April 2008

Wednesday, April 9
9 p.m.

The four Citarella kids ignore the rules, shoplift, and constantly defy their parents’ wishes. Jo has some stern words for their laughing mom, who Jo thinks isn’t serious about changing their behavior.

Monday, April 7
9:30 p.m.

Samantha Who? returns, and Samantha is forced to move back into the apartment when she discovers that she could be evicted for subletting it to Todd, who has just invited his new girlfriend, Chloe (Kiele Sanchez, Lost), to move in with him. Meanwhile, when Sam fails to show up for a makeover night with her mom, Regina and Dena end up bonding and having a girls’ night at the house.

9pm Sunday, April 6

The final four land in New York City for “Operation Big Dreams,” and the stakes have never been higher. Will the contestants be able to fulfill the dying wishes of two parents or will they fall apart? Jada Pinkett Smith, Gayle King and Natalie Cole use their star power in this emotional episode. Oprah’s Big Give returns to CTV on April 13.

8pm Sunday, April 6

The models are spilt into two teams for go-sees with Shoshanna Lonstein, Pamella Roland and Stacey Bendit from Alice & Olivia. The girls join Mr. J for a photo shoot on Broadway at the Fuerza Bruta show and find out they will be shot through a plastic sheet while laying face-down in water. One model is injured, while another gets a second makeover at the shoot.

Broken hearted and out to find true love one last time, Tila Tequila returns for A Shot At Love 2 with Tila Tequila Season 2 premiering Tuesday, April 22 at 10pm ET (check local listings) on MTV in Canada.

Once again, 30 men and women will vie for Tila’s heart completing a series of romantic challenges all while living under one roof.

Testing traditional rules of attraction, this season is sure to be a rollercoaster ride of drama, conflict and emotion when Tila is presented with fifteen straight guys and fifteen lesbians all hoping to be “the one”.

Every episode will culminate in a dramatic elimination ceremony unlike any other on television.

These dancing experts are not afraid to tell it like it is! CTV announced today the esteemed judging panel for So You Think You Can Dance Canada.

The two permanent judges headlining the team are Toronto’s Tré Armstrong, the contemporary/funk dancer, choreographer and star of the MTV/Paramount dance film How She Move, and Montreal’s Jean Marc Genereux, international ballroom champion and guest judge/choreographer on the U.S. version of So You Think You Can Dance.

Luther Brown, the urban choreographer who’s worked with such artists as Sean Combs, Alicia Keys and Brandy, and Blake McGrath, who was a Season 1 finalist on So You Think You Can Dance, will alternate in the third judge seat.

Additionally, internationally-renowned Rex Harrington, artist-in-residence for The National Ballet of Canada, will serve as a special guest judge on several occasions. The cast is completed by series host Leah Miler, currently host of the MuchMusic series MuchOnDemand.

Weekdays at 7pm ET/ 7:30pm PT

Monday, April 7 / Tuesday, April 8
Songstress Feist catches up with ET Canada in Calgary.

Wednesday, April 9 / Thursday, April 10
Canadian Neve Campbell sits down in Beverly Hills to talk about her upcoming mini-series Burn Up.

Thursday, April 10
ET Canada is on the set of the Golden Globe winning comedy series The Office.

Friday, April 11 at 10pm ET/PT

Don runs into Robin Brooks during an investigation concerning informants and a chess master.

Friday, April 11 at 9pm ET/PT

Elizabeth is ready to admit defeat and make a deal with Deputy Attorney General Zach Williams and her pending disbarment and jail time. Russell, Chester and Molly won’t let her go down so easy, so they plan to use an old murder case against Deputy Attorney General Zach Williams.

Friday, April 11 at 8pm ET/PT

A new contestant is put to the challenge of recalling events from their past in an effort to win money.