May 2008

Friday, June 20
9pm

Georgina reveals the true reason that Serena fled Manhattan for boarding school, and Serena quickly falls back into her old habits. Blair, Nate and Chuck must put their complicated feelings for each other aside to help their friend. Unfortunately, Serena is too ashamed to share the truth with Dan, leaving him to assume the worst about his girlfriend. Meanwhile, Rufus is thrilled when his band is invited to perform at a Rolling Stone-sponsored concert, but Lily is the last person he expects to see at the performance, especially since her wedding rehearsal dinner is the same night. Recording artist Lisa Loeb performs.

Thursday, June 19
9pm

It’s elimination night, and two dancers will be sent home.

Wednesday, June 18
8pm

The Top 18 dancers perform on tonight’s show.

Tuesday, June 17
9pm

The wait is over. The 2008 Top 22 are revealed following a roller-coaster week in Toronto.

Monday, June 16
9pm

The search for the next Canadian Idol continues as the Top 200 give it their all for the judges in Toronto and compete for a spot in the elite Top 22.

Monday, June 16
8.30pm

Trixie and Chuck are at odds over Robson Arms. Trixie wants to finish repairs on the building and apply for a condo status, while Chuck would rather take the money and run. An intricate game of cat and mouse ensues with the fate of Robson Arms as the prize.

Monday, June 16
7.30pm

Spinner and Jimmy have just one more exam before they’re finally done school and, with Jimmy’s help, Spinner’s sure he can pass and enjoy his cancer-free future. However, when a great opportunity for Spinner’s new band presents itself, Spinner is faced with a dilemma: focus on the music and return to high school to be with Stüdz and Jane next year, or study hard with Jimmy and leave Degrassi without any real plans.

Sunday, June 15
10pm

Don continues to conceal his increasingly complicated personal life, even in the face of Roger’s invitation to open up. Meanwhile, Peggy pines for the absent Pete – still on his honeymoon – while fending off the advances of several of the men of Sterling Cooper.

Sunday, June 15
8pm

The Terrorist Next Door takes viewers into the very human story of a young Algerian immigrant named Ahmed Ressam (Chenier Hundal, Partition), from his arrival in Montreal to his recruitment by Majid (Reda Guerinik, Incendies), the leader of an al-Qaeda sleeper cell. Majid’s wife, Nicole (Kathleen Robertson, Hollywoodland, Last Exit), who converted to Islam for the husband she loves, is blind to the fact that his travels as head of an international charity are for less-than-charitable ends. Nicole’s world implodes when an old flame – Pelletier (Chris William Martin, Chaos Theory), now a Canadian Security Intelligence Service officer teamed up with an FBI agent Wade (Michael Ironside, The Machinist) – makes a desperate attempt to convince her that her husband married her as a cover, and is deeply involved in a terrorist plot. But the baton has already been passed, and the chase is on to stop Ressam before he can accomplish his devastating mission in Los Angeles.

Sunday, June 15
7.30pm

Spencer’s sister, Stephanie, joins Lauren’s fashion class, and the two form an unlikely bond. Meanwhile, Whitney loves her new job, but a hectic trip to New York causes her to have second thoughts.