As of 2015, Canadian television network City airs "Mike & Molly," "Mom" and "Modern Family," three of the ten most-watched comedies in Canada in 2014. City also airs "Scorpion," one of the most-watched new shows in Canada in 2014.
City's other popular programming includes "Hell's Kitchen," which was among the ten most-watched competition reality shows in Canada in 2014. City also airs original programming such as "Storage Wars Canada" and "Young Drunk Punk." In 2015, City partnered with Netflix and Shomi, a Canadian video-on-demand service, for its original series "Between."
In addition to its prime-time programs, City airs several other types of programming, including a morning show, "Breakfast Television"; a soap opera, "General Hospital"; and game shows such as "Let's Make a Deal" and "The Price is Right." Since the 2014-15 season of the National Hockey League, City has also had exclusive broadcasting rights to NHL games.
City owns and operates six broadcast stations in Canada in addition to a cable station in Saskatchewan and independently owned affiliate stations in other markets. City takes its name from the callsign of CITY-TV, today one of City's stations in Toronto. City's Toronto station continues to air "CityNews," its longtime local news broadcast. City TV is a part of Rogers Communications, a Canadian communications and media company.