Flashpoint

8:00pm – Friday, July 29 on CTV

When Sue Fuller (Cynthia Preston, HAVEN) and her daughter Jess (Jordy Benattar, Charlie & Me) are abducted at gunpoint, Team One quickly discovers that Jess’s estranged grandmother Elaine (Linda Thorson, EMMERDALE FARM) may be involved. However, her fear and the crippling effect of Alzheimer’s prevent her from cooperating with the SRU. While Parker (Enrico Colantoni) and Jules (Amy Jo Johnson) work to bring Elaine on their side, the rest of Team One scrambles to locate Sue and Jess, who are in the clutches of kidnappers all too willing to sacrifice their hostages’ lives to save their own.

8:00pm – Friday, July 22 on CTV

Team One is hot on the trail of Jamie Dee (Brett Dier, MR. YOUNG), a young and charismatic modern-day Robin Hood who targets corporations, exposing their corrupt practices to a youthful horde of adoring online followers. When the Team identifies a pattern in Jamie’s crimes, they fear he’s working toward a final heist that will put his life – and others – in grave danger.

The Season 4 premiere and cliff-hanger resolution of FLASHPOINT on CTV was the most-watched program overall on Canadian television Friday night with 1.4 million viewers. Up 27% among A18-34 from its Season 3 premiere, the brand-new episode also won the night with the key demos A18-34, A18-49, and A25-54. FLASHPOINT was the top entertainment program of the day in Toronto and Vancouver, and saw increases compared to its Season 3 premiere in both markets with A18-49 and A25-54. In Vancouver alone, FLASHPOINT increased by double and triple digits.

In the riveting season premiere, Ed survives (five gun shots!), his baby is delivered, Sam and Jules push the boundaries of their relationship, and Team One is put on probation by Dr. Toth (Victor Garber). The episode is now available on the CTV Video Player at CTV.ca. 

In the U.S. the premiere attracted 6.23 millions viewers for CBS, making it the most-watched program in its hour with A18-49 and A25-54. The episode was also up 50% with A18-49 and 31% with A25-54 compared to its last original episode.*  

In next week’s new episode of FLASHOINT entitled “Good Cop” (Friday, July 15 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV), Team One is called to escort officer Bill Greeley (Max Martini, CASTLE) from the court house after he’s found innocent in the shooting of Luc Buteau (Ashley Brown), an unarmed black student. The crowd of angry protesters, led by Luc’s father Jean Paul (Julian D. Christopher, HUMAN TARGET), becomes a full-fledged riot under the sway of violent Black Bloc Anarchists targeting the police. During the melee, Greeley is abducted and Team One must race to rescue him from a vengeful and unexpected assailant.

8:00pm – Friday, July 8 on CTV

In the Season 4 premiere, rushed to the hospital after a shocking attack, Ed (Hugh Dillon) risks his recovery from gunshot wounds to be with his wife Sophie (Janaya Stephens, Death Race), who’s in the middle of a dangerously complicated labour. Meanwhile, the rest of Team One hunts for Ed’s shooter, under the scrutiny of psychologist Dr. Toth (guest star Victor Garber, ALIAS), who believes the team may have to be disbanded after too many high-stake calls.

Ever since last February’s post-Superbowl, jaw-dropping cliff-hanger finale, FLASHPOINT viewers have been lighting up fan sites and the Twitter-verse, anxiously waiting to find out how the drama would unfold.

Will Ed (Hugh Dillon) pull through his shocking attack at gunpoint? Will psychologist Dr. Toth (guest star Victor Garber, ALIAS) fulfill his agenda to disband Team One?

Beginning July 8, viewers will get their answers, and more, when Canada’s most-watched Canadian drama this season returns with all-new episodes, Fridays at 8 p.m. ET on CTV (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times).

This season, viewers can also lock their sites on Team One’s newest member, young diamond-in-the-rough recruit Rafik “Raf” Rousseau, played by Clé Bennett (THE LINE).         

New episodes of FLASHPOINT are available on demand the day following their television broadcast on the CTV Video Player. Viewers can also get the latest news, play the FLASHPOINT: Training Day game, or catch up on episodes from Seasons 1-3 at CTV.ca. Encore Season 3 episodes also continue Fridays at 8 p.m. ET on CTV leading into the Season 4 premiere.

“With so many questions unanswered and the fate of Team One in doubt, the Season 4 premiere is must-watch television for FLASHPOINT fans,” said Phil King, President, CTV Programming & Sports. “It’s a riveting lead-in to the new season, which promises more heart-pumping action than ever before.” 

“We’re extremely thankful for the outstanding support of our fans at home in Canada, and all over the world,” said executive producers Anne Marie La Traverse and Bill Mustos. “And we’re thrilled to bring them a Season 4 that’s stronger than ever before. We’ll take a more intimate look into the personal lives of our FLASHPOINT heroes, move at a pace that’s faster than ever, and continue to tell stories that pack a strong emotional punch.” 

In the FLASHPOINT Season 4 premiere, entitled “Personal Effects” (Friday, July 8 at 8 p.m. ET), rushed to the hospital after a shocking attack, Ed (Hugh Dillon) risks his recovery from gunshot wounds to be with his wife Sophie (Janaya Stephens), who’s in the middle of a dangerously complicated labour. Meanwhile the rest of Team One hunts for Ed’s shooter, under the scrutiny of psychologist Dr. Toth (Victor Garber), who believes the team should be disbanded after too many high-stakes calls.

Set to make his debut this season in Episode 6, new recruit Raf (Clé Bennett) tells it like it is. Strong yet soft spoken, Raf can get along with anyone, a valuable skill when the team’s goal is to keep the peace.  

Recently renewed for a fifth season by CTV, FLASHPOINT has delivered strong audiences both in and out of simulcast since its debut in 2008. The dynamic series has just concluded a remarkable run on CTV this past winter, averaging 1.65 million viewers out of simulcast. Concluding with the post-Superbowl cliff-hanger finale, it saw double digit growth in the three key adult demos, up 15% with A18-34, 18% with A18-49 and 19% with A25-54, compared to its previous season, and it garnered series-high audiences among A18-34, becoming Canada’s most-watched Canadian drama this season. From its outset in 2008 when it led the way for several other Canadian series to air on U.S. networks, FLASHPOINT has picked up a number of record-breaking Gemini nominations: 19 in 2009 and 15 in 2010. The series was recently awarded a Writers Guild of Canada Award for Best Writing in a Dramatic Series (Mark Ellis and Stephanie Morgenstern). 

In addition to all-new episodes airing in simulcast with CBS this summer, CTV’s FLASHPOINT is also licensed in more than 100 territories worldwide, including RTL2 in Germany, Canal Plus in France and Veronica in the Netherlands.

CTV revealed a summer schedule today starring this summer’s most buzzed-about new reality series.

The sizzling line-up of must-see reality TV features Mark Burnett’s new extreme competition/adventure series EXPEDITION IMPOSSIBLE (June 21) hosted by Canada’s Dave Salmoni; the steamy dating series LOVE IN THE WILD (June 1) from the producers of SURVIVOR and THE APPRENTICE; and Jerry Bruckheimer’s no-holds-barred, interrogation thriller TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN (July 28).

Additionally, CTV introduces a new, end-of-weekend comedy lineup on Sunday nights with a hilarious two-hour comedy block beginning June 19. The hilarity kicks off with episodes of THE BIG BANG THEORY (June 5), leading into Season 2 of DAN FOR MAYOR (June 5) at 7 and 7:30 p.m. ET. Then, the return of all-new episodes of HOT IN CLEVELAND (June 19), lead into Season 2 of HICCUPS at 8 and 8:30 p.m. HICCUPS airs on Mondays beginning May 30 for three weeks, before settling into its regular Sunday night timeslot on June 19.

Meanwhile, CTV’s hit series FLASHPOINT (June 17) reloads for an adrenaline-filled fourth season in simulcast with CBS following a six-week run of encore episodes beginning May 6. And who will be crowned Canada’s next favourite dancer? Fall fave and now a summer must-watch, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA (June 20) kicks off its fourth season. As well, the critically-acclaimed original Bravo! series THE BORGIAS (June 21) makes its Network Television Premiere on CTV in HD.          

 

SCHEDULE

 

All new series and new episodes of returning series with the exception of SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE (U.S.) will be available on demand on the CTV Video Player at Watch.CTV.ca following the television broadcast.

CTV’s Summer Schedule unfolds as follows beginning June 19. For complete series descriptions and timeslots, see “Addendum” below (all times ET; visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times):

 

Sundays

7 p.m. – THE BIG BANG THEORY

7:30 p.m. – DAN FOR MAYOR **NEW SEASON**

8 p.m. – HOT IN CLEVELAND **NEW EPISODES**  

8:30 p.m. – HICCUPS **NEW SEASON**

9 p.m. – LAW & ORDER: CI **NEW SEASON **

10 p.m. – CSI: MIAMI

 

Mondays

8 p.m. – SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA **NEW SEASON**

10 p.m. – LAW & ORDER: LA **NEW EPISODES**

 

Tuesdays

8 p.m. – THE VOICE/SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA **NEW SEASON**

8:30 p.m. – MIKE & MOLLY/TWO AND A HALF MEN

9 p.m. – EXPEDITION IMPOSSIBLE **NEW SERIES**

10 p.m. – THE BORGIAS **NETWORK TELEVISION PREMIERE**

 

Wednesdays

8 p.m. – SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE **NEW SEASON**

10 p.m. – LOVE IN THE WILD **NEW SERIES**

 

Thursdays

8 p.m. – SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE **NEW SEASON**

9 p.m. – CSI/TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN **NEW SERIES**

10 p.m. – THE MENTALIST

 

Fridays

8 p.m. – FLASHPOINT **NEW SEASON**

9 p.m. – CSI: NEW YORK

10 p.m. – BLUE BLOODS

 

Saturdays

10 p.m. – COMEDY NOW! **NEW SEASON**

 

ADDENDUM

New and returning summer series unfold chronologically as follows (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times):

 

NEW SERIES

 

LOVE IN THE WILD – Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET beginning June 1

Putting relationships to the ultimate test, LOVE IN THE WILD pairs 10 single men with 10 single women, for a romantic adventure unlike anything they could have ever imagined. Hosted by Darren McMullen (Australian MINUTE TO WIN IT), viewers meet 20 singles who have tried it all – speed-dating, blind-dating, Internet dating –  and now, they head deep into the remote jungles of Costa Rica to see if they can find that special someone they’ve been looking for. Each episode pairs two of the singles for an exhilarating challenge that will push their bodies and emotions to the limit. From paddling down crocodile-ridden waters, to navigating bat-infested caves, couples must compete and unite to be the last ones standing – even if it means hanging 200 feet above one of the country’s most fearsome waterfalls. Love is an adventure, after all, and LOVE IN THE WILD puts relationships to the ultimate test.

 

EXPEDITION IMPOSSIBLE – Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET beginning June 21

Adventurer, zoologist and all-around risk taker, Sarnia, Ontario native Dave Salmoni (WORLD’S DEADLIEST TOWNS) hosts Mark Burnett’s newest reality series. Shot in the Kingdom of Morocco and featuring high adventure and human drama reminiscent of Burnett’s ECO-CHALLENGE, EXPEDITION IMPOSSIBLE showcases 13 teams of three, racing on an expedition across vast deserts, over snow capped mountains and through raging rivers. As a new stage of the expedition is revealed to the teams each week, will they crumble under the pressure of having to think clearly in the wilds of the great outdoors, or will they find a way to work together to complete their adventures? After 10 stunning and challenging legs of competition, one team will cross the finish line first to claim victory.

 

THE BORGIAS – Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET beginning June 21

After burning up the screen on Bravo! this spring, THE BORGIAS, which was called an “absolutely captivating drama”  by The Globe and Mail, makes its world broadcast premiere on CTV. From Academy Award®-winner Neil Jordan (The Crying Game), this international co-production (Canada/Hungary/Ireland) is the compelling and unflinching saga of one of the most remarkable and notorious families in history. Set in 15th century Italy at the height of the Renaissance and based on real characters and events, THE BORGIAS chronicles the corrupt rise and ruthless consolidation of power by patriarch Rodrigo Borgia (Academy Award®-winner Jeremy Irons, Kingdom of Heaven, Being Julia), who stops at nothing to control the papal throne and feed his insatiable ambition for influence and wealth for himself and his family. Starring alongside Irons are Canadians Colm Feore (FLASHPOINT, 24) as his arch nemesis, Cardinal Della Rovere, and breakout star François Arnaud (J’ai tué ma mère) as Rodrigo’s ruthless son Cesare.

 

TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN – Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET beginning July 28

The new heart-stopping competition series, TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN, pits everyday people against seasoned professionals as they play cat and mouse in their attempt to steal away the big $100,000 prize. From executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer, the series combines all the elements of an edge-of-your-seat spy thriller with the excitement of rooting for real people in different locales trying to outwit their professional counterparts. The six-episode unscripted series will take reality television to a whole new level of exhilaration.

 

RETURNING SERIES

 

LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT – Premieres Sunday May 15 at 8 p.m. ET – NEW SEASON

* Episode two airs Sunday, May 22 at 7 p.m. ET

* Episode three airs Sunday May 29 at 8 p.m. ET

* Moves to regular Sundays at 9 p.m. ET beginning June 5

LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT returns for its final farewell with eight all-new episodes. Shot entirely in and around New York City, the third installment of the LAW & ORDER franchise takes viewers deep into the minds of its criminals while following the intense psychological approaches by the Major Case Squad. The final season features the long-anticipated return of Detectives Goren (Vincent D’Onofrio) and Eames (Kathryn Erbe) plus the addition of Emmy® Award-winning actress Julia Ormond (Temple Grandin) who will portray Dr. Paula Severin, a brilliant psychologist charged with conducting mandatory sessions with Detective Goren to unravel his tortured past. A tribute to its passionate fans, the show will take viewers to new heights with intrigue and crime-solving as never before.

 

HICCUPS – Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on May 30, June 6 and 13 – NEW SEASON

* Moves to regular Sundays at 8:30 p.m. ET timeslot beginning June 19

In Season 2 of HICCUPS, Nancy Robertson returns as the hot-headed children’s author Millie Upton, who continues to give her “life coach” Stan Dirko (Brent Butt) a run for his (lack of) money. In the season premiere, a trip to Hollywood is in order for Millie, Stan and Taylor to investigate some options for a Grumpaloo movie. Back at the Haddison House, Joyce uses Anna and Crystal as guinea pigs to test homemade skin care products.

 

SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE – Special two-hour premiere Thursday, May 26 at 8 p.m. ET – NEW SEASON

* Moves to Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET beginning June 1 and Thursdays at 8 p.m. beginning June 2

SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE is back for an eighth season this summer. Hosted by Cat Deeley, the hit dance competition series challenges dancers skilled in styles ranging from hip-hop to ballroom as they compete to be become America’s Favorite Dancer. Auditions this season feature resident judges Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy, as well as guest judges Robin Antin, Lil C, Tyce Diorio, Toni Redpath and Jason Gilkison.

 

DAN FOR MAYOR – Sundays at 7:30 p.m. ET beginning June 5 – NEW SEASON

Dan Phillips (Fred Ewanuick) is now  almost on purpose  the Mayor of Wessex. He ran on a whim and was elected by default. Dan’s first term has started and he is unprepared, unqualified and in way over his head! In the second season premiere, to prove that he’s in charge, Dan takes it upon himself to name the new ice rink after a local hockey legend, only to find out it has already been named after a Wessex philanthropist on her deathbed.  Meanwhile, Claire is back for good and is starting her own PR company.  It’s just too bad that Dan can’t hire her to improve his own PR.

 

SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA – Mondays at 8 p.m. ET beginning June 20 and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. beginning July 5 – NEW SEASON

This summer Canada’s favourite Gemini® Award-winning dance show returns for a sizzling Season 4, heating up CTV’s sensational summer programming line-up. Gemini® Award-winning host Leah Miller is back and is joined by returning judges Jean Marc Genereux, Tré Armstrong, Luther Brown and Blake McGrath. Dance hopefuls auditioned in Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton, Vancouver and Saint John, NB, during November and December 2010, all vying for a boarding pass to advance to the next round of competition. Over 160 dancers advanced to Finals Week in Toronto, where they will work with some of Canada’s top choreographers to earn a spot in the SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA Top 20. The dancers will then work in partners and select a different dance style each week, ranging from hip-hop, broadway and dance hall, to ballroom, tango, contemporary and jazz, in the hopes gaining the public’s votes. Two competitors will be eliminated each week during the results shows.

 

HOT IN CLEVELAND – Sundays at 8 p.m. ET beginning June 19 – NEW EPISODES

New episodes from Season 2 of Betty White’s HOT IN CLEVELAND returns with more adventures for the dynamic trio of best friends and their house’s rather opinionated caretaker. With Valerie Bertinelli starring as Melanie, Jane Leeves as Joy, Wendie Malick as Victoria and Betty White as Elka, together, these four women create comedic magic that runs from banter to farce to physical comedy, with none of them missing a beat.

 

FLASHPOINT – Fridays at 9 p.m. ET beginning June 17 – NEW SEASON

* Encore episodes return Fridays at 9 p.m. ET beginning May 6

The Gemini Award®-winning series and nail-biting cop drama FLASHPOINT returns this summer following a shocking cliff-hanger finale where Ed Lane’s life hangs in the balance after a shooting and an elite military psychologist, played by renowned actor Victor Garber, is attempting to split up Team One. The series stars Enrico Colantoni, Hugh Dillon, David Paetkau, Amy Jo Johnson, Michael Cram and Sergio Di Zio.

 

COMEDY NOW! – Saturdays at 10 p.m. ET beginning June 4 – NEW SEASON

Entering its 13th season, this hilarious, all-Canadian, star-making stand-up series has won awards all over North America. A TV calling card for comedic success, COMEDY NOW! has featured some of Canada’s most successful comedians, including Brent Butt, Jeremy Hotz, Shaun Majumder, Gavin Crawford and Russell Peters. Starring in the all-new season are Jeff McEnery, Roman Danylo, Nathan Macintosh, Darrin Rose, Christina Walkinshaw, Eddie Della Sieppe, Graham Chittenden, Perry Perlmutar, Nile Séguin, and Lars Callieou.

The Writers Guild of Canada and about 600 of its closest friends celebrated the winning words of Canadian screenwriters tonight at the 15th annual WGC Screenwriting Awards.

Screenwriters Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern (Flashpoint), Chris Sheasgreen (Less Than Kind), Karen Moonah (Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That) and Michael Konyves (Barney’s Version) were just of few of those recognized for outstanding scripts. A complete list of winners follows.

Screenwriter Tassie Cameron (Flashpoint, Rookie Blue) was presented with the 5th WGC Showrunner Award to honour her exceptional leadership and creative vision.

Screenwriter Denise Blinn took home the Jim Burt Screenwriting Prize for her script “1936.” The Prize honours the CBC’s Jim Burt and his legacy of championing new talent, by providing support for an unproduced screenplay.

Toronto lawyer Peter Grant was recognized with the WGC Writers Block Award for the work he did over his career to strengthen the arguments and increase the support for quality Canadian drama.

The Awards show was hosted by Laurie Elliott, and written by Terry McGurrin in collaboration with Laurie.

Dishing out the awards were special guest presenters including Hélène Joy (Murdoch Mysteries, Durham County), Chris Potter (Heartland), Jonny Harris (Murdoch Mysteries, Grown Up Movie Star), and screenwriters Dennis Heaton (Call Me Fitz, Fido, My Pal Satan), David (Sudz) Sutherland (Guns, She’s the Mayor) and Alexandra Zarowny (Murdoch Mysteries, Republic of Doyle, The Listener).

 

15th Annual WGC Screenwriting Awards Winners…

 

In Animation

Karen Moonah

The Cat In The Hat Knows A Lot About That, “The Cat In The Hat Knows A Lot About Maps”

 

In Children & Youth

Barbara Haynes

The Latest Buzz, “The Extreme Shakespeare Issue”

 

In Documentary

Christine Nielsen

The Pig Farm

 

In TV Comedy

Chris Sheasgreen

Less Than Kind, “Coming Home”

 

In TV Drama

Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern

Flashpoint, “Jumping at Shadows”

 

In Movies & Miniseries

Michael Konyves

Barney’s Version

 

In Shorts & Web Series

Lisa Hunter

You Are So Undead

 

The WGC Showrunner Award – Tassie Cameron

The WGC Writers Block Award – Peter Grant

The Jim Burt Screenwriting Prize – Denise Blinn

 

(From a press release)

The Writers Guild of Canada (WGC) today announced the finalists for the 15th Annual WGC Screenwriting Awards. The WGC Screenwriting Awards honours excellence in screenwriting, and will celebrate the winning words of Canada’s screenwriters on April 11 in Toronto.

This year, 150 scripts vied for the judges’ attentions. First-round judging narrowed the field to 27 finalist scripts across the Awards’ seven categories, including Movies & Mini-Series, TV Drama, TV Comedy and more. In all, 34 screenwriters are up for awards. Several special awards, including the WGC Showrunner Award, will also be handed out at the event.

Among this year’s finalists are such TV favourites as Flashpoint, Durham County, and Less Than Kind. Newcomers to the list include Rookie Blue, Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town, and the youth show Wingin’ It. The screenwriters behind several of Canada’s most celebrated films of the year fill out the movies category: included are Michael Konyves for Barney’s Version, Adriana Maggs for Grown Up Movie Star and Dennis Foon for Life, Above All.

The winners will be announced at the 2011 WGC Screenwriting Awards on Monday, April 11, 2011, at Maro in Liberty Village, Toronto.

 

2011 WGC Screenwriting Awards Finalists:

 

Animation

League of Super Evil “All You Can Eat” Written by Edward Kay

League of Super Evil “Voltina” Written by Philippe Ivanusic-Vallee & Davila LeBlanc

The Cat In The Hat Knows A Lot About That “The Cat…Knows A Lot About Maps” Written by Karen Moonah

Total Drama World Tour “Broadway Baby” Written by Alex Ganetakos

Zeke’s Pad “Fetch a Sketch” Written by Hugh Duffy

 

Children and Youth

How To be Indie “How To Fight For Your Rights” Written by Vera Santamaria

The Latest Buzz “The Extreme Shakespeare Issue” Written by Barbara Haynes

Wingin’ It “She Blinded Me With Science” Written by Ramona Barckert

Wingin’ It “The Spinner And The Saint” Written by Conor Casey & Lyndon Casey

 

Documentary

How to Boil a Frog Written by Jon Cooksey

Outbreak: Anatomy of a Plague Written by Jefferson Lewis

The Pig Farm Written by Christine Nielsen

 

Movies and Miniseries

Barney’s Version Written by Michael Konyves

Grown Up Movie Star Written by Adriana Maggs

Life, Above All Written by Dennis Foon

 

Shorts and Web Series

Hot Wheels Battle Force Five “Splashback” Written by Cole Bastedo & Matt Huether

Ruby Skye P.I. “Caught Ruby Red Handed” Written by Julie Strassman-Cohn & Jill Golick

You Are So Undead Written by Lisa Hunter

 

TV Comedy

Kids in the Hall: Death Comes To Town “Cause of Death” Written by Bruce McCulloch & Mark McKinney

Less Than Kind II “Coming Home” Written by Chris Sheasgreen

Less Than Kind II “The Deluge” Written by Garry Campbell & Jen Beasley

Less Than Kind II “Fasto Loves Lebso” Written by Jenn Engels

 

TV Drama

Durham County “Distance, Hunting and Home” Written by Laurie Finstad-Knizhnik

Flashpoint “Acceptable Risk” Written by Pamela Davis

Flashpoint “Jumping at Shadows” Written by Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern

Rookie Blue “Girlfriend of the Year” Written by Tassie Cameron

Rookie Blue “Hot and Bothered” Written by Russ Cochrane

 

(From a press release)

Whether you’re saluting the Steelers or supporting the Packers, the real shocker comes immediately after SUPER BOWL XLV is won, in the jaw-dropping season finale of the hit series, FLASHPOINT.

The cliff-hanger episode, guest starring Victor Garber (Titanic), airs Sunday, Feb. 6 at approx. 10 p.m. ET on CTV.

In the shocking season finale “Fault Lines”, Team One grapples with life and death choices and tough decisions that leave viewers wondering if the team will ever be the same again. Dr. Larry Toth (guest star Victor Garber), a military psychologist and ‘team-breaker’, peers inside the heads of Team One individually, exposing deep secrets and faults.

With the fate of the Team hanging in the balance, Ed’s (Hugh Dillon) wife Sophie (Janaya Stephens) goes into labour, Parker’s (Enrico Colantoni) leadership is questioned, Spike (Sergio Di Zio) and Wordy (Michael Cram) stare down the barrel of a life outside the SRU, and Sam (David Paetkau) and Jules (Amy Jo Johnson) must confront whether they’re willing to give up the job for each other. As Parker waits to hear the fate of his team, a devastating call comes into the station, involving one of his own.

10:00pm – Tuesday, January 25 on CTV

With Jules (Amy Jo Johnson) in jeopardy, Team One faces a double challenge: talking down a delusional man who’s being used as a weapon, and preventing a horrific act of terror against a mosque. Aaron Poole (ZOS: Zone of Separation), Patrick Sabongui (STARGATE: ATLANTIS) and John Gillespie (DOCTORS) guest star.