What’s New

New Season!
Auntie Jillian

Jillian Danford is already an international online star, who has more than 12-million views and 100,000 subscribers. Now, her new series, Auntie Jillian invites viewers into her home to see how she and husband Warren embrace Canadian culture while nurturing and celebrating their Caribbean roots.

New Episodes!
Atlantic Edition

British comedian and journalist James Mullinger embarks on a journey to meet Atlantic Canadians who are making waves on the local, national and international stage. Atlantic Edition is a celebration of Eastern Canada’s most extraordinary and innovative business leaders, artists, musicians, architects, entrepreneurs, chefs and thespians. Their unique perspectives and viewpoints from Atlantic Canada provide a unique, fascinating, inspiring, immersive and often surprising viewing experience.

New Series!
Pink Is in

A hilarious look at a dysfunctional women's prison administration and the unhinged inmates in their care. Chatsworth Hamilton - It's a fun hang!

New Series!
Halifax Homicide

This true crime series highlights instances of major crime from across the Halifax Regional Municipality. Episodes feature dramatic reenactment, based on facts taken from real court documents and police interview footage.

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.

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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