Scoundrels

9:00pm – Sunday, August 1 on CTV

Cheryl (Virginia Madsen) lands a job with an insurance company where things are not as legit as they seem.

9:00pm – Sunday, July 25 on CTV

When their electricity is cut off, the West family realizes they are in the midst of a serious financial crisis and must find “legit” jobs as soon as possible.

9:00pm – Sunday, July 18 on CTV

Logan (Patrick Flueger) agrees to represent Wolf (David James Elliott) in the appeal process. Meanwhile, Cheryl (Virginia Madsen) realizes her marriage to Wolf is in serious trouble.

9:00pm – Sunday, July 11 on CTV

A threat forces Logan (Patrick Flueger) to show his true “West” family colours and Heather (Leven Rambin) is hired in a local strip club.

9:00pm – Sunday, June 27 on CTV

Cheryl (Virgina Madsen) gets a job as a “checkout chick” at the local grocery store, Heather (Leven Rambin) tries her hand at the local Burger Barn and Cal (Patrick Flueger) finds out his “pool boy” job requires more than expected, as the West family tries to embrace a crime-free lifestyle.

Beginning this week and through the hot, hazy summer, CTV.ca has a cool, on demand video library to quench the thirst for awesome online video.

Summer Heat at CTV.ca/summer has everything from primetime encores of GREY’S ANATOMY, PRIVATE PRACTICE and JAMIE OLIVER’S FOOD REVOLUTION, to great summer series SCOUNDRELS, HOT IN CLEVELAND, COMEDY NOW! and COMEDY INC, to full episodes of past favourites TERMINATOR: THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES and PUSHING DAISIES, among others.

Stay plugged in to all CTV.ca online programming with the network’s first-ever Facebook application, Watch CTV Online. While in Facebook, users can click to watch television programs online or suggest episodes of their favourite CTV programs to their Facebook Friends. New episodes will be uploaded every week and will remain available throughout the summer.

“The combination of new, review and original programming makes this summer’s online video presentation particularly appealing to CTV’s online fan base,” says Alon Marcovici, Vice President of Digital Media, CTV Inc. “CTV’s Facebook application, Watch CTV Online, combines online viewing with social networking in an easy-to-use application as part of our ongoing commitment to reach fans and encourage viewers to share with online communities on their terms.”

Add Watch CTV Online to your Facebook page, and be the first to know when new episodes are added to the CTV Video Player.

Also online, CTV.ca has an exclusive presentation of the original 1980s miniseries V. Fans of last year’s breakout series, returning this fall, can see where it all began in this sci-fi classic. Other encore presentations include vampire detective drama MOONLIGHT, whimsical romance PUSHING DAISIES and action-packed TERMINATOR: THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES.

New series to the video player include Season 5 of COMEDY INC., and Season 1 of MAKE IT OR BREAK IT and new summer series SCOUNDRELS. Only at CTV.ca can viewers also find new webisode series BLOOD CELL, ERIC THE TRAINER, THE LAKE, and PUSHED.

When the summer ends, it will be time for THE LITTLEST HOBO to just keep moving on. As of August 31, 2010, HOBO will roll off the CTV Video Player permanently.

Series available on CTV.ca:

COMEDY INC. – One new episode each week, day after broadcast

COMEDY NOW! – One new episode each week, day after broadcast

CRIMINAL MINDS – Two episodes each week, posted on Wednesday

DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES – Two episodes each week, posted on Sunday

GREY’S ANATOMY – Two episodes each week, posted on Thursday

HOT IN CLEVELAND – One new episode a week, each Tuesday beginning July 6

JAMIE OLIVER’S FOOD REVOLUTION – One episode each week, posted on Friday

MAKE IT OR BREAK IT – One new episode each week

MOONLIGHT – Two episodes each week, posted on Monday

PRIVATE PRACTICE – Two episodes each week, posted on Thursday

PUSHING DAISIES – seasons 1 & 2 – Two episodes each week, posted on Monday

SCOUNDRELS – One new episode each week

TERMINATOR: THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES – seasons 1 & 2 – Two episodes each week, posted on Monday

V – Two episodes each week, posted on Wednesday

 

Webisode series exclusive to watch.CTV.ca include:

THE LAKE – From Jason Priestley (“Beverly Hills, 90210”) and Jordan Levin (former CEO of The WB), THE LAKE explores the romances, jealousies, friendships and rivalries made all the more precious by their fleeting nature. When summer gets too hot, head for THE LAKE.

BLOOD CELL – Jessica Rose, a.k.a. LonelyGirl15 is back in Eduardo Rodriguez’s horror-web series. Rose must save her kidnapped friend before her cell phone dies. Dead cell equals dead friend.

ERIC THE TRAINER – Eric the Trainer has worked for years with top celebrities, and now he’s here for you! Come along with Eric as he teams up with experts and the stars from The WB to share pro-tips on nutrition, fitness and style.

PUSHED – A beautiful young model, London, thought she had everything until her husband became her jailer … and her mansion became her prison!

 

All new episodes added to Watch.CTV.ca will be available through the new Watch CTV Online Facebook application. Also follow @WatchCTVonline on Twitter to find when new episodes are posted daily.

How the Watch CTV Online application works:

Once the Watch CTV Online application is added to a Facebook profile [http://apps.facebook.com/watchctvonline/], users can click on any available episode and enjoy! The application automatically refreshes whenever a new episode is added to the CTV Video Player.  Fans can easily share links to episodes with their Facebook friends or directly via their news feed. Watch CTV Online can also be added as a profile tab for easy and instant access.a

 

9:00pm – Sunday, June 20 on CTV

A family of small-town criminals is shaken when their father is sentenced to a surprisingly long prison term, leaving mom to take care of the criminally enterprising brood. In an effort to keep her kids out of trouble, she decides it’s time for the family to go straight, despite their best efforts to maintain the status quo. Toronto-native David James Elliott (JAG) and Virginia Madsen (Sideways, The Astronaut Farmer) star.

The latest word is ex-90210 actor Jason Priestley is joining the cast of the upcoming comedy/drama series Scoundrels.

The 40-year-old Canadian will join the hour-long show for a multi-episode arc where he will play a prolific TV personality who falls for Leven Rambin’s aspiring actress, Heather.

The brand new series, based on a successful New Zealand drama, is set to premiere on Sunday 20 June at 9pm on CTV.

Source: EW

There’s only one thing keeping the West family together, and that’s handcuffs. As announced last week in CTV’s summer schedule release, the new hour-long series SCOUNDRELS premieres Sunday, June 20 at 9 p.m. ET on CTV (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times).

A humorous look at a family of small-time criminals who try to turn their lives around after their father is sent to prison, SCOUNDRELS stars Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee Virginia Madsen (Sideways, The Astronaut Farmer) as matriarch Cheryl West and Toronto-native David James Elliott (CLOSE TO HOME) as Wolfgang “Wolf” West. Following broadcasts on CTV, SCOUNDRELS will also be available on demand on the CTV Video Player at CTV.ca.

Based on the New Zealand hit series OUTRAGEOUS FORTUNE, SCOUNDRELS also stars Patrick Flueger (THE 4400) as Logan West and twin brother Calvin “Cal” West; Leven Rambin (GREY’S ANATOMY) as Heather West; Vanessa Marano (GILMORE GIRLS) as Hope West; and Carlos Bernard (24) as Sergeant Mack.

In the series premiere “And Jill Came Tumbling After” (Sunday, June 20 at 9 p.m. ET), the family is shaken when their father Wolf (Elliott) is sentenced to a surprisingly long prison term, leaving mom Cheryl (Madsen) to take care of the criminally enterprising brood on her own. In an effort to keep her kids out of trouble, she decides it’s time for the family to go straight.

Meet the West Family:

Wolfgang “Wolf” West (David James Elliott) – Thieving is in his blood, and Wolf learned from the best. His father, Grandpa West, is a world-renowned safe-cracker, and the apple didn’t fall far from the tree. Wolf’s a criminal, but he’s a criminal with a code. He’s the kind of guy you invite over for a burger and a beer, but you keep the real silverware locked up – just in case.

Cheryl West (Virginia Madsen) – Bold and beautiful is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Cheryl. A mother, wife and a force to be reckoned with, Cheryl will stop at nothing to protect her family.

Cal West (Patrick Flueger) – Certainly his father’s son, Cal works alongside Wolf in “the family business.” He may not be the smartest of the bunch, but what Cal lacks in brains, he more than makes up for in spirit. Cal appreciates the simpler things in life: beer, babes and his bros.

Logan West (Patrick Flueger) – An identical twin (to Cal) yet the odd man out, Logan struggles to find his place in the West family. Having utilized the intelligence and motivation that evaded his brother Cal, Logan strayed from “the family business” to become the exact opposite: a lawyer.

Heather West (Leven Rambin) – Most comfortable when she’s the centre of attention, Heather’s sole future plan is to become a supermodel. Possessing self-confidence and enthusiasm that belie her current status as an unemployed unknown, Heather dedicates most of her time and energy to primping, grooming and waiting for fame to arrive.

Hope West (Vanessa Marano) – Sharp-witted and astute, Hope is quite possibly the smartest member of the West clan. While she undoubtedly loves her family, Hope doesn’t have much in common with her siblings except DNA. Hope finds high school to be a tedious waste of time, distracting her from her bright future as a filmmaker.

Lyn Greene (NIP/TUCK), Richard Levine (NIP/TUCK) and Francie Calfo are executive producers. John Barnett, whose company South Pacific Pictures produces the New Zealand series, is also executive producer. Co-executive producers are Michael Larkin, Michael Goldstein, Bruce Cervi and John Lansing.