CSI: Miami

10:00pm – Sunday, December 12 on CTV

After a sugar refinery explodes, the CSI’s make a shocking discovery about one of the factory’s employees.

10:00pm – Sunday, December 5 on CTV

When a pregnant woman is assaulted, Horatio (David Caruso) and the team fight for her and her baby’s life while tracking down her attacker, on the 200th episode of CSI: MIAMI.

10:00pm – Sunday, November 21 on CTV

When a fisherman narrowly escapes death, the CSIs have to dodge bullets to keep him alive and find out who’s after him.

10:00pm – Friday, November 12 on CTV

When a sugar refinery explodes, the CSI’s make a shocking discovery about one of the factory’s employees.

10:00pm – Sunday, November 7 on CTV

When a reality star is murdered, the CSIs investigate the cast, the obsessed fans, and the stars’ hidden pasts to find the killer.

10:00pm – Sunday, October 31 on CTV

When a man claims to have dreamed of a murder before it happened, Horatio (David Caruso) must send Natalia (Eva La Rue) undercover for the team to determine if he’s crazy, psychic, or just plain guilty.

10:00pm – Sunday, October 24 on /A

Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 11 p.m. MT on ACCESS

When the killer of Horatio’s (David Caruso) wife busts out of prison and goes on a rampage, the CSIs must determine what he’s after and find him before he strikes again.

CTV delivered the top four programs on Canadian television last week led by last night’s broadcast of Season 17 of THE AMAZING RACE, which saw a season-high three million viewers (2.99 million) watch the racers visit the high arctic.

The remaining Top 4 series of the week were THE BIG BANG THEORY (#2, Thursday, 2.84 million), THE MENTALIST (#3, Thursday, 2.54 million), and CRIMINAL MINDS (#4, Wednesday, 2.43 million), all on CTV.

THE AMAZING RACE anchored a Sunday night lineup that saw CTV win every hour of primetime from 7-11 p.m.:

– At 7 p.m., UNDERCOVER BOSS attracted a season high 1.44 million viewers

– At 8 p.m. THE AMAZING RACE won the night in total viewers and all key demos, with twice as many viewers as BATTLE OF THE BLADES (CBC, 1.4 million)

– At 9 p.m., DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES delivered 2 million viewers to land as the #2 program of the day behind THE AMAZING RACE with A18-34 and all three key female demos

– At 10 p.m., C.S.I.: MIAMI was up 32% compared to last week with 2.17 million viewers, delivering more than three times as many viewers as BROTHERS & SISTERS (ABC/Global; 649,000)

– Additionally, CTV’s NFL delivered a season-high 763,000 viewers at 1 p.m.

Meanwhile, CTV had another strong Friday last week, with BLUE BLOODS winning the night with nearly two million viewers (1.94 million) at 10 p.m., an increase of 11% compared to last week and ranking as the most-watched new program of the week. At

9 p.m., CSI: NY drew 1.83 million viewers, up 10% and winning the night among the three key demos.

Catch up on missed episodes on demand on the CTV Video Player at CTV.ca.

10:00pm – Sunday, October 17 on CTV

A young girl is kidnapped and the only witness is a blind man who heard the abduction, leading Horatio (David Caruso) to an old nemesis.

10:00pm – Sunday, October 10 on CTV

When a bottle girl is murdered at an exclusive club, Horatio (David Caruso) must search through Miami’s most elite guest list to find her killer.