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24CH now available via Club 1909

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens


MONTREAL – 24CH, the groundbreaking documentary series chronicling the on- and off-ice evolution of the 2014-15 Montreal Canadiens season, is now available online for the first time to all members of Club 1909.

Outside of Canada, members of Club 1909, the Canadiens’ loyalty program, will have full and unlimited access to 24CH.

In Canada, fans will have access to all 24CH episodes on following a six-week waiting period after the initial broadcast of an episode. Episodes 1 through 5 will be available as of Saturday, December 20, for Club 1909 members living in Canada.

“We answered the call from our global fans,” said Kevin Gilmore, the Canadiens’ Chief Operating Officer. “They’ve been asking for more access to 24CH from all corners of the world. This is another example of our commitment to connecting and engaging with our fans wherever they are. We worked with our partners to make this happen for our fans. We are truly happy to make 24CH available for all."

Club 1909 members watching 24CH broadcasts on Canal D, RDS, RDS2 and CTV Montreal will also benefit from a Club 1909 broadcast code that will appear during each 24CH episode, allowing them to earn points for watching 24CH episodes by entering the code into the Code Entry section of the Club 1909 portal.

For fans in Canada, the program will be available as per current scheduling. 24CH Premiere, including extra footage, will continue to be available every Friday night on the Bell TV app. 24CH The Quiz will be available on demand on Bell Local (channel 1217) for Fibe TV customers, with a new episode every Saturday. Comprehensive broadcast information is available on

Club 1909 is the Canadiens membership program launched this season aimed at uniting faithful fans around the world. Digital memberships are free and can be obtained at

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