This September, Royals Month is filled to the brim with royal rapture with all-new documentaries that examine the key players of the modern-day monarchy. Starting with Elizabeth: Wife, Queen, Mother on Friday, Sept. 12, five new documentaries will show a new side of the royals as we’ve never seen them before. They’re fly-on-the-wall insider accounts of life in the modern monarchy with exclusive interviews with the Royal Family and insiders who know them best.
- Elizabeth: Queen, Wife, Mother (Friday, Sept. 12 @ 8/8:30 p.m. NT on CBC-TV – North American premiere) – An intimate account of Queen Elizabeth’s life as told by those closest to her, featuring rare interviews from her family members.
- William & Kate: First Year (Friday, Sept. 19 @ 8/8:30 p.m. NT on CBC-TV – Canadian premiere) – An insider’s account of their young marriage, featuring all the juicy details and gossip from their wedding and life in the limelight.
- William & Kate: In the South Seas Islands (Friday, Sept. 26 @ 8/8:30 p.m. NT on CBC-TV – Canadian premiere) – How will this new generation of royals represent the monarchy and charm the public? This documentary takes a look at their Diamond Jubilee Tour in the South Sea Islands.
- Prince George at One (Monday, Sept. 29 @ 8/8:30 p.m. NT on CBC-TV – North American Premiere) – A look back at the first year of Prince George’s life, and how William and Kate are adapting to their new lives as parents.
- Harry at 30 (Tuesday, Sept. 30 @ 8/8:30 p.m. NT on CBC-TV – North American Premiere) – A retrospective on Prince Harry’s life, and the balancing act he’s played as a wild child, soldier, and member of the Royal Family.