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The CBC Kids TV schedule is changing — check out the brand new shows!

Sep 4, 2020

Attention all parents and caregivers!

As of September 7, there are three brand new shows coming to the CBC Kids morning schedule!

And there is something for everyone, whether you have preschoolers at home or younger school-aged kids who like the routine of watching a show or two before heading to school.

If your family isn't big on traditional TV, not to worry! Check out CBC Gem to stream even more kid- and family-friendly TVs and movies!

Visit the CBC Program Guide for more details about the scheduled changes in your region.

Or, jump to: Monday to Friday schedule | Saturday schedule | Sunday schedule

The Adventures of Paddington

It’s a brand new series about a favourite old friend. Paddington Bear returns in a fresh new animated format, ready for new adventures! Ideal for younger kids, this version of Paddington is heartwarming and focuses on being curious, being good to others, and being part of a loving family.

Find it weekday mornings on CBC, or stream it on CBC Gem.

Love Monster

A sweet and quirky series based on the picture book series by Rachel Bright, Love Monster is about a slightly hairy, googly-eyed hero who navigates all kinds of familiar (and not-so-familiar) challenges and adventures in a world in which he is one of a kind.

Love Monster airs weekday mornings on CBC, and streams on CBC Gem, starting September 7!

Remy & Boo

Remy & Boo is a gorgeous new series about an adventurous 6-year-old named Remy and her best friend, a big squishy robot named Boo. It’s all about adventure, imagination and the power of friendship. What more do you really need?

Start streaming September 7 on CBC Gem.

CBC Kids Fall Schedule — Effective September 7, 2020

Click the image below for a printable schedule!


Click the image below for a printable schedule!



Click the image below for a printable schedule!

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