June 2008

Thursday, July 24
9 p.m.

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

Wednesday, July 23
8 p.m.

The Top 8 perform with the hope of becoming America’s favourite dancer.

Tuesday, July 22
8 p.m.

It’s elimination night, and one singer will be sent home.

Monday, July 21

The Top 9 perform live on the Idol stage.

Sunday, July 20

Roger joins Don for an evening of dinner and drinking, during which Roger’s behavior leads to a rift in their friendship. Though Don accepts his apology, there are further consequences for Roger. Pete faces trouble at home as he continues to struggle with the demands of his new marriage.

Sunday, July 20

Hosted by Nick Lachey, this multi-episode competition reality series held unique nationwide casting sessions across the United States. With plenty of surprises from the international phenomenon, this much-anticipated series brings the incredibly successful High School Musical experience to life. The casting scouts welcomed anyone and everyone ages 16-22 with dreams of being centre stage. After eliminations, the winner will be given the opportunity of a lifetime when he or she stars in a music video shown in the end credits of Disney’s High School Musical 3: Senior Year, opening this fall in theatres. In addition, the winner will also receive an exclusive talent hold agreement with ABC and a recording contract for two singles with Walt Disney Records, one of which will be a version of the song from the music video.

Sunday, July 20

It’s official. Lauren, Lo and Audrina are roommates. Walking into the new digs, the girls scope out all of the benefits of their new living arrangements.

Sunday, July 20
7 p.m.

Jude is back – fresh from New Brunswick and her devastating break-up with Tommy. Strangely though, she’s effervescent. No one knows what happened with Tommy, and Jude’s determined to keep it that way. Instead, she’s going to throw herself into her music, and she’s brimming with ideas for making her third album the best ever. Aside from mastering, Darius thinks the album’s done, end of story. But Jude can’t let it go, and she spirals into a musical obsession, threatening her career, her relationships and her health.

Saturday, July 19
10 p.m.

Ron Sparks has burst onto the Canadian comedy scene in an incredibly short period of time. He first began performing as a member of York University’s Vanier Improv Company, but soon ventured into sketch comedy with much success. The winner of four Canadian Comedy Awards, Sparks can be seen as the Hollywood Correspondent on The Toronto Show and has also made appearances on Ed the Sock, Heat Meter, CBC Radio’s Brave New Waves and Out Front, and is a regular featured guest on MuchMusic’s Video On Trial.

Friday, July 18

Jack Swanson’s (Henry Czerny; Mayerthorpe, The Tudors) teenaged daughter desperately needs a heart transplant to survive. When he is told that a heart is finally available, he races his girl to the hospital, only to find the heart’s been allocated to someone else – a bureaucratic screw-up that could cost his daughter her life. Distraught, Jack turns a policeman’s gun on a surgical team, forcing Ed (Hugh Dillon, Durham County) and Jules (Amy Jo Johnson, Felicity) to face the chilling possibility of a lethal solution.