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8:00pm – Monday, December 17 on CTV

In the final phase of the competition, the remaining four artists of coaches Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton’s teams perform during a live broadcast. One artist from each team will be a step closer to being named THE VOICE.

9:00pm – Tuesday, December 18 on CTV

Following their final performances, the vocalists learn their fate and the winner of THE VOICE is revealed live!

8:00pm – Wednesday, December 19 on CTV

In the final performance show, the remaining finalists compete live for their chance to win a $5 million recording contract with Syco/Sony Music. After the performances, it’s up to America to vote to keep their favourite acts safe in the competition.

7:00pm – Sunday, December 16 on CTV

Inspired by real-life events, in THE HORSES OF MCBRIDE, cowboy-outfitter Matt Davidson (Aidan Quinn, Unknown) has decided to sell his family ranch and find work in the city. His wife Avril (Kari Matchett, COVERT AFFAIRS, 24) and son Kenny (Edward Ruttle, HELLCATS) have embraced the move, but his daughter Nicki (MacKenzie Porter, R.L. Stine’s THE HAUNTING HOUR), who dreams of being an outfitter and mountain guide like her dad, is shocked and angry. It’s late December 2008, when two starving horses are discovered high up on the Rockies, trapped in a six foot-deep prison of snow more than 30 miles from any road. After seeing the spirit in their eyes, Nicki commits to getting them off the mountain – somehow. With no other options, she picks up a shovel and starts to dig out the mile-long path in deep snow to a groomed snowmobile trail, inspiring her father, family, and an entire community to pitch in. Encore presentation airs Friday, Dec. 21 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CTV Two

8:00pm – Saturday, December 15 on CTV

In the film TRANSFORMERS, Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf, Eagle Eye) becomes involved in a war between the heroic Autobots and the evil Decepticons – two factions of alien robots who can disguise themselves by transforming into everyday machines. The Decepticons seek control of the AllSpark, an object that would empower them to build an army by giving life to all the machines on Earth. Megan Fox (Jennifer’s Body) and Josh Duhamel (Life As We Know It) also star in the action film.

10:00pm – Thursday, December 13 on CTV

In the highly anticipated series finale, it’s all hands on deck as Team One joins forces with firefighters, paramedics, and the military to contain a threat that’s gone amiss. As Jules (Amy Jo Johnson) and Parker (Enrico Colantoni) learn the true dark origins of the bomber, they realize this is not a man that can be talked down. In the Team’s final showdown, tragedy and triumph collide as peace is kept at a painful cost.

9:00pm – Thursday, December 13 on CTV

As the rest of the doctors prepare for Bailey’s (Chandra Wilson) wedding, Richard (James Pickens, Jr.) helps her through a bout of pre-wedding jitters. Meanwhile, Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Jackson (Jesse Williams) try to convince Derek (Patrick Dempsey) to participate in a risky surgery that could fix his hand.

10:00pm – Wednesday, December 12 on CTV

When five people are killed in a small plane crash, a mile off the Vegas strip, the CSI team is called to investigate. Meanwhile, Sara (Jorja Fox) feels the strain of having a long-distance relationship with Grissom (William Petersen) when a former lover of hers is involved with the crash investigation.

7:30pm – Thursday, December 13 on CTV

Leading up to the final episode, ETALK’s Ben Mulroney sits down with the series’ stars Hugh Dillon, Enrico Colantoni, Amy Jo Johnson, David Paetkau, and Sergio DiZio on their last day on set together as a group. The poignant, all-new, 30-minute CTV special, FLASHPOINT: THE FINAL SALUTE was shot on set at “SRU Headquarters.” The cast reflect on the past five seasons, their most memorable moments, what FLASHPOINT means to them, and more.

8:00pm – Wednesday, December 12 on CTV

The remaining finalists perform live for their chance to win a $5 million recording contract with Syco/Sony Music. After the performances, it’s up to America to vote to keep their favourite acts safe in the competition.