July 2009

9:30pm – Monday, July 27 on /A

Also airs at 10:30 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 10:30 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Raj (Kunal Nayyar), newly famous because of an article in a magazine, gets a big head and makes a disastrous play for Leonard’s (Johnny Galecki) crush, Penny (Kaley Nayyar).

9:00pm – Monday, July 27 on /A

Also airs at 10 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 10 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Charlie (Charlie Sheen) finds himself in couples counseling.

Canada’s own Jillian Harris began her search for true love with 30 potential suitors and after a dramatic – and sometimes rocky – journey she has narrowed the field to two men, Ed and Kiptyn.  In the dramatic season finale, will they propose and will she accept? Or will a surprise confession change everything? Find out Monday, July 27 on Citytv.  Plus, tune in to Citytv for Jillian’s side of the story on The Bachelorette After the Final Rose Special Tuesday, July 28.

“Citytv audiences across Canada have really embraced Jillian’s search on this season of The Bachelorette”, says Malcolm Dunlop, EVP Programming, Rogers Media Television. “We expect the momentum to continue into the dramatic finale as Jillian makes her final decision.”

On The Bachelorette season finale, Jillian continues her amorous adventure on the Big Island of Hawaii where her family arrives to assist her with her decision by grilling the guys.  Jillian takes Ed on a panoramic helicopter ride above the Big Island’s bubbling lava pits.  Jillian is falling for this sensitive bachelor, but time is running out for her and she wants to make sure she has real chemistry with him.  Next, Jillian takes Kiptyn on a romantic boat ride to a secluded beach. Their physical attraction is undeniable, but Jillian still needs to make sure that Kiptyn is prepared for a future with her.  Jillian finds herself in love with both men as she approaches her final decision – but at the very last minute one man’s shocking change of heart makes her question everything.  Does she find her best friend, soul mate and future husband?

It’s the emotional conclusion of Jillian’s journey to find true love on The Bachelorette After the Final Rose.  Hear about the experience from Jillian first hand.  Plus, Melissa Rycroft is back to share how her life has changed since that fateful day when Bachelor Jason Mesnick broke up with her on national television.

Plus, as always viewers can log on to Citytv.com for the popular live chats that get everyone talking during each episode.

The Bachelorette Season Finale Broadcast Schedule is as follows (s/ABC):
Citytv Toronto Monday, July 27 at 8pm ET
Citytv Winnipeg Monday, July 27 at 7pm CT
Citytv Calgary Monday, July 27 at 9pm MT
Citytv Edmonton Monday, July 27 at 9pm MT
Citytv Vancouver Monday, July 27 at 8pm PT

The Bachelorette After The Final Rose Broadcast Schedule is as follows (s/ABC):
Citytv Toronto Tuesday, July 28 at 10pm ET
Citytv Winnipeg Tuesday, July 28 at 9pm CT
Citytv Calgary Tuesday, July 28 at 8pm MT
Citytv Edmonton Tuesday, July 28 at 8pm MT
Citytv Vancouver Tuesday, July 28 at 10pm PT

From a media release – July 23, 2009:

THAT’S SO WEIRD!
Premieres: Wednesday, September 9 at 7:30 p.m.
Produced by Halifax Film in association with YTV, That’s So Weird! is what happens when seven teens band together to save So Weird TV, a third rate television network, where the programming is even weirder than the name. So Weird TV airs commercial parodies, bizarre game shows and features regular guest appearances by celebrities such as Sean Astin and Michael Rosenbaum, athletes Matt Stajan and Jason Blake, as well as musicians, including Eva Avila.

HOW TO BE INDIE
Premieres: Friday, October 2 at 6:30 p.m.
Created by writer Vera Santamaria (Little Mosque on The Prairie), this half-hour live action comedy series is told through the eyes of 13-year-old Indira “Indie” played by Melinda Shankar (Degrassi: The Next Generation), as she tries to balance her immigrant family’s South Asian traditions and her Canadian lifestyle. But even with these challenges and the struggle of being a teenager, Indie and her best friend’s, Abi and Marlon, are determined to make eighth grade their year to shine. How to be Indie is produced by Heroic Film Company in association with YTV.

 

 

10:00pm – Sunday, July 26 on /A

Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 9 p.m. MT on ACCESS

In the aftermath of the Scavo Pizzara going under, Bree (Marcia Cross) tells Lynette (Felicity Huffman) she’ll help Tom (Doug Savant) secure a new job at her company. Meanwhile, Gabrielle (Eva Longoria Parker) finds herself in a precarious position when Carlos’ (Richardo Antonio Chaira) adulterous boss, Brad (David Starzyk), begins using Gaby to cover for himself as he continues to cheat on his wife. Susan (Terri Hatcher) becomes more unsettled after Katherine (Dana Delany) moves in with Mike (James Denton) Also, Edie (Nicollette Sheridan) begins to investigate more into Dave’s (Neal McDonough) past after a chance encounter with an old acquaintance of Dave’s whom is the priest who performed the funeral for Dave’s wife and daughter.

Sunday, July 26 10 p.m. ET/PT

Gareth Keenan is now in charge and runs the office with military precision. David Brent is a sales rep, releases a pop single and finds an agent for his celebrity appearances.

9:00pm – Sunday, July 26 on CTV

Rush (Kathryn Morris) and team reopen the 1967 murder case of a brush salesman when his remains are found at the bottom of a duck pond. They learn that he had a hidden past and that some people in his territory were afraid he would reveal secrets he knew about them.

8:00pm – Sunday, July 26 on CTV

Arthur (Bradley James) finds an unlikely ally in Morgana (Katie McGrath) when he decides to help a magical young fugitive. The pair are desperate to smuggle the boy back to his own kind, but this task takes a dangerous turn when Uther (Anthony Head) declares that anyone hiding the child will be executed.

Sunday, July 26 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT

PRETTY BLOODY takes a look at the increasing number of women engaged in the horror business and how they are changing the genre. The 60-minute documentary features interviews from industry mavens Jovanka Vuckovic, Mary Lambert, and Brinke Stevens. The documentary also delves into how female characters have evolved through the decades into heroes that young girls aspire to be like, and how the popularity of series like BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER and movies like The Grudge have brought a younger, estrogen-filled audience to a once male-dominated genre. PRETTY BLOODY was produced in association with SPACE, a division of CTV Ltd.

Sunday, July 26 beginning at 11 a.m. ET to 5 p.m. ET (Marathon 1)
Sunday, August 2 beginning at 11 a.m. ET to 5 p.m. ET (Marathon 2)
Sunday, August 9 beginning at 11 a.m. ET to 5 p.m. ET (Marathon 3)
Sunday, August 16 beginning at 11 a.m. ET to 4 p.m. ET (Marathon 4)
Sunday, August 23 beginning at 11 a.m. ET to 5 p.m. ET (Marathon 5)

Heading to Vegas, Casino Niagara or Rama this summer? Improve your odds by watching Star!, as the channel presents CELEBRITY POKER SHOWDOWN marathons all summer long. In each show, five celebrities team up to play a No Limit Texas Hold ‘em tournament for a charity of their choice. Celebrities laying their bets include Star Jones and Adam Rodriguez (July 26), Rosario Dawson and Mena Suvari (Aug. 2), Neil Patrick Harris and Matthew Perry (Aug. 9), Jesse Metcalfe and Fred Willard (Aug. 16), and Jason Alexander and Catherine O’Hara (Aug. 23). Hosted by Dave Foley.