Curious about when your favorite CBC shows will be returning this winter? Interested in the new ones? Well you’re in luck because CBC announced Wednesday the premiere dates for its winter 2018 television season. Check out the info below for the premiere dates of all your new and returning favorites!
Returning comedy favorites Schitt’s Creek and Workin’ Moms anchor a Tuesday night comedy lineup and return January 9. Workin’ Moms will also air a special flashback episode with guest star Jann Arden that will air Tuesday, December 19 at 9:30 p.m. ET. The episode will feature a look back at Kate (Catherine Reitman) and her best friend Anne (Dani Kind) before marriage and motherhood.
New legal drama series Burden of Truth, starring Kristin Kreuk as a big city lawyer who returns to her hometown to take on what she thinks is a simple case, will debut on Wednesday, January 10 at 8 p.m along with new series The Detectives following it at 9 p.m. Other new series to note are Allan Hawco’s Caught, which premieres Monday, February 26 at 9 p.m. Adapted from Lisa Moore’s acclaimed novel set in 1978 about a convicted drug dealer who attempts one more deal after a daring prison break, Caught also stars Eric Johnson and Paul Gross.
Cameron Pictures latest series, the comedy Little Dog starring and created by Joel Thomas Hynes, premieres Thursday, March 1 and tells the story of a super-welterweight Newfoundland boxer and his haphazard quest for redemption. Mike Clattenburg and Mike O’Neill’s dysfunctional family comedy Crawford, which boasts an ensemble cast led by Jill Hennessy, John Carroll Lynch and Kyle Mac, will be available for streaming on Groundhog Day, Friday, February 2, for binge-viewing on the CBC TV app and cbc.ca/watch. The series will also broadcast on CBC in summer 2018.
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