What’s New

New Show
The Missus Downstairs

The Missus Downstairs is about an oddball friendship hatched between one man and his nosy, yet strangely loveable, downstairs neighbour Mildred. Featuring Mary Walsh (Codco, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, Hatching, Matching, and Dispatching) as the quirky and inquisitive Missus Downstairs, and Dave Sullivan (The Grand Seduction, The Republic of Doyle) as her somewhat naïve and shy upstairs neighbour.

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Vollies

The Essex-West-Essex Fire Department has everything a real fire department does: a shiny truck, immaculate uniforms, playful nicknames. In fact, the only thing they don’t have are fires.

Fortunately, they’re kept pretty busy with the type of calls you might expect in a rural town. A stuck tractor. A wrong number. And an internal power struggle for Captaincy that is turning up the heat on the tension in their brigade.

New Show
Free Range Children

The Szarka family is new to raising backyard chickens. They're basically like children with feathers. And clucking. And egg-laying. How hard can it be? This family is about to find out.

New Season
Stittsville on Patrol

Simon Bauche is back and willing to go lower than ever before to root out Stittsville’s underground crime scene. Buckle up - twice - for the most action-packed emotional rollercoaster the suburbs have ever seen.

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Never Say Die

A documentary series highlighting skateboarding’s influence on the lives of locals, while chronicling the construction and community impact of the Garrison Skatepark.

New Episodes
Cooking with Bridget

Cooking with Bridget is a home cooking show focused on quick and easy recipes for a busy lifestyle. Bridget shares wholesome recipes for main dish meals, salads and vegetable sides, desserts, healthy snacks, baked goods and more.

New Series
Kitchen Talk

Kitchen Talk is a conversational docuseries based in Saint John, New Brunswick, about the issues in our community that hit home, and the unsung heroes who are making a difference. Hosted by local community organizer Cheryl Johnson, featuring raw, intimate and irreverent interviews in the streets of Saint John.

Foodie Kinda Life

Sarah Lajeunesse and Apryl Munro take a culinary taste tour of the most delicious, healthy and mouth watetring places to eat in the Barrie area.

DIY Mom Christmas Special

Watch as DIY MOM Rebekah Higgs decorates her home for the holidays on a budget.

Taste Detours

Take a delicious culinary trip through Guelph's food and restaurant scene with host Lynn Broughton.

X-Plated

Ever wonder why the meals you cook at home don’t taste like they do at a restaurant? Wonder no more! X-Plated reveals how Niagara’s best chefs create their favourite dishes in a typical home kitchen.

Thrill Ride

Engines screaming, tires squealing, and hang time that seems to last forever. Thrill Ride puts you in the front seat at some of the most exciting clubs in the Oshawa area.

Québec Social Club

Québec Social Club showcases promising English-speaking artists from Quebec City’s music scene.

Strive

Athletes up-close and intimate. Strive profiles young men and women who put everything on the line to become champions.

The Art of 8 Limbs

Follow Muay Thai fighters from across Ontario cities as they prepare to do battle.

Hollywood in the Valley

Ottawa's very own pop culture expert, Matt “Mr. Hollywood” Demers, is your guide to the hottest entertainment events, places, and people in the Capital and across the country.

To watch Hollywood in the Valley:

If you are already a Bell Fibe TV customer, go to channel 1, or watch it on demand with the Fibe TV App.

If you are not a Bell Fibe TV customer, click here to learn more about Bell services.

Songs from the Hammer

Songs From The Hammer takes you through the streets of Hamilton, Ontario's "Steel City" city using music, and stories, as the vehicle

Stand Up Down Time

Nathan Macintosh and other comics look for new ways to kill some time before they hit the stage.

Noongom

Noongom (Algonquin for "today") highlights the impact that a new generation of Aboriginal Peoples are making on the National Capital Region. Host Gabrielle Fayant showcases the work and creativity of Ottawa’s local Aboriginal youth, offering a fresh perspective that’s filled with humour and history. From large celebrations to homelessness, Noongom explores different cultures and stereotypes head-on to help people better understand what it means to be Aboriginal in Ottawa today.

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