November 2009

9:00pm – Wednesday, November 25 on /A

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

After experiencing frightening visions of being trapped against her will, Melinda (Jennifer Love Hewitt) is pulled by a desperate spirit into a family’s bitter fight.

9:00pm – Wednesday, November 25 on CTV

The BAU team races to help Hotchner (Thomas Gibson) find ‘The Reaper’ (guest star C. Thomas Howell, The Outsiders) and save his family before it’s too late.

8:00pm – Wednesday, November 25 on /A

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

The Top 10 dancers will be revealed at the end of the episode as two dancers’ dreams will end.

8:00pm – Wednesday, November 25 on CTV

When Allison (Patricia Arquette) develops a strange sensitivity to light, the sunglasses she wears reveal mysterious numbers which could tie into people’s life expectancies.

Tuesday, November 24 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

Alicia represents the firm’s senior partner after he is arrested and must deal with the murky office politics that come with the case. Meanwhile, Chelsea Handler interviews Peter’s mistress on her show, and Peter’s evidentiary hearing doesn’t go well, which makes Alicia suspect he is guilty of corruption.

Tuesday, November 24 – 9pm ET/PT on Global

When a serial killer strikes in Los Angeles, it grabs the attention of Abby Scuito. She travels from Washington DC to give the team a hand, since she has been following this killer for some time.

9:00pm – Tuesday, November 24 on CTV

Weeks of grueling competition come to a close, and after tallying the judges’ and viewers’ votes, one couple will emerge victorious and claim the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy.

At a time when most Europeans believed that the world was created by God in seven days, a groundbreaking scientific publication was released, effectively changing the perception of the natural world and our place in it. DARWIN’S STRUGGLE, premiering Tuesday, November 24 at 9 p.m. ET/10 p.m. PT on Animal Planet – the 150th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s famous publication, On the Origin of Species – sheds light on one of the most astonishing and influential scientific thinkers of human history, and his revolutionary theory of evolution by natural selection.

Just as beauty and wonder emerge out of a war of nature, so too did Darwin’s world-changing book, On the Origin of Species, evolve out of years of painstaking research and inner conflict. Enduring two decades of debilitating illness, self-doubt and family tragedy, Darwin unleashed a new vision of nature, where species evolved independently from the guiding hand of a creator.

On the Origin of Species introduced the theory that populations evolve over the course of generations through a process of natural selection. Presenting a body of evidence that the diversity of life arose through a branching pattern of evolution and common descent, Darwin’s theory has become the foundation of evolutionary biology.

Caught in the middle of the euphoria of enlightenment and the demons of a Victorian conscience, Darwin’s personal traumas and fears give insight into the development of On the Origin of Species. Using previously untapped personal letters, notes and diaries to shape the story, DARWIN’S STRUGGLE reveals not the anxious, stern scientist his book portrays, but a friendly, funny and candid communicator, full of human weaknesses and excited by his own revelations.

Beginning in 1842 when Darwin begins to rally his ideas, DARWIN’S STRUGGLE follows the years to the book’s publication 17 years later. With commentary from modern-day thinkers and Darwin experts who give their fresh insights, this illuminating docu-drama sheds new light on an extraordinary man and one of the most important theories ever created.

Darwin’s theory of evolution has become so much a part of the scientific landscape that it is often taken for granted – but its profound impact on society, economics and the arts continues to this day. As the 150th anniversary of the epoch-defining On the Origin of Species approaches, the curtain on the man and his work is raised and the time he developed and researched his groundbreaking scientific theory of evolution is revealed.

Tuesday, November 24 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

When a death of a Marine leads the NCIS team to a government think tank with employed child prodigies, the team has to protect a 12-year-old child who may be the next target of the killer.

8:00pm – Tuesday, November 24 on /A

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

The remaining Top 12 dancers take centre stage in hopes of being named America’s favourite dancer.