Watch Employable Me

About the Show

Employable Me, an inspiring documentary series, follows various individuals with different physical disabilities and neurological conditions as they seek steady employment. In each of the six, hour-long episodes, two job seekers from either Montreal or the Greater Toronto Area aim to show that their unique conditions shouldn’t make them unemployable.

Despite sending hundreds of applications and attending countless interviews, many of the Employable Me cast members have never been able to secure a job before. Every member of the cast lives with a condition that presents unique challenges as a job seeker, including Tourette Syndrome, Down Syndrome, vision loss, ADHD, or Asperger Syndrome. Seeking steady employment is no easy task, but these inspiring individuals are determined to overcome their challenges, alter employers’ preconceived notions and perceptions, and change their lives.

Employable Me is produced by Thomas Howe Associates Inc. in partnership with Accessible Media Inc. (AMI) and TVO. It is licensed by

Where to Watch

Most basic digital cable packages in Canada include AMI-tv, meaning you likely already have access to our channel.

Channel positions with various cable providers are as follows:

  • Bell Aliant: 65
  • Bell: 48
  • Cogeco Ontario: 555
  • Cogeco Quebec: 66
  • Compton: 888
  • Eastlink: 888
  • MTS: 888
  • Novus: 888
  • Rogers: 888
  • SaskTel: 554
  • Shaw Cable: 888
  • Shaw Direct (Advanced): 888
  • Shaw Direct (Classic): 888
  • Source Cable: 111
  • Tbaytel (IPTV): 1111
  • Telus: 888
  • Videotron: 173
  • Westman: 888

Full episodes will also be available for online viewing one day after they initially air. Online episodes will only be available in Canada. We welcome you to share the link with your family and friends, but do keep in mind episodes will not be available outside the country.


Employable Me is accessible for visually impaired or partially sighted viewers. The show features Integrated Described Video (IDV), an innovative form of description pioneered by AMI that integrates description from cast members and natural sounds at the time of production. This eliminates the need for a secondary audio track.