Citytv Programming Highlights: Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 16
Citytv Programming Highlights: Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 16
CATCH A DRAMATIC NEW EPISODE OF THE BACHELOR WITH A PERFORMANCE BY TRAIN AND A VISIT FROM FORMER BACHELORETTE ALI FEDOTOWSKY AND FIANCE ROBERTO MARTINEZ
CELEBRITY CHEF PAULA DEEN AND TWO TIME OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST SHAUN WHITE LEND A HELPING HAND ON EXTREME MAKEOVER: HOME EDITION
SEE THE CITYTV EXCLUSIVE THREE PART SERIAL HELP FOR HAITI…ONE YEAR LATER (TORONTO)
(Toronto – January 7, 2011) Tune in to Citytv for a week packed with exciting episodes of your favourite comedy, dramatic and reality series. See below for programming highlights.
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The Bachelor (s/ABC): Monday, January 10 at 8pm ET/PT (7pm CT, 9pm MT)
As the 20 remaining bachelorettes move into their luxurious Malibu mansion, the fairy tale begins as two of the lucky women have one-on-one dates with the Bachelor! Brad whisks away Ashley H., to a magical private carnival. Then, Jackie is chosen for the other individual date. The couple shares an intimate dinner at the Hollywood Bowl, followed by a private concert by the hit band Train. At the cocktail party, drama erupts as two women face off in a verbal battle. As Brad attempts to comfort each woman in the middle of the snarling catfight, Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez (the happy couple from the last season of The Bachelorette) arrive to help him get to the bottom of the situation. At the end of the night, three women will be let go, leaving 17 bachelorettes to remain in the chase for Brad's heart.
The Biggest Loser: Couples (s/NBC): Tuesday, January 11 at 8pm ET/PT (7pm CT, 9pm MT)
The players compete for immunity, which is awarded to the group that loses the most weight. Elsewhere, Dr. Huizenga provides health assessments of the contestants, whose loved ones are also briefed; the players compete in a bridge-building challenge.
Parenthood (s/NBC): Tuesday, January 11 at 10pm ET/PT (8pm MT, 9pm CT)
“Meet the New Boss”
Adam (Peter Krause) adjusts to a new boss and worries about the future of his job; Crosby (Dax Shepard) coordinates a kindergarten performance at Jabbar's (Tyree Brown) school; Amber (Mae Whitman) practices for an open-mic night and receives criticism from an unexpected source.
CityNews at Six: Help for Haiti…One Year Later: Starting Wednesday, January 12, at 6pm ET
Wednesday, January 12 marks the one-year anniversary of the earthquake that devastated Haiti. In this special three-part, news serial Help for Haiti…One Year Later, CityNews special correspondent John Tory along with CityNews cameraman Chris Dunseith travel to Haiti with the Red Cross. Tune-in for an in-depth look at stories surrounding the survivors of the earthquake, the Torontonians who travelled there to help; and a look at where Canadian donations have helped. Help for Haiti…One Year Later concludes Friday, January 14 on CityNews at Six.
Minute To Win It (s/ NBC): Wednesday, January 12 at 8pm ET/PT (7pm CT, 9pm MT)
“Like Mother Like Daughter”
A Beauty Queen and her mom step into the 60 second circle to play for $1 million. The mother-daughter team must conquer the Glass Road Trucker challenge where they will align eight empty glass bottles upside down and blow a ping pong ball across the surface landing it into a shot glass.
Modern Family (s/ABC): Wednesday, January 12 at 9pm ET/PT (8pm CT, 10pm MT)
“Our Children, Our Selves”
Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Cameron (Eric Stonestreet) have a chance encounter with Mitchell's old girlfriend (Mary Lynn Rajskub, 24); Gloria's (Sofi Vergara) efforts to befriend another couple annoy Jay (Ed O’Neill); Phil (Ty Burrell) and Claire (Julie Bowen) encourage Alex (Ariel Winter) to lighten up on her schoolwork.
Cougar Town (s/ABC): Wednesday, January 12 at 9:30pm ET/PT (8:30pm CT,10:30pm MT)
“A Thing About You”
Although Laurie (Busy Philipps) may be the worst houseguest ever, Jules (Courteney Cox) is there for her when she needs a place to stay; Laurie helps Jules to realize she doesn't need to change for others; and when Bobby (Brian Van Holt) is jealous that Travis (Dan Byrd) has gone to Grayson (Josh Hopkins) for advice, Grayson comes through for his buddy.
Chase: Wednesday, January 12 at 10pm ET/PT (9pm ET, 11pm MT)
When Pablo Cordova (Yancy Arias) is arrested on suspicion of drug distribution and the lead witness in the case winds up dead, the U.S. Marshals discover the killer is his wife, Isabella (guest star Lana Parilla). Isabella will stop at nothing to keep Pablo from going to jail and ensure that her family stays together, which ultimately puts Annie (Kelli Giddish) in serious danger. In a case that hits close to home, Marco (Amaury Nolasco) is forced to recall his dark days with the narcotics division, while Jimmy (Cole Hauser) must decide the fate of his relationship with Natalie.
Supernanny (s/ABC): Friday, January 14 at 8pm ET/PT (7pm CT, 9pm MT)
Traveling to Phoenix, Arizona, Jo Frost must help this family on the brink: Meshell can't say "No" and overindulges her children to make up for the extras she never had; David tries to instill some structure and respect, but he's exhausted from long days at work and too often shows his temper. The kids are mostly out of control - whether it's the youngest, Avarie (3), refusing to give up her bottle, or siblings Ainsley (5), Landon (7), Meryn (10) and Kendall (12) back-talking, fighting or leaving their clothes in a heap. The oldest Kesley (13) is increasingly troubled by her parents' mixed signals. She's considered responsible enough to babysit her younger sisters and brother overnight, but isn't allowed to go to an afternoon movie with her friend. See if Jo can help this family before it’s too late.
Teenage Depression: Blinded by the Dark (Citytv Original): Sunday, January 16 at 5pm ET/PT/CT/MT ***LIVE***
Depression impacts every aspect of a teen’s life and can lead to isolation and worst of all - suicide. In a LIVE Citytv exclusive, CityNews takes an inside look at youth depression told though the voice of teens, who have battled the disease first hand. We learn their personal stories, the difficulties of diagnosis and their struggle to access treatment.
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition(s/ABC): Sunday, January 16 at 8pm ET/PT (7pm CT, 9pm MT)
The Simpson family from Savannah, Georgia receive a new home that will be a better living environment for their two-year-old son, Zoë, who was born with a life-threatening illness. Zoë confounded medical experts when he fully recovered, and he continues to grow and thrive. Volunteer participants include celebrity chef Paula Deen and two-time Olympic gold medalist Shaun White.
The Cape: Sunday, January 16 at 9pm ET/PT(10pm MT/8pm CT)
Vince (David Lyons) fights to protect his new friends from an old pal of Max's who comes in search of The Cape. Meanwhile, Dana (Jennifer Ferrin) returns to work at the public defender's office, and Peter (James Frain) and Marty (Dorian Missick) try to determine Orwell's (Summer Glau) real identity.
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