What Are Some Popular Shows on the Canadian Television Network City?

What Are Some Popular Shows on the Canadian Television Network City?

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.