10:00pm – Monday, November 8 on CTV

While investigating the murder of a New York City subway worker found shot to death in Central Park, Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) unexpectedly uncover the shocking and violent abduction of a young boy.

10:00pm – Monday, November 1 on CTV

Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) investigate a murder that thrusts them into the world of male stripping.


7:00pm – Monday, October 25 on CTV

Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) race against time to stop a serial killer.

10:00pm – Monday, October 18 on CTV

When a gorgeous doctor is found murdered, Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) investigate the bed-hopping intrigue at a hospital.

10:00pm – Monday, October 11 on CTV

Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett’s (Stana Katic) case of a young man killed by a 200-year-old bullet takes them into a secret steampunk society.

10:00pm – Monday, October 4 on CTV

When a coded document hidden by a murdered bail bondsman gets Castle’s (Nathan Fillion) imagination running wild, Beckett (Stana Katic) must steer the case back to the violent felons who populated their victim’s world. Beckett soon discovers that Castle’s crazy theories aren’t so outrageous after all.

As the Fall TV season settles in, CASTLE wrote a new chapter Monday night on CTV when it won the 10 p.m. hour over HAWAII FIVE-0 with 1.82 million viewers on CTV.

CASTLE outperformed HAWAII FIVE-0 (Global/CBS, 1.7 million) by 11% in the much coveted A18-34 demo, powering itself to an overall 6% win in total viewers across Canada.

Meanwhile, DANCING WITH THE STARS danced the night away to win Monday with 2.35 million viewers on CTV, surpassing HOUSE at 8 p.m. ET (Global/FOX, 2.26 million). DANCING WITH THE STARS was also the #1 show of the day in the key Toronto market with total viewers and among young adults, A18-34.

The evening started strong when THE BIG BANG THEORY earned an amazing 1.5 million viewers – a record for the series in its 7:30 p.m. strip timeslot – ranking the show in first place for its timeslot with total viewers and in all key demos, and in third place overall for the day with A18-34.

Over on /A\, an eventful TWO AND A HALF MEN was #2 at 9 p.m. behind DANCING WITH THE STARS with 1.07 million viewers, outpacing both THE EVENT (Citytv/NBC, 1 million) and LONESTAR (Global/FOX; 482,000).

DANCING WITH THE STARS continues tonight with the Results Show at 9 p.m. ET, following the series premiere of NO ORDINARY FAMILY at 8 p.m. ET on CTV.

All of last night’s episodes on CTV are available now on demand on the CTV Video Player at

With the dust now settled on the first week of the Fall television season, a ratings review reveals that no matter how you look at it, CTV overwhelmingly wins Premiere Week with:

#1 Show of the Week: THE BIG BANG THEORY premiered to 3.11 million viewers on its new day and time, a new Canadian record.

3 of the Top 4 New Shows of the Fall: BLUE BLOODS (2.126 million), THE DEFENDERS (1.915 million), $#*! MY DAD SAYS (1.485 million).

Audience increases for key series: THE BIG BANG THEORY and CASTLE delivered series-high audiences, while DANCING WITH THE STARS had its most-watched premiere ever.

Six out of seven nights: in primetime CTV delivered more viewers on six out of seven nights compared to the competition.*

86% of primetime timeslots: CTV wins 24 of the 28 primetime timeslots from 7-11 p.m., Monday-Sunday, in total viewers; 20 of 28 for A25-54; 21 of 28 for A18-49; and 23 of 28 for A18-34.*

78% more viewers in primetime: from 7-11 p.m. during premiere week, CTV delivered 78% more viewers than Global among total viewers, 145% more than CBC, and 304% more than Citytv. Against Global, CTV led by 49% among A25-54 and 51% among A18-49.

Wins on every night, every timeslot: CTV’s diversified schedule exhibited its strength with timeslot wins throughout the week on every night and in every timeslot.

11 of Top 15 shows in Canada last week:

THE BIG BANG THEORY (CTV, Thursday)      3,112,100

HOUSE (Global, Monday)                                      2,699,300

THE MENTALIST (CTV, Thursday)                     2,642,500

CRIMINAL MINDS (CTV, Wednesday)                2,639,400

GREY’S ANATOMY (CTV, Thursday)                 2,528,400

SURVIVOR (Global, Wednesday)                                    2,483,000

DANCING WITH THE STARS (CTV, Monday) 2,479,000

THE AMAZING RACE (CTV, Sunday)                2,437,900

CSI: NY (CTV, Friday)                                             2,324,600

GLEE (Global, Tuesday)                                         2,180,200

HAWAII FIVE-0 (Global, Monday)                         2,136,400

BLUE BLOODS (CTV, Friday)                              2,126,000

DANCING WITH THE STARS (CTV, Tuesday)            2,086,200

CASTLE (CTV, Monday)                                        1,921,300

THE DEFENDERS (CTV, Wednesday)              1,915,200     

10:00pm Monday, September 27 on CTV

When a famous psychic is murdered, Beckett (Stana Katic) and Castle (Nathan Fillion) search for her killer while also carrying on a spirited debate on the existence of extrasensory abilities. Evidence mounts on both sides, especially when a letter arrives from the victim, penned the day she was killed and predicting her own death – or was it written by a clever killer, hoping to throw off the investigation?

10:00pm – Monday, September 20 on CTV

Synopsis currently not available.