Thursday, May 17 at 10 p.m. on Bravo!

A city-wide drug bust is the dramatic backdrop to a crisis for Team One, as it struggles with a secret that could compromise the call – and end Wordy’s (Michael Cram) career.

Thursday, May 10 at 10 p.m. on Bravo!

The armed abduction of a mother and daughter leads the SRU to a broken family, a ruthless betrayal, and a deadly conclusion.

Thursday, May 3 at 10 p.m. on Bravo!

Team One face a notorious and resourceful armed robber with a huge online following.

CTV confirmed today that Pink Sky Entertainment and Avamar Entertainment have chosen to end its award-winning hit series FLASHPOINT following the conclusion of its upcoming fifth season.

Production on the final 13 new episodes, to be broadcast in 2012-2013 on CTV, is currently underway in Toronto, ON.

“Producing FLASHPOINT over the last five seasons has been an exceptional adventure,” said producers Anne Marie La Traverse and Bill Mustos. “We’ve been incredibly lucky to work with committed and supportive broadcast partners who have enabled us to reach many millions of fans across North America. While the series is still at its creative apex, we’ve decided to end the series on a high note, and give those fans the satisfaction of a fitting series conclusion in our 75th episode.”

“FLASHPOINT has paved the way for other amazing Canadian productions, proving that if you make great television, Canadians will watch,” said Phil King, President, CTV Programming and Sports. “As a network, we’re privileged to have been involved with this amazing series for five powerful seasons. We look forward to exploring new projects with the superlative creative team behind this transformative Canadian series.”

Originally developed by CTV, a pilot for FLASHPOINT (then called SNIPER) was shot in 2007. In January, 2008, CBS joined on as broadcast partner before the series began principal photography in the spring of 2008. FLASHPOINT premiered on July 11, 2008 on CTV and CBS, with 1.13 million viewers in Canada, and 8.72 million viewers in the U.S. FLASHPOINT was the first Canadian series since DUE SOUTH to air in network primetime in both Canada and the United States, leading the way for several other Canadian series to head south of the border and air on U.S. networks.    

Over the next four seasons, FLASHPOINT went on to become a sure-fire hit, averaging 1.51 million viewers both in and out of simulcast. By the time the series concludes its fifth season next year, 75 episodes of the hour-long series will have aired. FLASHPOINT has been nominated 80 times for numerous awards, including the Gemini Awards, Directors Guild of Canada Awards, Writers Guild of Canada Awards, ACTRA and PRISM. The series has won 11 Gemini Awards, including Best Dramatic Series, Best Writing in a Dramatic Series (Mark Ellis and Stephanie Morgenstern), Best Direction in a Dramatic Series (Kelly Makin), Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role (Enrico Colantoni), and Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series (Sergio Di Zio).

In addition to ION Television in the U.S., FLASHPOINT is also licensed in more than 100 territories worldwide, including RTL2 in Germany, Canal Plus in France and Veronica in the Netherlands.

8:00pm – Tuesday, December 13 on CTV

During the season four finale, Team One races to a hospital when Fire Captain Simon Griggs (guest star Dylan Neal, Blood Ties) interrupts the attempted murder of a badly burned firefighter. When they corner the suspect, the team learns he’s behind a series of deadly fires in the neighbourhood. Meanwhile Fire Captain Simon Griggs is forced to make a horrific choice – one that pushes him to the edge of revenge and suicide. Parker (Enrico Colantoni), wrestling with his own decision about his future on Team One must convince this broken man to live.

In Tuesday night’s (Dec. 6) episode of FLASHPOINT, Sgt. Parker (Enrico Colantoni) questioned his ability to lead the SRU, and the fate of Team One now hangs in the balance.

Now, while waiting for Parker’s decision, and to also hear if Sam (David Paetkau) and Jules (Amy Jo Johnson) will be re-assigned to separate teams because of their relationship together, Team One faces an explosive situation that pushes Parker to his emotional breaking point.

Will Parker learn to trust himself and continue to lead his team, or will he abandon Team One and the SRU?

Tune into the must-see Season 4 finale of FLASHPOINT on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times).

9:00pm – Tuesday, December 6 on CTV

As Parker (Enrico Colantoni) is confronted with orders to resign, Team One responds to a bio-terror call at a laboratory – forcing Sam (David Paetkau) to make a decision that puts Jules’ (Amy Jo Johnson) life at risk. Guest stars include David Alplay (THE TUDORS) and Anjali Jay (Blind Dating). Victor Garber (Titanic) also returns reprising his role as psychologist Dr. Toth.

8:00pm – Monday, November 28 on CTV

Team One defuses an explosive conflict at a high-security psychiatric hospital, only to find that a young patient, Charlie (guest star Rossif Sutherland, Poor Boys Game) has escaped, bent on confronting his former best friend.

8:00pm – Tuesday, November 22 on CTV

When Sam’s (David Paetkau) sister Natalie (Rachel Skarsten, Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer), is threatened, Spike steps up to protect her and winds up in a trap that forces him to square off against his own team.

8:00pm – Tuesday, October 11 on CTV

An armed robbery exposes a mother’s double life, while Ed (Hugh Dillon) gambles with his own safety and a promise he made to his family.