From a media release:
CBC today announced broadcast and streaming premiere dates for its fall 2018 lineup of new and returning series featuring a wide range of original programming produced by Canadian creators for Canadian audiences, including a new primetime schedule launching Tuesday, September 18th. In addition to broadcast on television, all programming will also be available to stream live and on demand for free on the CBC TV app for iOs and Android and cbc.ca/watch.
CBCâ€™s Fall 2018 primetime schedule launching Tuesday, September 18th:
All following times local with the exception of Newfoundland, please add half an hour to all times.
7:30 PM – CORONATION STREET
(weekdays, back-to-back episodes on Mondays at 7 PM)
8 PM – STILL STANDING
Season 4 (13×30) premieres Sept. 18 *NEW TO FALL*
8:30 PM – THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES
Season 26 (19×30, 1×60) premieres Sept. 18
9 PM – BARONESS VON SKETCH SHOW
Season 3 (10×30) premieres Sept. 18 *NEW TO FALL*
9:30 PM – HANG UPS
British comedy (6×30) starring Stephen Mangan as an online therapist premieres Sept. 19
9:30 PM – IN THE LONG RUN
Idris Elbaâ€™s comedy (6×30) inspired by his inner city-London childhood premieres Oct. 30
10 PM – THE NATIONAL
CBC Newsâ€™ flagship program continues Sunday to Friday each week
8 PM – THE GREAT CANADIAN BAKING SHOW
Season 2 (8×60) premieres Sept. 19
8 PM – CANADAâ€™S SMARTEST PERSON JUNIOR
New competition series (6×60) premieres Nov. 14
9 PM – VANITY FAIR
New British adaptation of Thackerayâ€™s 1848 novel (7×60) premieres Sept. 19
9 PM – MR. D
Season 8 (8×30) premieres Nov. 7 *NEW NIGHT, FINAL SEASON*
9:30 PM – HALIFAX COMEDY FEST
Season 23 (6×30) premieres Nov. 14
7 PM – THE INVESTIGATORS WITH DIANA SWAIN
Season 3 premieres Sept. 20 *NEW NIGHT*
8 PM – DRAGONSâ€™ DEN
Season 13 (20×60) featuring new investors Vincenzo Guzzo and Lane Merrifield premieres Sept. 20
9 PM – THE DETECTIVES
Season 2 (8×60) premieres Sept. 20 *NEW NIGHT*
9 PM – FROM THE VAULTS
New music archive series (6×60) premieres Nov. 15
8 PM – MARKETPLACE
Season 46 premieres Sept. 21
8:30 PM – IN THE MAKING
New original series (8×30) profiling Canadian artists premieres Sept. 21
9 PM – CBC DOCS POV
Season 3 launches Sept. 21 with documentary Just a Regular Kid, exploring what it means to be young, Muslim and growing up in the West *NEW NIGHT*
11:30 PM CBC ARTS: EXHIBITIONISTS
Season 4 (26×30) premieres Sept. 21
Afternoon – CBC Sportsâ€™ ROAD TO THE OLYMPIC GAMES fall season begins Oct. 20 with extensive coverage of Skate America from Everett, Washington
6:30 PM – HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA
11 AM (12 PM AT) – THE WEEKLY WITH WENDY MESLEY
Season 2 premieres Aug. 12
Afternoon – ROAD TO THE OLYMPIC GAMES
7 PM – ANNE WITH AN E
Season 2 (10×60) premieres Sept. 23
8 PM – THE NATURE OF THINGS
Season 58 premieres Sept. 23 with special three-part miniseries Equus: The Story of the Horseâ€‹
9 PM – THE FIFTH ESTATE
Season 44 premieres Sept. 23 *NEW NIGHT*
8 PM – MURDOCH MYSTERIES
Season 12 (18×60) premieres Sept. 24
9 PM – FRANKIE DRAKE MYSTERIES
Season 2 (10×60) premieres Sept. 24
Which new and returning CBC shows are you most excited about? Let me know in the comments below!
23 thoughts on “CBC announces fall premiere dates for Murdoch Mysteries, Frankie Drake Mysteries, Baroness Von Sketch Show and more”
We finally learned which shows would follow Baroness this fall. Seemed like Mr. D should have been in that timeslot. Also seems like CBC should be showing more Canadian comedies than having to resort to British comedies, especially on Tuesdays.
I am most excited about Still Standing and Murdoch Mysteries.
I am most excited about season 12 of Murdoch Mysteries.
As always my favourite detective!!!! Along with season two of Frankie Drake!!
I am most excited about Frankie Drake mysteries and Murdoch mysteries. Would love to see X Company again
I am most excited about Frankie Drake mysteries and Murdoch mysteries. Would love to see X Company again .
And yes, looking forward to Heartland which was not on your list
Our long national nightmare is over– Murdoch Mysteries and Frankie Drake are coming back soon (but not soon enough). I can’t wait!
Interesting that Still Standing will be on in the Fall, rather than the summer. I enjoy watching it. I am most excited about Murdoch, Dragonâ€™s Den, and This Hour has 22 Minutes.
I’m surprised The Fifth Estate is moved to Sunday nights. I’m not sure if I will continue watching Dragons’ Den because I’m not familiar with the 2 new dragons. We’ll see how the 2 new fare.
I’ve been impatiently waiting for the start of Anne with an E. I watch it with my daughter along with Heartland which is delayed till midseason.
Murdoch Mysteries is my absolute favorite and I really enjoy Anne with an “e”.
Murdoch Mysteries!!! #1.
Frankie Drake #2.
Murdoch Mysteries is my favourite of all on all networks. Absolutely marvellous show!
Love Murdoch and Frankie Drake mysteries.
Hope they keep going for a long long time
Also saw that PURE might get a second go at some point – thought it had potential so hopefully it gets another chance.
And of course HNIC – what would a Saturday be without that!
I also like Marketplace when I get time to watch the recordings
Love Murdoch mysteries. Can’t wait till it airs again.
I only wish that CBC had not cancelled “The Goods.” It was an entertaining show. I used to record it every day.
What about “Hello Goodbye”, one of my favourites?
Hi Enid. Hello Goodbye is on hiatus.
I can not tell a lie I have three shows that I’m so excited to have back and they are Murdock mysteries, Frankie Drake and Still Standing.
Can’t wait firnseason 2 of Crawford. But then i am biased.
I love Murdoch Mysteries and Still Standing. I also watch Anne with an e. I’m sorry, but I hate Mr. D. He would never make it as a real teacher.
Frankie Drake and Anne…I wish they were on already!!
Murdoch Mysteries followed by Still Standing are my favourite shows. Like lost, I can hardly wait for the shows to begin. Both are so different and excellent in their own right. I hope they will never be cancelled. Great Canadian shows and amazing actors!
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