September 2008

Thursday, October 2
9pm

CTV delivers complete live coverage of all the action between the party leaders during the English Debate.

Wednesday, October 1
10pm

An urgent search for the cause of a series of radiation poisoning deaths may ultimately lead to a very deadly volume in the New York Public Library.

Wednesday, October 1
8pm

In the two-hour “Finals Week” episode, competitors face four gruelling days, and their toughest challenges yet, dancing their hearts out for a coveted position as one of So You Think You Can Dance Canada’s inaugural Top 20.

Tuesday, September 30
10pm

Teenager Eric Byers (guest star Marshall Allman, Prison Break) turns himself in, warning the team of his unnatural desire for his younger stepbrother, Cory Kelly (guest star Aaron Mayer). Stabler and Benson’s suspicions arise, and Eric admits to looking at a website to try to curb his pedophilic urge. With no crime committed, the detectives investigate this “self-help” website for pedophiles, leading them to its creator, Jake Berlin (guest star Tom Noonan, Kidnapped). Meanwhile Eric’s stepfather (guest star Josh Charles, In Treatment), is questioned, and – shortly after – Eric goes missing. The detectives must race to piece the clues together to find and stop Eric before any crime is committed.

Tuesday, September 30
9pm

In the second week of competition, the remaining 11 couples face elimination in pursuit of the coveted mirror ball trophy.

Tuesday, September 30
8pm

A series of murders is linked to a serial killer executed a year earlier, and the BAU team must find the link between the dead killer and the new spate of crimes.

Monday, September 29
10pm

When gasoline gets so expensive that Miami’s residents are literally killing for it, the CSIs come face to face with one of the city’s most sadistic crime rings.

Monday, September 29
8pm

After two couples were sent home in the first week of competition, the remaining 11 couples continue to compete for the prize of best celebrity dancer.

Sunday, September 28
10pm

When a celebrity illusionist disappears from his own stunt, Goren and Eames explore the exclusive and secretive world of magic and magicians in order to unravel the mystery. James Frain (The Tudors) guest-stars as Holiday, Christopher Lloyd guest-stars (Back to the Future) as Carmine and the Late Show with David Letterman’s Paul Shaffer guest-stars as himself.

Sunday, September 28
9pm

Five years have passed since Katherine shot her ex-husband and Susan, Lynette, Bree and Gaby stood together in solidarity to protect her. Susan tries to hide her relationship with a new man while Gaby questions her abilities as a mom. Meanwhile, Bree is on the verge of publishing her own cookbook as her business partner, Katherine, grows envious. Lynette catches her teenaged twins spearheading illegal activities and Edie returns to Wisteria Lane in jaw-dropping fashion, with a new man in tow.