Exciting Announcements in Citytv Programming

Posted June 10, 2024 9:34 am. Last Updated June 10, 2024 9:43 am.

Canadian music sensation Shania Twain and comedian Katherine Ryan are set to join the judging panel for Season 4 of Canada’s Got Talent, as confirmed by Rogers Sports & Media. Twain expressed her enthusiasm for discovering the incredible talent that Canada has to offer, highlighting the nation’s reputation for producing highly skilled individuals. Auditions for the upcoming season are now open on, with production scheduled to commence this fall and the premiere slated for spring 2025.

In addition to this exciting addition to the talent show, Citytv announced a range of new programming that will bring more original content to viewers. Hayden Mindell, the senior vice president of television at Rogers Sports & Media, expressed his excitement for expanding the network’s offerings with captivating stories and familiar Canadian stars. The one-hour crime drama Law & Order Toronto: Criminal Intent has been renewed for two seasons, with filming set to begin in July and the new season expected to air in early 2025. The show, produced in collaboration with Lark Productions and Cameron Pictures Inc., has quickly gained popularity in Canada since its debut.

CityNews 24/7, a reliable news platform, will be expanding its coverage to the Alberta region starting in July, providing breaking news, live events, exclusive interviews, and in-depth coverage to audiences in the area. Moreover, a new lifestyle show hosted by Cheryl Hickey and Tracy Moore will debut on Breakfast Television this fall, offering viewers a fresh perspective on lifestyle topics. The popular show Cityline will be re-imagined into a live one-hour segment on Breakfast Television, which will now run for five hours, including a new national hour from 10-11 a.m.

Additionally, viewers can look forward to the return of the beloved series Hudson and Rex for a seventh season, with production set to kick off in June. Furthermore, OMNI Television’s satirical sketch comedy series ABROAD has been renewed for a fourth season, promising more laughs and entertainment for its dedicated audience.

Rogers Sports & Media, the parent company of Citytv, continues to innovate and provide engaging content for viewers across Canada.