January 2009

Monday, January 26 – 9pm ET/PT

Dubaku presses President Taylor to agree to his demands; Renee diverts her tense colleagues’ attention; Jack comes up with a formidable plan.

Monday, January 26 – 8pm ET/PT

The team take on the case of a Special Education teacher who spits up blood and collapses in the middle of class. Meanwhile, Cameron finds herself taking on some of Cuddy’s duties, including dealing with House, and Foreman has to make a decision concerning Thirteen’s participation in the clinic trials.

Tuesday, January 27 – 10pm ET/PT

In the premiere episode, the country’s most talented up-and-coming designers are sent straight to the fashion front lines. Host Iman and Mentor Brian Bailey greet the designers at the Canadian War Museum and deliver the first challenge. Drama ensues when two designers face the toughest – and most surprising – challenge of their fashion careers. It’s a race against time as the designers prepare to show their first creations at a special, public runway show. Joe Zee, Creative Director of U.S. ELLE magazine, guest judges and declares the season’s first challenge winner and the first eliminated designer. Who will make the cut?

Saturday, January 31 10 p.m.

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

Vancouver-native Toby Hargrave has a wonderful gift for making the audience feel right at home. While many comedians rely on shock humour, gags, props and cursing – although he does admit to cursing from time to time – Hargrave relies on the truth, or at least an exaggeration of the truth. Since moving to the West Coast from Edmonton, Hargrave was voted “Funniest Comic in Vancouver” at The Vancouver Comedy Festival. He has also performed at the Whistler Comedy Festival and the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal.

Saturday, January 31 8 p.m.

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

Life is good for Susan (Mercedes Ruehl, ENTOURAGE), her two children and new boyfriend Russell (Alex Carter, CSI). But life abruptly changes when she discovers her perfect boyfriend is a drug dealer. Realizing the danger this could bring to her family, she tells him to leave. Suddenly her house is raided and Susan is arrested as a co-conspirator in Russell’s drug business. Her situation goes from bad to worse when she finds herself behind bars with violent criminals.

Friday, January 30 8 p.m.

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

A mid-western family whose lives revolve around the “American Way” of fast food, 4X4s and paintball, swaps lives with a big city family focused on education, the environment and keeping their bodies healthy and trim.

Thursday, January 29 10 p.m.

Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic and 10 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Addison’s (Kate Walsh) brother, Archer (guest star Grant Show, SWINGTOWN), moves to L.A. to begin work at Pacific Wellcare, causing problems for both her and Naomi (Audra McDonald). Cooper (Paul Adelstein) encourages Violet (Amy Brenneman) to talk to Pete (Tim Daly) and Sheldon (Brian Benben) about her pregnancy, but she’ reluctant when she learns that neither of them wants children.

Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic and 10 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Addison’s (Kate Walsh) brother, Archer (guest star Grant Show, SWINGTOWN), moves to L.A. to begin work at Pacific Wellcare, causing problems for both her and Naomi (Audra McDonald). Cooper (Paul Adelstein) encourages Violet (Amy Brenneman) to talk to Pete (Tim Daly) and Sheldon (Brian Benben) about her pregnancy, but she’ reluctant when she learns that neither of them wants children.

Thursday, January 29 9 p.m.

Also airs at 10 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic and 9 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Dr. Jacob Hood (Rufus Sewell) investigates after an autopsy on a millionaire reveals signs of congenital heart disease and, shockingly, two fully developed hearts.

Thursday, January 29 8 p.m.

Also airs at 9 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, taking centre stage to sing alongside the studio band as the lyrics are projected on screen. 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?