List of programs broadcast by City

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This is a list of television programs currently, formerly and soon to be broadcast by City, a Canadian television system owned by Rogers Media.

Primetime schedule[edit]

Fall 2014[edit]

All times are in Eastern and Pacific. For Central Time, subtract one hour and for Mountain time, shows that come on at 10 p.m. Eastern come on at 8 p.m. and the next shows get bumped an hour.[1][2]

Canadian content shows are highlighted in red.

  7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m.
Sunday NHL hockey Revenge
Monday Modern Family (reruns) Modern Family (reruns) 2 Broke Girls Mom Scorpion 2 Broke Girls (reruns) Two and a Half Men (reruns)
Tuesday Utopia New Girl The Mindy Project
Wednesday Hell's Kitchen Modern Family Black-ish
Thursday The Bachelor Canada Scandal
Friday Package Deal The Middle Utopia
Saturday Hockey Night in Canada TBD

Current programming[edit]

Original Series[edit]

Comedy series[edit]

Reality/documentary series[edit]

Daytime programming[edit]

News programming[edit]

  • CityNews (September 12, 1977–present, CITY-DT/Toronto only)
  • Breakfast Television (September 6, 1989–present, Toronto; 2002–present, Vancouver; 2004–present, Winnipeg, Calgary and Edmonton)

Foreign[edit]

Current as of August 2014.[3]

Show Type Network Broadcast run
2 Broke Girls Sitcom CBS September 19, 2011–present
America's Got Talent Reality NBC June 21, 2006–present
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Comedy Fox September 17, 2013 – present
Celebrity Name Game Game show Syndicated September 22, 2014–present
Family Feud Game show Yes TV / Syndicated September 8, 2014–present
General Hospital Soap opera ABC 2012 – present
Glee Dramedy Fox February 25, 2014 – present
Glenn Martin, DDS Comedy Nick at Nite October 3, 2009–present
Hell's Kitchen Reality Fox May 30, 2005 – present
Let's Make A Deal Game show CBS October 5, 2009–present
Maury Talk show Syndicated  ????
Modern Family Sitcom ABC September 23, 2009–present
New Girl Sitcom Fox September 20, 2011–present
NFL on Television Sports, Live American Football City TV  ????
Parks and Recreation Sitcom NBC April 9, 2009–present
Revenge Drama ABC September 21, 2011 – present
Scandal Drama ABC April 5, 2012 – present
The Bachelor Reality ABC March 25, 2002–present
The Bachelorette Reality ABC January 8, 2003–present
The Carrie Diaries Dramedy The CW January 14, 2013 – present
The Chew Talk show ABC September 26, 2011–present
The Middle Sitcom ABC September 30, 2009–present
The Price Is Right Game show CBS September 4, 1972–present

Future Programming[edit]

Original Series[edit]

Science Fiction Drama[edit]

Former programming[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]