October 2010

Tuesday, October 26 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV

The popular documentary series returns for a third season. Get ready to meet 10 new moms-to-be – Jenelle, Nikkole, Valerie, Chelsea, Lori, Samantha, Nicole, Leah, Lizzie, and Kailyn. Each episode follows one of the girls through a five to seven month period of her pregnancy as she navigates the bumpy terrain of adolescence, growing pains, rebellion, and coming of age.

Tuesday, October 26 – 9pm ET/PT on Global

After terrorists kill a state department employee and a plastic surgeon, the team searches for the only witness who can identify the killers’ surgically altered faces.

9:00pm – Tuesday, October 26 on CTV

Another celebrity dancer and their professional partner’s dreams are crushed as they are voted off the competition.

9 p.m. ET/PT – Tuesday, October 26 on Space

As Eureka celebrates Space Week, Dr. Ramsey unveils his cutting edge invention that could allow colonization of Mars. Unfortunately, a slight malfunction may cause it to incinerate Eureka before the dream is realized. Eureka’s go-to guy for crisis intervention has just gone to Boston to visit his daughter at Harvard.

Tuesday, October 26 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

Will decides to have the glee club perform The Rocky Horror Picture Show for the annual school musical after learning of Emma’s newfound love for the cult classic. Despite Sue’s usual scheming, the members of New Directions inject their distinctive style to the show’s timeless tracks.

8:00pm – Tuesday, October 26 on CTV

Jim (Michael Chiklis) searches for the cause of some recent earthquakes, while Stephanie (Julie Benz) begins to suspect that JJ (Jimmy Bennett) may be lying about his lack of super powers.

8:00pm – Tuesday, October 26 on /A

Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 8 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Isabel Bigelow (Nicole Kidman, Australia) is a witch who moves to California in order to have a normal life without spells and magic. Meanwhile, an egocentric actor named Jack Wyatt (Will Ferrell, The Other Guys) is trying to revive his career by playing Darrin in a remake of the successful TV series BEWITCHED. When Jack meets Isabel and sees her moving her nose, he invites her to play Samantha, secretly hoping to overshadow her performance. When Isabel discovers his real intention, she becomes upset and her aunt places a curse on Jack.

Celebrities have proven they can burn-up the dance floor, but can they melt an ice rink? CTV announced today that it will air SKATING WITH THE STARS, the new reality competition series from the creative team behind hit dance competition, DANCING WITH THE STARS. The six-episode series kicks-off with a live, two-hour premiere Monday, Nov. 22 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CTV, following the DANCING WITH THE STARS final performance show at 8 p.m.

SKATING WITH THE STARS pairs a celebrity with a world-class figure skater as they compete in front of a live audience in a televised ice skating showdown. Skating pairs are critiqued by a panel of expert judges and voted on by viewers.  Each week, the couple who receives the lowest combined total of judge’s points and audience votes is eliminated. The all-star cast of SKATING WITH THE STARS will be announced on-air during the live DANCING WITH THE STARS 90 minute results show on Nov. 2 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CTV (check local listings).

After enduring hours of rigorous training, celebrities will display their best figure skating and ice dancing moves on what is sure to be one of the world’s most spectacular ice rink sets. Danger will hover close each week as the couples are challenged to incorporate various intense moves into their routines – from Double Axels to Sit Spins and Split Jumps – leaving viewers on the edge of their seats.

SKATING WITH THE STARS is produced by BBC Worldwide Productions and distributed by Disney-ABC Domestic Television. Izzie Pick (DANCING WITH THE STARS, and the UK’s STRICTLY COME DANCING) and Phil Edgar Jones (BIG BROTHER, and CELEBRITY BIG BROTHER) serve as executive producers. Paul Osborne (I’M A CELEBRITY…GET ME OUT OF HERE!, and SECRET MILLIONAIRE) will serve as co-executive producer. Alex Rudzinski (DANCING WITH THE STARS) will direct.

 

Monday, October 25 – For most people, buying or selling a house is one of the largest financial transactions they will ever experience. This morning, CANADA AM walks viewers through home-buying and selling scenarios, offering useful tips on when it makes sense to hire a realtor. Also, ‘80s icon from Down Under, Olivia Newton John, joins CANADA AM to chat about Score – A Hockey Musical, which opens in theatres this weekend.

Tuesday, October 26 – Home renovations can mean anything from updating décor with a fresh coat of paint to adding an addition. Brian Baeumler, host of popular television program DISASTER DIY, joins CANADA AM this morning, taking viewers through the type of renos that can be easily done by a home owner, and those (re-wiring the basement, anyone?) that should be left to the expert. Canadian musical artist and Blue Rodeo front man Jim Cuddy joins CANADA AM in studio. The celebrated musician chats about the new book Music From Far And Wide: Celebrating 40 Years of the Juno awards, for which he penned the foreword. And internationally renowned Canadian comedian Russell Peters joins CANADA AM to talk about his new book, Call Me Russell, which hits stores today.

Wednesday, October 27 – For car owners who wonder if they can save a few bucks changing the oil, adding new spark plugs – or countless other car-related fixes, CANADA AM brings in a mechanic who gives viewers the low-down on what can be done in the driveway at home, and when you should hand it over to an expert.

And, stunning Canadian actress and star of such Hollywood hits as Watchmen, Malin Ackerman joins CANADA AM today to discuss her latest film, The Bang Bang Club, which premiered last month at TIFF. Also, singer-songwriter Josh Ritter performs on the CANADA AM soundstage.

Thursday, October 28 – CANADA AM checks in with Charles the Butler, who offers up the flat-out best advice with tips on whether you should iron your clothing or get it pressed at the dry cleaner. Also, Five For Fighting performs on the CANADA AM soundstage.

Friday, October 29 – For anyone who has been tempted to try any one of the countless at-home waxing kits available over the counter, CANADA AM looks at the pros and cons of trying out this painful process at home vs. leaving it to the local esthetician. Also, CANADA AM welcomes professional choreographer and SYTYCD CANADA judge Blake McGrath for a live studio performance.

 

Just two days after the birth, ETALK’s Ben Mulroney speaks to an elated René Angélil about the miraculous arrival of his twin boys with wife Celine Dion in an interview airing Monday, October 25 at 7 p.m. ET and Tuesday, October 26 at 7 p.m. ET on CTV. Angélil reveals the most intimate moments from inside Celine’s delivery room over the weekend.

On whether the boys look alike:

Angélil: “They do look alike but maybe they won’t look alike in a few months because they are not identical twins.”

On the couple’s past struggles with fertility:

Angélil: “We have tried five times since March 2009 to conceive. It’s very hard for the woman, all of the injections and the ultrasounds, and the visits to the doctors and blood draws. She did that for a year and a half so when Saturday at 11:11 came, and they showed us the first baby that was crying, we were crying. It was a very emotional moment, and even though we didn’t speak to each other, we were both thinking about the time it took. We are very lucky, very privileged and very fortunate to have these boys.”

On what older son Rene Charles thinks of the new additions:

Angélil: “He was very, very happy that it was boys. I remember a few months ago when his mom told him the day we would find out the sex of the baby, his reaction pointing to his mom’s belly was ‘I hope there’s not too many girls in there.’”

On when Celine will return to work:

Angélil: “The show that she is going to do in Las Vegas is all set up. We had the meetings in Florida. The pacing of the show is done, the songs are chosen, the special effects – they are working on it, we have a whole team that has been working for a year and a half and they are still working on it. We know she is going to start rehearsing January 17 with the band, a 31-piece band, and they are going to come to Florida. It gives her three months to recoup and she thinks she can do it.”

On future play dates:

Ben: “I can’t tell you how many people here in Canada are so happy for you and Celine and of course, for Rene Charles for being a new brother, and I wanted to let you know if you need any advice on twins to give me a call.  I’ll be down in Florida at Christmas time, if you want to have a play date just let me know.”

Angélil: “That would be great. We will take you up on that.”