Degrassi HighDegrassi: The Next Generation
Degrassi: The Next Generation produced a whopping 385 episodes (between 2001 and 2015).
Meanwhile, Degrassi High only produced 28 episodes (between 1989 and 1991).
GoosebumpsAre You Afraid Of The Dark?
Are You Afraid Of The Dark? made 91 episodes (between 1990 and 2000).
Meanwhile, Goosebumps made 68 episodes (between 1995 and 1998).
The Littlest HoboThe Elephant Show
The Littlest Hobo produced 114 episodes (between 1979 and 1985).
The Elephant Show produced 65 episodes (between 1984 and 1989).
Breaker HighReady Or Not
Ready Or Not put out 65 episodes (between 1993 and 1997).
Breaker High produced 44 episodes (between 1997 and 1998).
Kids In The HallCorner Gas
Corner Gas produced 107 episodes (between 2004 and 2009).
Kids In The Hall produced 102 episodes (between 1988 and 1994).
Nanalan'The Big Comfy Couch
The Big Comfy Couch produced 100 episodes (between 1992 and 2006).
Nanalan' produced 53 episodes (between 1999 and 2004).
Project Runway CanadaCanada's Next Top Model
Canada's Next Top Model produced 24 episodes (between 2006 and 2009).
Project Runway Canada produced 23 episodes (between 2007 and 2009).
Angela AnacondaYvon Of The Yukon
Angela Anaconda produced 65 episodes (between 1999 and 2002).
Yvon Of The Yukon produced 52 episodes (between 1999 and 2005).
Radio Free RoscoeReBoot
Radio Free Roscoe produced 52 episodes (between 2003 and 2005).
ReBoot produced 48 episodes (between 1994 and 2001).
HeartlandRoad to Avonlea
Heartland has produced 157 episodes so far (between 2007 and 2016) and will return in the fall of 2016 for yet another season.
Road to Avonlea produced 91 episodes (between 1990 and 1996).
Do You Know Which Canadian TV Show Lasted Longer?
You are definitely not an expert when it comes to knowing which Canadian TV shows produced more episodes. But... That's a pretty niche market, to be sure, so don't feel bad. Go pick up a bottle of rye and drink away your sorrows.
You have a pretty good memory of Canadian television, but it isn't as though you've memorized all their Wikipedia pages or anything. Still, you do love those Kids In The Hall reruns.
Wow, you know a ridiculous amount about Canadian television. You probably race home each week to watch Heartland and can recite the Littlest Hobo theme song lyrics by heart. Good for you! But remember to go outside very once in a while, eh?