October 2010


7:00pm – Monday, October 25 on CTV

Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) race against time to stop a serial killer.

Weeknights – 7:30pm ET/PT on Global

Tina Fey and Will Ferrell talk about their upcoming movie, Megamind, on Monday, October 25. Then, on Tuesday, October 26, ET Canada catches up with Michael J. Fox in New York City for the 25th anniversary DVD release of Back to the Future. Plus, Robert Downey Jr. chats about his new film, Due Date, and Canadian comedian Russell Peters stops by the studio. ET Canada gets a behind-the-scenes look at the hit series Bones during a visit to the set on Wednesday, October 27. And on Thursday, October 28, ET Canada catches up with the cast of How I Met Your Mother on their set.

After nine weeks of competition, and more than 1.5 million votes cast on Wednesday night, CTV congratulates DENYS Drozdyuk on becoming Canada’s Favourite Dancer during the third season finale of SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA. Host Leah Miller announced live that DENYS Drozdyuk, 25, a ballroom dancer from Toronto, ON has become Canada’s Favourite Dancer, also claiming the grand prize of $100,000 as well as the keys to a brand new 2011 Mazda2 Sport.

AMANDA Cleghorn, 19, a contemporary dancer from Mississauga, ON, was declared the runner-up, also receiving the keys to their very own 2011 Mazda2 Sport. Before the winner and runner-up were announced, JEFF Mortensen, 22, a contemporary dancer from Edmonton, AB and JANICK Arseneau, 20, a contemporary dancer from Bathurst, NB, along with their fellow Top 17 Finalists, all took to the stage during the two-hour live extravaganza which featured almost 20 performances – including a special routine choreographed by Emmy Award-winner Mia Michaels for the Top 4.

After his jaw-dropping audition in Montreal, DENYS, who came to the show after graduating from the world renowned The Julliard School in New York City, quickly became a stand out in the competition. Perfecting everything from house to salsa to contemporary, this ballroom master was a true chameleon on the stage. Best known for his commitment, passion and strength, DENYS has been praised by the judges and critics for his dedication to his craft and showmanship. During the Top 10 performance show, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA guest judge and National Ballet of Canada Artistic Director Karen Kain told DENYS “You have a very special talent,” also alluding to his likeness to the ballet great Rudolph Nureyev.

Since its premiere on August 15, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA has averaged 1.11 million viewers, and with a fourth season already announced, the show will again be travelling to five cities across Canada with auditions in Saint John on November 6, Toronto on November 20, Montreal on November 27, Edmonton on December 4 and Vancouver on December 11. Registration begins at 9 a.m. in each city. Visit dance.ctv.ca for details.

For those who want to relive the two-hour SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA finale, an encore broadcast will air Tuesday, October 26 at 9 p.m. ET on MuchMusic (go to muchmusic.com to confirm local broadcast times). 

10:00pm – Sunday, October 24 on /A

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

When the killer of Horatio’s (David Caruso) wife busts out of prison and goes on a rampage, the CSIs must determine what he’s after and find him before he strikes again.

Sunday, October 24 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

A radio producer asks Nora to audition for a new show. Meanwhile, Kitty gets back into the dating game.

9:00pm – Sunday, October 24 on CTV

After 10 weeks of grueling rehearsals and spectacular performances, one competitor will dance away with the $100,000 grand prize, a 2011 Mazda 2 car and the title of Canada’s Favourite Dancer on the two-hour season finale. Also new this season, the runner-up and a lucky contest winner will also drive away with a 2011 Mazda 2 car.

9:00pm – Sunday, October 24 on /A

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

Steve Phelps, Senior Vice-President and Chief Marketing Officer for NASCAR, the sanctioning body for the #1 spectator sport in the U.S., goes undercover with one of the sport’s pit crews, participates in an exhausting training session and struggles to keep pace working alongside a grounds crew preparing for the “Daytona 500”.

9 p.m. ET – Sunday, October 24 on Space

Patrick and Pippa make a bid for freedom. Riq and Alex face the unimaginable trying to reach Kelly.

8:00pm – Sunday, October 24 on CTV

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8 p.m. ET – Sunday, October 24 on Space

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