Canada's Hottest Programs Return to CTV March 1
As Regular Prime-Time Lineup Resumes
- Full week of all-new episodes fills prime-time schedule -
- Premiere of HICCUPS and DAN FOR MAYOR leads refreshed scheduled
out of the gate -
- Work week capped-off with world premiere broadcast of police drama
THE BRIDGE -
- Blockbuster week wraps up with 82nd ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS -
- ETALK and CTV NATIONAL NEWS return with coverage of
THE JUNO AWARDS nominations and Budget highlights -
TORONTO, Feb. 26 /CNW/ - As the 2010 Winter Games come to a close on Sunday, CTV turns up the heat for March with the return of its regular hit programming and the much-anticipated premieres of three all-new Canadian series. Leading the charge right out of the gate starting at 8 p.m. ET on Monday are HICCUPS and DAN FOR MAYOR, adding even more laughs to a comedy programming block also featuring all-new episodes of TWO AND A HALF MEN and THE BIG BANG THEORY. Other favourites returning to CTV with all-new episodes are AMERICAN IDOL, LOST, CSI and GREY'S ANATOMY, before the feature-length world premiere of THE BRIDGE on Friday, March 5 and the 82nd ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS on Sunday, March 7.
Meanwhile, the week also marks the return of CTV NEWS WITH LLOYD ROBERTSON, airing weeknights at 11 p.m. ET, including special coverage of Budget 2010 on Thursday, March 4. Additionally, Canada's most-watched entertainment newsmagazine ETALK returns weeknights at 7 p.m. ET, including exclusive coverage of THE 2010 JUNO AWARDS nominations announcements on Wednesday, March 3.
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