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The Bachelor Canada
CityTV,

2012

| Drama, Romance/Dating, Reality
Rating: 5/5

The Bachelor Canada is a Canadian reality television series based on the American television series of the same name.


Seed

This is a half-hour comedy following Harry, a likeable bachelor and bartender whose previous foray into sperm donation has resulted in offspring he was unaware of - until now.


The Collector
CityTV,

2004

| Drama, Sci-Fi

The Collector is a supernatural drama, in the tradition of Rod Serling's original Twilight Zone. Centuries ago, Morgan Pym made a deal with Satan: his soul, in exchange for 10 years with his one true love.


Canada's Next Top Model
CityTV,

2006

| Celebrities, Talent
Rating: 1/5

This show brings in some of Canada's best undiscovered talent. The aspiring models are taught the ins and outs of the modeling world as they compete for the grand prize of being "Canada's Next Top Model".


Sunnyside

This sketch-comedy show is set in a quirky and surreal fictional neighborhood called Sunnyside, where coffee shops, speakeasies, the occult, and much more can be found within walking distance.


Canada's Got Talent
CityTV,

2012

| Family, Talent, Music, Reality
Rating: 4/5

With no age limit and no act too obscure, Canada's Got Talent will embark on a nation-wide search for Canada's favorite performer, celebrating the diverse and eclectic homegrown talent from across the country.


Second Jen
CityTV,

2016

| Comedy
Rating: 4/5

In Toronto, best friends Jennifer "Jen" Wu and Jennifer "Mo" Monteloyola decide to become roommates when Mo's parents move back to the Philippines and Jen takes the opportunity to live independent from her Chinese immigrant parents. They move into a rooming house apartment where they meet housemates eager Lewis and mellow Nate whose new friendship encourages the girls to not give up on the challenges of their newly independent lives.


Package Deal
CityTV,

2013

| Comedy, Family

Danny, Sheldon and Ryan are the closest brothers you will ever come across. That is until Danny's new girlfriend Kim shows him what life is like without his brothers.


Young Drunk Punk

This is a semi-autobiographical single camera comedy series from Bruce McCulloch, telling the story of Ian and Shinky, recent high school graduates who don't quite feel they belong. The show is set in the 1980's and follows the pair in a search to find out who they really are.


Mother Up!

Rudi Wilson is a former record executive who decides to move to the suburbs and see if she can hold her own in the world of motherhood. What Rudi finds is that her hard-partying lifestyle, frequent drinking and tendency to use profane language don't necessarily gel with the lifestyles of her neighbors in the suburbs.


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