ORIGINAL DIGITAL PROGRAMMING:
CBC’s diverse slate of digital original series and award-winning CBC SHORT DOCS includes the following new titles that will stream on the CBC TV App and cbc.ca/watch:
ART IS MY COUNTRY (10x5, Noble Television)
OFF KILTER (8x8, Falter and Find Productions)
WINSTON ROWNTREE’S PEOPLE WATCHING (16x10, Lapaire Productions - Season 2, July)
FARM CRIME (6x15, Big Cedar Films - August)
SEEN AND HEARD (8x8, Picture This Productions - September)
RED BUTTON (6x8, Media Headquarters - winter)
CBC SHORT DOCS:
FAST HORSE (Alexandra Lazarowich)
QUEER PRIEST (Nicholas Bradford-Ewart)
SEDRA (Sura Mallouh)
THE HOLE IN RESERVOIR HILL (Shasha Nakhai and Rich Williamson)
In addition to making all television series available to stream live or on-demand via its digital platforms, spanning more than 4,000 hours of programming, CBC is also investing in new content exclusive to the CBC TV App and cbc.ca/watch including 250 hours of new programming. Featuring Canadian content as well as a curated selection of best-in-class drama, comedy, lifestyle and documentary content from around the world, new titles streaming in the upcoming year include PORTLANDIA, MOONE BOY and the Canadian premiere of Australian comedy RONNY CHIENG: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT.
New podcasts include:
KAITLIN PREST (September)
TAI ASKS WHY? (October)
SOMEONE KNOWS SOMETHING (October, Season 5)
LOVE ME (October, Season 3)
OTHER PEOPLE’S PROBLEMS (November, Season 2)
ROAD TO THE OLYMPIC GAMES (fall 2018, Season 4) as well as live-streams of key competitions on cbcsports.ca and via the CBC Sports app.
IAAF Diamond League (until August 31), Rugby World Cup Sevens (July 20-22), NACAC Track & Field Championships (August 10-12), FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships (October 25 – November 3) , and FINA World Swimming Championships (December 11-16). The fall also sees the return of winter sports on the competitive World Cup circuit. This summer, CBC SPORTS will also bring Canadians the excitement of the Calgary Stampede (July 6-15) and show jumping from Spruce Meadows (June 9 – Sept. 9).