What's new on CBC Gem in February 2020
CBC's digital streaming platform has a lineup of new content – and it’s totally free for Canadians.
Refresh and unwind this month with fresh, new TV series and films.
This February, we're excited to bring you new CBC Gem originals like the comedy series Hey Lady!, and sci-fi drama Utopia Falls, along with new episodes of CBC favourites like Schitt's Creek, Kim's Convenience, and Family Feud Canada. Also streaming this month: many award-winning Canadian and international shows and films.
Here's the breakdown of everything coming to CBC Gem this February.
Workin' Moms (Season 4)
Workin' Moms is returning for a fourth season Tuesday, February 18 at 9:30 p.m.
Change is in the air, as this season finds the toddlers at Crest Moon Camp and the moms at their wits' end. Watch a new episode every Tuesday for free here on CBC Gem.
New episode every Friday starting February 14.
Written by Morris Panych and directed by Adriana Maggs, Sarah Polley and Will Bowes, this original comedy stars Jayne Eastwood as a mean-spirited senior with no intention of aging gracefully. Follow on Facebook.
Schitt's Creek (Season 6 continues)
New episodes of the sixth and final season of Schitt's Creek premiering Tuesdays at 9 p.m.
The final season of Schitt's Creek: The Rose family continues to come to terms with losing their video-empire fortune while living in the small community of Schitt's Creek. Stream previous seasons for free here on CBC Gem.
Kim's Convenience (Season 4 continues)
New episode on CBC Gem every Tuesday at 8 p.m.
The funny, heartfelt story of the Kim family and their downtown convenience store continues with new weekly episodes in February. In the fourth season, the office romance between Jung and Shannon takes new turns, Appa and Jung try to mend their relationship, and the Kims have their first family dinner in 15 years.
Stream Season 4 for free here on CBC Gem.
All episodes streaming here on on CBC Gem on February 21.
An authentic and edgy comedy series written by Danny Brocklehurst following a group of working-class friends who find unconventional ways to win at life. Watch the trailer here.
The Family Law
Season 2 and 3 premiering on CBC Gem on February 14.
The Family Law gives a vivid glimpse inside the gloriously dysfunctional world of a hilarious and heart-warming Chinese-Australian family through the eyes of 14-year-old Benjamin. Watch Season 1 now for free here on CBC Gem.
Life With Derek (Season 3 & 4)
Streaming on CBC Gem on Friday, February 14.
Here comes the nostalgia! Two more seasons of this 2005 Family Channel series full of step-sibling rivalry will be on CBC Gem this Valentine's Day.
You can also watch Season 1 and 2 for free now, here on CBC Gem.
All episodes premiering on CBC Gem on Friday, February 14
In the dystopian ruins of Earth, a group of teens are chosen to compete in a performing arts competition. When they find a hidden historical Archive (voiced by none other than hip-hop icon, Snoop Dogg), they are forced to question everything they have been taught.
The Canadian behind Drake's biggest hits, Boi-1da is the show's executive music producer. CBC's new original young adult sci-fi drama Utopia Falls will be streaming for free, exclusively on CBC Gem on Friday, February 14.
Fortunate Son (Season 1 continues)
New episode on CBC Gem every Wednesday at 9 p.m.
Starring Stephen Moyer, Kari Matchett, Darren Mann, Fortunate Son is a new CBC original spy drama based on the true story from 1968, at a time of global political and social upheaval.
Watch Season 1 of Fortunate Son here on CBC Gem.
Burden of Truth (Season 3 continues)
New episode on CBC Gem every Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Burden of Truth is back! Season 3 picks up one year later, with Joanna Chang (Kristin Kreuk) and Billy Crawford (Peter Mooney) working together in their new boutique law firm, Crawford-Chang, on a new exciting case. But they're discovering that living and litigating together has its challenges. Stream Season 3 and catch up on previous seasons here on CBC Gem.
Coroner (Season 2 continues)
New episode every Wednesday at 9 p.m.
This edgy crime drama follows Toronto coroner, Jenny, who has a strange connection to the dead. She seeks justice for their cases, all while trying to balance her personal relationships and challenges. Stream previous seasons for free here on CBC Gem.
Season 1 premiering February 7.
A historical fantasy drama set in AD 43 that follows ancient Rome's conquest of the Celts in the British Isles starring David Morrissey (The Walking Dead) and Kelly Reilly (True Detective) from award-winning writer Jez Butterworth (Spectre, Jerusalem).
The Long Song
Coming to CBC Gem on February 7.
An adaptation of the best-selling novel by Andrea Levy, that follows the trials, tribulations and survival of plantation slave July and her mistress Caroline.
The longest-running British soap opera in television history continues Monday to Friday at 7:30 p.m. Watch here on CBC Gem.
New episode every Thursday at 8 p.m. starting February 27.
Fridge Wars pits two top Canadian chefs against one another with a challenge to create extraordinary meals using only the ingredients taken from the ordinary fridges of Canadian families. The new culinary competition series premieres Thursday, February 27 at 8 p.m.
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Family Feud Canada
New episode every Monday at 7:30 p.m.
The only iconic TV game show featuring two families competing to guess the most popular answers to fun survey questions… but Canadian! Watch all episodes here on CBC Gem.
Elvis Goes There
Watch here on CBC Gem starting February 7.
In this four-part documentary series, renowned journalist Elvis Mitchell takes A-list filmmakers and actors to places of inspiration around the world, with unprecedented access, exploring how each location shaped their work and identity. Watch the trailer on CBC Gem:
Secrets of the Royals: Inside the Crown
Premieres February 7.
This landmark series about Queen Elizabeth II is themed across four episodes, providing fresh insight from historians, royal insiders and the wider family. It reveals who the Queen and her family really are, and just how they have navigated the 67-year reign.
Warrior Women with Lupita Nyong'o
Premieres February 14th.
This documentary follows a journey across Benin, West Africa to uncover the 'Agoji' (a forgotten female army) — or as Europeans labeled them, the 'Amazons'.
Premieres February 21.
Gènese follows three teenagers, shaken up by their first loves in the turmoil of their youth. The film received three Canadian Screen Award nominations in 2019: Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay (Lesage) and Best Supporting Actor (Ahmarani)
Art of the Steal
Premieres February 28.
Kurt Russell and Jay Baruchel star in this Canadian thriller/comedy.
I am the Blues
Jimmy Duck Holmes in I am the Blues
Premieres February 2.
Documentary premiering February 7.
Blue Note Records
Premieres February 14
Also coming to CBC Gem in February
Teepee Time: season 1 (Canadian animation)
Elvis Goes There
Love Letters from Everest (CBC Gem Original Short-Doc)
Karena & Kasey's Foreign Flavours: season 2
Moon & Me: season 1
Canada's A Drag: season 3 (CBC arts)
Dima's Game (CBC Gem Original Short-Doc)
Garfield movies: Garfield's Pet Force, Garfield's Fun Fest, and Garfield Gets Real
Paul O'Grady for the Love of Dogs: season 8
Chicken Girls: The Movie
Grace Beside Me
Vacation with Derrek (Canadian film)
Intern in Chief
Portrait of Pockets (CBC Gem Original)
The ABC Murders
CBC Gem offers the full programming slate, from drama to documentaries and sports. Available for free as an app for iOS and Android devices and online at cbcgem.ca, and on television via Apple TV and Google Chromecast.