Doki: (Animation, 26x30 min./52x11 min.) Join the Worldwide Expedition Club and follow Doki and his friends as they travel all over the world to learn about science, nature and the world we live in.
The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About Christmas! : (Animation/family, 1x52 min.) Inspired by the top-rated, fun-filled animated series, The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, this one hour holiday special brings our favorite characters together to discover the magic of Christmas.
The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!: (Preschool animation, 60x30 min./120x15 min.) Dr. Seuss’ beloved Cat In The Hat comes to television with a perfect blend of entertainment and education. Fuelled by curiosity and imagination, The Cat and his friends embark on extraordinary adventures into the natural world.
You Gotta Eat Here: (Food/travel, 26x30 min.) Charming, funny, and food obsessed host, comedian John Catucci sets out on a quest to find the most delicious, mouthwatering, and over the top comfort foods. John dives into the kitchens to find out what makes these signature recipes so damn good.
Julie and The Phantoms: (Tween, 26x30 min.) While dusting off an old turntable to play some forgotten vinyl, wannabe teen rock star Julie accidentally brings an eighties rock band back to life. The fact that only she can see the band makes her friends wonder if Julie has finally lost it. The music ensues as they create a new kind of rock band called Julie and The Phantoms.
Brilhante F.C.: (Tween, 13x30 min.) Tells the story of five adolescent girls who form the first all-girl football team in a small town in Brazil. Funny and touching, the series uses the football field as its canvas for life. A coming of age teenage dramedy, with lots of goals.
Everyday Exotic: (Food/culinary, 52x30 min. HD) Join host Roger Mooking as he explores exotic ingredients and incorporates them into everyday cooking. Each episode focuses on one distinctive seasoning, the “obedient ingredient” and explores its provocative palate.
Carl Squared: (Animation, 65x30 min.) When a slacker teen accidentally clones himself he discovers that the miracle of cloning is only skin-deep as he scrambles to cover up the trail of chaos left by his exuberant clone.
Chef Abroad: (Food/culinary, 26x30 min.) Takes chef Michael Smith out of his kitchen and out of his comfort zone to explore new food frontiers in far flung locations such as Egypt, Japan and South Africa.
French Food at Home: (Food/culinary, 78x30 min.) Witty and charming host Laura Calder brings the magic of French Food home. From bistro desserts to savory tarts to scrumptious sautés she brings the pleasure of French cooking to your table.