Message from the President and CEO

AMI President and CEO David Errington

Cool autumn nights may be coming, but things are heating up on AMI-tv.

We’re excited to unveil a fall programming schedule with new and returning AMI original programming, longtime favourites and several series available for the first time ever in described video.

Among the AMI originals are a new season of the award-winning Employable Me, the debut of the dating program There’s Something You Should Know and new episodes of Eyes for the Job, which moves to a new night. AMI This Week, Our Community and original documentaries celebrate accessibility and inclusion across this country, and Craig Oliver will be back with Challenges and Change.

Live from Studio 5 moves to a new platform later this fall; let Mike Ross and Joeita Gupta get your morning off on the right foot as part of AMI-tv’s mornings from Monday to Friday.

Fan favourites returning to AMI-tv include Matlock, Murdoch Mysteries, Heartland, Law & Order: SVU and Suits.  

New additions include Kim’s Convenience, which will be broadcast back-to-back with Schitt’s Creek on Fridays. Then we welcome two Golden Globe and Primetime Emmy-winning series available in described video for the first time ever. Breaking Bad and The Shield air as part of “Crimetime Fridays” along with American Greed. Other newly-acquired dramas include the Rescue Me, the private investigation drama Hack and the Tom Selleck drama Blue Bloods. You can get all of the details here.

As always, I encourage you to continue to support AMI by watching your favourite programs on our broadcast channels, on our website or by downloading the AMI App. 

Thanks for stopping by. If you have any questions or comments regarding AMI programming or initiatives, please email We’d love to hear from you.


David Errington, President and CEO