What’s New

New series!
Kingston Renewed

When Kingston loses its key icons, The Kingston Pen, John A MacDonald and The Tragically Hip, it experiences a surprising renewal. Former Montrealer Albert Nerenberg is caught up in the city’s transformation and experiences a bit of a rebirth himself.

New series!
City Girl Eats The Country

City Girl Eats The Country transports you to rustic farms and rural homes. City Chef Sara and her trusty sous chef and sidekick, Jewels, aim to prepare a cherished family recipe. Bon appétit meets barnyard bedlam in this comical culinary escapade.

New season!
Ice Canoe

Through encounters with the people who are keeping ice canoeing alive and pushing the limits of the competition, Ice Canoe presents the faces of a sport that’s all about team spirit and dedication. Host Aaron Bass brings a sport that’s unique in the world to life. If you want to conquer the ice floes of the Saint Lawrence River, you can’t get cold feet.

New series!
Shane Dreams of Sweet Corn

As the only black farmer outside Caledonia, Ontario, Shane McLeod faces challenges as he attempts to diversify by growing a lucrative crop of sweet corn.

New series!
The Roaming Chef

Chef Alex Page wants the freshest ingredients to cook with, so he drives to different farms in the Durham Region area to create meals inspired by what they produce. Alex cooks with milk, lavender, hot peppers, cider, flour and honey all from different sized farms. He packs his own kitchen and sets it up at each location to cook right on site for the hungry farmers.

New series!
Pizza Town

In Pizza Town, childhood friends and hosts Danny & Ozzy reunite in the pizza capital of Canada: Windsor, Ontario. They visit various famous pizzerias across town to indulge in eating pizza, learning how to make it, and find out from the chefs themselves their perspective on what makes Windsor’s pizza so unique and special.

1 Man’s Treasure

Legendary comedian Ron James decides to give up his life as a stand-up comedian to pursue his true passion as a treasure hunter. With a map he found hidden in an old boat, the fearless joke smith turned adventurer is now determined to uncover the long-lost treasure of Oak Island.

Ghost Kitchens

Angie St. Mars searches Winnipeg’s ghost kitchens for a spirit willing to judge her supernatural cooking competition. Although ghost kitchens aren’t typically for literal ghosts, Angie is prepared to enlist a team of paranormal experts to help reach a determination when three chefs will compete for the title of Greatest Ghost Kitchen Chef.

Mike Dawe - Setting His Own Limits

Mike Dawe’s life suddenly changed forever when he is diagnosed with metastatic cancer. Determined to fight for his survival, he sets out to train for an Ironman Triathlon during his radiotherapy and set his own limits. Following along Mike’s journey from the diagnosis all the way through the treatments and the races in between.

Mi Nombre es Alex

Mi Nombre es Alex travels from rural Nova Scotia to the streets of Guatemala, where Alexander Chisholm Guibault’s story began as a young boy named Jésus who was born into poverty. Today, he lived to tell the tale and is now a Canadian adoptee. How he survived is a story of hope, perseverance, and love.

Pink Is In

The insanity continues at Chatsworth, the most dysfunctional women’s prison on the planet. The administration continues to lose control of the unruly inmates. Don’t despair, it’s still a fun hang!

Heather Rankin’s Red Shoe Sessions

Singer, songwriter and actor Heather Rankin hosts her own TV series, recorded at The Red Shoe Pub in Mabou showcasing local talented singers, songwriters, and musicians from Cape Breton Island.

County Blooms

County Blooms celebrates flower growers, creators, designers and more. Join host Jen Pogue and visit the farms, gardens, shops, and studios run by talented flower pros across Peterborough County.

BrawlStars

Each episode of BrawlStars re-enacts a real life fight, punched up with movie magic. A high-octane mix of stunt choreography and dynamic interviews with the heroic Canadians who lived to tell the tales.

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.

Our Stories

Our Stories amplifies the voices and experiences of marginalized people, providing a safe and supportive space for individuals to share their perspectives, opinions, and struggles. Through intimate interviews and personal narratives, this series seeks to challenge societal norms, promote empathy and understanding, and create meaningful dialogue around issues of social justice and equality.

Stoney Lonesome

Every city has a Stoney Lonesome. It’s that part of town that’s on the wrong side of the tracks but the right side of life. There’s less money, less infrastructure, and less gluten free bread. But there’s a seat at the One One tavern for anyone who cares to join.

Songs & Stories

Songs and Stories presented by Nova Scotia Summer Fest brings some of the top musical talent from the East Coast to Antogonish, Nova Scotia for a night of music and tales.