Top Canadian TV Premieres

From dramas and comedies to a variety of reality shows, these are the top Canadian TV premieres.

Jennifer Coxby Jennifer Cox

Loads of home-grown shows are either returning to TV or making their debut on Canadian airwaves this fall season.


"Call Me Fitz"

Debuting with back-to-back half-hour episodes, "Call Me Fitz" returns with star Jason Priestley as Richard “Fitz” Fitzpatrick, a used-car salesman who is always tormenting his coworkers as well the women he sleeps with. It starts up again on Sunday, September 25 at 8:00pm.


"Living in Your Car"

Executive produced by legendary Canadian comedic talent David Steinberg, "Living In Your Car" tells the story of Steve Unger, a once-successful businessmen who is now living in his car. It premieres Monday, October 24 at 8:30pm ET/MT.


"Ice Road Truckers"

Who knew watching guys (and one adorable and very tough lady) haul mining equipment across ice roads could be so interesting? This original History Channel program kicks of Season 5 on Wednesday, August 31 at 9pm.


"Paul Brandt's Build It Forward"

A new CMT show, "Build It Forward" airs on September 17 and follows host (and country music star) Paul Brandt as he helps families who are facing homelessness build a new home as well as help others at the same time.


"ER Vets"

Another CMT show, with its second season premiering September 23, it follows the interpersonal lives of veterinarians. It is narrated by Canadian songstress Jann Arden.


"Risky Business"

This reality show, debuting on Slice Network on Monday, September 12 at 9pm, looks at one daring couple and two risky investment opportunities as one of Canada’s most successful investors, W. Brett Wilson, helps them with a decision that could change their lives.