Pan Am

10:00pm – Sunday, February 19 on CTV

Life has changed quickly for the crew of Pan Am. In the wake of President Kennedy’s assassination and with New Year’s Eve approaching, everyone’s lives are hurtling towards new starts for 1964. Colette (Karine Vanasse) is caught up in a whirlwind courtship with a foreign prince, and Dean (Mike Vogel) is still kicking himself over losing her. Meanwhile, Amanda (Ashley Greene, Twilight Saga) and Ted’s (Michael Mosley) wedding plans are racing forward, thrilling his family, but making him more nervous by the day.

10:00pm – Sunday, February 12 on CTV

There’s love, loss and drama in the eternal city when the flight crew lands in Rome, Italy.

Pan Am

9:00pm – Tuesday, January 24 on CTV

The crew heads to Rome where Dean (Mike Vogel) is confronted by local customs. Meanwhile, Laura (Margot Robbie) is shocked to discover that the Life Magazine photographer sold the nude photos of her to a gallery where they are on display. This episode airs in all CTV markets with the exception of CTV British Columbia.

10:00pm – Sunday, January 8 on CTV

Secrets abound as Dean (Mike Vogel) and Colette’s (Karine Vanasse) romance is threatened. Meanwhile, Maggie’s (Christina Ricci) love life heats up and Ted (Michael Mosley) falls hard, but not for Laura (Margot Robbie). Ashley Greene (Twilight) continues her guest starring role.

10:00pm – Sunday, December 4 on CTV

Ted (Michael Mosley) enlists Laura’s (Margot Robbie) help to try to make an old flame – Amanda Mason (guest star Ashley Greene, Twilight) – jealous, but things don’t go the way he expects. Meanwhile, Kate (Kelli Garner) attempts to regain her freedom from her courier duties by agreeing to one last mission for her British contact. However, the dangerous assignment not only puts her life in jeopardy but Anderson’s (David Harbour) as well.

The ABC network has denied the rumours that new series Pan Am has been axed.

Actress Karine Vanasse tweeted earlier today that the show would only return for one more episode after Christmas.

“Well, we received THE call, #PanAm is only coming back for one more episode after Christmas. But up to the end, we’ll give it our all ! (sic),” she wrote. 

But ABC has been quick to dispel the claim, saying: “Nothing has changed. We are not cancelling Pan Am.

“We are still in production and will continue to be in production finishing the original 13 episodes plus one more additional one. 

“We have one more original episode this coming week… and then will return in January with the new episodes, airing all of them. Pan Am is still in contention for next season. We won’t know about that until our upfront announcement in May.”

Source: Digital Spy

10:00pm – Sunday, October 30 on CTV

Maggie (Christina Ricci) is perilously close to losing her job for insubordination, but still manages to maneuver her way onto the flight down to Rio de Janeiro. Meanwhile, Kate (Kelli Garner) has earned her stripes as a courier, but when she is given a difficult mission involving Niko (guest star Goran Visnjic, ER), a Yugoslavian diplomat, she’s unsure how to manage the task, as she tries to juggle their deepening personal relationship with her assignment.

10:00pm – Sunday, October 23 on CTV

Kate (Kelli Garner) and Maggie (Christina Ricci) square off for the attentions of a handsome passenger (guest star Goran Visnjic, ER) but things get more complicated when Kate learns the sexy stranger is involved in her next covert mission. Meanwhile Dean (Mike Vogel) gambles with his career when an attractive, wealthy woman (guest star Erin Cummings, DETROIT 1-8-7) on the flight tempts him.

CTV’s Sunday night lineup delivered strong performances from 8-11 p.m. last night, with THE AMAZING RACE (2.56 million) winning the night in total viewers and the key adult demos to finish as the second most-watched program of the week, behind CTV’s THE BIG BANG THEORY.

Meanwhile, both DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES (1.63 million) and PAN AM (1.46 million) saw double-digit increases last night, up 38% and 24% respectively with total viewers over last week.

The three programs respectively won their timeslots to become the Top 3 programs of the night on Canadian television, just one week before the critically lauded new series ONCE UPON A TIME joins the CTV Sunday night lineup on Oct. 23.

Averaging 1.9 million viewers in primetime, CTV more than tripled the average audience of Global (559,000). Meanwhile, CTV Two (785,000) was the #2 network last night, delivering more viewers than CBC (702,000) from 8-11 p.m.

CTV’s Sunday night line-up is flying high, with double-digit growth in total viewers and all key demos compared to last week’s audience:

At 8 p.m., THE AMAZING RACE, #1 for the night, grew 33% with total viewers, 40% with A18-49 (1.22 million), and 31% with A25-54 (1.17 million)

At 9 p.m., DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, #2 for the night, grew 38% with total viewers, 75% with A18-49 (673,000) and 56% with A25-54 (685,000)

At 10 p.m., PAN AM, #3 for the night, grew 24% with total viewers, 29% with A18-49 (634,000) and 17% with A25-54 (636,000). Head-to-head, PAN AM (CTV/ABC) delivered more than twice as many viewers as THE GOOD WIFE (Global; 618,000, down 15% from last week).

Starting this week, CTV’s Sunday night line opens the book on a new must-see program destination, with the premiere of ONCE UPON A TIME at 7 p.m. ET. The modern fairytale follows Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison, HOUSE), as she discovers that she may come from an alternate world and is Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin, BIG LOVE) and Prince Charming’s (Josh Dallas, Thor) missing daughter.

10:00pm – Sunday, October 16 on CTV

After a last minute change sends the crew on a flight to Rangoon, Burma, a routine courier mission for Kate (Kelli Garner) turns harrowing as she struggles to make a drop by the deadline. Meanwhile, Maggie (Christina Ricci) takes naive Laura (Margot Robbie) under her wing and shows her the wilder side of the city.