada hit, Nouvelle adresseThis Life is a family saga set in Montreal that focuses on Natalie Lawson (Torri Higginson), an accomplished columnist and single mother in her early forties whose terminal cancer diagnosis sends her on a quest to prepare her teenage children for life without her. Her tight-knit family – sister (Lauren Lee Smith), two brothers (Rick Roberts, Kristopher Turner) and parents (Peter MacNeill, Janet Laine Green), do the best they can to help her, while coping with their own responses to this revelation.

MURDOCH MYSTERIES – Season 10
18×60 (Fall 2016) – Shaftesbury Films
Season 10 of Murdoch Mysteries, marking 150 episodes of the series, will continue to follow the heroes at the Toronto Constabulary as they solve crimes inspired by Canadian history and international celebrities of the early 20th century. Detective Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) will continue to use his cutting-edge forensic methods and scientific inventions to catch criminals and find unexpected adventures in his home life with wife Doctor Ogden (Hélène Joy) and his colleagues at Station House Four, while last season’s newcomer Miss James (Mouna Traoré) takes on more responsibilities at the morgue.

THE ROMEO SECTION – Season 2
10×60 (Fall 2016) – Haddock Entertainment
Season 2 of The Romeo Section finds freelance intelligence agent Wolfgang McGee (Andrew Airlie) tasked with a covert investigation of a terrorist incident. The trail leads him forward into the dark side of intelligence services and backwards into his own past history of serving in that realm, and its tragic personal and social consequences.  Meanwhile, Lily Song (Jemmy Chen) is now a recruit for the Intelligence Service and working her way up the ladder, while taking drastic action to prevent her discovery as a double agent. Up and coming drug gangster Rufus (Juan Riedinger) gets caught in an escalating city-wide turf war which upsets the gangster hierarchy and triggers an attempted coup d’etat at the top of the heroin food chain.

X COMPANY – Season 3
10×60 (Winter 2017) – Temple Street Productions
Inspired by remarkable true events, X Company is an emotionally driven character drama set in the thrilling and dangerous world of WWII espionage and covert operations. During World War II, a real life spy training school existed on the shores of Lake Ontario. The series follows the stories of five highly skilled young recruits torn from their ordinary lives to train as agents at an ultra-secret training facility, Camp X.

These renewed titles join an impressive list of returning series that have already been announced, including: This Hour Has 22 Minutes (Season 24); Rick Mercer Report (Season 14); Schitt’s Creek (Season 3); Mr. D (Season 6); Dragons’ Den (Season 11); Still Standing (Season 2); Michael: Tuesdays & Thursdays (Season 2), and When Calls The Heart (Season 2).

Mr. D, Schitt’s Creek, Rick Mercer Report and 22 Minutes renewed by CBC

From a media release:

CBC‘s hit comedies have been renewed for 2016-17, with brand new seasons of SCHITT’S CREEK, MR. D and THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES. Also returning for its 14th season is Canada’s RICK MERCER REPORT. The four original productions currently air back-to-back on Tuesday nights.

CBC recently led the way with 164 nominations for the 2016 Canadian Screen Awards, receiving 15 nods for SCHITT’S CREEK, the most nominated TV series of 2016, 12 for MR. D, six for THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES and four for RICK MERCER REPORT.

SCHITT’S CREEK – Season 3 premieres winter 2017 on CBC Television
SCHITT’S CREEK centres around a wealthy family that suddenly finds itself broke and forced to live in Schitt’s Creek, a small, depressing town they once bought as a joke. The half-hour single-camera comedy is co-created by Eugene and Daniel Levy, who also star in the show alongside celebrated actress Catherine O’Hara, rising star Annie Murphy and funnyman Chris Elliott.

MR. D – Season 6 premieres fall 2016 on CBC Television
MR. D follows an under-qualified teacher trying to fake his way through a teaching job, just as he fakes his way through life. The show stars stand-up comedian Gerry Dee as the inexperienced and overconfident Mr. Duncan (Mr. D) and an all-star ensemble cast including Jonathan Torrens, Bette MacDonald, Wes Williams, Lauren Hammersley, Naomi Snieckus, Mark Little, Suresh John, Darrin Rose, Bill Wood and Kathleen Phillips.

THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES – Season 24 premieres fall 2016 on CBC Television
An award-winning and record-breaking Canadian comedy institution, THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES features cast members Mark Critch, Cathy Jones, Shaun Majumder and Susan Kent as they savagely satirize Canadian politics and world events. It was recently announced that the sketch/variety show will be honoured with the Academy Icon Award, to be presented during the Canadian Screen Awards in March.

RICK MERCER REPORT – Season 14 premieres fall 2016 on CBC Television
This fall, RICK MERCER REPORT returns to CBC-TV for a 14th season. Rick Mercer’s highly anticipated topical rants, funny takes on the week’s top stories and Canada-wide adventures have made him a longtime audience favourite.

 

TV Top 10: What Canadians Watched in 2015

Bell Media has released a series of top 10 lists of most-watched shows in Canada and according to their numbers, Canadian contenders include:

  • Amazing Race Canada –  number one regularly scripted series and competition reality series
  • Rick Mercer Report – 10th most-watched comedy
  • Book of Negroes – 9th most-watched new series
  • Big Brother Canada – 8th most-watched competition reality series
  • Juno Awards – 9th most-watched entertainment TV event
  • Vikings – 3rd most-watched specialty series
  • Canada’s Worst Driver – 8th most-watched specialty series
  • Highway Thru Hell  – 9th most-watched specialty series

From the Bell media release:

As 2015 comes to a close, 12-month data from Numeris highlights what Canadians have been watching on television over the past calendar year. Once again, live television events are the most-watched, led by sports championships and awards broadcasts. Among sports tournament broadcasts, we love American and Canadian football, junior and pro hockey, baseball and soccer – but curling and golf too. For regularly scheduled programming, while we wholeheartedly embrace competition series, we prefer dramas over comedies. On specialty, Justin Bieber roasts, red carpet pre-shows, and all things zombie rank high, along with fantasy and historical dramas (and yet more competition series). Meanwhile, the television program Canadians watch the most is an original production showcasing our country.

Below is a closer look at the most-watched TV broadcasts and programs Canadians watched in 2015:

Canada’s Most-Watched Canadian Series*

Rank Series Network Audience
1 THE AMAZING RACE CANADA CTV 2.54 million
2 MASTERCHEF CANADA CTV 1.66 million
3 THE BOOK OF NEGROES (NEW) CBC 1.63 million
4 ROOKIE BLUE Global 1.59 million
5 SAVING HOPE CTV 1.35 million
6 MOTIVE CTV 1.24 million
7 BIG BROTHER CANADA Global 1.12 million
8 MURDOCH MYSTERIES CBC 897,000
9 VIKINGS History 850,000
10 ASCENSION (NEW) CBC 736,000

 

Canada’s Most-Watched Entertainment Television Events

Rank Broadcast Network Date Audience
1 THE 87th ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS® CTV 2/22/2015 5.53 million
2 THE 72ND ANNUAL GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS® CTV 1/11/2015 3.30 million
3 THE 57TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS® City 2/08/2015 2.87 million
4 THE SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE 40TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL Global 2/15/2015 2.68 million
5 AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS® CTV 11/22/2015 2.17 million
6 ADELE LIVE IN LONDON CTV 11/25/2015 2.14 million
7 67th EMMY® AWARDS CTV 9/20/2015 1.85 million
8 PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS Global 1/07/2015 1.45 million
9 THE 2015 JUNO AWARDS (CAN) CTV 3/15/2015 1.43 million
10 THE 2015 BILLBOARD AWARDS CTV 5/17/2015 1.27 million

 

Canada’s Most-Watched Sports Tournament Broadcasts

League/Tournament Broadcast Network Date Audience
NFL SUPER BOWL XLIX CTV 2/1/2015 8.26 million
IIHF World Junior Championship Gold Medal, Canada vs. Russia TSN 1/5/2015 5.95 million
MLB ALCS Game 6, Toronto vs. Kansas City Sportsnet 10/23/2015 5.08 million
CFL 103rd GREY CUP TSN 11/29/2015 4.06 million
NHL Playoffs Round 1, Montreal vs. Ottawa CBC 4/26/2015 3.77 million
FIFA Women’s World Cup Quarterfinal, England vs. Canada CTV 6/27/2015 2.97 million
Pan Am Games Opening Ceremonies CBC 7/10/2015 1.66 million
IIHF World Championship Gold Medal, Canada vs. Russia TSN 5/17/2015 1.35 million
Curling – Brier Final TSN 3/8/2015 1.25 million
Golf – Masters Final Global 4/12/2015 1.19 million

Canada’s Most-Watched Regularly Scheduled Television Programs

Rank Program Network Audience
1 THE AMAZING RACE CANADA (CAN) CTV 2.54 million
2 THE BIG BANG THEORY CTV 2.48 million
3 SURVIVOR Global 2.22 million
4 QUANTICO (NEW) CTV 2.17 million
5 NCIS Global 2.01 million
6 MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. CTV 1.93 million
7 CSI: CYBER (NEW) CTV 1.924 million
8 NCIS: NEW ORLEANS (NEW) Global 1.923 million
9 MARVEL’S AGENT CARTER (NEW) CTV 1.921 million
10 TWO AND A HALF MEN CTV 1.88 million

 

Canada’s Most-Watched Dramas

Rank Program Network Audience
1 QUANTICO (NEW) CTV 2.17 million
2 NCIS Global 2.01 million
3 MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. CTV 1.93 million
4 CSI: CYBER (NEW) CTV 1.924 million
5 NCIS: NEW ORLEANS (NEW) Global 1.923 million
6 MARVEL’S AGENT CARTER (NEW) CTV 1.921 million
7 BLINDSPOT  (NEW) CTV 1.817 million
8 THE FLASH CTV 1.816 million
9 HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER CTV 1.77 million
10 CODE BLACK (NEW) CTV 1.74 million

 

Canada’s Most-Watched Comedies

Rank Program Network Audience
1 THE BIG BANG THEORY CTV 2.48 million
2 TWO AND A HALF MEN CTV 1.88 million
3 THE ODD COUPLE (NEW) CTV 1.65 million
4 THE GOLDBERGS CTV 832,000
4 MIKE & MOLLY City 832,000
6 2 BROKE GIRLS City 826,000
7 MODERN FAMILY City 710,000
8 THE MCCARTHYS CTV 700,000
8 LIFE IN PIECES (NEW) City 700,000
10 THE RICK MERCER REPORT (CAN) CBC 654,000

 

Canada’s Most-Watched Competition Series

Rank Series Network Audience
1 THE AMAZING RACE CANADA (CAN) CTV 2.54 million
2 SURVIVOR Global 2.22 million
3 MASTERCHEF CTV 1.82 million
4 THE AMAZING RACE CTV 1.69 million
5 MASTERCHEF CANADA (CAN) CTV 1.66 million
6 BIG BROTHER Global 1.36 million
7 AMERICA’S GOT TALENT Global 1.32 million
8 BIG BROTHER CANADA (CAN) Global 1.12 million
9 HELL’S KITCHEN City 977,000
10 SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CTV 961,000

 

Canada’s Most-Watched New Series of 2015

Rank Series Network Audience
1 QUANTICO CTV 2.17 million
2 CSI: CYBER CTV 1.924 million
3 MARVEL’S AGENT CARTER CTV 1.921 million
4 BLINDSPOT CTV 1.82 million
5 CODE BLACK CTV 1.74 million
6 SUPERGIRL Global 1.67 million
7 THE ODD COUPLE CTV 1.65 million
8 THE BOOK OF NEGROES (CAN) CBC 1.63 million
9 LIMITLESS Global 1.61 million
10 HEROES REBORN Global 1.23 million

 

Canada’s Most-Watched Entertainment Specialty Events & Pre-Shows

Rank Broadcast Network Date Audience
1 THE ROAST OF JUSTIN BIEBER (NEW) Comedy 3/30/2015 1.19 million
2 2015 MTV VMAs*** Much & MTV 8/30/2015 856,000
3 2015 MUCH MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS (CAN) Much, MTV, M3 & MTV2 6/21/2015 405,000
4 MTV VMA PRE-SHOW Much 8/30/2015 391,000
5 THE JUSTIN BIEBER ROAST PRE-SHOW (NEW) Comedy 3/30/2015 389,000
6 LIVE FROM THE RED CARPET: THE 2015 GRAMMY AWARDS® E! 02/08/2015 306,000
7 MMVA RED CARPET (CAN) Much 6/21/2015 298,000
8 NICKELODEON KIDS’ CHOICE AWARDS YTV 3/28/2015 292,000
9 LIVE FROM THE RED CARPET: THE 2015 ACADEMY AWARDS® E! 2/22/2015 275,000
10 LIVE FROM THE RED CARPET: THE 2015 GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS® E! 1/11/2015 219,000

 

Canada’s Most-Watched Regularly Scheduled Specialty Series

Rank Series Network Audience
1 THE WALKING DEAD AMC 1.64 million
2 FEAR THE WALKING DEAD (NEW) AMC 1.14 million
3 VIKINGS (CAN) History 850,000
4 DOCTOR WHO Space 702,000
5 GOLD RUSH Discovery 695,000
6 THE CURSE OF OAK ISLAND History 692,000
7 BETTER CALL SAUL (NEW) AMC 684,000
8 CANADA’S WORST DRIVER (CAN) Discovery 602,000
9 HIGHWAY THRU HELL (CAN) Discovery 587,000
10 TALKING DEAD AMC 583,000

 

Canada’s Most-Watched Regularly Scheduled Pay TV Series 

Rank Series Network Audience
1 GAME OF THRONES HBO Canada 1.40 million
2 TRUE DETECTIVE HBO Canada 486,000
3 GIRL MEETS WORLD Family 319,000
4 THE NEXT STEP Family 308,000
5 LAST WEEK TONIGHT WITH JOHN OLIVER HBO Canada 273,000
6 BALLERS (NEW) HBO Canada 258,000
7 THE BRINK (NEW) HBO Canada 241,000
8 DISNEY K.C. UNDERCOVER Family 234,000
9 DISNEY AUSTIN & ALLY Family 225,000
10 SILICON VALLEY HBO Canada 215,000

 

Canada’s Most-Watched Late-Night Talk Shows

Rank Series Network Audience
1 THE DAILY SHOW WITH JON STEWART CTV 426,000
2 THE DAILY SHOW WITH TREVOR NOAH (NEW) CTV 407,000
3 THE LATE SHOW WITH STEPHEN COLBERT (NEW) Global 258,000
4 THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JIMMY FALLON CTV Two 215,000
5 THE DAILY SHOW WITH JON STEWART Comedy 203,000
6 THE DAILY SHOW WITH TREVOR NOAH (NEW) Comedy 195,000
7 LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS CTV 191,000
8 THE NIGHTLY SHOW WITH LARRY WILMORE (NEW) Comedy 100,000
9 @MIDNIGHT MUCH 93,000
10 THE LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN OMNI 2 71,000

 

Source: Numeris (BBM Canada), Jan 1 – Nov 29, 2015, Top 10 Programs based on most-regular timeslot for series defined by greatest number of telecasts

* Excluding News Programming

** Special event broadcasts includes Championship finals and special events

*** Based on 9-11:30PM daypart audiences

Poll: What are your favourite Canadian TV shows of 2015?

UPDATE: The poll has now closed. Thanks to everyone for taking part! You can still let us know your favourite Canadian TV show of 2015 by writing it in the Comments section below.

As the year winds down, it’s time to reflect back on 2015. What a year it was for Canadian TV. Yes, there was some sad news—the cancellation of Strange Empire, Remedy and Rookie Blue come immediately to mind—but there was plenty to celebrate as well.

Sci-fi in Canada is stronger than ever thanks to Orphan Black and newbies Killjoys and Dark Matter, we’re getting laughs from series like Still Standing, Sunnyside and Young Drunk Punk and dramas like This Life, The Romeo Section and Motive continue to entertain.

As we get ready to say hello to 2016, help us celebrate 2015 by voting for your favourite five (5) Canadian television shows of the year. (Vote by clicking the boxes to the left of your favourite shows, then click the shaded “Vote” button located just below and right of Young Drunk Punk.)

UPDATE: The poll has now closed. Thanks to everyone for taking part! You can still let us know your favourite Canadian TV show of 2015 by writing it in the Comments section below.

What are your five favourite Canadian TV shows of 2015?

  • Dark Matter (27%, 7,269 Votes)
  • Lost Girl (25%, 6,777 Votes)
  • Killjoys (21%, 5,766 Votes)
  • Heartland (20%, 5,384 Votes)
  • Murdoch Mysteries (10%, 2,632 Votes)
  • Orphan Black (8%, 2,147 Votes)
  • Tornado Hunters (8%, 2,080 Votes)
  • Rookie Blue (6%, 1,634 Votes)
  • When Calls the Heart (6%, 1,557 Votes)
  • Rick Mercer Report (5%, 1,486 Votes)
  • The Liquidator (5%, 1,279 Votes)
  • Schitt's Creek (4%, 1,227 Votes)
  • Vikings (4%, 1,087 Votes)
  • The Amazing Race Canada (4%, 1,053 Votes)
  • Saving Hope (4%, 1,024 Votes)
  • Property Brothers (4%, 990 Votes)
  • Bitten (4%, 976 Votes)
  • Dragons' Den (4%, 970 Votes)
  • Continuum (3%, 955 Votes)
  • Haven (3%, 791 Votes)
  • Chopped Canada (3%, 786 Votes)
  • 22 Minutes (3%, 783 Votes)
  • MasterChef Canada (3%, 738 Votes)
  • Big Brother Canada (3%, 727 Votes)
  • Highway Thru Hell (3%, 686 Votes)
  • Canada's Worst Driver (3%, 684 Votes)
  • Degrassi (2%, 608 Votes)
  • The Nature of Things (2%, 580 Votes)
  • Love It or List It franchise (2%, 573 Votes)
  • The Fifth Estate (2%, 559 Votes)
  • Motive (2%, 557 Votes)
  • House of Bryan (2%, 549 Votes)
  • X Company (2%, 520 Votes)
  • Still Standing (2%, 480 Votes)
  • Strange Empire (1%, 397 Votes)
  • Marketplace (1%, 394 Votes)
  • This Life (1%, 394 Votes)
  • Hockey Wives (1%, 340 Votes)
  • Backroad Bounty (1%, 321 Votes)
  • 19-2 (1%, 311 Votes)
  • Remedy (1%, 266 Votes)
  • Mr. D (1%, 265 Votes)
  • Blackstone (1%, 262 Votes)
  • Polar Bear Town (1%, 252 Votes)
  • Ice Racer Showdown (1%, 214 Votes)
  • Young Drunk Punk (1%, 207 Votes)
  • Canada's Smartest Person (1%, 198 Votes)
  • Sunnyside (1%, 193 Votes)
  • The Next Step (1%, 174 Votes)
  • Mohawk Girls (1%, 170 Votes)
  • Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan (0%, 128 Votes)
  • Keeping Canada Alive (0%, 120 Votes)
  • The Other Side (0%, 113 Votes)
  • Chef in Your Ear (0%, 104 Votes)
  • The Romeo Section (0%, 99 Votes)
  • Blood and Water (0%, 93 Votes)
  • The Stanley Dynamic (0%, 88 Votes)
  • Make it Pop (0%, 81 Votes)
  • First Dates (0%, 68 Votes)
  • Unusually Thicke (0%, 67 Votes)
  • Open Heart (0%, 65 Votes)
  • Spun Out (0%, 58 Votes)
  • Sensitive Skin (0%, 47 Votes)
  • Max & Shred (0%, 42 Votes)
  • Some Assembly Required (0%, 30 Votes)
  • Crash Gallery (0%, 24 Votes)
  • Tiny Plastic Men (0%, 20 Votes)

Total Voters: 27,337

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