The BEST YTV (CA) shows of all time

Every YTV (CA) show, ranked

We've compiled the average episode rating for every YTV (CA) show to compile this list of best shows!

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9.82
235 votes

#1 - Ride

Ride is a live action series that follows the adventures of Katherine “Kit” Bridges when she and her dad, Rudy, move to England for his new job at Covington Academy, an elite equestrian boarding school. Life at a new school is never easy – particularly when you are afraid to ride – but Kit will be able to handle any challenge she faces thanks to her new friend, TK, who just so happens to be the most stubborn and difficult horse at the Academy.

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8.71
722 votes

#2 - ReBoot

Welcome to the city of Mainframe, a computer system inhabited by binomes and sprites who go about their business, trying to keep everything running smoothly. Unfortunately, they live under the constant threat of the user, whose games wreak havoc if left unchecked, and the viruses Hexadecimal and Megabyte, who seek to gain the power of the system's core so they can spread themselves throughout the Net. That's where the Guardian, Bob, comes in. Armed with the versatile key-tool "Glitch" he tries his best to keep citizens safe, upholding his mandate to mend and defend. ReBoot!

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8.49
134 votes

#3 - Ruby Gloom

In a Victorian mansion on the outskirts of Gloomsville lives Ruby Gloom and her off-beat circle of friends. Some kids might be afraid of the dark, the eccentric neighbours and the unknown things that dwell in the closet. But Ruby is different – she befriends these strange and sometimes scary creatures. In fact Ruby finds them all delightful. She pays no attention to their unusual appearances, perceptive only to their hearts and souls. Ruby is the happiest girl in the world, always trying to be cheerful in the face of gloom! Ruby’s perfect day is a gloomy one, full of creativity and adventure with her offbeat circle of friends. Ruby Gloom is an ironic comedy with an emphasis on the importance of friendship.

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8.45
60 votes

#4 - Watership Down

The adventures of a warren of rabbits as they struggle to develop their new home & protect it from the various threats they face.

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8.24
80 votes

#5 - Rupert

Rupert is an animated television series based on the Mary Tourtel character Rupert Bear, produced by Nelvana, Ellipse Programmé and TVS for the first season, with Scottish Television (now STV Central) taken over control when TVS closed. Aired from 1991 to 1997 with 65 half-hour episodes produced. It was broadcast in syndication on YTV in Canada. In the United States, the show first aired on Nickelodeon before moving to CBS; repeats of the series came to Disney Channel on the Playhouse Disney block, Toon Disney, and on Qubo's digital service in January 2007, until May 2013. The show was broadcast in the UK on CITV and has recently been re-airing on the satellite and cable channels Tiny Pop and KidsCo. In Australia, the show was broadcast on the ABC public broadcasting network and on TV2 in New Zealand as part of the Jason Gunn Show.

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7.93
472 votes

#6 - Kid vs Kat

When ten-year-old Coop Burtonburger's spoiled little sister Millie brings home a mysterious stray cat, Coop's idyllic life is turned upside down. Coop soon discovers that Kat is more than just a scrawny, purple, hairless pet; he is also a super-smart, conniving mastermind, and Kat's also an alien with a fanatical hate for Coop himself. Kat instantly declares war on Coop—to the death; the two fight constantly as Coop tries to stop Kat and tell the world about his possible plans, only to find Kat destroying the evidence, and putting the blame on Coop every time.

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7.76
257 votes

#7 - Beast Machines: Transformers

Beast Machines: Transformers is a continuation of Beast Wars: Transformers. Fugitives on their own world, the Maximals have to retake Cybertron from Megatron and his army of drones, while adjusting to their new technorganic bodies. The new series opens as Optimus, Cheetor, Black Arachnia and Rattrap discover themselves suddenly back on the Transformer homeworld of Cybertron - with no memory of how they got there. Instead of a hero's welcome for winning the Beast Wars, our heroes are hunted by a mysterious new breed of Transformers - the Vehicons. These vicious machines enforce the will of Megatron, who has returned with a vengeance. Megatron has wrestled possesion of Cybertron, leaving Optimus and his team constantly under fire and on the run.

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7.74
1290 votes

#8 - Goosebumps

This Canadian children series based on the popular series of books by RL Stine adapts some of the best tales in the spinechilling series to the screen.

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7.65
92 votes

#9 - Mr. Young

Adam Young is not your ordinary teenager. A whiz kid-turned-teen genius, Adam hit the books hard enough to get into university at age 9. Now a university graduate at the tender age of 14, he's headed back to high school as Mr. Young, the science teacher! But no amount of studying could prepare him… More for the challenges of balancing his job with his personal life, especially when he's teaching both his best friend AND his crush. With one foot in the classroom and one foot in the staff room, it's Adam's social life that's being put to the test.

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7.58
106 votes

#10 - League of Super Evil

Get ready to root for the bad guys, here comes THE LEAGUE OF SUPER EVIL! Armed with a whole new approach to badness, these four Super Villains have set their sights on nothing less than total neighbourhood domination! L.O.S.E. is helmed by the diminutive GREAT VOLTAR, whose grandiose plans are generally miniscule and child-like—and give new meaning to the term lowered expectations! Then there’s gadgeteer DOKTOR FROGG, whose evil genius is diminished only by his incredibly bad luck. Bringing the muscle is former Siberian farm-boy REGINALD “RED” MENACE, an all-around gee whiz swell guy, who only unleashes his anvil-sized Fists of Judgement on those who really got it comin'. And we can’t forget the completely unpredictable DOOMAGEDDON, a pan-dimensional hell-hound who gives new meaning to the words "bad dog." Between battling obnoxious traffic cops, flogging watered-down lemonade, or scheming to be first in line for the new iDestruct, L.O.S.E. struggles ever-onward toward its

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7.19
58 votes

#11 - Mona the Vampire

Mona the Vampire is a Canadian/French animated television series based on the series Robyn le Vampire, directed by Louis Piché and Jean Caillon, originally based on the short stories created and written Sonia Holleyman and later written by Hiawyn Oram. The series follows the extraordinary adventures of 10-year-old Mona Parker (a.k.a. Mona the Vampire) and her friends as they battle a new foe of the supernatural in every episode.

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6.84
151 votes

#12 - ReBoot: The Guardian Code

ReBoot: the Guardian Code is an adventure series about four teens (Austin, Parker, Trey, and Tamra) who discover that they're next-gen Guardians with a mission to save the world, by defending it in cyberspace. The Internet revolutionized the world, but it also left it vulnerable to attack. With the help of VERA, the last surviving cyberbeing from the original Guardian Program, our heroes stream into cyberspace where they use their awesome code-based powers to battle viruses that have been unleashed by a ruthless hacker. Known only as the Sourcerer, he seeks to rule the world by controlling cyberspace.

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6.65
84 votes

#13 - Big Wolf on Campus

Big Wolf on Campus is about star football player, Tommy Dawkins, who was bitten by a werewolf and has transformed into one. He has problems with fleas and during certain events, he can change into a werewolf immediately without any control. Not only that, he has to battle vampires, cat women, ghosts, and zombies. On his side to help, are his best friends, Merton J. Dingle and Lori Baxter. All this can happen and more in his hometown, Pleasantville. THOMAS P. DAWKINS Tommy was just a regular all-star football player in High School, trying to pursue his football career, but his life changed when he is bitten by a werewolf, and becomes a werewolf himself. Unlike others, Tommy is a good-natured werewolf who protects the citizens of Pleasantville. With his good friend Merton and Lori, he battles all kinds of creatures, monsters, and aliens roaming around the town. Tommy transforms when hurt or when he gets emotional, including guilt. And you can't forget the occasional full moon.

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5.63
59 votes

#14 - The Big Comfy Couch

The Big Comfy Couch is a Canadian children's television series about Loonette the Clown and her doll Molly, who solve everyday problems on their "Big Comfy Couch".

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5.32
109 votes

#15 - Life with Boys

15-year-old Tess Foster navigates her way through the turmoil of teen life while living at home with her single, overprotective dad and three brothers. Although Tess admires the four important men in her life, they do have four totally different perspectives. Despite the shortcomings of being the only girl in a male household, the boys can sometimes offer solid advice. Whether it's building up the courage to talk to a boy, dealing with an obnoxious one, or coping with the repercussions of being the only girl on the boys' wrestling team.

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