April 2009

Wednesday, April 8 9 p.m.

One contestant is voted off.

Wednesday, April 8 8 p.m.

The team travels to South Padre Island during spring break to find a serial killer who is targeting college students on vacation. Jackson Rathbone (Twilight) guest-stars as Adam, a potential target of a serial killer and Roma Maffia (NIP/TUCK) guest-stars as Detective Evans.

Tuesday, April 7 10 p.m.

After an up-and-coming artist is brutally murdered in her apartment, Detectives Odafin Tutuola (Ice-T) and Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) link her death to another unsolved murder case. As they pursue the case further, they realize that these two murders have striking similarities to a string of murders by a mysterious serial killer.

Tuesday, April 7 9 p.m.

After an eight-week layoff, FRINGE returns for more nail-biting drama. In this all-new episode, just seconds before a building is demolished, a mysterious mute child that has been living alone underground is discovered. When the FBI’s Fringe Division investigates, the boy forms an unspoken connection with Agent Olivia Dunham (Anna Torv). Meanwhile, a gruesome serial killer resurfaces and showcases his “artistry” by displaying his work publicly. As the boy gradually assimilates into a new environment, Olivia and the team must race against the clock to prevent the mad man from further violence.

The finalists take the stage and perform live in the hopes of surviving another week in the competition.

Monday, April 6 9:30 p.m.

Lacey (Gabrielle Miller) and Davis (Lorne Cardinal) are on the hunt after two of the letters in “Café” get blown off the roof during a bad windstorm. Wanda’s (Nancy Robertson) demands for more rights at Corner Gas lead to unexpected opportunities for Hank (Fred Ewanuick) and more headaches for Brent (Brent Butt). Meanwhile, Oscar (Eric Peterson) worries about Emma (Janet Wright) after Karen doesn’t pick her jam in a contest.

Monday, April 6 8:30 p.m.

When Gary (Jay Mohr) feels threatened by Tom’s (Ryan Malgarini) relationship with Dr. Krandall (Ed Begley Jr.), he goes to great lengths to change this dynamic and bond with his son.

Sunday, April 5 10 p.m.

Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) and the team go to Hollywood when they investigate the murder of a movie producer.

Sunday, April 5 8 p.m.

Inspired by a high-profile Canadian legal battle, PLAYING FOR KEEPS is the story of Vancouver sports groupie Nicole Alpern (Canadian Daytime Emmy® Award-winner Jennifer Finnigan; CLOSE TO HOME, CROSSING JORDAN), who falls in love with married, pro basketball player Ty Rivers (Roger Cross; 24, NCIS) and becomes pregnant with his child. When Ty decides he wants to be a full-time parent to his son, the two begin an emotional custody battle over Noah. At the heart of the custody fight is the notion of whether or not Noah should be raised by the African-American family he resembles or his single, Canadian Caucasian mother. Teaming up with ambitious lawyer Peter Marcheson (Doug Savant; DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, MELROSE PLACE), Nicole must plead her precedent-setting case to the ultimate authority – the Supreme Court of Canada.

Sunday, April 5 7:30 p.m.

Unwilling to give up the benefits of modeling money, Mia (Nina Dobrev) chooses to drop out of school to model full time. And when Holly J. (Charlotte Arnold) gets a C on an art assignment, she refuses to accept it and uses grades as motivation for art. Meanwhile, Sav (Raymond Ablack) struggles between choosing to register for prerequisites for engineering, or the music master class.