10:00pm – Wednesday, May 9 on CTV

The CSI team investigates three dead bodies just blocks away from a campaign dinner, they think they know who the killer is before making a shocking discovery. Guest stars include Peri Gilpin (FRASIER) as D.B. Russell’s (Ted Danson) wife, Enrique Murciano (WITHOUT A TRACE) as Detective Carlos Moreno, Conor O’Farrell (JUSTIFIED) reprises his role as former Undersheriff Jeffrey McKeen and Jaclyn Smith (CHARLIE’S ANGELS) as Hodges (Wallace Langham) mother.

10:00pm – Wednesday, May 2 on CTV

When a bomb kills an off-road race truck driver mid-race, the CSI team is called on the scene to investigate.

10:00pm – Wednesday, April 11 on CTV

Synopsis is currently unavailable.

10:00pm – Wednesday, April 4 on CTV

When the CSI team is called in to investigate a man who is shot at point-blank range in a local casino, they shut down the entire building to find the killer.

10:00pm – Wednesday, March 21 on CTV

When the CSI team is called in to investigate a robbery-homicide at an “Alice In Wonderland” themed wedding, they have little to work with to find a killer. Meanwhile, Hodges’ (Wallace Langham) mother (guest star Jaclyn Smith, CHARLIE’S ANGELS) comes to town and he wants her to believe Morgan (Elisabeth Harnois) is his girlfriend.

10:00pm – Wednesday, March 14 on CTV

Synopsis currently unavailable

10:00pm – Wednesday, February 22 on CTV

When a house is stolen completely off its foundation, the CSIs are on the case in search of answers. Meanwhile, new CSI Julie Finlay (Elisabeth Shue) showcases her skill in blood analysis.

10:00pm – Wednesday, February 15 on CTV

Following Marg Helgenberger’s exit, Academy Award-nominee Elisabeth Shue (Leaving Las Vegas) debuts as new character Julie Finlay. As the newest CSI fresh off an anger management course, Julie brings her own drama to the team amid rumours that D.B. Russell (Ted Danson) fired her when she worked for him in Seattle.

10:00pm – Wednesday, February 8 on CTV

When a woman is found dead in vintage clothes with her hair styled into a 70s look, the CSI team discovers clues that point to a killer with a hair fetish.

CTV locked up Wednesday night with Marg Helgenberger’s departure from perennial favourite CSI, which pulled in 3.11 million viewers last night at 10 p.m., the series’ highest audience since January 2009.

For the day, CSI was #1 with total viewers and all key demos, attracting million plus audiences among A25-54 (1.22 million) and A18-49 (1.2 million) and becoming the most-watched program of the week.

Overall, it was a killer Wednesday for CTV as the network delivered the Top 3 most-watched programs of the day, winning each hour of primetime (8-11 p.m.) both nationally and in Toronto in total viewers and all key demos.

At 8 p.m., AMERICAN IDOL won its timeslot with 2.31 million viewers, up 24% with A18-34 and +10% with A18-49 from last week. For the day, AMERICAN IDOL was #2 with A18-34 after CSI.

At 9 p.m., CRIMINAL MINDS captured a season-high 2.45 million viewers, ranking #2 for the day with total viewers, A18-49 and A25-54. The series’ 150th episode delivered almost 1 million more viewers at 9 p.m. than the preview of the new series TOUCH (1.5 million, GLOBAL/FOX).

CTV’s Top 3 programs of the night CSI, CRIMINAL MINDS and AMERICAN IDOL each pulled in million + audiences in 18-49 and 25-54 and are also the Top 3 programs of the week to date.