December 2009

Okay, so we’ve seen a lot of spoilers about what’s to be expected when Grey’s Anatomy returns in the New Year. But forget about what those so called “experts” predict. Here is what I think should happen when the season commences.

– more medicine – so far, I’ve been loving the increased focus on medicine this season. More medical drama, less personal drama. It’s likely the great old early days of Grey’s again

– no more dead people – if Denny returns, I will pull my hair out and that’s a promise. Last season’s constant “I see dead people” really got old. Izzie can come back, but leave her visions of dead people behind. Cancer or no cancer

– Meredith drama – for someone previously surrounded by constant drama, Meredith has fairly well escaped this season. There’s been very little drunken tequila nights, in fact, she seems to be the responsible one. I’m all for the Mer-Der thing, but their relationship does need to be shaken up a little bit for the good or for the bad. Sometimes there’s just too much of a good thing

– the departure of the Chief – the man needs to step back, enough said

– More interaction with the new docs – the Grey’s docs don’t like the Mercy Westers, we get why isn’t there more interaction or even drama? Bring it!


Tuesday, December 29 at 8 p.m. ET on MuchMusic

Some lucky MuchMusic viewers travel to Costa Rica with their favourite MuchMusic VJ Jesse Giddings to take part in the Spring-Break-meets-The-Real-World mash up special. In this steamy series, surfing by day and partying by night sets the scene of no-holds-barred hot times.

8:00pm – Tuesday, December 29 on /A

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

In the CTV Original film Would Be Kings, Patrick Lehane (Currie Graham, DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES) and Jamie Collins (Ben Bass, THE ELEVENTH HOUR) are cousins, best friends and most importantly, cops. To complicate their relationship, Patrick is also Jamie’s boss and a clean cut investigator desperate for a promotion, while Jamie is anything but, always breaking the rules and nursing his addiction. Their family ties are unraveled when Jamie is forced to clean up his act, and Patrick becomes embroiled in questionable police work. In the end, the choices these two “Would Be Kings” make will dictate their fate. Patrick, the good cop is drawn into a criminal compromise and will have his integrity tested. While Jamie, the apparent bad cop must decide where his loyalties lie: with his family or with the law?

8:00pm – Tuesday, December 29 on CTV

Frances Mackenzie (Joanne Kelly, WAREHOUSE 13) is a Canadian junior copy editor in New York, but lands the account of her favorite author, Michael Tate (Colin Ferguson, EUREKA), who finds her honesty fascinating. Just after her boyfriend Calvin Puddie (Lucas Bryant, M.V.P.) started a six month tour as a jazz musician, she learns she is pregnant. Having neglected to prolong her visa, Frannie is stuck with her parents in Canada after a visit. Just when she started to despair, Calvin returns and proves

7:30pm – Tuesday, December 29 on CTV

Alli (Melinda Shankar) insists she’s done with Johnny (Scott Paterson). When she breaks into his locker to steal nude photos of herself back, she in fact realizes that she’s so not over him. Clare (Aislynn Paul) thinks he’s bad news but Jenna (Jessica Tyler) thinks Alli should follow her heart. When Johnny says he has something serious to tell her, Alli gets her hopes up. Will it be true love or will it end the Alli/Johnny saga forever.

7:00pm – Tuesday, December 29 on CTV

When Brent (Brent Butt) enters a reluctant Lacey (Gabrielle Miller) into an eating contest, it tarnishes his reputation and results in a very offended Davis (Lorne Cardinal). At the Leroys’, Emma’s (Janet Wright) new MP3 player allows Oscar (Eric Peterson) to get away with a bit too much. Karen’s (Tara Spencer-Nairn) auctioneering experience pits Hank (Fred Ewanuick) and Wanda (Nancy Robertson) in a battle of vehicles.

Tuesday, December 29 beginning at 5 pm ET/ 2 pm PT

Join Doctor Mike on an unforgettable journey around the globe and learn more about creatures who love nothing more than to take a little vacation of their own on, around, or inside the human body.

12:05am – Tuesday, December 29 on CTV

Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher, The Women) is held hostage by the evil Imperial forces in their effort to take over the Galactic Empire. Venturesome Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill, METALOCALYPSE) and dashing Captain Han Solo (Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull) team together with the lovable robotic duo, R2-D2 (Kenny Baker, The Cage) and C-3PO (Anthony Daniels, Conjure) to rescue the beautiful princess and restore justice in the Empire.

10:30pm – Monday, December 28 on CTV

Dré learns that Amanda may have been seeing somebody before they broke up. Lauren’s partying could cost her her job, and a suspicious Elle tells Matt that she wants to meet his Whistler friends.

Monday, December 28 at 10 p.m. ET on Bravo!

Giving viewers an intimate glimpse of the creative process behind their musical masterpieces, THE BEATLES ON RECORD is narrated entirely by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and Sir George Martin. The documentary features never-before-heard outtakes of studio chat from the band’s first recording sessions at Abbey Road studios while they were creating #1 hit albums like Please Please Me and Abbey Road. (Encore presentation airs Jan. 3 at 8 p.m. ET.)