Now that CBC has revealed its lineup for the upcoming fall and winter, the 2017-18 broadcast season is beginning to take shape. Yes, Rogers, Corus and Bell Media have yet to announce their primetime lineups, but we already know several programs that won’t be returning next year.
With that in mind, we’d like your opinion on the three Canadian television series you’ll miss most. Some have aired for the last time while othersâ€”like Saving Hope, 19-2 and Orphan Blackâ€”take theirÂ final bow in the coming weeks. Let us know yourÂ votes and feel free to make your thoughts known in the comments section below.
NOTE: After this poll was published, the following Season 2 news was received about Bellevue.
The Canadian Screen Awards for homegrown television and feature films is just over a week awayâ€”the gala broadcast hosted by Howie Mandel is Sunday, March 12, on CBCâ€”and we want you to weigh in on some of the biggest categories!
This time we’re looking for you to weigh in on some of the key performance categories. Get voting and spread the word!
The Canadian Screen Awards for homegrown television and feature films is just weeks awayâ€”the gala broadcast hosted by Howie Mandel is Sunday, March 12, on CBCâ€”and we want you to weigh in on some of the biggest categories!
Should Blood & Water take out 19-2 and Orphan Black? Think Kim’s Convenience deserves to grab the hardware from Mr. D‘s hands? We want you to hear who you’d vote for in this year’s Canadian Screen Awards. So get clicking … and start sharing with your friends! This poll is all about TV series categories; we’ll cover personal performances in another poll next week.
UPDATE: Thanks to a late surge in votes (A.J. Buckley called on Supernatural fans for support), Pure took top spot in the poll with 42 per cent of the vote. Second place went to Mary Kills People with 38 per cent; Cardinal placed third with 15 per cent. Thank you to everyone who participated and spread the word on our poll and look for more in the coming weeks!
It’s February. The time of the year when snow and cold temperatures cause us to get a little grumpy and burrow down a little deeper into our warm beds or pull those blankets a little tighter around us.
Luckily, we’ve got plenty of new Canadian television series to keep us entertained. No fewer than eight programs have bowed since January 1. Whether its tow truck drivers helping get traffic moving in Heavy Rescue: 401, small-town murder in Cardinal, doctor-assisted suicide in Mary Kills People, drug-running Mennonites in Pure or the struggles of motherhood via Workin’ Moms, there’s plenty to love this winter.
So, which two new Canadian series are your favourites so far? Let us know by voting below: select your choices and then click the Vote button below and to the right of Workin’ Moms. We’ll post the results in a few days so get voting and spread the word!
Favourite two new Canadian series of mid-season so far
The results are in and Canada’s newest satire series, The Beaverton, is your No. 1 favourite television series of the fall. With just over 6,500 votes cast, The Comedy Network series captured 37 per cent of the vote.
In second place is HGTV’s Bryan Inc., starring Bryan and Sarah Baeumler, followed by Holmes + Holmes and Moving the McGillivrays. Rounding out the Top 5 was CBC’s Kim’s Convenience.
The Bachelorette Canada, Frontier, Airport: Below Zero, Shoot the Messenger and Travelers fill out the Top 10.
You can find out how your favourites placed in the poll here; thanks to everyone who participated.