February 2011

Monday, January 31 – 9pm ET/PT *Season Finale* on Global

Foster’s former patient, one of the founders of a social networking app, comes to the Lightman Group when she thinks she’s being squeezed out by her partner. When she turns up dead a short time later, Lightman fights against the prevailing evidence to expose the truth behind the murder.

9:00pm – Monday, January 31 on CTV

Alan (Jon Cryer) moves in with Lyndsey (Courtney Thorne-Smith) but continues to have a rendezvous with Melissa (Kelly Stables) at Charlie’s (Charlie Sheen) house.

9:00pm – Monday, January 31 on /A

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

After capturing a particularly elusive abnormal, the plane carrying Dr. Magnus (Amanda Tapping) and Will (Robin Dunne) crashes while transporting the creature.

8:30pm – Monday, January 31 on CTV

Ed (William Shatner) tries to save Henry (Jonathan Sadowski) from the embarrassment of being rejected while they are on a double date. Meanwhile, Vince (Will Sasso) and Bonnie (Nicole Sullivan) come up with an ad campaign for their real estate business.

8:00pm – Monday, January 31 on CTV

Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli) begins to question her relationship after she meets her boyfriend’s family. Meanwhile, Joy (Jane Leeves) attempts a green card scam and Victoria (Wendie Malick) dates an elderly billionaire.

8:00pm – Monday, January 31 on /A

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

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Weeknights – 7:30pm ET/PT on Global

The countdown to the SAG awards is on as Hollywood prepares for the ceremony where actors honour their peers. Also next week, don’t miss all the highlights from the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Plus, ET Canada covers the Oscar� nominations and reveals which films will be up for prestigious Academy Awards.

Weeknights – 7pm ET/PT on Global

Next week, Nancy O’Dell sits down with Glee’s Dianna Agron to talk about her new film, I Am Number Four. Also, Entertainment Tonight covers all the highlights from the Academy Award� nominations. Plus, ET reveals all the last minute preparations for the SAG awards.

Matthew Perry makes his highly-anticipated return to television in the new comedy MR. SUNSHINE, Mondays at 8 p.m. ET, beginning Feb. 7 on CTV (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times).

Also executive produced by Perry and co-starring Allison Janney, the 30-minute comedy follows a self-involved manager of a sports arena (Perry), where curious mishaps and bizarre requests are nothing more than ordinary.

MR. SUNSHINE kicks-off CTV’s hilarious new Monday night comedy block, joining new series MAD LOVE (premiering Feb. 14), TWO AND A HALF MEN and MIKE & MOLLY.

New episodes of MR. SUNSHINE are also available on demand the day following their television broadcast on the CTV Video Player at CTV.ca.

Perry stars as Ben Donovan, manager of a San Diego sports arena called the Sunshine Center. Working alongside Donovan is his boss and arena owner Crystal (Allison Janney, THE WEST WING), attractive, powerful and highly erratic; Alice (Andrea Anders, BETTER OFF TED), the cute, tomboyish marketing director and Ben’s friend with benefits; Alonzo (James Lesure, LIPSTICK JUNGLE), a former basketball player, handsome and unbelievably happy; Ben’s assistant, Heather (Portia Doubleday, The Wheeler Boys), pretty, sweet, but terrifying because she once lit a boyfriend on fire; and Crystal’s son, Roman (Nate Torrence, She’s Out Of My League), sweet-faced, clueless and Ben’s newest employee.

In the series premiere (Monday, Feb. 7 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV), it is just a typical day at work for Ben, trying to get rid of a hockey rink that won’t melt so the circus can go on that night, looking for an elephant lost in the building, and arranging an impromptu press conference to repair one of his boss’s PR nightmares. But Alice makes it memorable by ending her casual relationship with Ben to commit to another man. The fact that it just happens to be Ben’s 40th birthday, and he has just realized he doesn’t want to be alone, make it even more atypical!

Family Channel presents a Night of Premieres on Friday, February 11. The evening begins with a never-before-seen, song-filled episode of Phineas and Ferb at 4:30 p.m. ET/PT followed by new action all night long with the premiere of five fresh episodes of Family Channel favourites. The network premiere of the Popcorn Pix feature film You’re So Cupid headlines the night at 8 p.m. ET/PT. 

Phineas and Ferb head back to where the series started in the special episode, “Rollercoaster: The Musical!” at 4:30 p.m. ET/PT. The boys set out to re-create the day of the rollercoaster from the premiere episode, where they built the coolest rollercoaster ever in their backyard. While assembling the attraction, the dynamic duo breaks out into song.

Following Phineas and Ferb at 5 p.m. ET/PT, Family delivers a new episode of I’m In The Band, titled “I’m Out of the Band” in which Tripp leaves Iron Weasel in order to join the band’s archrival, Metal-Wolf. In the hour-long episode Derek, Ash and Burger try to lure Tripp back with help of NFL superstar Jerry Rice.

The students on the S.S. Tipton are put to the test in a new episode of The Suite Life on Deck premiering at 6 p.m. ET/PT. In “The Play’s the Thing,” Miss Tutweiler assigns the class a project to write and direct their own play. When Cody and Bailey each write their own version of their break-up, they forget they are presenting to a live audience and the performance turns into a fight about what really happened. Keeping with the lonely hearts theme, Sonny decides to write a song about her break-up with Chad in the season two finale of Sonny With A Chance at 6:30 p.m. ET/PT.

The night continues to be action packed with a new episode of Hannah Montana Forever, premiering at 7 p.m. ET/PT. In “I Am Mamaw, Hear Me Roar!” Mamaw isn’t pleased when Miley’s new life interferes with their one-on-one time. Talk show host Kelly Ripa (Live! with Regis and Kelly) guest stars as herself. 

In a new episode of Wizards of Waverly Place airing at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT, Alex enrolls in Justin’s Wiz Tech delinquent class much to Justin’s dislike and an accidental mutant spell is created and Max is turned into a seven-year-old little girl, ‘Maxine.’

Finally, You’re So Cupid premieres at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The movie follows fraternal twin sisters Emma (Danielle Chuchran) and Lily (Caitlin E.J. Meyer) who are as different as night and day. Inseparable since the day they were born, Emma and Lily have an insatiable desire to play matchmaker, even though they’ve never fallen in love themselves. As they enter their senior year in high school, Emma and Lily finally each find themselves falling for a guy; however, life gets complicated when they discover they’re both in love with the same boy. Sisterhood is tossed out the window as they plot to sabotage each other in order to win their crush’s affections.