Home of the Hits: CTV and "A" Fall 2008 Night by Night Schedules and Program Descriptions

    TORONTO, June 2 /CNW/ - This document comprises three addendums to
today's CTV release, "Double Vision: Fall 2008 Schedules Announced for CTV and

    1.  Addendum (a) - CTV Fall 2008 Schedule
    2.  Addendum (b) - "A" Fall 2008 Schedule
    3.  Addendum (c) - Program Descriptions for both networks

    All times ET. New programs are IN ALL CAPS. (S) = Simulcast

    7 p.m.       STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS
    7:30 p.m.    Degrassi: The Next Generation
    8 p.m.       The Amazing Race (S)
    9 p.m.       Desperate Housewives (S)
    10 p.m.      THE LISTENER

    7 p.m.       eTalk
    7:30 p.m.    Access Hollywood (New to CTV) (S)
    8 p.m.       Dancing With the Stars (S)
    9:30 p.m.    Corner Gas
    10 p.m.      CSI: Miami (S)

    7 p.m.       eTalk
    7:30 p.m.    Access Hollywood (New to CTV) (S)
    8 p.m.       Without a Trace
    9 p.m.       Dancing With the Stars (S)
    10 p.m.      Law and Order: SVU (S)

    7 p.m.       eTalk
    7:30 p.m.    Access Hollywood (New to CTV) (S)
    8 p.m.       SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA (Performance)
    9 p.m.       Criminal Minds (S)
    10 p.m.      CSI: NY (S)

    7 p.m.       eTalk
    7:30 p.m.    SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA (Results)
    8 p.m.       CSI
    9 p.m.       Grey's Anatomy (S)
    10 p.m.      ER (S) / Lost (S)

    7 p.m.       eTalk
    7:30 p.m.    Access Hollywood (New to CTV) (S)
    8 p.m.       Ghost Whisperer (S)
    9 p.m.       Supernanny (New to CTV) (S)
    10 p.m.      FLASHPOINT (S) / Law & Order: Criminal Intent

    7 p.m.       W-FIVE
    8 p.m.       Crimetime Saturday (S)
    9 p.m.       Crimetime Saturday (S)
    10 p.m.      Law & Order: SVU (S)


    All times ET. New programs LOOK LIKE THIS. (S) = Simulcast

    7 p.m.       America's Funniest Home Videos (S)
    8 p.m.       Gossip Girl (Season 2, New to "A")
    9 p.m.       Cold Case (New to "A") (S)
    10 p.m.      Mad Men (Season 2, New to "A")

    7 p.m.       Robson Arms (New to "A")
    7:30 p.m.    TMZ (New to "A")
    8 p.m.       Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (New to "A") (S)
    9 p.m.       Two and a Half Men (S)
    9:30 p.m.    Samantha Who? (S)
    10 p.m.      THE MENTALIST

    7 p.m.       Robson Arms
    7:30 p.m.    TMZ
    8 p.m.       Pushing Daisies (New to "A")
    9 p.m.       FRINGE (S)
    10 p.m.      Eli Stone (New to "A") (S)

    7 p.m.       Robson Arms
    7:30 p.m.    TMZ
    8 p.m.       America's Next Top Model (S) / Canada's Next Top Model
    9 p.m.       Private Practice (New to "A") (S)
    10 p.m.      Dirty Sexy Money (New to "A") (S)

    7 p.m.       Robson Arms
    7:30 p.m.    TMZ (S)
    8 p.m.       Moment of Truth (New to "A") (S)
    9 p.m.       America's Next Top Model
    10 p.m.      ELEVENTH HOUR (S)

    7 p.m.       Robson Arms
    7:30 p.m.    TMZ
    8 p.m.       Wife Swap (S)
    9 p.m.       Don't Forget the Lyrics (S)
    10 p.m.      Stargate SG-1

    7 p.m.       Road to Avonlea (New to "A")
    8 p.m.       The Big Picture ("A" Movies)
    10 p.m.      Comedy Now! (New to "A")
    10:30 p.m.   Comedy Inc. (New to "A")


    Flashpoint (CTV)
    Starring Enrico Colantoni (Veronica Mars), Hugh Dillon (Durham County),
Amy Jo Johnson (Felicity) and David Paetkau (Whistler), Flashpoint is an
emotional journey into the tough, risk-filled lives of a group of cops in the
Strategic Response Unit (inspired by Toronto's Emergency Task Force). They're
unique cops that can do what ordinary police officers can't: rescue hostages,
bust gangs, defuse bombs, climb the sides of buildings and talk down suicidal
teens. Members of a highly-skilled tactical team, they're also trained in
negotiating, profiling and getting inside the suspect's head at the very
emotional breaking point (the "flashpoint") that triggered the crisis. They'll
do whatever it takes to diffuse the situation to try to save lives - all in a
day's work.

    Cast: Enrico Colantoni as Sgt. Gregory Parker; Hugh Dillon as Ed Lane;
Amy Jo Johnson as Julianne "Jules" Callaghan; David Paetkau as Sam Braddock;
Gabriel Hogan (Rent-A-Goalie, Robson Arms) as Roland Cray; Ona Grauer
(Intelligence) as Kate Travers.
    Credits: EP: Bill Mustos (Degrassi: TNG, Robson Arms), EP: Anne Marie La
Traverse (Luna: Spirit of the Whale).
    Production Company: Pink Sky Entertainment and Avamar Entertainment in
association with CTV and CBS Paramount Network Television.

    The Listener (CTV)
    Toby Logan (Craig Olejnik, In God's Country) is The Listener. He's a
charismatic twenty-something paramedic, a lone wolf whose external cool masks
a difficult past and stunning secret: he's a telepath. Toby can tune in on the
current thoughts of those around him. He has lived with this ability -
sometimes a gift, sometimes a curse - for his whole life. He keeps it a
closely-guarded secret, knowing full well that if it were to become public
knowledge, he would become a scientific oddity. Then one night, while off-duty
and out on the town, Toby overhears a thought that changes everything: someone
is in desperate need of help and only he can provide it. Nothing will ever be
the same for Toby again. Toby finds that his gift is no longer a curse, but
something he can offer to others - people in need.

    Cast: Craig Olejnik as Toby Logan; Ennis Esmer (Billable Hours) as Osman
Bey; Lisa Marcos (Kevin Hill) as "Charlie" Marks; and Mylene Dinh-Robic
(Smallville, Battlestar Galactica) as Olivia Fawcett
    Credits: EP: Christina Jennings (In God's Country); EP: Scott Garvie (In
God's Country); EP: Russ Cochrane (Whistler); EP: Michael Amo (Tagged: The
Jonathan Wamback Story)
    Production Company: Shaftesbury Films, in association with CTV and NBC

    So You Think You Can Dance Canada (CTV)
    So You Think You Can Dance Canada is based on the Emmy Award-winning
smash hit series created by Simon Fuller and Nigel Lythgoe that premiered in
2005. Canada joins the United States, Australia, Norway, Denmark, Greece,
Poland, Turkey, Germany, Malaysia, New Zealand, South Africa and Israel as
markets with an original So You Think You Can Dance production. So You Think
You Can Dance Canada will showcase dancers as they compete to impress an
expert panel of judges during a cross-country audition process. Selected
competitors will be invited to call-backs where they will work with some of
Canada's top choreographers. The panel will then choose the Top 20 dancers to
move on in the competition. Then, it's up to Canada to decide who stays and
who goes as the public votes for their favourites following weekly performance
episodes in which the competitors are assigned different partners and dance
styles to perform, from hip-hop, krump and pop-and-lock to salsa, quickstep,
ballroom, and jive. In the end, only one dancer goes home with the $100,000
grand prize.

    Cast: Leah Miller (MuchonDemand) is host; permanent judges are Tré
Armstrong and Jean Marc Genereux; alternating third judges are Luther Brown
and Blake McGrath; special guest judges are Rex Harrington, Dan Karaty, Mary
Murphy. Paul Becker, Sean Cheesman, Melissa Williams all serve as
choreographers who also appear as judges.
    Credits: Creator: Simon Fuller (American Idol), Creator: Nigel Lythgoe
(American Idol), EP/Showrunner: Sandra Faire (Rita MacNeil's Celtic
Celebration, Anne Murray's Family Christmas, The Rankin Family Reunion, Comedy
Now!, Comedy Inc. and Vice-Chair of the National Ballet of Canada); EP: Trisa
Dayot (Rita MacNeil's Celtic Celebration, Anne Murray's Family Christmas, The
Rankin Family Reunion, Comedy Now!, Comedy Inc.); Senior Producers: Bronwyn
Warren and Millan Curry-Sharples (Rita MacNeil's Celtic Celebration, The
Rankin Family Reunion, Comedy Now!, Comedy Inc.); Producer: Janet Lavack (The
Rankin Family Reunion, Comedy Now!, Comedy Inc.)
    Production Company: Danse TV Productions in association with CTV

    Fringe ("A")
    From J.J. Abrams (Lost), Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, the team that
brought you Star Trek, Mission Impossible: III and Alias, comes a new drama
that will thrill, terrify and explore the blurring line between science
fiction and reality. When an international flight lands at Boston's Logan
Airport and the passengers and crew have all died grisly deaths, FBI Special
Agent Olivia Dunham (Anna Torv, The Secret Life of Us) is called in to
investigate. When the search nearly kills her partner, Special Agent John
Scott (Mark Valley, Boston Legal), a desperate Olivia searches frantically for
someone to help, leading her to Dr. Walter Bishop (John Noble, Home and Away),
the Einstein of the 21st century. There's only one catch: he's been
institutionalized for the last 20 years, and the only way to question him
requires pulling his estranged son, Peter (Joshua Jackson, Dawson's Creek), in
to help. Under Special Agent Phillip Broyles (Lance Reddick, Lost), the trio
work to discover the shocking truth behind "fringe science."

    Cast: Anna Torv as Olivia Dunham; John Noble as Walter Bishop; Joshua
Jackson as Peter Bishop; Lance Reddick as Phillip Broyles.
    Credits: Writer/EP: J.J. Abrams; Writer/EP: Roberto Orci (Alias);
Writer/EP: Alex Kurtzman (Alias); EP: Bryan Burk (Lost); EP: Alex Graves (The
Nine); EP: Jeff Pinkner (Lost).
    Production Company: Warner Bros. in association with Bad Robot and Fringe
Element Films

    Eleventh Hour ("A")
    From blockbuster producer Jerry Bruckheimer (CSI, Without a Trace, Cold
Case) comes a riveting new mystery series centring on Dr. Jacob Hood (Rufus
Sewell, John Adams), a brilliant biophysicist. When there is no one else to
turn to, Hood is called in by the government at the eleventh hour as a
scientist/detective. From cloning to so-called miracle cures, Dr. Hood
investigates the rapidly growing number of crimes and crises of a scientific
nature accompanied and protected by outspoken FBI agent Rachel Young (Marley
Shelton, American Dreamz). The series is based on the British miniseries
Eleventh Hour by Stephen Gallagher.

    Cast: Rufus Sewell as Jacob Hood; Marley Shelton as Rachel Young; Marc
Blucas (The Killing Floor) as Detective McNeil.
    Credits: EP: Jerry Bruckheimer; EP: Jonathan Littman (Without a Trace);
EP: Danny Cannon (CSI: NY); EP: Cyrus Voris (Sleeper Cell); EP: Ethan Reiff
(Sleeper Cell); EP: Mick Davis (The Invisible); EP: Paul Buccieri (Anything
for Love).
    Production Company: Warner Bros. in association with Jerry Bruckheimer
Television and Granada Television International

    The Mentalist ("A")
    This crime drama from David Nutter (Supernatural, Without a Trace)
centres on Patrick Jane (Simon Baker, Smith), a well-known former television
psychic who, after being exposed as a fraud, uses his very real abilities as a
mentalist to help the California Bureau of Investigation solve crimes. As a
mentalist, Patrick uses his highly-developed skills of observation, deduction
and manipulation to aid the Serious Crimes unit. He's charismatic, if a bit
odd - an edgy, modern Sherlock Holmes whose controversial methods often cross
the line, but ultimately prove him right. Teresa Lisbon (Robin Tunney, Prison
Break) is a top agent with the FBI who often works with Patrick. Though she
grudgingly recognizes his talents, she is determined to solve cases with or
without him.

    Cast: Simon Baker as Patrick Jane; Robin Tunney as Teresa Lisbon; Owain
Yeoman (Kitchen Confidential) as Wayne Rigsby; Tim Kang (Rambo) as Kimball
Cho; Amanda Righetti (Reunion) as Grace Van Pelt.
    Credits: Director/EP: David Nutter (Terminator: The Sarah Connor
Chronicles); Writer/EP: Bruno Heller (Rome).
    Production Company: Warner Bros.

    Star Wars: The Clone Wars (CTV)
    The greatest space fantasy of all time becomes a weekly event as this
summer's highly anticipated, animated movie Star Wars: The Clone Wars makes
the transition to television in a groundbreaking new series. Star Wars: The
Clone Wars will showcase an entirely new look and feel to the galaxy far, far
away that fans of all ages know so well, bringing a dazzling new, CG-animated
look created by Lucasfilm Animation. Each week, viewers will be thrilled by
30-minute "mini-movies" starring favourite heroes Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan
Kenobi, Padmé Amidala, and Anakin's new Padawan learner, Ahsoka Tano, as well
as nefarious villains including Darth Sidious, Count Dooku, General Grievous
and the mysterious Asajj Ventress.

    Cast: Matt Lanter as the voice of Anakin; Ashley Eckstein as the voice of
Ahsoka; Tom Kane (Kim Possible) as the voice of Yoda; James Arnold Taylor as
the voice of Obi-Wan; Anthony Daniels (Star Wars) as the voice of C3PO;
Matthew Wood (Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace) as the voice of General
    Credits: DIR: Dave Filoni (Avatar: The Last Airbender) EP: George Lucas
(Star Wars).
    Production Company: Lucasfilm Animation.

    About CTV
    CTV, Canada's largest private broadcaster, offers a wide range of quality
news, sports, information, and entertainment programming. It has the
number-one national newscast, CTV National News With Lloyd Robertson, and is
the number-one choice for prime-time viewing. CTVglobemedia Inc. is Canada's
premier multi-media company which owns CTV Inc. and The Globe and Mail. CTV
Inc. also owns radio stations across the country, and leading national
specialty channels. Other CTVglobemedia investments include an interest in
Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, and in Dome Productions, a North American
leader in the provision of mobile high definition production facilities. More
information about CTV may be found on the company website at www.ctv.ca

For further information:

For further information: Scott Henderson, (416) 332-5305 or
shenderson@ctv.ca; Laura Heath Potter, (416) 332-4633 or lheathpotter@ctv.ca;
or Renée Dupuis Mach, (416) 332-4596 or rdupuismacht@ctv.ca; or Jim Quan,
(416) 332-5311 or jquan@ctv.ca

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