October 2010

10 p.m. ET/PT – Friday, October 1 on Space

Control of the Destiny hangs in the balance as the battle continues between the crew and the Lucian Alliance.

Friday, October 1 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

When a baby dies after being left in a hot car, Garza takes to the mother’s defence under the Equal Protection Clause. However, saddled with an emotionally distant defendant, Garza might need more than Mereta and Al’s help to prove his client’s innocence. Meanwhile, Eddie and Lucinda branch off to cover one of Al’s former clients.

9:00pm – Friday, October 1 on CTV

When a young woman appears to be strangled while participating in a live online chat that Adam (AJ Buckley) witnesses, the team must determine if it was real or a hoax.

Friday, October 1 – 9pm ET/PT on Global

When a power failure leaves Rankin Inlet exposed to the brutal northern elements, Justin races to deliver an emergency generator. Ramp hand Jeremy tries to move ahead of co-worker Audrey by training a new hire from India to replace him, and when the recession nips at Joe’s heels, he tries to broker a $7-million deal that could save Buffalo’s hide.

CSI: NY delivered another two million plus viewers Friday night on CTV (2.06M), anchoring CTV wins in every timeslot in total viewers and key demos with its powerful Friday night line-up. In fact, more viewers watch CTV on Friday nights than they do Global on Thursdays, delivering a commanding, pre-weekend one-two punch for CTV in tandem with CTV’s blockbuster Thursday schedule.

Friday night saw 1.05 million viewers watch MEDIUM at 8 p.m. on CTV, while new series BLUE BLOODS delivered another impressive audience at 10 p.m. with 1.6 million viewers. Both series won their hours with total viewers and the key A25-54 and A18-49 demos.

On Saturday night, CTV’s LAW & ORDER: LOS ANGELES premiered on CTV at 9 p.m. with 1.2 million viewers, becoming the most-watched program of the day and overwhelmingly winning its timeslot. Meanwhile, W5 returned for its 45th season at 7 p.m. with 824,000 viewers, up 6% compared to last year’s season premiere and up 18% compared to its season average. CTV’s CRIMETIME SATURDAY also saw strong audiences for encores of CSI: MIAMI (889,000) at 8 p.m. and LAW & ORDER: SVU (928,000) at 10 p.m.

Catch up on missed episodes on demand on the CTV Video Player at CTV.ca.

8:00pm – Friday, October 1 on CTV

Allison (Patricia Arquette) begins to see floating symbols above people’s heads, signs that she thinks could match people up with their mates.

8:00pm – Friday, October 1 on /A

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

“In the Dead of Night” tells the remarkable tale of the murders of respected farm couple Wayne and Sharmon Stock near Omaha, Nebraska in 2006. A week later, the couple’s nephew confesses to the murders and names his accomplice. The eventual unraveling of the entire case is due to one piece of evidence overlooked at the crime scene: a simple gold ring.

8 p.m. ET/PT – Friday, October 1 on Space

After Lois departs for Egypt, the Daily Planet hires a new reporter by the name of Kat Grant to take her place. An assassin named Deadshot takes aim at Kat – but Clark learns the man has a dangerous hidden agenda that involves The Blur. Meanwhile, Carter Hall turns up in Egypt to keep an eye on Lois and he tells Lois about his wife Shayera.

Friday, October 1 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

Naomi turns to sleeping pills to combat nightmares about her rape. Meanwhile, Silver is invited to Mr. Cannon’s place to see a documentary; Teddy indulges in a drunken hookup; Annie gets a compelling offer from her boss; Dixon discovers his assumptions about Ivy were wrong; and Adrianna’s performance of a stolen song goes viral.

Following Wednesday night’s Performance show 10 dancers are now left to face another week on CTV’s SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA after CLAUDIA Primeau, 26, a Ballroom dancer from Montreal, QC and JONATHAN Arsenault, 26, a Contemporary dancer from Kitchener, ON were eliminated.

The Top 10 have survived various dance styles including jazz, jive and hip-hop to contemporary, theatre and afro jazz and range in age from 19 to 25.

Representing communities from coast to coast with three from British Columbia, two from Alberta, one from Saskatchewan, three from Ontario, and one from New Brunswick.

The Top 10 have now made it through five rounds of eliminations. The winner will dance away with $100,000, and both the winner and runner-up will receive the keys to a brand new Mazda2.

During tonight’s live broadcast, host Leah Miller announced the bottom three couples; CHARLENE Hart, 24, from Abbotsford, BC and EDGAR Gilbert-Reyes, 22 from Calgary, AB who performed a spicy Salsa routine; CLAUDIA Primeau, 26, from Montreal, QC and Jonathan Arsenault, 26, from Kitchener, who performed a bumpin’ Hip-Hop routine and NATHALIE Heath, 23, from Surrey, BC and SEBASTIAN Mersch, 21, from Toronto, ON who performed a groovy Disco routine.

After each competitor had the opportunity to dance for their lives, the judges deliberated and announced that CLAUDIA and JONATHAN would be eliminated from the competition, just shy of making the coveted Top 10.

Before the bottom three couples were announced, the Top 12 took to the stage to perform a contemporary group number choreographed by two-time Emmy Award-winning choreographer Mia Michaels. With 13 chairs perfectly aligned on stage, the Top 12 performed individual movements, occasionally connecting with each other. Based on Michaels’ personal experience with rejection, the piece was set to the original Broadway cast recording of “Will I?” from Rent.

The Top 10 will continue to face new choreography and new partners each and every week, but who stays and who goes is in the hands of Canada, as viewer votes solely determine who continues in the competition and who goes home. After the votes are tallied following the performance show on Wednesday, October 6 at 8 p.m. ET, two more dancers will be eliminated on Thursday, October 7 at 8:30 p.m. ET (go to CTV.ca to confirm local listings). The judges will provide feedback to the dancers, but the guy and girl who receive the lowest number of Canada’s votes will be eliminated from the competition.


•AMANDA Cleghorn, 19, a Contemporary dancer from Mississauga, ON

“WOW! I’m so lucky to have gotten this far! Making it to this point has been something I’ve always wished for and I’m so happy to be a part of the Top 10! This definitely is a once in a lifetime opportunity and it wouldn’t be possible without the amazing support I have behind me. I appreciate every single person who has taken the time to pick up the phone to vote for me. Every week that I’m here I learn something new and I’m so grateful to be doing what I love and performing in front of Canada!”

•CHARLENE Hart, 24, a Contemporary Jazz dancer from Abbotsford, BC

“Making the Top 10 is something that I’ve really worked hard to achieve and is a dream come true. Making it this far makes me so proud of the support that I have coming from home. I know that my hometown family and friends are behind me the whole way, and I’m so grateful for the encouragement that I’m receiving. I hope that I continue to encourage anyone – especially my students back home – to follow their dreams and to know that anything is possible if you just go for it.”

•DANIELLE Gardner, 21, a Contemporary dancer from Surrey, BC

“First of all, I want to thank my family, friends and fans for all of their support and love; I wouldn’t be here without it! I’m grateful that I’ve made it to the Top 10 so I can inspire others facing medical restrictions and show them that no matter what you can still achieve your dreams. This has been the best experience of my life and I’ll never forget one moment of this journey.”

•DENYS Drozdyuk, 25, a Ballroom dancer from Toronto, ON

“Shout out to everybody who has supported and believed in me throughout the competition. I am extremely happy to have made it this far as this show has proved to be a life changing experience for me. I will keep working hard and will always strive to touch your hearts. Love you all!”

•EDGAR Gilbert-Reyes, 22, a Hip-Hop dancer from Calgary, AB

“I’m so thankful to have made it into the Top 10. It’s been an incredible growing experience. I want to thank all of my supporters for giving me this opportunity to showcase the love I have for dance.”

•JANICK Arseneau, 20, a Contemporary dancer from Bathurst, NB

“Making it to the Top 10 was the cherry on my sundae – yummy! I couldn’t have made it without the support of my hometown and everyone across the country who have been voting for me every week and keeping me in the competition. Thank you for letting me prove that dreams do come true.”

•JEFF Mortensen, 22, a Contemporary dancer from Edmonton, AB

“First of all, thank you to everyone who has supported me. It’s really been the driving force behind me getting this far in the competition. I have already learned so much and will continue to do so as long as I can. I also want to thank every dancer here because they have been a second family.”

•MACKENZIE Green, 20, a Contemporary dancer from Regina, SK

“I want to thank everyone in Regina, and across the country, who have been supporting me throughout this amazing journey. Making the Top 10 has been the biggest accomplishment of my life and has really helped me grow as both a dancer and a person.”

•NATHALIE Heath, 23, a Contemporary dancer from Surrey, BC

“This is a complete dream come true. I have wanted to be part of this show for three years, and reaching the Top 10 was my ultimate goal. I am so grateful for the unconditional support from friends, family and fans. I couldn’t ask for a better outcome.”

•SEBASTIAN Mersch, 21, a Contemporary dancer from Toronto, ON

“Wow! I can’t even begin to describe what this journey has meant to me. I can’t thank everyone enough for their support. This show has made me grown in ways I never thought possible, and I will never forget the people I’ve met – or this experience. Thanks a bunch!”

Offering their advice and support behind the judge’s desk next week are judges Jean Marc Genereux and Tré Armstrong, and guest judges Karen Kain and Dan Karaty. For the Top 10 performance show, the competitors will work with returning choreographers Stacey Tookey, Pierre Allaire and Gustavo Vargas, as well as judges Luther Brown and Blake McGrath.

An encore of the Top 12 Performance and Results episodes will air on MuchMusic Saturday, October 2 beginning at 5 p.m. ET (visit muchmusic.com to confirm local broadcast times), and highlights from the weekly SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA episodes, including performances, and behind-the-scenes interviews will be available on demand on the CTV Video Player at CTV.ca. For up-to-date information, visit the series’ official website, dance.ctv.ca which gets fans up close and personal with their favourite dancers, judges and choreographers through exclusive photo galleries and blogs, while also providing news, episode recaps, a music guide, quizzes, forums and more.

The Season 4 Audition Tour will be travelling to five cities across Canada with registration beginning at 9 a.m. Audition details are listed below (subject to change). Visit dance.ctv.ca for details.

City Date Venue

Saint John, NB Saturday, November 6 Imperial Theatre

24 King Square South

Toronto, ON Saturday, November 20 Metro Toronto Convention Centre 

John Bassett Theatre

255 Front St. W.

Montreal, QC Saturday, November 27 Théâtre St-Denis

1594 St-Denis Street

Edmonton, AB Saturday, December 4 The Citadel Theatre 

9828 101A Avenue

Vancouver, BC Saturday, December 11 The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts 

777 Homer Street


Viewers can also find out more information about SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA on the show’s official Twitter account at twitter.com/SYTYCDCanada, and on the show’s Facebook page at facebook.com/SYTYCDCanada.