Exciting new titles on CBC this fall!

Fall 2021

 
CBC/Radio-Canada

Coming off an exciting summer of incredible Tokyo 2020 coverage, this fall CBC is set to deliver diverse programming that represents the voices of Canadians from across the country. Featuring over 35 new and original series from Canadian creators, producers and storytellers across all genres, CBC remains committed to serving all Canadians by delivering what no other media company in Canada can offer all in one place: the essential information audiences rely on each and every day, and authentic, engaging entertainment that reflects the diverse, fascinating spirit of our country. This new slate of original programming is an embodiment of our promise to better represent and reflect more people, places and perspectives across the country in new ways, and we look forward to sharing this remarkable range of Canadian storytelling.

 
CBC

To compliment returning favourites

 
FAMILY FEUD CANADA
MURDOCH MYSTERIES
DIGGSTOWN

Comes 4 new, highly-anticipated series

RACE AGAINST THE TIDE
STRAYS
MOONSHINE
SORT OF

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CHECK OUT OUR FALL SCHEDULE AND FALL PREMIERE DATES

NEXT STOP
DOUMIA
 
CBC Gem

CBC Gem is Canada's streaming service, offering more than 6500 hours of live and on-demand Canadian programming and a curated selection of acclaimed, best-in-class content from around the world, including more than 800 documentaries, 400 hours of ad-free content for kids and tweens, and a collection of over 150 Canadian feature films.

 
 
CBC Gem

CBC Gem is Canada's streaming service, offering more than 6500 hours of live and on-demand Canadian programming and a curated selection of acclaimed, best-in-class content from around the world, including more than 800 documentaries, 400 hours of ad-free content for kids and tweens, and a collection of over 150 Canadian feature films.

 
NEXT STOP
SOUMIA
 

CBC Gem will offer new programming in honour of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30, including Tanya Talaga's Spirit to Soar: Mashkawi-Manidoo Bimaadiziwin (Sept. 24), a powerful film that examines the hard truths around the deaths of seven First Nation high school students in Thunder Bay, ON; and We Were Children, recounting the experiences of two residential school survivors.

Marking 20 years since 9/11, CBC Gem will offer new documentaries 9/11: Unfinished Business (Sept. 10), a CBC News special presentation with Peter Mansbridge; and Surviving 9/11 commissioned by BBC (Sept. 10), offering a deeply personal look at the events of September 11, 2001.

 

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