CBC has long been challenged with profitably supporting original Canadian content. A controversial new program will allow them to do it.
The recent Trudeau government announcement of plans to jump start the economy includes porn production, was a surprise, but the CBC was quick to accept it. The porn industry is worth billions worldwide and Canadian has played a small role – until now.
It seems there were many scripts and ideas developed for Canadian porn (See Below), there was just little support to develop it. With the government support product began almost immediately and the CBC Execs we quick to buy the rights. They realized they could promote the adult shows on late night TV and drive views to their website where they could cash in on the internet porn mother-lode.
Canadian Porn coming soon
New programming will be available to go to air in early 2017. There are fresh new ideas as well as new takes on old Canadian favorites.
Canadians love to watch men in short pants, stockings and garter belts
View shows include: The Topless PM, Trans Canada, Large Double Double, Roll up the Rim and the hockey themed Shoot for the 5 hole.
Canadians will be familiar with updates on old favorites including: – This Howard has 22”, Slitts Creek, Kenny on Spenny, North of 60 (Mature), The Littlest Ho. The first handyman / cooking / sex show – Whack with Yan, and of course Mr Dress Up.
The outdoor adventure sex show Sex in a Canoe was rejected because of its close ties to American Beer (It’s f*%king Near Water!)
Initially French programing was not included in the government program so CBC will utilize Bleu Nuit classics like the Russian inspired Raspoutine, Le Gala Juste pour rire.
No Quebec productions were included in the Government grant program so CBC will air French classics previously aired on Blue Nuit.
This seems like a big move for the CBC, but executives say: “Canadians are ready for porn on TV”. “Hockey night In Canada has helped make porn acceptable to Canadians”. They stated “Over the years Canada has grown accustomed to spending their Saturday nights watching men short pants, stockings and garter belts, holding their sticks, and checking each other in the corners”. This has pushed Canadians to hold more liberal views towards sex.