July 2010

9:00pm – Sunday, July 25 on CTV

When their electricity is cut off, the West family realizes they are in the midst of a serious financial crisis and must find “legit” jobs as soon as possible.

Actor Alfred Molina has been locked in for the upcoming spin-off series Law & Order: Los Angeles.

Molina, who has appeared in the likes of Spiderman and An Education, will play Deputy District Attorney Morales in the crime procedural.

The 57-year-old will join Skeet Ulrich in the cast, who is playing Detective Rex Winters.

Law & Order’s creator Dick Wolf said in a statement that his is “thrilled” with the appointment of Molina in the cast.

The series premiere later in the year.

Source: Digital Spy

 

Sunday, July 25 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

In this episode, nominations for the next eviction are revealed.

8:00pm – Sunday, July 25 on CTV

The death of a student who was drained of blood leads the detectives to a cult in which followers believe they’re immortal and make use of blood dealers.

8:00pm – Sunday, July 25 on /A

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

In the film Paycheck, Michael Jennings (Ben Affleck, He’s Just Not That Into You) is hired by clients to take apart other companies technologies and find out how they work. He is hired to do a special job, against the advice of some of his associates but when the job is completed, his memory is erased. Now Jennings is hunted for something he has no recollection of doing and has only a little time to work it out. He has sent himself 19 seemingly unconnected objects, before his memory was wiped, to allow him to put the puzzle together and discover just what has gone on and what he has done. But the authorities are after him and time is very quickly running out. Uma Thurman (Motherhood) also stars as Rachel, a scientist who is a vital part of triggering what is left of Jennings memory.

8 p.m. ET – Sunday, July 25 on Space

After rescuing Han Solo from the palace of Jabba the Hutt, the Rebels attempt to destroy the Second Death Star, while Luke Skywalker tries to bring his father back to the Light Side of the Force. Stars Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher.

Celebrity Rehab has another big name actor joining the cast for the upcoming season with Eric Roberts confirmed.

Roberts, the brother of Oscar-winner Julia Roberts, will enter rehab alongside the likes of Janice Dickinson, Jeremy London, Jason Wahler and Rachel Uchitel.

The re is no word yet what Roberts will be attempting to kick while on the show but his publicist Chuck Jones has confirmed it is nothing too major.

“It’s not for anything serious. He’s not hooked on prescription meds or hard drugs or anything like that.”

The show airs later this year.

Source: Digital Spy

 

The Glee kids are set to unleash a Rocky Horror themed episode in the show’s second season creator Ryan Murphy has said.

Murphy dropped some details on the upcoming season which included the news an episode would be dedicated to the famed musical.

Murphy and his writing team are currently penning the episode which was at first only a suggestion by cast member Chris Colfer.

Further details to be announced include a whole episode focussing on Artie and Tina and their relationship as well as more tribute episodes.

A religion-themed episode will also take place focussing mainly on Mercedes while Murphy also confirmed that Kristin Chenoweth will return along with Idina Menzel.

Source: THR

 

7:00pm – Sunday, July 25 on /A

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

Sasha’s (Neil Jackson) refusal to welcome Emily (Chelsea Hobbs) back to the Rock has her at a loss as to what to do other than to keep training. Fortunately, her Pizza Shack co-worker, Damon (Johnny Pacar), has an idea on how she can do just that…at the Rock.

Foodies rejoice! Chef Gordon Ramsay has joined the CTV family. Based on the international smash hit format, the famed culinary master Ramsay introduces a sizzling new cook-off competition series MASTERCHEF, premiering Tuesday, July 27 at 9 p.m. ET on CTV (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times).

After an extensive search for the best amateur home cooks, 50 hopefuls vie for the first-ever MASTERCHEF title.

Along with renowned co-judges restaurateur Joe Bastianich and chef Graham Elliott, chef Ramsay will challenge and coach the amateurs all the way to the finish line. Known for his explosive outbursts, Ramsay won’t be afraid to tell the chefs the cold, hard truth about their cooking along the way.

In the premiere episode (Tuesday, July 27 at 9 p.m. ET), the cooking hopefuls have one hour to prepare their signature dishes and present them to the distinguished MASTERCHEF judging panel: Michelin-starred chef Ramsay; restaurateur and wine maker Bastianich; and the youngest four-star chef in America, Elliot.

The judges are looking for passion, creativity and most importantly great flavour and taste. Only the most deserving home cooks who impress the judges will win the coveted white apron and advance to the next round of the competition.

The 50 cooking hopefuls vary in different backgrounds from teachers and homemakers to bartenders and medical consultants. For a full list of the final 50 participants, please visit our media site.

The reality series builds on the increasing popularity of the originating BBC television show, which achieved audiences of over 5 million for the final of the last main MASTERCHEF series in 2009. Internationally, MASTERCHEF has also recorded unprecedented ratings recently achieving an unprecedented 77% share in Australia where it airs on Network Ten. It has successful versions running in territories including France, the Middle East, Germany and Sweden.*

MASTERCHEF is produced by Reveille, Shine TV and One Potato Two Potato and is based on a format created by Franc Roddam and Shine TV. Shine International handles distribution for the MASTERCHEF format. Elisabeth Murdoch, Franc Roddam, Mark Koops, Howard T. Owens, Gordon Ramsay, Adeline Ramage Rooney, Pat Llewellyn, JD Roth and Todd Nelson serve as executive producers.