documentary Channel


Sunday March 7 Johnny Cash American Rebel A celebration of the larger-than-life Johnny Cash from the unique perspective of the Man in Black’s greatest songs, the “essentials”. More »
Friday March 12 Charley Pride: I’m Just Me Follow the country music superstar’s amazing journey from segregated Mississippi to Nashville. More »
Friday March 12 Grand Cru Burgundy winemaking legend Pascal Marchand faces his greatest challenges during the catastrophic 2016 season. More »
Saturday March 13 I Am JFK jr The story of John F. Kennedy Jr, a young man destined for greatness, but determined to be good in a world filled with high expectations. More »
Tuesday March 16 I Am Chris Farley The bittersweet story of one of the most innovative comedians who ever graced the stage, screen and television. More »
Friday March 19 The Reckoning: Hollywood’s Worst Secret Explore the most explosive scandal in pop culture's history: sexual harassment in Hollywood. More »
Saturday March 20 The Devil’s Trap He was 18 years-old when he was excommunicated from a fundamentalist Protestant cult. At 24, a young ex-cult member takes a three week leave from the Navy to embark on a cross-Country journey to re-unite with his estranged family. More »
Tuesday March 23 Genius Factory In 1980, Robert Graham, a 73 year-old eccentric millionaire got the idea to create a Nobel Prize winning sperm bank. More »
Thursday March 25 Let There Be Light Nuclear fusion is known as the holy grail of energy but years of setbacks have not stopped people from trying to build an artificial star on Earth. More »
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About documentary Channel

documentary Channel is a digital television station devoted to showing the best documentaries from Canada and around the world. With its special emphasis on feature length films, watching documentary is like having a cinema in your own living room, showing award winning films twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

documentary Channel shows documentaries from legendary filmmakers such as D. A. Pennebaker (The War Room, Don’t Look Back) and the Maysles brothers (Gray Gardens, Salesman). The documentary Channel also shows the best films from the archives of its partners, The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (Dawn of the Eye) and The National Film Board (Cinema Verite).