December 2010

Tuesday, December 28 at 8:30 p.m. ET on MTV

Notorious for its nightlife, Jessi takes on L.A. after dark – from the most elite clubs to the hottest red carpets. Cruickshank explores what is just the right amount of “slutty” for the clubs, and how to become a VIP.

8:00pm – Tuesday, December 28 on /A

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

See Monday, Dec. 27 for description.

8:00pm – Tuesday, December 28 on CTV

STICKS AND STONES is the story of how a Canadian Pee-Wee hockey team in Fredericton, New Brunswick, mended Canadian/U.S. relations in the world of amateur sport. In the movie, the captain of a Canadian Pee-Wee hockey team organizes a tournament to make amends for the horrible treatment an American team received during a visit to Canada in March, 2003.

 

Watch Beverly Thomson, Seamus O’Regan, Marci Ien, and Jeff Hutcheson on CANADA AM weekdays beginning at 6 a.m. ET on CTV.

Monday, Dec. 27

·         THE GRINCH: CANADA AM catches up with the Grinch for an exclusive interview. 

·         THE GRINCH WHO STOLE CHRISTMAS: cast performs fan favourites from the musical currently playing at the Sony Centre. 

·         BEST OF SEGMENTS: so nice we’ll play them twice! Sarah McLachlan, Ian Tyson, Mike Tompkins, Jim Cuddy, and Rich Springfield.

 

Tuesday, Dec. 28

·         JANETTE EWEN: one of Canada’s leading décor and lifestyle experts brings inspirational ideas for chic and cheap New Years Eve parties.

·         SAM WORTHINGTON: sits down with Seamus O’Regan to talk about his new film The Debt.

·         CLAUDIA JOSEPH: is the Author of Kate: The Making of a Princess and gives insight to the extraordinary journey her family has made from the mining villages of Durham to an apartment in the royal residence of Clarence House – it is an authoritative account of Kate Middleton’s life so far.

 

Wednesday, Dec. 29 

·         CHRIS MILLS: executive chef at Joeys restaurants has designed the perfect appetizers to kick-off any New Years party with a bang and maybe a sizzle.

·         TOP MUSIC STORIES: the always entertaining music industry has had some heavy duty headlines this year – here to break them down in music public relations professional Eric Alper.

 

Thursday, Dec. 30  

·         CHAMPAGNE OR SPARKILING WINE: The LCBO’s Michael Fagan breaks down the pro’s and con’s and suggests a few bubbly beverages that will impress your guest.

·        TOP ENTERTAINMENT STORIES: Canadian entertainment writer based out of Los Angeles joins CANADA AM to break down the top entertainment headlines of 2010.

·         LIBERTY SILVER: Canada’s jazz diva performs a song form her new jazz album Groove Symphony.

 

Friday, Dec. 31

·         JENNIFER ROBINSON: former six-time national skating champion gives Beverly Thomson,  Seamus O’Regan and Jeff Hutcheson a skating lesson at Nathan Philips Square.

·         CANADA AM CONTRIBUTORS get in on the fun, dropping by to wish viewers a happy New Years Eve are travel expert Loren Christie, fitness expert Libby Norris, film critic Richard Crouse, consumer reporter Pat Foran, and décor expert Karl Lohnes.

·         CANADA AM’s BEST OF 2010: CANADA AM takes a look back at their favourite guests of 2010 – Taylor Swift’s special performance, the whole cast of The Big Bang Theory, Paul Potts and KT Tunstall.

 

Global Winnipeg is pleased to announce it is the first local Winnipeg television station to broadcast in high-definition. With the launch of its new digital, over-the-air transmitter, Global Winnipeg viewers will now be able to catch their favourite Global Television programs – including Glee, Bones, ET Canada and Survivor – in full HD. 

“The move to HD affirms our position as a market leader, providing Winnipeg viewers with the benefits of an over-the-air high definition broadcast signal,” said Barbara Williams, Senior Vice-President, Content, Shaw Media. “This is the next logical step in providing an enhanced viewing experience with superior audio and video quality.”

Global Winnipeg’s high definition signal will provide a substantial increase in sharpness and clarity, along with a far superior color resolution and exceptional audio clarity over analog and standard definition TV broadcasts. The Global Winnipeg HD signal will be available on the following channels: 

Shaw Cable:  Channel 211
MTS Digital TV: Channel 455
Over the air: Channel 40

In addition to the new HD signal, Global Winnipeg’s current analog over-the-air signal will continue to be available to viewers. Global Winnipeg will broadcast an over-the-air signal in both an analog and a digital format until the summer of 2011, to coincide with the phasing-out of over-the-air analog television signals in major markets across Canada. 

In keeping with Global Television’s network-wide move to high-definition, Winnipeg is the fifth Global Television market to move to HD, following Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, and Toronto. 

 

Monday, December 27 at 8:30pm ET/PT (7:30pm CT, 9:30pm MT) on Citytv

Audrey (Megyn Price) starts her own cookie business after she gets bored with not having a job; and Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) tries to fit in with the other guys.

Monday, December 27 at 8:30 p.m. ET on MTV

In this exclusive three part series, former MTV Host Jessi Cruickshank takes on the bright lights of Hollywood, providing the low-down on how to come out on top in L.A. Cruickshank begins with a look into finding work among the stars. With her signature sarcasm on everything from celebs to navigating breast sizes and tan shades, Cruickshank shows viewers how to survive in the city she now calls home.

Monday, December 27 at 8pm ET/PT (7pm CT, 9pm MT) on Citytv

Marshall (Jason Segel) and Lily (Alyson Hannigan) research how to conceive a baby with the gender of their choice. Meanwhile, Robin (Cobie Smulders) is growing more and more irritated by her perky new co-anchor.

8:00pm – Monday, December 27 on /A

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

Filmed amidst the spectacular scenery of Prince Edward Island, this EMMY� Award-winning production follows the enchanting life of orphan Anne Shirley (Megan Follows, ROBSON ARMS), from her struggles as an adolescent to her triumphs as a young woman. Along with Follows, Tony� Award-winner Colleen Dewhurst (A Moon for the Misbegotten) and Academy Award�-nominee Richard Farnsworth (The Natural) give unparalleled performances in this critically acclaimed motion picture, based on the international best-selling novel of the same name.

8:00pm – Monday, December 27 on CTV

The Degrassi gang ventures to L.A. via school bus and plane to score parts in Mewesical High, a musical directed by Jason Mewes. And what would a trip to Hollywood be without some star sightings? Perez Hilton, Vivica A. Fox and Pete Wentz are just a few of the celebs that cross paths with the Degrassi gang in this CTV original movie.