Law & Order: SVU

10:00pm – Tuesday, November 9 on CTV

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10:00pm – Tuesday, November 2 on CTV

The investigation of a young woman’s rape and murder puts Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Detective Stabler (Christopher Meloni) in danger.

10:00pm – Tuesday, October 19 on CTV

Detectives Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) look for a connection between two men beaten and branded by their attacker.

10:00pm – Tuesday, October 12 on CTV

When a strait-laced woman is found dead in a fountain, detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) have a hard time putting together a clear picture of the victim. After the toxicology results are returned, suspicion falls on a crazed activist and professor at a local college.

10:00pm – Tuesday, October 5 on CTV

A teenage girl’s death exposes a human trafficking ring, leading detectives Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) to team up with an old friend at the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

10:00pm – Tuesday, September 28 on CTV

Detectives Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) help a repeat rape victim, Vicki (guest star Jennifer Love Hewitt, GHOST WHISPERER) stand up to her attacker. The investigation soon leads Benson to Los Angeles where she meets Detective Rex Winters (guest star Skeet Ulrich, LAW & ORDER: LOS ANGELES), who has information that could finally help Vicki get justice.

FLASHPOINT hit the bulls eye as a season high of 1.8 million viewers tuned in to CTV on Friday night, winning the night as the most-watched program on Canadian television.

The mid-season finale featuring guest-star Lauren Holly-Greco (Dumb and Dumber) created buzz in the social media world with #Flashpoint featured as a Top 10 trending topic on Twitter during the broadcast.

With new Season 3 episodes averaging 1.55 million viewers Friday nights at 10 p.m. on CTV, the Gemini Awards frontrunner was also the #1 prime-time program on Friday with all key demos.

Kicking off Premiere Week last night was LAW & ORDER: SVU, winning Sunday with 1.7 million total viewers out of simulcast on CTV. LAW & ORDER: SVU moves to its regular timeslot on Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET beginning Sept. 28.

Both episodes of FLASHPOINT and LAW & ORDER: SVU are available on the CTV Video Player at and at popular download stores.

Despite all the trouble Charlie Sheen has been in recently, he still has one thing going for him: he earns more that anyone else on TV.

The Two and a Half Men star has been named the highest-earning TV star, finishing ahead of the likes of House actor Hugh Laurie and American Idol host Ryan Seacrest.

Sheen pulls a whopping $1.25m per episode of the sitcom, which he recently resigned on to for more seasons. Why wouldn’t you?

His co-star Jon Cryer earns a mild $550,000 for the same amount of work- coming in at second place on the list.

Hugh Laurie is the highest-paid drama actor, earning over $400,000 per episode of House, with Law & Order: SVU actors Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay tied at second on $395,000.

Comedy stars Tina Fey pulls $350,000 per episode for 30 Rock while The Office boss Steve Carell’s pay cheque reads $297,000 per outing.

Source: Digital Spy

Law & Order: SVU will regain the services of former guest star Marcia Gay Harden, for one episode at least.

The actress has signed on to reprise her role as Dana Lewis in the crime procedural after first appearing on the show back in 2007.

Harden will once again make a guest appearance after coming back for a spot back at the beginning of the eighth season, teaming with Detectives Stabler (Christopher Meloni) and Benson (Mariska Hargitay). The guest spot led to an Emmy nomination for the actress.

Source: Digital Spy

Casting News

Former Lost actor Henry Ian Cusick will make an appearance on crime procedural Law & Order: SVU, with the actor signing on for a multi-episode arc. Cusick, who played Desmond Hume on Lost, will feature in at least two episodes.

Actor Skeet Ulrich has been cast in the upcoming legal spin-off Law & Order: Los Angeles as an ex-marine character called Rex Winters. Ulrich previously guest starred on fellow spin-off CSI: NY in a three-episode arc.

Richard Dreyfuss, star of 1970’s blockbuster Jaws, will guest star on Weeds in the upcoming sixth season. Weeds producers have announced the veteran actor will feature in at least four episodes of the drama series.