Canada’s Smartest Person

Canada’s Smartest Person is a Canadian reality television competition series. Canadians compete in unique intelligence challenges to earn the title of “Canada’s Smartest Person.” The challenges are based on The Theory of Multiple Intelligences.

The series is hosted by TV personality Jessi Cruickshank.

The show is produced by Media Headquarters, and broadcasts on CBC Television. The show originally aired in 2012 as a 2-hour special. It returned to CBC as a 9-part series in 2014. The 2014 series was the number one rated new Canadian program of the fall season. Canada’s Smartest Person returned for a second season on October 4, 2015. On March 31st, 2016 CBC announced the series would return for a third season as part of their fall/winter schedule.

During the broadcast, viewers participate in all of the challenges from home in real-time using the Canada’s Smartest Person app. The app is one of the most popular interactive experiences ever produced in Canada, with over 1,000,000 intelligence tests completed over the first season.


Big Brother Canada

Big Brother is a television reality game show based on the original Dutch TV series of the same name, created by producer John de Mol in 1997.[2]The show is titled Big Brother Canada to differentiate from the American version of the franchise, which airs in Canada during the summer. The series follows a group of contestants, known as HouseGuests, living together in a custom-built home under constant surveillance, while completely isolated from the outside world. The contestants are competing for a $100,000 grand prize, with weekly competitions and evictions determining who will win the show.[3][4] The series takes its name from the character in George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984). With a French version and the United States version having aired in the country, Canada officially received its own English version of the series in 2013. The show was met with commercial success, and has gone on to become a hit for its parent network.


Hockey Wives

Hockey Wives is a Canadian documentary television series which debuted on March 18, 2015 on the W Network. In Québec, the series debuted on September 12, 2015 on the Séries+ (Mariées au hockey). The series follows a group of wives and girlfriends of professional hockey players, as they balance the highs and lows of the hockey world, their personal and social lives.


Hello Goodbye

Hello Goodbye hosted by Dale Curd, draws out people from all walks of life who are in the midst of welcoming home or saying goodbye to their loved ones. The series that everyone is talking about demonstrates the universal themes of love, family, bonds, friendships, grief and joyful reunion, and presents a window into our most emotional moments. Bustling airport arrival and departure terminals see thousands of people every day, and each and every traveler has a unique story to tell.