“Corus is at the forefront of Specialty entertainment with a powerhouse portfolio of 45 specialty brands full of celebrated original content, critically acclaimed dramas, fascinating unscripted series, and unmatched kids programming,” said Barb Williams, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Corus Entertainment. “With an upcoming slate of some of the most highly anticipated new and returning series, Corus maintains its position as the go-to destination for entertainment in Canada.”
In the ultra-popular unscripted realm, Corus continues to be a leading tastemaker, producing standout Canadian original content with successful franchises and innovative new formats. Top Chef Canada, series from Food Network Canada, makes its return in the fiercest culinary battle to date with an All-Stars edition slated for early 2024. The nation’s largest city welcomes the Canadian lifestyle series with the green light of Real Housewives of Toronto. The new series promises an intimate look at the luxurious lives of the city’s wealthiest women, from their extravagant day-to-day escapades in Toronto to grandiose getaways at their exclusive colossal cottages in Muskoka, Canada’s playground for the rich and famous. A different kind of haute couture continues in the new Slice original Style Factory with a behind-the-scenes look at how fashion and beauty products are made. W Network, is set to launch the first ever version of The Bachelorette Canada this Fall from the successful franchise. HGTV Canada triple threat of Bryan Baeumler, Scott McGillivray, and Mike Holmes all return with new series this Fall. Bryan Inc., Moving the McGillivrays, and Holmes and Holmes each give a deeper look into the personal and professional lives of the network’s biggest stars.
Rounding out Corus’ 2024/2017 new unscripted programming is an array of original, unscripted factual programs that are sure to fascinate curious minds and entertain with nail-biting suspense. HISTORY welcomes an army of new originals to its lineup. HISTORY treks north to Edmonton International Airport in the new, original series Airport: Below Zero. The series takes Canadians behind-the-scenes at North America’s most northerly big city airport. Joining HISTORY in Spring 2024, a team of crack investigators search for billions of dollars worth of treasures stolen by the Nazis in Nazi Treasure Hunters. Finally, CMT (Canada) brings host Billy Bretherton north of the 49th parallel in the original series Billy Goes North. The series chronicles Billy’s adventure with Canadian pests, critters, and gnarly animals other exterminators can’t handle alone.
Corus is bringing back brand-new seasons of unscripted lifestyle series. Home to Win returns to HGTV Canada in 2024 with a second season that will give Canadians the opportunity to compete for a home renovated by the country’s best builders and designers. It’s joined by new seasons of fan-favourite originals Leave It To Bryan, Timber Kings, as well as Tiny House Hunters. The iconic Canadian duo Drew and Jonathan Scott return to W Network for new seasons of the Emmy-nominated series Property Brothers and Buying and Selling with the Property Brothers. Food Network Canada sizzles with a new season of Chopped Canada and new episodes of You Gotta Eat Here! Slice orders up a second date with the sensational original First Dates while the sassy ladies of Real Housewives of Atlanta and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills carry on with their fabulous lives. For the bold and adventurous, HISTORY adds new seasons of factual favourites Forged in Fire, Ice Road Truckers, Mountain Men, and Yukon Gold.
This year’s new scripted series live on HISTORY, Showcase, and W Network with a lineup of captivating dramas and thrilling sci-fi series. HISTORY introduces SIX, a drama written by William Broyles (Castaway, Apollo 13, Jarhead). Inspired by the real missions of SEAL Team Six, the series traces the 2024 mission to eliminate a Taliban leader that uncovers a U.S. citizen working with the terrorists. Also joining the HISTORY lineup in 2024/2017 is Knightfall, the executive produced series from Oscar and Golden Globe nominee Jeremy Renner (The Hurt Locker, American Hustle) that chronicles the mysterious but true accounts of the Knights Templar. Sci-fi fans can rejoice with two all-new series on Showcase featuring major star power. Incorporated, a futuristic thriller from executive producers Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, stars Sean Teale (Reign) as a young executive who conceals his true identity to infiltrate a very dangerous corporate world to save the woman he loves. The series also stars Eddie Ramos (Teen Wolf), Golden Globe nominee Dennis Haysbert (24), and Emmy Award-winner Julia Ormond (Mad Men). The new, original time-traveling sci-fi series Travelers jumps hundreds of years into the future to a world where the last surviving humans discover the means of sending consciousness back through time. The series is shot in Vancouver and stars a wealth of Canadian stars including Eric McCormack (Will & Grace), Mackenzie Porter (Hell on Wheels), and Patrick Gilmore (Gracepoint). The dark comedy My So Called Wife (working title) injects some laughter into the schedule on W Network. The story centres on Maddie, a master-of-disguise con artist who gets men and women to fall in love with her, marries them and then disappears with their money. My So Called Wife stars Inbar Lavi (The Last Witch Hunter), Rob Heaps(Frankenstein and the Vampyre: A Dark and Stormy Night), Parker Young (Suburgatory), and Stephen Bishop (Being Mary Jane).
Corus’ scripted hits make their return, beginning with Showcase’s Golden Globe Award-winning series Mr. Robot on July 13. The Golden Globe-nominated series Outlander is also set to return for “Book Three” and “Book Four” from Diana Gabaldson’s international bestselling book series. Supergirl flies on to the already stellar Showcase schedule for its sophomore season. Melissa Benoist reprises her role as the title character in this hit action-adventure drama along with returning cast members Mehcad Brooks (Necessary Roughness), Chyler Leigh (Grey’s Anatomy), and Calista Flockhart (Ally McBeal). Canadians can continue to follow their favourite crew of motley warriors in the Season four continues later this year on HISTORY with a gripping new season coming in 2024. W Network keeps the magic flowing into 2024 with a new season of the spellbinding series Good Witch featuring everyone’s favourite enchantress, Catherine Bell (Army Wives, JAG) as Cassie Nightingale.
Corus Kids Networks offers distinct brands that kids and families love. Fun family viewing continues this Fall over on YTV, with two new Canadian original series. Drive Me Crazy is a reality series that sees unlicensed teen drivers – and the parents that teach them – to work together to pass the ultimate driver’s test and Ride follows the adventures of Katherine “Kit” Bridges as she moves to England for her Dad’s new job at Covington Academy, an elite equestrian boarding school. YTV also welcomes back Game Shakers and Stanley Dynamic for brand new seasons as well as new episodes of top-rated series SpongeBob Squarepants. Superpowers and superheroes take over TELETOON with a new trio of series. Atomic Puppet, a Canadian original animated series, is a story of an ordinary kid and his extraordinary transformation from superfan to superhero. In Supernoobs, best friends are accidently recruited by an intergalactic alliance to help stop an evil space virus from spreading across the galaxy. Completing the trio is Counterfeit Cat, a story about a nine-year-old alien with uncontrollable superpowers who is destined to save the universe. Disney Channel introduces new, animated series Elena of Avalor, which follows the bold, caring and clever, 16-year-old Princess Elena (voiced by Aimee Carrero) who is set to take the throne in the fairytale kingdom of Avalor. Anchored by returning hit series Little Charmers, Trucktown and Max & Ruby Treehouse, also offers new original series that focus on discovery and exploration with Ranger Rob and Rusty Rivets. Produced by Nelvana, Ranger Rob showcases the adventurous hero as he zip-lines, vine-swings and even snowboards his way around, discovering new and exciting places in his own big backyard. InRusty Rivets, Rusty gets out of jams by repurposing parts and objects into the wildest, coolest contraptions ever.