This Hour Has 22 Minutes

About the Show

THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES is an iconic comedy show armed with sardonic sketches, biting parodies, and an unrelenting skewering of the weekly news. Starring Mark Critch, Cathy Jones, Susan Kent, and Trent McClellan, 22 Minutes has been at the forefront of provocative satire for more than a quarter of a century, targeting politics, culture, and world events.

One of Canada's best-known and top-rated comedy shows, 22 MINUTES has been recognized with numerous awards over the years, including the Canadian Screen Awards Academy Icon Award. 22 MINUTES has also won several Canadian Comedy Awards, including Best TV Show.

A multiplatform hit, the show has a dynamic digital presence that allows fans to watch entire episodes online, view highlights and full sketches on Facebook, read jokes and much more on Twitter and check out photos and videos on Instagram. The show's social media outlets are updated continuously and generate considerable buzz.

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Program Name

This Hour Has 22 Minutes

Program Type

Television Show

Appears On

CBC

Genre

Arts & Entertainment

Schedule

Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. (9 p.m. NT)

Bios

Mark Critch

Co-host | 22 Minutes

Cathy Jones

Co-host | 22 Minutes

Susan Kent

Co-host | 22 Minutes

Trent McClellan

Correspondent | 22 Minutes

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CBC ANNOUNCES WINTER 2019 PREMIERE DATES

CBC ANNOUNCES WINTER 2019 PREMIERE DATES

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CBC ANNOUNCES FALL 2018 PREMIERE DATES

CBC ANNOUNCES FALL 2018 PREMIERE DATES

CBC today announced broadcast and streaming premiere dates for its fall 2018 lineup of new and returning series featuring a wide range of original programming produced by Canadian creators for Canadian audiences, including a new primetime schedule launching Tuesday, September 18th. Read More »

CBC ANNOUNCES 2018-19 PROGRAMMING SLATE

CBC ANNOUNCES 2018-19 PROGRAMMING SLATE

Canada’s public broadcaster today announced its robust 2018-19 slate, including 17 new series and 36 renewed titles – one of CBC’s largest returning lineups to date. Read More »

CBC CELEBRATES RECORD-BREAKING NUMBER OF CANADIAN SCREEN AWARD NOMINATIONS

CBC CELEBRATES RECORD-BREAKING NUMBER OF CANADIAN SCREEN AWARD NOMINATIONS

CBC has received 210 nominations from the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television for the 2018 Canadian Screen Awards in recognition of the national public broadcaster’s programming, production partners and creative talent. Read More »

CBC ANNOUNCES 2017-18 PROGRAMMING SLATE

CBC ANNOUNCES 2017-18 PROGRAMMING SLATE

CBC, Canada’s public broadcaster and the number-one media brand in Canada*, today announced its 2017-18 programming lineup showcasing a wide-ranging, uniquely Canadian slate of new and returning original drama, comedy, factual, arts, kids, sports, news and documentary content from the country's leading artists, creators and commentators across television, radio and digital platforms. Read More »

CBC MARKS RECORD-BREAKING NUMBER OF CANADIAN SCREEN AWARD NOMINATIONS

CBC MARKS RECORD-BREAKING NUMBER OF CANADIAN SCREEN AWARD NOMINATIONS

CBC has received 193 nominations from the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television for the 2017 Canadian Screen Awards, marking the highest number ever for Canada’s national public broadcaster and attesting to the exceptional quality of CBC’s programming, production partners and creative talent across multiple platforms. Read More »

CBC ANNOUNCES WINTER BROADCAST PREMIERE DATES FOR NEW AND RETURNING PRIME-TIME SERIES

CBC ANNOUNCES WINTER BROADCAST PREMIERE DATES FOR NEW AND RETURNING PRIME-TIME SERIES

CBC today announced premiere dates for its winter 2017 television season, featuring distinct, premium storytelling anchored by extraordinary Canadian voices and creative talent. The winter lineup includes five new prime-time titles and five returning series spanning comedy, drama, factual and arts programming. Read More »

CBC ANNOUNCES FALL BROADCAST PREMIERE DATES FOR NEW AND RETURNING TELEVISION SERIES

CBC ANNOUNCES FALL BROADCAST PREMIERE DATES FOR NEW AND RETURNING TELEVISION SERIES

CBC today announced premiere dates for its fall 2016 television season, featuring a diverse and uniquely Canadian slate of six new and 18 returning series including premium drama and comedy, cutting-edge news and investigative content, original documentaries and engaging factual, arts, kids, daytime and sports programming. Read More »

CBC ANNOUNCES 2016-17 SEASON ANCHORED BY DISTINCTLY CANADIAN CONTENT

CBC ANNOUNCES 2016-17 SEASON ANCHORED BY DISTINCTLY CANADIAN CONTENT

CBC, the number-one media brand in Canada*, today announced its 2016-17 fall and winter season, featuring a uniquely Canadian slate of new and returning original drama, comedy, factual, news, documentary, sports, arts and digital content from diverse voices and perspectives. Read More »

CBC ANNOUNCES NEW SERIES AND RENEWED TITLES FOR 2016-2017

CBC ANNOUNCES NEW SERIES AND RENEWED TITLES FOR 2016-2017

CBC today announced five new original programs to its 2016-17 lineup of Canadian hits, along with the renewal of another 10 returning titles. Read More »

CBC TAKES THE CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS BY STORM THIS YEAR, WINNING MORE TROPHIES ACROSS ALL CATEGORIES

CBC TAKES THE CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS BY STORM THIS YEAR, WINNING MORE TROPHIES ACROSS ALL CATEGORIES

Last night's Canadian Screen Awards gala presentation, which was broadcast live on CBC-TV, topped off an incredible week with CBC winning the majority of the television awards. Read More »

CBC ORIGINAL PROGRAMMING COMES OUT ON TOP AT THE CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS GALA

CBC ORIGINAL PROGRAMMING COMES OUT ON TOP AT THE CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS GALA

CBC's winning streak continued at The Academy of Canadian Film & Television's Canadian Screen Awards second gala event, where the public broadcaster received another 23 awards - more than any other broadcaster. 2016 Read More »

LAUGH OUT LOUD WITH CBC’S RETURNING COMEDIES

LAUGH OUT LOUD WITH CBC’S RETURNING COMEDIES

CBC's hit comedies have been renewed for 2016-17, with brand new seasons of SCHITT'S CREEK, MR. D and THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES. Also returning for its 14th season is Canada's RICK MERCER REPORT. The four original productions currently air back-to-back on Tuesday nights. Read More »

CBC LEADS THE 2016 CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS WITH 164 NOMINATIONS

CBC LEADS THE 2016 CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS WITH 164 NOMINATIONS

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television announced today that CBC has received 164 nominations for the 2016 Canadian Screen Awards. Read More »

NEW TITLES AND RETURNING FAVOURITES HIGHLIGHT CBC-TV’S WINTER 2016 PRIME-TIME SCHEDULE

NEW TITLES AND RETURNING FAVOURITES HIGHLIGHT CBC-TV’S WINTER 2016 PRIME-TIME SCHEDULE

CBC-TV's winter programming lineup is filled with returning hit comedies, dramas and current affairs programs, as well as new titles filled with intrigue, suspense, and heart-warming moments Read More »

CBC-TV’S FALL SEASON LAUNCHES WITH EXCITING NEW PROGRAMS AND RETURNING FAVOURITES

CBC-TV’S FALL SEASON LAUNCHES WITH EXCITING NEW PROGRAMS AND RETURNING FAVOURITES

CBC-TV's Fall schedule will launch over the coming weeks, highlighted by new series, returning hits, thought-provoking news and investigative content, documentaries, and engaging arts programming Read More »

JULIANNE MOORE HEADLINES FINAL GROUP OF STELLAR PRESENTERS SLATED FOR THE 2015 CANADIAN

JULIANNE MOORE HEADLINES FINAL GROUP OF STELLAR PRESENTERS SLATED FOR THE 2015 CANADIAN

With less than one week to go until the winners are announced, the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television (ACCT) and CBC Television today announced the final group of presenters participating in the 2015 CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS Read More »

CBC AND DHX MEDIA CELEBRATE 22 YEARS OF 22 MINUTES WITH FIRST-EVER LIVE EVENT IN TORONTO AND AN HOUR

CBC AND DHX MEDIA CELEBRATE 22 YEARS OF 22 MINUTES WITH FIRST-EVER LIVE EVENT IN TORONTO AND AN HOUR

THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES has been a staple of CBC's prime-time lineup for 22 seasons and in honour of the iconic Canadian comedy's unique milestone year, CBC, together with the show's creators and producers at DHX Media, is inviting Canadians to join in the celebrations with a live gala event and a special retrospective episode. Read More »

#FALLforCBC: THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO CBC CANADA HOUSE, AN INTERACTIVE POP-UP EXPERIENCE AT

#FALLforCBC: THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO CBC CANADA HOUSE, AN INTERACTIVE POP-UP EXPERIENCE AT

The stars are out in Toronto and CBC Canada House is in the centre of it all. From September 4-7, fans can experience this pop-up activation through samples of CBC’s exciting fall line-up, ‘Meet & Tweets’ with CBC stars and a variety of other free, family-friendly activities. Read More »

CBC REVEALS LINEUP FOR 2014-15 TELEVISION SEASON, FEATURING RETURNING HITS AND 12 NEW PRIMETIME

CBC REVEALS LINEUP FOR 2014-15 TELEVISION SEASON, FEATURING RETURNING HITS AND 12 NEW PRIMETIME

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CBC’S POST-OLYMPIC WINTER SCHEDULE FEATURES CULINARY COMPETITION SERIES RECIPE TO RICHES AND HIT COM

CBC’S POST-OLYMPIC WINTER SCHEDULE FEATURES CULINARY COMPETITION SERIES RECIPE TO RICHES AND HIT COM

CBC brings all-new culinary competition RECIPE TO RICHES to its primetime line-up on Feb. 26. Catch comedian Gerry Dee's hilarious hidden-camera special, GERRY DEE: THE SUBSTITUTE on February 24 Read More »

CBC TELEVISION REVEALS ITS WINTER SCHEDULE, HEADLINED BY THE SOCHI 2014 OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES AND THR

CBC TELEVISION REVEALS ITS WINTER SCHEDULE, HEADLINED BY THE SOCHI 2014 OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES AND THR

This February, CBC/Radio-Canada reclaims its position as the Official Olympic Broadcaster with the SOCHI 2014 OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES, providing its traditional standard of world-class broadcasting updated for the digital age. Read More »

CBC TELEVISION LAUNCHES 2013-2014 SCHEDULE FEATURING NEW PRIMETIME SERIES, SOCHI 2014, AND A SLATE O

CBC TELEVISION LAUNCHES 2013-2014 SCHEDULE FEATURING NEW PRIMETIME SERIES, SOCHI 2014, AND A SLATE O

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RING IN 2013 WITH A SPECIAL COLLECTION OF NEW YEAR’S EVE COMEDY FAVOURITES AND ‘BEST-OF’ ROUND-UPS O

RING IN 2013 WITH A SPECIAL COLLECTION OF NEW YEAR’S EVE COMEDY FAVOURITES AND ‘BEST-OF’ ROUND-UPS O

Start the New Year off right with a variety of special programming from CBC Television and CBC Radio, including hilarious comedies, exclusive interviews, and a recap of the best stories from 2012. Read More »

CBC Television Shines This Fall with Top-Notch Original Programming, Proven Acclaimed Formats and Bi

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Program Name

This Hour Has 22 Minutes

Program Type

Television Show

Appears On

CBC

Genre

Arts & Entertainment

Schedule

Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. (9 p.m. NT)

Bios

Mark Critch

Co-host | 22 Minutes

Cathy Jones

Co-host | 22 Minutes

Susan Kent

Co-host | 22 Minutes

Trent McClellan

Correspondent | 22 Minutes