October 2007

“Tina Fey”

How does Tina Fey (“30 Rock”) juggle work with motherhood? The actress/comedian drops in to tell us the answer, before she shares some stories from the set with season premiere guest, Jerry Seinfeld.

Then, it’s the makeup facelift—simple beauty tricks that will take years off your face!

“Minnie Driver”

Actress Minnie Driver (“The Riches”) stops by the studio to sing for Rachael and our audience.

Then, are you worried your parents are too old to drive? A couple of adult children ask their mom to hand over the keys.

Dynamic television personality and best-selling author Rachael Ray hosts a second season of her daily, one-hour talk show. Dubbed by Newsweek as “the most down-to-earth TV star on the planet,” and by Entertainment Weekly as “the next domestic goddess,” Rachael Ray is already a familiar face to millions of TV viewers as host of the Food Network’s popular series, “30-Minute Meals,” “$40 a Day,” “Inside Dish” and “Tasty Travels.” She’s also the best-selling author of 11 cookbooks and her new, monthly magazine, Every Day with Rachael Ray, premiered in the fall of 2005.

Produced by King World Productions, in association with Harpo Productions, Scripps Networks, Inc. and WATCH Entertainment, Inc.

“Big Solutions for Small Spaces”

Rachael Ray has a few big decorating solutions for small spaces, when ‘DIY’ pal Kristan Cunningham, turns Rachael’s green rooms from drab to fab!

Then, Rachael makes healthy lunches your kids will actually eat!

Jenna Bush

First Daughter Jenna Bush talks about planning her upcoming wedding and what inspired her to write a book.

Then, calling all baby models! Rachael Ray helps Gap Kids find the country’s cutest kids for their next big ad campaign!

Broadcast Schedule:
9:00am ET on Citytv Toronto
3:00pm PT on Citytv Vancouver
4:00pm MT on Citytv Calgary & Edmonton
11:00am CT on Citytv Winnipeg

Dynamic television personality and best-selling author Rachael Ray hosts a second season of her daily, one-hour talk show. Dubbed by Newsweek as “the most down-to-earth TV star on the planet,” and by Entertainment Weekly as “the next domestic goddess,” Rachael Ray is already a familiar face to millions of TV viewers as host of the Food Network’s popular series, “30-Minute Meals,” “$40 a Day,” “Inside Dish” and “Tasty Travels.” She’s also the best-selling author of 11 cookbooks and her new, monthly magazine, Every Day with Rachael Ray, premiered in the fall of 2005.

Produced by King World Productions, in association with Harpo Productions, Scripps Networks, Inc. and WATCH Entertainment, Inc.

CTV cleaned up on the final night of Premiere Week on Canadian television, taking Sunday and finishing with five out of seven nights with the season premiere of Desperate Housewives and a strong debut for Dirty Sexy Money out of simulcast. In the end, CTV delivered the Top 3 programs on Canadian television last night:

Nationally at 9 p.m., Desperate Housewives attracted 2.1 million viewers, including 1.1 million viewers A18-49. It was the No. 1 show of the night with twice as many viewers as Family Guy (FOX/Global, 1.1 million) and three times as many as American Dad (FOX/Global, 752,000). Desperate Housewives was No. 1 in Toronto and Vancouver in total viewers and A18-49.

At 10 p.m., the out-of-simulcast series debut of Dirty Sexy Money on CTV attracted 1.1 million viewers, landing the show at No. 3 for the night and beating the simulcast national broadcast of Brothers & Sisters (No. 6, CBS/Global, 944,000).

At 8 p.m., Cold Case on CTV delivered 1.3 million viewers to become the No. 2 show of the night. Head-to-head, Cold Case bested both The Simpsons at 8 p.m. (FOX/Global, 1.1 million) and King of the Hill at 8:30 p.m. (FOX/Global, 752,000).

On Friday, CTV won its fourth night of Premiere Week with the season premiere of Ghost Whisperer (1.3 million). No. 1 in all demos at 8 p.m., Ghost Whisperer nearly doubled the season premiere of Numbers (CBS/ Global, 716,000). CTV delivered 4 of the Top 5 shows on Friday.

CTV finishes Premiere Week with 8 out of the Top 10 shows as well as the No. 1 new drama of the season, Private Practice.

Data quoted represents total viewers (2+) for CTV Full and Global Full (BBM Nielsen Media Research), unless otherwise stated.