Canada finally gets real television shows in iTunes.

From the “This might be old news, but it’s new to me”department–it looks like the Canadian iTunes store might have finally given us lowly Canadians access to real television shows. You know the kind I’m talking about, the big networks and not the crappy Canadian content. But, it’s not like it really matters much. A season pass to the Office is $69.99 and an episode is $3.49. I’m pretty sure they’re deluding themselves. Canadians aren’t stupid, and in a country where copyrights are still a little blurry, I’m sure most people will download the shows.

For those not wanting to do the math, that’s $64.99 USD for a seasons pass, and $3.64 USD for an individual episode. Looks like Canadians are once again getting a double “Apple Tax”. My guess is the additional money is going to paying off the Globals and Rogers around Canada. Lame.

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