Canada’s first Black Caribbean family-based reality show returns for its second season, premiering Saturday, Feb. 11 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CTV. Encore presentations to air Sundays at 2 p.m. ET/PT on CTV2, beginning Feb. 12, with episodes also available on CTV.ca and the CTV app.
“We’re so excited to be back on CTV after another successful run on Bell Fibe TV1 – and during Black History Month too, which gives us an opportunity to show a positive representation of family during this significant time for our community,” exclaimed Jillian Danford, aka Auntie Jillian. “Even through challenging times like the pandemic, our show is a great reminder that family is so important and we should cherish the time we have together.”
When cultures collide, hilarity often ensues and for The Danford family, the fun-loving and laugh-out-loud moments are endless. In Season 2, AUNTIE JILLIAN keeps viewers wondering what hysterical shenanigans this family will encounter next with focus on the themes of family – including those who have passed on – baseball training with former pro-ball player, Nigel
Wilson, the COVID-19 pandemic, tarot card readings, and more! Jillian Danford (“Auntie Jillian”), her husband Warren, and adult children Myles and Milan are bound to bring some laughter and scenarios that many Canadian families can find relatable.
Jillian Danford is a YouTube, television and social media personality who gained popularity on YouTube as Auntie Jillian with more than 100,000 subscribers and over 15 million views. This well-loved Trinidadian-Canadian personality along with her husband Warren and their adult children Myles and Milan have captured the hearts of millions both online and on TV, with Season One on Bell Media platforms pulling more than 2 million viewers in 2019.