April 2010

8:00pm – Sunday, April 25 on CTV

After noodling their way through their first Roadblock, teams are forced to complete a second Roadblock, and the fate of two teams lies in the hands of confused cabbies in Shanghai.

Sunday, April 25 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

The Simpsons decide to embrace a cheaper, alternate source of energy by erecting a wind turbine in their backyard. But when Homer realizes some of the power is being directed to the local electric company, he removes his home from the grid and becomes completely dependent upon an unreliable source of power. Then, Lisa and Homer help a beached whale following a storm.

7:00pm – Sunday, April 25 on /A

Also airs at 8 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 10 p.m. MT on ACCESS

When Lily’s (Kelly Rutherford) ex-husband, Dr. William van der Woodsen (Billy Baldwin, DIRTY SEXY MONEY), shows up unexpectedly in Manhattan, Serena (Blake Lively) gets the reunion she has wanted with her father, but the circumstances turn out to be far from ideal. When Serena and Nate (Chace Crawford) continue to have relationship issues, a scheming Jenny (Taylor Momsen) is more than happy to be a shoulder for Nate to lean on.

7:00pm – Sunday, April 25 on CTV

Chance (Mark Valley) reunites with a fiery former flame when he is called to South America to rescue an archeologist whose discovery of a lost treasure makes him the target of a South American army and a deadly bounty hunter.

Last season’s return of resident bad girl Kristin Cavallari brought major drama to THE HILLS.

This season Kristin is back and she’s bitchier than ever. On Tuesday, April 27 at 10:30 p.m. ET, following the final season premiere of THE HILLS, Kristin joins hosts Dan Levy and Jessi Cruickshank live in Toronto on THE AFTER SHOW.  The HILLS star dishes on what to expect from the last season, Heidi’s new look and how she feels about Brody and Justin Bobby.

From her dramatic entrance on THE HILLS last season at Spencer and Heidi’s wedding, to her intrigues with ex-boyfriend Brody Jenner and Audrina’s former flame Justin Bobby, Kristin made her mark as a force to be reckoned with. This season, Kirsten battles tabloid rumors of drug abuse and out-of control partying while trying to remain the same drama-loving, tough-talking girl that viewers first fell in love with.

Live interview at MTV’s Toronto Studios this Tuesday at 10:30 p.m. ET

Fans wanting to be part of THE AFTER SHOW audience can email mtvaftershow@mtv.ca

10:00pm – Saturday, April 24 on /A

Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic

The team boards a crippled space station to discover people have been preserved there in hopes of outliving their enemy, the Wraith.

10:00pm – Saturday, April 24 on CTV

In the first installment of this two-part season finale, Elvis Costello sits down with Bruce Springsteen and, with his guitar in hand, he opens up about his pre-E Street Band bands. He also chats about his early and current inspirations and the resurgence of New Jersey. E Street Band members Nils Lofgren and Roy Bittan sit in for a couple of songs.

8:00pm – Saturday, April 24 on /A

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

In an encore presentation, THE 2010 JUNO AWARDS, Canada’s Music Awards, celebrates the best and the brightest in Canadian music. Tune in for star-studded performances by teen sensation, Justin Bieber, Rap/Hip-Hop breakout star, Drake and superstar, Michael Bubl�.

8:00pm – Saturday, April 24 on CTV

The Canadian Olympic Committee further unites Canada following the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games with the induction evening at the Bell Centre in Montreal. More than 1,200 guests welcome 2010 inductees kayaker Caroline Brunet, sprinter Bruny Surin, speed skater Susan Auch, builders Walter Sieber, Peter Lougheed and Carol Anne Letheren (posthumously), and athletics coach Paul Poce as they officially enter the Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame. ETALK’s Ben Mulroney hosts the evening’s events which include musical performances by Sarah McLachlan, Tom Cochrane, Ginette Reno, the Canadian Tenors, Simple Plan, and singers Annie Villeneuve and Nikki Yanofsky, accompanied by composer Stephan Moccio who will perform CTV’s Official Song for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games I Believe/J’imagine.

Saturday, April 24 – 7pm ET/PT on Global

In this episode, 16:9 examines reproductive outsourcing – a thriving business where couples travel to India in search of surrogate mothers. Then, find out how Canadian innovation is making changes that could lead to energy savings in workplaces around the world. Plus, learn how some Canadian cities are dealing with coyotes in their neighbourhoods.