August 2011

It was revealed live tonight that KEVIN Howe (22), a Contemporary dancer from Ottawa, ON and SHELAINA Anderson (20), a Contemporary dancer from Edmonton, AB would be leaving the SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA stage. The results were revealed live during tonight’s broadcast after host Leah Miller revealed the three couples with the lowest number of votes.

The 14 remaining dancers will take to the stage on Monday, August 8 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV (go to to confirm local listings).

The bottom three couples who performed their solos for Canada this week were JORDAN Clark (19), a Contemporary dancer from Tottenham, ON and SHANE Simpson (23), a Jazz dancer from Thornhill, ON who performed an emotional Contemporary routine to an Amy Winehouse song; KEVIN and SHELAINA who danced an angst-filled Contemporary routine; and DENITSA Ikonomova (24), a Ballroom dancer from Laval, QC and JOEY Arrigo (19), a Contemporary dancer from Newmarket, ON who steamed up the stage with an street inspired Salsa routine.

Following the reveal, each dancer had the opportunity to dance for their lives before the judges deliberated and decided that KEVIN and SHELAINA would be the next two dancers eliminated from the competition.

Opening tonight’s show was a breathtaking contemporary group number choreographed by SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA boot camp drill sergeant, choreographer and judge, Blake McGrath. Dressed in soft, flowing costumes, The Top 16 performed a heavenly and angelic routine to the music “God is Able” by Smokie Norful. 

Performing next week on Monday, August 8 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV (go to to confirm local listings) in front of judges Jean Marc Genereux and Tré Armstrong as well as guest judges Rex Harrington, Melissa Williams and Dan Karaty are:

1. ADAM LoPapa (19), a Jazz dancer from Woodbridge, ON 

2. CARLENA Britch (20), a Hip-Hop and Locking dancer from Vancouver, BC

3. CHRISTIAN Millette (28), a Ballroom dancer from Montreal, QC

4. DENITSA Ikonomova (24), a Ballroom dancer from Laval, QC

5. FRANÇOIS Pruneau (26), a Ballroom dancer from Trois-Rivières, QC

6. GEISHA Chin (19), a Contemporary dancer from Toronto, ON

7. JOEY Arrigo (19), a Contemporary dancer from Newmarket, ON

8. JORDAN Clark (19), a Contemporary dancer from Tottenham, ON 

9. JP Dubé (19), a Hip-Hop dancer from Montreal, QC

10. LINDSAY Leuschner (19), a Contemporary dancer from Stouffville, ON

11. MATT Marr (20), a Contemporary from Quispamsis, NB

12. MELISSA Mitro (23), a Contemporary dancer from Richmond Hill, ON

13. SHANE Simpson (23), a Jazz dancer from Thornhill, ON

14. YULIYA Zavadska (29), a Latin dancer from Toronto, ON


Next week, the Top 14 will work with choreographers Luther Brown, Blake McGrath, Stacey Tookey, Sabrina Matthews, Gustavo Vargas, Sho-Tyme and SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA alumni Francis Lafreniere and Claudia Primeau. 

For anyone who missed tonight’s SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA Results show, an encore airs on MuchMusic Friday, August 5 at 7 p.m. ET. Weekly encores of the Performance and Results shows air back-to-back Fridays at 7 p.m. ET on MuchMusic (visit to confirm local broadcast times). 

Tuesday, August 2 at 10 p.m. ET on MTV

Maci and Ryan argue over who has rights to Bentley on his birthday, and Amber breaks down over being separated from Leah on Halloween. Farrah struggles to spend time with Sophia while finishing her last remaining school credits, and Catelynn and Tyler look for jobs.

10:00pm – Tuesday, August 2 on CTV

Lucrezia (Holliday Grainger) tries to accept her new life and the difficult relationship with her husband alternating between complete neglect and sexual violence. As an escape, she forms an attachment to handsome young stable boy Paolo (Luke Pasqualino, SKINS). Pope Alexander VI (Jeremy Irons), guilt-ridden for subjugating his daughter to a demeaning marriage in the political interest of the family, appeals to his son-in-law’s cousin, Cardinal Ascania Sforza (Peter Sullivan, THE THICK OF IT), for assurance of his daughter’s protection from her brutish and scheming spouse.

Tuesday, August 2 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

Under intense investigation, Rebecca doubts her decision to withhold treatment to a soldier, which may have resulted in his death. Meanwhile, “Snake Eater” catches Rebecca’s attention when he returns for treatment.

9:00pm – Tuesday, August 2 on CTV

TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN is a high-octane competition series from the producers of THE AMAZING RACE and CSI. This edge-of-your-seat series gives contestants one hour to hide a briefcase worth $100,000 before they’re taken into custody and put through rigorous interrogations by actual high-ranking detectives. In the premiere episode, brothers Raul & Paul Bustamante are given one hour to hide a briefcase containing $100,000 in San Francisco. Once their time is up, they’re taken into custody by local police detectives Cliff Cook and Dean Taylor and brought to investigative headquarters.

9:00pm – Tuesday, August 2 on /A

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

The competition heats up as last week’s surprise twist puts extra pressure on the contestants’ fight to advance to the next round.

Tuesday, August 2 at 9pm ET/PT/MT (8CT) ***LIVE*** on Citytv

Judging is turned over to the American viewing audience as twelve of the top 48 acts perform live in Los Angeles for the chance to win the $1 million prize and become the most talented act in America. Howie Mandel, Piers Morgan and Sharon Osbourne star as the celebrity panel of judges and Nick Cannon hosts.

Temple Street Productions Inc. (Temple Street) and Astral’s Family Channel announced today that principal photography has begun on Season III of the popular teen live-action comedy series Wingin’ It.

The third season continues with 10 new episodes that follow the misadventures of teenage odd couple – Carl Montclaire (Dylan Everett, How to be Indie) a typical teenager trying to survive high school and ‘Angel-in-Training’ Porter Jackson (Demetrius Joyette, The Latest Buzz) tries to earn his angel wings by making Carl the most popular guy in school.

Love is in the air for Season III, a season also packed with exciting plot twists, fun romantic entanglements and more angelic mayhem.

Season III picks up the storyline with Jane Casey (Brittany Adams, The Latest Buzz), Carl’s best friend and inquisitive teen reporter, Carl, Porter and Denise (Kendra Timmins, Fiddler On The Roof) another Angel-in-Training, trying to sort out a complicated and often hilarious love triangle where Carl likes Jane but Jane likes Porter and Denise likes Carl. Angels shouldn’t date but what happens when Carl breaks the rules and Jane shadows Porter’s every move?

Joining this angelic cast are Brittany (Hannah Lochner, Life with Derek), Alex (Brian Alexander White) and Serge (Sebastian Hearn). Rounding out the cast of characters is Carl’s mom, Angela Montclaire (Jenn Robertson, Twitches, The Seán Cullen Show and Comedy Inc.) and little sister Becky Montclaire (Jamie Bloch, Flirty with Forty, The Best Years).

Also this season, more surprise guest stars join the gang at Bennett High and together with the cast, will showcase their musical talents.

On August 9, 2011, Entertainment One brings viewers their favourite angel-in-training with the complete first season of Wingin It’ on DVD.

Commissioned by Family Channel, Wingin’ It is produced by Temple Street Productions. The series was created by Frank van Keeken (The Kids in the Hall, Billable Hours) and is executive produced by Frank van Keeken, Ivan Schneeberg and David Fortier (Being Erica, Billable Hours, Canada’s Next Top Model).

8:00pm – Tuesday, August 2 on CTV

In tonight’s live results episode, host Leah Miller reveals which dancers are leaving the competition.

Tuesday, August 2 at 8pm ET/PT/MT (7CT) on Citytv

For the first time ever, Hell’s Kitchen is hosting a class reunion and in this week’s challenge, each team must come up with three menu items for the occasion. After meeting with the reunion committee members and deciding on a Hawaiian Luau theme, the teams set to work on discussing dishes and strategy; but a miscommunication threatens to throw the Red Team’s whole menu off course. The winners of this week’s challenge have a lot to cook for: a day spent on a magnificent super yacht with a Jacuzzi and fully-stocked bar. Next, it’s on to the dinner service and while the reunion committee is impressed with the d�cor, dinner leaves something to be desired. As the Blue Team flounders with raw fish, the Red Team falls increasingly behind. In elimination, Chef Ramsay must decide who will continue on to cook another day.