The Big Bang Theory

7:30pm – Tuesday, November 16 on CTV

With Leonard (Johnny Galecki), Howard (Simon Helberg) and Raj (Kunal Nayyar) away camping in the desert, an injured Penny (Kaley Cuoco) has only Sheldon (Jim Parsons) to rely on.

8:00pm – Thursday, November 11 on CTV

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8:00pm – Thursday, November 4 on CTV

Sheldon’s (Jim Parsons) answers during an FBI interview put Wolowitz’s (Simon Helberg) security clearance in jeopardy.

7:30pm – Friday, October 29 on CTV

Leonard (Johnny Galecki), Sheldon (Jim Parsons), Wolowitz (Simon Helberg) and Koothrappali (Kunal Nayyar) undertake a challenging and risky experiment – attending the Halloween party being thrown by their hot neighbor, Penny (Kaley Cuoco).

8:00pm – Thursday, October 28 on CTV

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8:00pm – Thursday, October 21 on CTV

Leonard (Johnny Galecki) realizes he’s the only one without a girlfriend, while Sheldon (Jim Parsons) wants to get rid of his.

CTV delivered the top four programs on Canadian television last week led by last night’s broadcast of Season 17 of THE AMAZING RACE, which saw a season-high three million viewers (2.99 million) watch the racers visit the high arctic.

The remaining Top 4 series of the week were THE BIG BANG THEORY (#2, Thursday, 2.84 million), THE MENTALIST (#3, Thursday, 2.54 million), and CRIMINAL MINDS (#4, Wednesday, 2.43 million), all on CTV.

THE AMAZING RACE anchored a Sunday night lineup that saw CTV win every hour of primetime from 7-11 p.m.:

– At 7 p.m., UNDERCOVER BOSS attracted a season high 1.44 million viewers

– At 8 p.m. THE AMAZING RACE won the night in total viewers and all key demos, with twice as many viewers as BATTLE OF THE BLADES (CBC, 1.4 million)

– At 9 p.m., DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES delivered 2 million viewers to land as the #2 program of the day behind THE AMAZING RACE with A18-34 and all three key female demos

– At 10 p.m., C.S.I.: MIAMI was up 32% compared to last week with 2.17 million viewers, delivering more than three times as many viewers as BROTHERS & SISTERS (ABC/Global; 649,000)

– Additionally, CTV’s NFL delivered a season-high 763,000 viewers at 1 p.m.

Meanwhile, CTV had another strong Friday last week, with BLUE BLOODS winning the night with nearly two million viewers (1.94 million) at 10 p.m., an increase of 11% compared to last week and ranking as the most-watched new program of the week. At

9 p.m., CSI: NY drew 1.83 million viewers, up 10% and winning the night among the three key demos.

Catch up on missed episodes on demand on the CTV Video Player at CTV.ca.

8:00pm – Thursday, October 14 on CTV

Synopsis currently not available.

LIVE AT ETALK: THE BIG BANG THEORY was watched in whole or in part by an astronomical 1.9 million viewers last Friday at 7 p.m. on CTV. Peaking at 1.14 million viewers, the episode was watched on average by 828,000 viewers, making it the most-watched episode in ETALK’s history.*

Immediately following the epic ETALK episode, 1.4 million people tuned into THE BIG BANG THEORY in strip at 7:30 p.m. ET, which in turn was the most-watched Friday night airing of the series ever. The episode was the most-watched program of the night overall Friday among A25-54, A18-49 and A18-34. The explosive BIG BANG fandemonium continued all weekend long with more than three million viewers watching some part of LIVE AT ETALK: THE BIG BANG THEORY encore broadcasts on CTV and Star!

“Canadians across the country responded in droves to the magic created by the show’s cast, Barenaked Ladies, our live audience, and of course our anchors Ben and TK,” said Morley Nirenberg, Director of Production/Executive Producer. “By focusing on audience engagement and giving them unparalleled access to the stars of their favourite show, we created the biggest bang of them all.”

More than 1,300 screaming, die-hard BIG BANG fans joined Ben Mulroney and Tanya Kim for an unforgettable interview with cast members Jim Parsons, Simon Helberg and Kunal Nayyar. Packed into the parking lot of CTV’s Queen St. HQ for the taping of LIVE AT ETALK: THE BIG BANG THEORY, the audience was treated to a sneak peek of Thursday’s episode of BIG BANG, which premiered later that night, and performances by Barenaked Ladies. The episode is available now on demand on the CTV Video Player at CTV.ca.

Later at 10 p.m., 1.74 million viewers watched CTV’s new Friday night hit series BLUE BLOODS, up 10% over last week and winning its timeslot in all key demos.

8:00pm – Thursday, October 7 on CTV

The guys are concerned as Sheldon (Emmy� Award-winner Jim Parsons) searches for an alternative to human companionship.