CBC’s Fall Schedule

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cbc fall schedule 2020

CBC renewed 23 of its original programs for the upcoming 2020-21 television season including Coroner, Dragons’ Den, The Fifth Estate, Frankie Drake Mysteries, The Great Canadian Baking Show, Heartland, Kim’s Convenience, Marketplace, Murdoch Mysteries, The Nature of Things, Still Standing, Tallboyz, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, and Workin’ Moms.

Canada’s public broadcaster has also commissioned six new series for the fall: Enslaved a documentary series led by Samuel L. Jackson and Canadian filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici which charts the history of slavery through underwater archaeology; Orangeville Prep, a factual series that takes an inside look at the competitive high-pressure world of basketball’s most successful preparatory program; The Sounds, a relationship thriller set in Pelorus Sounds, New Zealand, starring Rachelle Lefevre and Matt Whelan; Trickster about an indigenous teen struggling to keep his family above water by holding down an after-school job and selling ecstasy to support his mother – series is based on the best-selling novel Son of a Trickster by Eden Robinson and has already been renewed for a second season; the Canadian premiere of the latest interpretation of H.G. WellsWar of the Worlds starring Gabriel Byrne, Elizabeth McGovern and Daisy Edgar-Jones.

Premiering in winter 2021, Lady Dicks will follow two radically different detectives in their early 40s starring Meredith MacNeill and Adrienne C. Moore and Arctic Vets, which will take viewers up close with the remarkable wildlife that inhabits Canada’s frozen north and the team of veterinarians that work tirelessly to keep them safe.

CBC’s Fall 2020 Schedule

Mondays
7 p.m. – Coronation Street
7:30 p.m. – Family Feud Canada
8 p.m. – The Sounds
9 p.m. – Pure (Season 2)
10 p.m. – The National

Tuesdays
7 p.m. – Coronation Street
7:30 p.m. – Family Feud Canada
8 p.m. – Still Standing (Season 6) / Just for Laughs
8:30 p.m. – This Hour Has 22 Minutes (Season 28) / Just for Laughs
9 p.m. – Baroness Von Sketch Show (Season 5)
9:30 p.m. – Catastrophe (Seasons 3 and 4) / HA!IFAX Comedy Fest)
10 p.m. – The National

Wednesdays
7 p.m. – Coronation Street
7:30 p.m. – Family Feud Canada
8 p.m. – War of the Worlds
9 p.m. – Trickster
10 p.m. – The National

Thursdays
7 p.m. – Coronation Street
7:30 p.m. – Family Feud Canada
8 p.m. – Battle of the Blades (Season 6)
9 p.m. – Dragons’ Den (Season 15)
10 p.m. – The National

Fridays
7 p.m. – Coronation Street
7:30 p.m. – Coronation Street
8 p.m. – Marketplace (Season 48)
8:30 p.m. – You Can’t Ask That (Season 2) / Orangeville Prep
9 p.m. – The Nature of Things (Season 60)
10 p.m. – The National

Saturdays
Road to the Olympic Games (Season 6)
Hockey Night in Canada

Sundays
Road to the Olympic Games (Season 6)
8 p.m. – The Great British Baking Show (Season 10)
9 p.m. – Enslaved
10 p.m. – The National

Returning Midseason: Coroner (Season 3), Family Feud Canada (Additional season 2 episodes), The Fifth Estate, Frankie Drake Mysteries, The Great Canadian Baking Show (Season 4), HA!IFAX Comedy Fest (Season 24 continues), Heartland (Season 14), Kim’s Convenience (Season 5; already renewed for Season 6), Marketplace, Murdoch Mysteries, The Nature of Things, Road to the Olympic Games, Tallboyz, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, Workin’ Moms (Season 5).

For The TV Watercooler’s Fall Preview, click here.

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