Looking for something to watch tonight? Here's a rundown of the TV schedule in Canada, along with information on how to watch.
What to Watch
- The Handmaid's Tale (8pm ET, Hulu): The critically acclaimed drama returns for its fourth season.
- The Boys (9pm ET, Amazon Prime Video): The superhero satire returns for its third season.
- Stranger Things (10pm ET, Netflix): The sci-fi horror series returns for its fourth season.
- The Great British Baking Show (9pm ET, CBC): The popular cooking competition returns for its 13th season.
- Canada's Drag Race (10pm ET, Crave): The homegrown drag competition returns for its third season.
How to Watch
You can watch most of these shows live on their respective networks or streaming services. However, some shows may be available for on-demand viewing after they air.
Here are some of the ways you can watch the shows listed above:
- Hulu: Hulu is a streaming service that offers a 7-day free trial. After the trial, you can subscribe for $6.99/month.
- Amazon Prime Video: Amazon Prime Video is a streaming service that is included with an Amazon Prime membership. You can sign up for a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime.
- Netflix: Netflix is a streaming service that offers a 1-month free trial. After the trial, you can subscribe for $9.99/month.
- CBC: CBC is a Canadian television network that you can watch live with an antenna or a cable or satellite subscription.
- Crave: Crave is a Canadian streaming service that offers a 7-day free trial. After the trial, you can subscribe for $9.99/month.
If you don't have access to any of the streaming services or networks listed above, you can also watch some of these shows for free on YouTube or other websites. However, be aware that these websites may have ads or lower-quality video.
No matter how you choose to watch, there's sure to be something on TV tonight that you'll enjoy.