Say Hello to summer comedies, thrillers, movies, and more

CBC has even more summer programming to keep you entertained. Be inspired by breathtaking homes on Extraordinary Extensions, become immersed in the gritty drama series Crime, cheer on homegrown talent with the Canadian Elite Basketball League, or stop by CBC Kids for a new season of Dino Ranch. 
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CBC has even more summer programming to keep you entertained. Be inspired by truly breathtaking homes on Extraordinary Extensions, become immersed in the gritty drama series Crime, cheer on homegrown talent with the Canadian Elite Basketball League, or stop by CBC Kids for a new season of Dino Ranch


Start streaming Monday, July 18

Homeowners across the UK embrace their inner architect and build unique and extraordinary home extensions. Host, rapper, and property and design enthusiast, Tinie Tempah, focuses on the most out-of-the-box constructions and buildings, like a modern extension to a 17th century cottage, a huge structure of glass and so much more.

Start streaming Friday, July 22

For the first time ever, Irvine Welsh turns his attention to a television drama series with a story adapted from his best-selling novel. As with his masterpiece Trainspotting, the streets of Edinburgh are the setting for CRIME—the story of a tormented detective in a city on the edge of the abyss. Dougray Scott (Mission: Impossible 2, My Week with Marilyn) leads a stellar cast as Detective Inspector Ray Lennox, a man whose clear sight is as much a blessing as it is a curse. A girl goes missing. A town is in fear. A police department fights with itself. A hero is lost, tortured by his own demons. And all the while—watching, waiting—a brutal killer is poised to strike.

BUMP - Season 2 
Start streaming Friday, July 29

Season 2 of BUMP continues to explore unexpected motherhood, unwelcome new relatives, and unintended consequences with humour and emotional honesty. With the expectations of what life was supposed to be still freshly turned upside down, Oly (Nathalie Morris, Black Christmas) and Santi (Carlos Sanson Jr., Mr. Inbetween) get to know each other better, look to the future and discover just how much family can mess you up. 


Absolutely Canadian words on a black and pink backdrop.
Saturdays on CBC TV at 8 p.m. ET, 9 p.m. AT 9:30 NT (July 9, 16, 23, 30, Aug. 6 and Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1)
Now streaming on CBC Gem
Absolutely Canadian is a national one-hour series showcasing documentaries and performance programs that tell unique stories from communities across Canada. All programs are produced locally and highlight the works of independent filmmakers in each region. CBC works closely with independent filmmakers throughout the region to produce this series. Episodes will be uploaded to CBC Gem the day before. You can see all previous seasons of the Absolutely Canadian series here.


Begins streaming Saturday, July 23 on CBC Gem and on CBC TV at 9 p.m. (10 p.m. AT, 10:30 p.m. NT, 3 a.m. PT) July 24

When a routine deal goes bad, a drug trader (Saul Williams) tries to set things right while unexpected circumstances force him to confront his traumatic origins.

Begins streaming Saturday, July 30 on CBC Gem and on CBC TV at 9 p.m. (10 AT, 10:30 NT, 11 PT)

Martin Simmonds (Tim Roth) has been haunted throughout his life by the mysterious disappearance of his "brother" and extraordinary best friend, a Polish Jewish virtuoso violinist, Dovidl Rapaport, who vanished shortly before the 1951 London debut concert that would have launched his brilliant career. Thirty-five years later, Martin discovers that Dovidl (Clive Owen) may still be alive, and sets out on an obsessive intercontinental search to find him and learn why he left. An emotional story spread over two continents and half a century, the film shows that within the darkest of mysteries sometimes only music has the power to illuminate the truth, heal and redeem. Based on the novel "The Song Of Names" by Norman Lebrecht.

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CBC Kids

DINO RANCH Season 2 - Weekly episodes premiere July 23 on CBC Gem and CBC TV
Saturdays at 9:50am, and streaming on Gem, starting July 23.
Come on down and have yourself a visit on the Dino Ranch. Run by the Cassidy family this ranch is home to some of the biggest and wildest dinosaurs roaming the wild frontier. In season 2, the Dino Ranchers and their dinosaurs take care of their home and herds with creative problem solving and the support of their family! 

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Coming in August to CBC Gem

Start Streaming August 1

Summer 1975. The Delisle and Paquette families once again drive their kids to summer camp. They have three weeks to regain control of their criminal empire. As they try to defend their Organization all the way to Montreal, they realize something: bombs and guns can kill, but nothing is more dangerous than a broken heart.

Start Streaming August 5

You're invited! This reality sitcom follows stand-up comedians Bobby Mair and Harriet Kemsley as they plan their big day. Watch them navigate their finances, write the perfect vows, deal with uninvited guests, and choose a wedding cake, all mixed with a pinch of doubt. This is a laugh-out-loud look at all the ups and downs involved in planning the perfect wedding. What could possibly go wrong? 

Start Streaming August 12

A fun family holiday in a seemingly idyllic Turkish beachfront resort quickly turns into every parent's worst nightmare, when British teenager, Noah, is arrested for a serious crime that he denies. With their son locked up in a Turkish jail, Kathy and Martin must attempt to navigate an unfamiliar legal system and fight for their child's freedom. But when Martin decides to take matters into his own hands, he's entirely unaware that Kathy has already come up with risky plan of her own. With both parents playing with fire, someone is bound to get burned . . . No one will return unchanged by what happens on this nightmarish holiday.

Start Streaming August 19 

Levante, 1992, the end of summer in a coastal town. Sandra, Eva and Malena, all 15 years old, disappear from a club without a trace. The police don't seem to be looking in the right place, so Javi, Sandra's younger brother, starts his own investigation alongside Quino and Álvaro, his best friends, and Zeta, the class bully. Together, they discover that those who have his sister aren't of this world. In parallel to Costa, a tenacious Civil Guard officer, the gang will have to uncover these supernatural beings' plans if they want to find the girls before it's too late.

Start Streaming August 31

Marking the 25th anniversary of the tragic car crash that killed her, this new ground-breaking documentary will examine the death of Diana, Princess of Wales.  Twenty five years on, many questions around what happened, and who is responsible, still remain.  Featuring exclusive never before heard interviews, former Detective and award-winning Investigative Journalist Mark Williams-Thomas, will examine some of the theories that have emerged since Diana's death and will set out to answer key questions:  Could Diana have actually survived the crash if she had been treated differently at the scene?  And what impact did Diana's explosive BBC interview have on the final years of her life?  Did it set off a chain of events that actually led to her death? 

CBC Sports

CEBL - Canadian Elite Basketball League 
Tune in for all the excitement. CBC Sports will broadcast the quarterfinal games on Sunday, Aug. 7, semifinal games on Friday, Aug. 12, and the Championship game on Sunday, Aug.14. For the complete broadcast and streaming schedule, click here.

Fans will also be able to live stream all regular season games on CEBL's OTT streaming service CEBL+, the CEBL's official app, CEBL Mobile for iOS and Android devices,, CBC Gem, and the CBC Sports App for iOS and Android devices.