New on CBC Gem in December 2022

Scarborough's own Eric Bauza (Looney Tunes) hosts a new docuseries about the impact of cartoons

Stay Tooned Eric Bauza Tara Strong

CBC has unveiled the full list of movies and shows coming to its Gem streaming service in December 2022.

Highlights include a variety of programming in honour of this month’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities and Stay Tooned, a new docuseries about the impact of cartoons featuring prolific Scarborough voice actor Eric Bauza (Looney Tunes).

See below for the full list:

December 1st

  • Augmented
  • Double Tap TV (Season 3)
  • Ellie Simmons: A World Without Dwarfism
  • Four Senses (Season 4)
  • Hawking: Can You Hear Me?
  • Nadiya’s Everyday Baking
  • Ralph & Katie

December 2nd

  • My Old School
  • Question Team
  • Sisi
  • Stay Tooned

December 3rd

  • Latecomers

December 4th

  • W1A (Season 1)

December 5th

  • Avoidance

December 7th

  • Friday Night Dinner (Season 3)

December 8th

  • The History of Comedy (Season 2)

December 9th

  • Kid Sister

December 12th

  • The Christmas Checklist
  • Christmas Reservations
  • A Very Nutty Christmas
  • W1A (Season 2)

December 13th

  • Escape to the Country (Season 27b)

December 14th

  • Friday Night Dinner (Season 4)

December 16th

  • The Fall of the American Empire

December 18th

  • My Salinger Year

December 19th

  • W1A (Season 3)

December 22nd

  • Call the Midwife (Season 11)

December 27th

  • Jamie and Jimmy’s Festive Feast

December 28th

  • The Great British Baking Show (Season 12 New Year Special)

Additionally, the CBC teased that Death and NightingalesBump (Season 3) and The U.S. & the Holocaust are coming to CBC Gem in January.

CBC Gem is free with ads or $4.99/month for ad-free streaming.

Image credit: Eric Bauza

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