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  1. #81
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    CMT has announced that Nashville will end after its sixth season which premieres on Thursday, January 4. The series airs in Canada on W Network.

    In other news, CMT has cancelled Still the King after two seasons. So far, only Season 1 aired in Canada.

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    Other news:

    TVLand has cancelled Lopez after two seasons. To my knowledge, it has never been picked up for broadcast in Canada. The next season of original series Nobodies will be moving over to Paramount Network upon its rebrand from Spike in January.

    USA series Playing House has been cancelled after three seasons. Earlier seasons were available for streaming on shomi.

    Hulu has cancelled Difficult People following a run of three seasons. Also previously on shomi.

    TBS recently debuted two new game shows in late October:

    Snoop Dogg Presents The Jokers' Wild - airs in Canada on MUCH Tuesday nights at 10:30pm

    Drop the Mic (a spinoff of the popular segment from The Late Late Show with James Corden) - debuted in Canada on CMT Thursday, November 16 at 10:00pm with back-to-back episodes


    Last edited by lostjon; 11-18-2017 at 06:41 AM.

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    Talk about hiding shows and making sure no one watches...No press release or anything. Maybe they will announce it next week?

    Showcase has picked up Happy! from Syfy. It starts Thursday December 7th at 10pm (Syfy has it on Wednesday the 6th).
    Last edited by mtlguy; 11-25-2017 at 06:56 PM.

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    Audience Network's Mr. Mercedes and Crackles' The Oath are coming to SuperChannel in April.

    http://worldscreen.com/tvdrama/canad...edes-the-oath/

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    Updated list,

    Expanded list to include Cinemax, HBO & Showtime series.

    USA Network has cancelled Damnation (aired on Netflix Canada)

    Hulu has cancelled Chance (2nd and final season has yet to air in Canada, premieres in February on Bravo) and Casual will end after the fourth season which premieres in July. (airs on CraveTV in Canada).

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    STARZ

    Weekly episodes of Counterpart are streaming on CraveTV, day and date with STARZ beginning with episode 2 on Sunday, January 28. Episode 1 premiered on STARZ Sunday, January 21 and has been available on CraveTV since last month.

    Episode 2 will also premiere on TMN but this will be a one-time airing only. Subsequent episodes will move to TMN Encore (which will become STARZ next year).


    Other updates:

    Audience Network
    Hit the Road is streaming on CraveTV

    Paramount Network
    The Shannara Chronicles has not been picked up for a third season. The second season aired this past fall on Spike, months before it was rebranded to Paramount. The decision was announced within days following the rebrand. It is in the process of being shopped around.


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    Wondering is SuperChannel's deal to show American Gods this spring is still on since that Bell deal with them.

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    Not sure where this came from but Cleverman, a show that was on Sundance, in the US, in 2016 is starting on APTN and Travel+Escape tomorrow and this week. Simulcast on both channels. Weird show description and weird combination of channel showing it. It has Aboriginal people in it, so yes APTN, but sharing it with T+E...
    Last edited by mtlguy; 02-23-2018 at 11:20 PM.

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    Thanks for the update.

    Actually, this show fits perfectly on Travel + Escape due to the nature of the series- it has elements of Sci-fi and the supernatural, which is the type of programming T+E now airs. This channel has morphed from a travel oriented service to one that mainly focuses on the supernatural, including many shows about ghosts/spirits and hauntings. Also, they currently air the following series which all fall into the supernatural genre- Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Charmed & Supernatural.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDN Viewer View Post
    Thanks for the update.

    Actually, this show fits perfectly on Travel + Escape due to the nature of the series- it has elements of Sci-fi and the supernatural, which is the type of programming T+E now airs. This channel has morphed from a travel oriented service to one that mainly focuses on the supernatural, including many shows about ghosts/spirits and hauntings. Also, they currently air the following series which all fall into the supernatural genre- Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Charmed & Supernatural.
    That's true. T + E recently had exclusive rights in Canada to other similarly themed series including South of Hell and Wolf Creek.

    If anything, DTOUR has become more of a travel oriented service, only because much of the programming on their schedule originates from Travel Channel in the U.S.

    Of course, Corus has done nothing to promote the channel alongside their other brands like Food Network, Showcase, HGTV and History. Simply because DTOUR does not fit among the core audiences of families, children and women that Corus keep pushing in their press releases. DTOUR was originally Prime upon its launch, intended for older audiences, just like what Zoomer Media is today with their brands including Vision and One. They tried to change that with their rebrand to TVtropolis (in the same way like we see today with Pop in the U.S.) before changing to DTOUR.

    But I digress...as this is going off topic from the thread.

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    You have Paramount Network listed, but unless exception for shows from outside studios, the shows are hoin to be on Paramount Network here as well. Heathers is confirmed anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtlguy View Post
    You have Paramount Network listed, but unless exception for shows from outside studios, the shows are hoin to be on Paramount Network here as well. Heathers is confirmed anyway.
    That is correct, however some shows are not airing on the Canadian feed of the channel, for whatever reason. The miniseries Waco, which recently aired, was not available on Paramount Network in Canada.

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    Updated list,

    I cleaned up the list, removing series that have been cancelled and/or ended and added in new series that have recently premiered or will be premiering soon.

 

 

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