CSI: NY

9:00pm – Friday, January 14 on CTV

When a Spanish club promoter is found dead, Mac (Gary Sinise) must battle with the head of Barcelona’s crime lab to solve the case.

9:00pm – Friday, November 19 on CTV

Mac (Gary Sinise) goes up against the Deputy Chief of detectives when a dark secret from the chief’s past threatens his reputation and family.

9:00pm – Friday, November 12 on CTV

Synopsis currently not available.

9:00pm – Friday, November 5 on CTV

With a sniper loose in New York City, Mac (Gary Sinise) must relive an abduction case that might have created one of the city’s deadliest foes.

9:00pm – Friday, October 29 on CTV

Synopsis currently not available.

9:00pm – Friday, October 22 on CTV

A jewel heist at the penthouse of one of New York’s most powerful attorneys takes a bizarre turn as the case leads the CSIs to a seemingly unrelated man in the morgue.

9:00pm – Friday, October 15 on CTV

When a powerful gang leader is murdered, the CSI team must find the killer before a street war breaks out.

9:00pm – Friday, October 8 on CTV

When a married couple is found beaten in their home, a mother identifies her son as the killer. The CSI team believes they have their suspect, but all is not what it seems when another witness comes forward.

9:00pm – Friday, October 1 on CTV

When a young woman appears to be strangled while participating in a live online chat that Adam (AJ Buckley) witnesses, the team must determine if it was real or a hoax.

CSI: NY delivered another two million plus viewers Friday night on CTV (2.06M), anchoring CTV wins in every timeslot in total viewers and key demos with its powerful Friday night line-up. In fact, more viewers watch CTV on Friday nights than they do Global on Thursdays, delivering a commanding, pre-weekend one-two punch for CTV in tandem with CTV’s blockbuster Thursday schedule.

Friday night saw 1.05 million viewers watch MEDIUM at 8 p.m. on CTV, while new series BLUE BLOODS delivered another impressive audience at 10 p.m. with 1.6 million viewers. Both series won their hours with total viewers and the key A25-54 and A18-49 demos.

On Saturday night, CTV’s LAW & ORDER: LOS ANGELES premiered on CTV at 9 p.m. with 1.2 million viewers, becoming the most-watched program of the day and overwhelmingly winning its timeslot. Meanwhile, W5 returned for its 45th season at 7 p.m. with 824,000 viewers, up 6% compared to last year’s season premiere and up 18% compared to its season average. CTV’s CRIMETIME SATURDAY also saw strong audiences for encores of CSI: MIAMI (889,000) at 8 p.m. and LAW & ORDER: SVU (928,000) at 10 p.m.

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