September 2008

Sunday, September 14
10pm

Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic

Father Gill tries to convince Peggy to volunteer her talents to a church project; Duck and Don team to woo a foreign-beer client by marketing to a new demographic; Harry turns to an unlikely source for help when his department is overloaded with work.

Sunday, September 14
9pm

Also airs at 10 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic

The 1962 death of a woman who was thought to have committed suicide is investigated after new evidence brought in by the deceased’s granddaughter proves she was murdered.

Friday, September 12
9 p.m.

Also airs at 10 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic

On this exciting game show hosted by Wayne Brady, contestants choose songs from different genres, decades and musical artists. Then they take centre stage to sing alongside the studio band as the lyrics are projected on screen, but suddenly the music stops and the words disappear. To win the $1 million at stake, contestants need to sing the correct missing lyric without freezing under the pressure. With the pressure on to remember the lyrics, will the contestants rock hard or fall flat?

Thursday, September 11
10.30pm

Also airs at 11:30 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic

The Top 40 are narrowed down, and some acts will lose their chance of being named America’s most talented in this results show based on viewers votes.

Thursday, September 11
10pm

Also airs at 11:00 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic

Liz hires her idol, Rosemary Howard (Carrie Fisher), to be a guest writer on the show, but Rosemary’s radical ideology causes much friction. Meanwhile, Jack takes Tracy to a therapist; and Kenneth’s job is jeopardized.

Tuesday, September 9
9.30pm

Also airs at 10:30 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic

Speed, agility, and a sense of humour are essential tools for this game show, which is based on the popular Japanese format where two teams face various barrier walls speeding toward them with weird and wacky cut-out shapes. Team members must contort their bodies to fit through these cut-outs or they will be swept away into a pool of water below. As players struggle to strike a pose, points (and dignity) can be easily lost with a simple miscalculation. As the game progresses, the pace quickens, the walls close in on the players and the difficulty increases. Teamwork, coordination and quick-thinking play crucial roles as each team strives to stay dry and score points.

Tuesday, September 9
8 p.m.

Also airs at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CTV and in Alberta on ACCESS; 9 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic

When an international flight lands at Boston’s Logan Airport with no signs of life on board, FBI Special Agent Olivia Dunham (Anna Torv) is called in to investigate as part of an inter-agency task force. After her partner, Special Agent John Scott (Mark Valley), is nearly killed during the investigation, a desperate Olivia searches frantically for someone to help, leading her to Dr. Walter Bishop (John Noble), our generation’s Einstein. There’s only one catch: he’s been institutionalized for the last 17 years, and the only way to question him requires pulling his estranged son Peter (Joshua Jackson) in to help.

Monday, September 8
10pm

In the finale, the winner of the competition is selected from the four remaining contestants. The victor will get to appear in a music video that will be shown during the closing credits of High School Musical 3: Senior Year.

Monday, September 8
8 p.m.

Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic

In the second-season opener, the wake of the Jeep explosion brings danger for Sarah and John, while Agent Ellis handles the aftermath of Cromartie’s massacre. Elsewhere, high-tech CEO Catherine Weaver (Shirley Manson) has big plans for her corporation.

Sunday, September 7
10pm

Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic

Don steps up in class and purchases a new set of wheels that is more appropriate for a big-time executive; Pete, Harry and Ken put their heads together to land new accounts; a serious error by Don’s secretary could reflect poorly on Joan; the staff reacts to the new object d’art in Cooper’s office.