List of programs broadcast by City

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This is a list of television programs broadcast by City, a Canadian television system owned by Rogers Media.

Current programming[edit]

Original series[edit]

Drama[edit]

Reality/documentary series[edit]

Daytime programming[edit]

News programming[edit]

  • CityNews (September 12, 1977–present)
  • Breakfast Television (September 9, 1989–present, Toronto; 2002–present, Vancouver; 2004–present, Winnipeg; 2005–2015, Calgary; 2005–present, Edmonton; 2005–2015, Montreal; 2012–present)
  • Vice on City (March 11, 2015–present)

Sports programming[edit]

Foreign syndicated series[edit]

Current as of January 2015.[1]

Show Type Network Broadcast run
America's Got Talent Reality NBC June 21, 2006–present
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Comedy Fox September 17, 2013–present
Black-ish Comedy ABC September 24, 2014–present
Bob's Burgers Animation Sitcom Fox September 27, 2015–present
Celebrity Name Game Game show Syndicated September 22, 2014–present
Family Feud Game show Yes TV / Syndicated September 8, 2014–present
Family Guy Animated Sitcom Fox September 27, 2015–present
General Hospital Soap opera ABC September 10, 2012–present
Hell's Kitchen Reality Fox May 30, 2005–present
Let's Make A Deal Game show CBS October 5, 2009–present
The Last Man on Earth Comedy Fox March 1, 2015–present
Maury Talk show Syndicated September 9, 2002–present
Modern Family Sitcom ABC September 23, 2009–present
New Girl Sitcom Fox September 20, 2011–present
Scandal Drama ABC April 5, 2012–present
Speechless Sitcom ABC Premiering September 29, 2017[2]
The Bachelor Reality ABC March 25, 2002–present
The Bachelorette Reality ABC January 8, 2003–present
The Chew Talk show ABC September 26, 2011–present
The Middle Sitcom ABC September 21, 2011–present
The Price Is Right Game show CBS September 4, 1972–present

Former programming[edit]

Original series[edit]

Canadian syndicated series[edit]

American or British syndicated series[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Toronto Fall 2014 - Master Planner Report" (PDF). Rogers Media. Retrieved 5 September 2014. 
  2. ^ "[PR] City 2017/18 Primetime Schedule". Channel Canada. Channel Canada. Retrieved 4 September 2017. 
  3. ^ [1]

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