September 2009

8:00pm – Sunday, September 27 on /A

Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic

The film The Transporter is about Frank Martin (Jason Statham) whose job is to deliver packages without asking any questions. Complications arise when he breaks his own rules and looks inside one of his packages and discovers a gagged woman (Qi Shu, New York, I Love You).

8:00pm – Sunday, September 27 on CTV

On Season 15 of THE AMAZING RACE, contestants travel one of the fastest courses ever assembled spanning eight countries in just 21 days. This season also features the quickest elimination in the history of the series, sending one team home before they leave the starting line. Teams fortunate enough to avoid the surprise elimination face the ‘Switchback,’ which sends them back to the site of one of the series’ most infamous Roadblocks, as well as a surprise appearance by one of America’s most beloved entertainers. Season 15 features a diverse cast of racers including a team of Harlem Globetrotters, professional female poker players, the first-ever Racer with Asperger’s Syndrome, married yoga teachers and a former Miss America.

Sunday, September 27 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

In the 21st season premiere episode co-written by Seth Rogen, Comic Book Guy casts Homer as the lead in “Everyman,” a feature film based on the new comic book superhero he created. To whip him into shape for the part, the movie studio hires celebrity fitness trainer Lyle McCarthy (guest voice Seth Rogen) but Homer has trouble sticking to his new, healthy regimen.

Sunday, September 27 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT

TURNING PAGES reveals the many sides of one of the most influential literary icons of our lifetime – Margaret Atwood. Getting ready to launch her new book this month, this timely inspirational documentary follows the journey of the Canadian author, poet, and social revolutionary and gives exclusive access to both Atwood’s professional achievements and the personal life of this astounding Canadian literary icon.

Sunday, September 27 at 7:30 p.m. ET / 4:30 p.m. PT

BRAVO!FACT PRESENTS looks to blueprints and architecture in this week’s episode. Brian Stockton explores the landscapes of his youth in The Man who Built my Childhood; Joshua Dorsey probes the secret life of buildings in The Infiltrator; Jacob Potashnik celebrates Moishe Safdie’s Habitat 67 in Dancing About Architecture; and Noémie Lafrance’s Rapture turns Frank Gehry’s Fisher Center for the Performing Arts into a stunning and surreal landscape for dance. (Encore Presentation: October 2 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT)

7:00pm – Sunday, September 27 on CTV

Premiering in a special one-time only 7 p.m. ET timeslot, Mike Delfino’s (James Denton) bride will finally be revealed: Will it be Katherine (Dana Delany) or will recent events be enough to bring him and Susan (Teri Hatcher) back together? Lynette (Felicity Huffman) faces the reality of another pregnancy; Bree (Marcia Cross) struggles to break free from Orson (Kyle MacLachlan) and her inhibitions; Gaby (Eva Longoria Parker) is put to the test by Carlos’ (Ricardo Chivira) teenaged niece, now in their care; and a new family with a dark past moves to Wisteria Lane. DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES moves to its regular 9 p.m. ET timeslot beginning Sunday, October 4.

Sunday, September 27 – 7pm ET/PT GLOBAL PREMIERE on Global

An animated series that follows the life of an overworked and underpaid TV producer and her crewmates who work on a daytime talk show. Starring the voice of Kim Cattrall.

Sunday, September 27 – 6:30pm ET/PT on Global

He was a failed Canadian actor whose claim-to-fame was playing a cheesy detective in the 90’s. But this embarrassing character has made Rob Stewart a national hero half way around the world. Move over David Hasselhoff, 16:9 shows you how a has-been actor found out that Siberia has a serious crush on him.

Everyone’s favourite home makeover series moves to Citytv. Catch all the heartwarming stories, dramatic transformations, tears of joy, celebrity guests and musical performances when the seventh season of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition premieres with a two hour episode Sunday, September 27 at 7:00PM ET/PT (6:00PM CT, 8:00PMT) on Citytv!

“Extreme Makeover Home Edition is an uplifting show that helps out deserving families and will touch viewers’ hearts week after week” said Malcolm Dunlop EVP Programming, Rogers Media Television. “The uniqueness of adding a celebrity to the design team this season will only add to the success of this show”.

Put together one very run-down house, a deserving family, several opinionated designers, seven days and what do you get? The answer is Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Each episode of the award-winning unscripted program is a self-contained race against time on a project that would ordinarily take at least four months to achieve, involving one deserving family along with a team of designers, contractors and several hundred workers who have just seven days to totally rebuild an entire house.  New this season, a new celebrity joins the design team each week and a musical guest performs to help boost morale among the volunteers.

In the season premiere of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition the team travels to South Range, WI to tell Howard Huber – hero firefighter and his wife Jessica they are going to get a new home! Plus, Emmy Award-winning actress Patricia Heaton joins the design team and music group Five for Fighting performs.

Don’t miss it when Extreme Makeover: Home Edition premieres with a two hour episode Sunday, September 27 at 7:00 pm ET/PT (6:00pm CT, 8:00pm MT). Extreme Makeover: Home Edition returns to its regular schedule October 4 8:00pm ET/PT (7:00pm CT, 9:00pm MT)  Viewers will be able to log on to www.Citytv.com 24-48 hours following the broadcast to catch up on all their favourite moments from each episode.

Sunday, September 27 at 5:30 p.m. ET on CTV.

FASHIONTELEVISION’s highly-anticipated 24th season continues with an exclusive interview with 23-year-old’s Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. Internationally renowned for their unique fashion flair, the Olsen twins chat with FT’s Jeanne Beker about life after FULL HOUSE, the pressures of Hollywood, public and media fascination, and their careers as respected and successful young fashion designers in a business saturated with stiff competition.

Don’t miss the twins’ candid chat with Beker, as they appear mature and self-disciplined – revealing a strong business sense.