With Season 2 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!
The Ice Walk series exposes a hidden history of the exile of Prince Edward Island’s original inhabitants to a small island off its coast and explores the present-day desire of allies to rectify these injustices. The series holds space for Mi’kmaq Elders and other community members to tell their harrowing stories of crossing the ice to get basic provisions from the mainland. When allies decide to walk the ice in an act of reconciliation, they are challenged to reflect on the commitment they would be willing to make now that they know the terrible truth.
Atlantic Edition is back for a second season with comedian James Mullinger touring Eastern Canada to meet nine more remarkable Atlantic Canadians.
Dean is a headstrong Canadian TV producer and Jean is a strong-willed chef from Thailand. Together, they attempt to make a cooking show about Thai food. There's just one challenge: they're husband and wife. Follow Dean and Jean, in front and behind the cameras, as they navigate their egos, cultural differences, and their marriage to make a cooking show!
One Pot Wonders is an instructional program teaching the audience how to make hassle free, healthy meals all in one vessel. Hosted by Chef Christine Amar, One Pot Wonders is aimed at people on the go who are conscious about what they put in their bodies but don’t necessarily have the time to cook full, healthy meals.
Masters of Photography is a new television series that showcases the incredible talent of six New Brunswick photographers. In this series professional photographer Mark Hemmings interviews each photographer, and joins them on a photo shoot. In each episode, the audience gets a behind the scenes look at a professional photo shoot — discovering both the technical and aesthetic elements that come together to make the perfect photograph. If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about landscape, wedding, documentary, portrait, nature, and product photography, you’ve come to the right place!
Join Shane Mountain and guests at The Lumberjack’s Cookbook to learn how to make fun, unique and customized wood products to impress your friends and family with your new knowledge and skills. We take you through the step-by-step processes needed to complete each project. Carpentry is an exciting and challenging trade that anyone can do with a little help and guidance. Lumberjack’s Cookbook is here to help you learn the ways of carpentry!
The Barber’s Chair is a new series where we get to know your local barbershop! One of NB’s newest residents Jordan Owens—a retired professional hockey player— visits barbershops in small towns all around the province in an effort to get to know his home a little better. As Jordan says: “If you want to get to really know a place, there’s no better spot to start than your local barbershop—sitting down to talk with your barber.
In this lifestyle doc series, food writer and photographer Jessica Emin explores the best food and the tastiest drinks in the City of Halifax. Whether butchering a side of beef or sampling Chinese dim sum, Jessica is Halifax’s self-described hype girl for all things edible. Her thirst for knowledge and to satisfy her cravings is both entertaining and inspiring to local foodies and those new to Halifax. Welcome to Stoked On Food.
Threading the Needle brings into focus a few of the many talented knitters, quilters, and hookers in PEI. Prepare yourself to fight the urge to head to a craft store and begin a journey into the world of needle arts as you discover these colourful, dedicated artists who live and breathe their craft.
The six Cape Breton Island individuals who are featured in this “Lone” series, live alone but are not lonely. They are happy to go about their daily lives with purpose, feeling accomplished and with a positive attitude. They have a healthy balance with nature, arts, music and appear to be a mystery to all who see them from a distance. Their measure of success is their independence, privacy and freedom.
While filming a travel series about a charming cottage country town, the cast and crew soon discover that the local expert hosting the show knows little about the town she claims to have grown up in. As a detective circles the set looking for answers to an unsolved case, the show’s host, its crew, and the town of Orillia are soon wrapped up in a comedic mystery that explores what it means to be part of a community.