January 2011

10 p.m. ET/PT – Monday, January 24 on Space

A surprise guest wreaks havoc on Aidan’s life. Josh faces a familial dilemma. Danny tells the story of how Sally died.

9:30pm – Monday, January 24 on CTV

When Mike (Billy Gardell) invites Molly (Melissa McCarthy) over to his apartment, his plans for romance are interrupted by an untimely call from his mom, Peggy (guest star Rondi Reed, You Don’t Know Jack).

Monday, January 24 – 9pm ET/PT on Global

Cal investigates the abduction of a baby and comes to believe that the child’s mother is hiding something.

9:00pm – Monday, January 24 on CTV

When Lindsey (Courtney Thorne-Smith) asks Alan (Jon Cryer) to move in with her, Charlie (Charlie Sheen) will do anything to get Alan to say yes.

9:00pm – Monday, January 24 on /A

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

After thieves make a dramatic escape that baffles police, Dr. Magnus (Amanda Tapping) suspects an abnormal’s involvement.

8:30pm – Monday, January 24 on CTV

Still resentful that his father didn’t take responsibility for his parent’s divorce years ago, Henry (Jonathan Sadowski) is outraged when Ed (William Shatner) refuses to be blamed for getting a DMV employee fired.

Monday, January 24 at 8pm ET/PT (7pm CT, 9pm MT) on Citytv

The drama continues to escalate as 14 bachelorettes try to stake their claim to Brad’s heart. A thrilled Chantal is the recipient of the first individual date that takes Brad and her diving, however, it turns out that Chantal has a phobia about water. The next day Brad takes nine lucky women on a date they won’t soon forget. Then, Brad picks up Michelle for the one on one date and she has mysteriously acquired a black eye. After a tense rose ceremony, 11 women remain to begin the fabulous worldwide adventure with Brad. Next stop: Las Vegas!

Monday, January 24 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

House and the team try to link symptoms of a teenage military recruit and his drill sergeant (guest star Sasha Roiz). Meanwhile, House secretly helps Cuddy’s daughter, Rachel, get into a prestigious preschool, and someone posts a disparaging photo of Chase on a social networking site.

8:00pm – Monday, January 24 on CTV

In the second season premiere, Elka (Betty White) encounters an old friend in prison, while Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli), Joy (Jane Reeves) and Victoria (Wendie Malick) struggle to raise money for her bail. Meanwhile, Joy gets an interesting letter from the INS and Victoria loses her fortune. Mary Tyler Moore guest stars.

Shaftesbury Sales Company, the distribution arm of leading production company Shaftesbury, today announced that Starz Entertainment in the United States has acquired two titles from its award-winning kids and family slate for broadcast in 2011: Vacation with Derek, the movie follow up to the hit series Life with Derek; and tween series Baxter, which follows a group of friends at a performing arts high school.

Vacation with Derek (1 x 90 minutes) is the movie follow-up to Shaftesbury’s global hit series, Life with Derek (70 x 30 minutes), which is broadcast in more than 120 countries worldwide. Derek (Michael Seater) and Casey (Ashley Leggat) further their sibling rivalry in this continuation of the series when they are forced to spend summer vacation with their hard-edged grandmother at her lakeside lodge.

Produced by Shaftesbury, the movie premiered on Family Channel in Canada in June 2010, and ranked as the number one show for the day across all networks with audiences 2+ during its premiere broadcast on June 25.*

Baxter (13 x 30 minutes) follows a group of teens on their journey through a school for the performing arts, where the students will do anything they can to stand out. Baxter McNab (Evan Williams, Degrassi: The Next Generation) and his friends at the Northern Star School of the Arts find the stress of a science test nothing compared to a dance recital, music performance or directing a short film, and soon learn that the key to success at their special high school is to stick together as they negotiate crushes, auditions and the occasional bout of stage fright.

Baxter is produced by Shaftesbury and premiered on Family Channel in Canada in May 2010.