November 2012

Tuesday, November 27 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

When the NCIS team investigates a teenage girl’s abduction, Gibbs seeks help from a past acquaintance, Miranda Pennebaker (Alex Kingston), a well-connected woman with questionable morals. Meanwhile, Tony grows jealous when Ziva makes plans with a mysterious man.

Monday, November 26 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

McGarrett plays cat and mouse with a smart and seductive therapist who he believes murdered her patient. Meanwhile, Catherine hunts down one of Doris’s old targets who is seeking revenge.

Monday, November 26 – 9pm ET/PT on Global

Julia struggles to adjust to her new role as a stay-at-home mom while supporting Joel’s ambitions. Meanwhile, Crosby worries his disruptive neighbor could threaten the future of the Luncheonette, Sarah and Mark disagree about parenting and relationship issues, and Max is forced to make a difficult decision as Student Council President.

Monday, November 26 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

The team struggles to identify human remains without damaging it, after an elusive street artist accidently falls and lands directly into his own glue – and into the remains. Meanwhile, Booth tries his hand at a comedy club’s “open mic” night in order to seek out potential suspects, and Angela grows attracted to the street artist.

Saturday, December 1 – 11:30pm ET/PT on Global

This special episode of Saturday Night Live features a compilation of fan-favorite holiday sketches from the show’s former and present cast members, as well as guest hosts.

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Friday, November 30 – 10pm ET/ PT, 8pm AT/MT and 9pm CT on Global

Jill Krop profiles Brian Day, a BC doctor and longtime crusader for more private healthcare in Canada. Day operates two clinics in Vancouver in defiance of provincial and federal law, one of which was recently audited and found to be illegally billing patients with extra charges. Also, Sean Mallen chronicles the Canadian connection behind the quest to determine whether bones found underneath a Leicester, England parking lot are those of King Richard III.

Thursday, November 29 – 9pm ET/PT on Global

With Sectionals coming up, the glee club gets help from some of the recent McKinley graduates who volunteer to mentor them during their Thanksgiving break. Meanwhile, Rachel and Kurt plan for a quiet “orphan’s Thanksgiving” in New York with unexpected results.

CBC is bringing holiday magic to Canadians this festive season.

From the classics to the soon-to-be classics, from music, comedy, sports and everything in-between, CBC is offering holiday programming for everyone on CBC-TV, Radio One, Radio 2, CBCMusic.ca and CBC.ca. For the complete holiday schedule, go to CBC.ca/holiday.

Highlights of CBC-TV’s holiday programming include a special episode of Dragons’ Den, the new animated TV special The Magic Hocey Skates featuring the voice of Don Cherry, the CCMA Holiday Special: I’ll Be Home… and star-studded figure skating specials Stars on Ice and Holiday Festival on Ice. Continue reading »

The final episodes of the two axed dramas Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue will be altered to reflect a series finale.

Both series were given the axe by the ABC network last week, midway through their respective first seasons.

Show execs Shawn Ryan (Last Resort) and David Wilcox and Matt Miller (666 Park Avenue) confirmed to TVLine that both shows will receive endings fitting of their stories.

“We have time to tweak,” said Ryan, who will go on to work on his new project Beverly Hills Cop. Continue reading »

Following a whirlwind adventure that brought bachelor Brad Smith and 25 bachelorettes across the country andaround the world, the emotional search for love came to a dramatic end last night on Citytv’s The Bachelor Canada.

With only two bachelorettes remaining – Bianka and Whitney – Brad enlisted the help of his family before making the most important decision of his life.

Returning to his roots, Brad took both girls on individual dates in his hometown of Hudson, QC, introducing them to his father, mother, sister, brother-in-law, nephews, and best friend. The family-favourite was soon made clear, as Bianka’s warmth and personality outshone Whitney’s uncomfortable and closed-off demeanor. Worried about the man Brad became when around Whitney, his family felt that Bianka was the better match. Continue reading »