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Lost Girl Season 4 Promo (HD)

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Kris Holden Ried And Zoie Palmer Lost Girl Interview Comic Con

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Emily Andras & Vanessa Piazza Lost Girl Interview Comic Con

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THE CTV FALL 2013 PRIME TIME SCHEDULE

June 7, 2013 Leave a comment

THE CTV FALL 2013 PRIME TIME SCHEDULE

All times ET. (S) = Simulcast

MONDAYS
7 p.m. ETALK
7:30 p.m. THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)
8 p.m. THE VOICE (S)
10 p.m. HOSTAGES (S)

TUESDAYS
7 p.m. ETALK
7:30 p.m. THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)
8 p.m. MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. (S)
9 p.m. THE GOLDBERGS (S)
9:30 p.m. TROPHY WIFE (S)
10 p.m. PERSON OF INTEREST (S)

WEDNESDAYS
7 p.m. THE TOMORROW PEOPLE
8 p.m. ARROW (S)
9 p.m. CRIMINAL MINDS (S)
10 p.m. CSI (S)

THURSDAYS
7 p.m. ETALK
7:30 p.m. THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)
8 p.m. THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)
8:30 p.m. TWO AND A HALF MEN
9 p.m. GREY’S ANATOMY (S)
10 p.m. PLAYED

FRIDAYS
7 p.m. ETALK
7:30 p.m. THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)
8 p.m. JUNIOR MASTERCHEF (S)
9 p.m. GRIMM (S)
10 p.m. BLUE BLOODS (S)

SATURDAYS
7 p.m. W5
8 p.m. COMEDY NIGHT ON CTV
10 p.m. CRIME TIME

SUNDAYS
7 p.m. ONCE UPON A TIME
8 p.m. THE AMAZING RACE (S)
9 p.m. LAW & ORDER: SVU
10 p.m. THE MENTALIST (S)

WEEKDAYS
9 a.m. LIVE! WITH KELLY AND MICHAEL(S)
10 a.m. THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW
11 a.m. THE VIEW (S)
12 p.m. CTV NEWS AT NOON
1 p.m. THE SOCIAL
2 p.m. BETHENNY
3 p.m. DR. PHIL (S)
4 p.m. THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW (S)
5 p.m. THE DR. OZ SHOW (S)

CTV’s New 2013/14 Programs at a Glance

Fall

BETHENNY – Hosted by the self-professed “Queen of Too Much Information,” Bethenny Frankel, BETHENNY covers everything from love and relationships, celebrities and pop culture, to beauty and fitness. The daily afternoon talk show offers a destination for women to learn, laugh, feel inspired, be transformed, and ultimately, in Frankel’s words, “always go for it.”

THE GOLDBERGS – Before there were parenting blogs, trophies for showing up, or peanut allergies, there were THE GOLDBERGS. For one geeky 11-year-old, these were his wonder years, and he faced them armed with a video camera to capture all the crazy. THE GOLDBERGS stars Jeff Garlin and Wendi McLendon-Covey as the heads of a loving family like any other, but with a lot more yelling.

HOSTAGES – From executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer, HOSTAGES is a high-octane suspense drama where Dr. Ellen Sanders (Toni Collette), a premiere surgeon, is thrust into a chilling political conspiracy when her family is taken hostage by rogue FBI Agent Duncan Carlisle (Dylan McDermott). In this high-stakes standoff between Ellen and Carlisle, fraught with tremendous national and personal consequences, the choices between right and wrong become even more blurred.

JUNIOR MASTERCHEF – A spin-off culinary competition series for talented kids between the ages of 8 and 13 who love to cook, JUNIOR MASTERCHEF gives budding cooks the exciting opportunity to showcase their talent, culinary smarts, and passion for food through a series of delicious challenges and cook-offs.

MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. – Agent Phil Coulson (Greg Clark) assembles a small, highly select group of agents from the worldwide law-enforcement organization known as S.H.I.E.L.D. Together they investigate the new, the strange, and the unknown around the globe, protecting the ordinary from the extraordinary.

PERSON OF INTEREST – Last season’s fastest-growing sophomore series, this crime thriller features presumed-dead former CIA agent John Reese (Jim Caviezel) and his partner, mysterious billionaire Harold Finch, as they prevent violent crimes by using their own brand of vigilante justice. Guided by “The Machine”, the two work outside of the law to unravel the mystery of the person of interest, and stop the crime before it happens.

PLAYED – In CTV’s newest drama, PLAYED, the CIU (Covert Investigations Unit) risks going undercover to infiltrate and bring down criminal organizations. In this new style of short-term, high-intensity undercover work, each covert “play” is crafted quickly and executed at an even faster pace. Placed into various worlds of crime without a safety net, the cops are in constant danger, as they repeatedly go off the grid. Wearing wires, coaxing confessions, and setting up stings, the cops of the CIU must think quickly, talk smoothly, and rely on pure instinct. They slip in and out of characters so often that, sometimes, they lose track of who they really are.

THE SOCIAL – Hosted by a dynamic and influential group of co-hosts with distinct points of view: news anchor Melissa Grelo, Canada’s foremost gossip blogger Lainey Lui, relationship expert Cynthia Loyst, and entertainment reporter Traci Melchor, THE SOCIAL brings a fresh perspective on the up-to-the-minute pop culture and lifestyle topics that matter most to Canadians. Providing an innovative outlet for viewers who love a friendly debate through social media, email, and text messaging – THE SOCIAL is smart, bold, advertiser-friendly, and the only program of its kind on English Canadian conventional television.

THE TOMORROW PEOPLE – Stephen Jameson (Robbie Amell) starts hearing voices and teleporting in his sleep, never knowing where he might wake up. In desperation, he decides to listen to one of the voices in his head, which leads him to his first encounter with the Tomorrow People, a genetically advanced race with the abilities of telekinesis, teleportation, and telepathic communication. Stephen sets out on a journey that could take him into the shadowy past to uncover the truth about his father’s mysterious disappearance, or into an unknown future with the Tomorrow People.

TROPHY WIFE – They say the third time’s the charm and reformed party girl Kate (Malin Akerman) is hoping that’s true when she becomes the third wife of Brad, a slightly older man (Bradley Whitford). They fell into each other’s arms (literally) at a karaoke bar and, flash forward one year, Kate finds herself with an insta-family complete with three stepchildren and two ex-wives.

Mid-Season

BELIEVE – From Academy Award®-nominated director Alfonso Cuarón, BELIEVE is the story of Bo (Johnny Sequoyah) a young girl with gifts she has never fully been able to understand or control. Raised by a small group known as the “True Believers,” the orphaned girl has been safeguarded from harmful outsiders who would use her forces for personal gain. As she and her protector Tate (Jake McLaughlin), a wrongfully imprisoned death row inmate, travel from city to city, every place and person they come across will be changed forever.

INTELLIGENCE – A dramatic thriller starring Josh Holloway as Gabriel, a high-tech intelligence operative enhanced with a super-computer microchip in his brain and an appetite for reckless, unpredictable behavior. Leading the elite government cyber-security agency created to support him is Director Lillian Strand (Marg Helgenberger), a straightforward and efficient boss who oversees the unit’s missions. Strand has assigned Riley Neal (Megan Ory) is the Secret Service agent assigned to protect him from outside threats. As the first supercomputer with a beating heart, Gabriel is the most valuable piece of technology the country has ever created.

KIRSTIE – A multi-cam comedy that follows Madison “Maddie” Banks (Kirstie Alley), a Broadway star who finds her life turned upside down when the son she gave up for adoption 26 years ago turns up looking to connect after his adopted mother has died. KIRSTIE also stars comedy elite Rhea Perlman (CHEERS) and Michael Richards (SEINFELD).

MASTERCHEF CANADA – The world’s #1 culinary TV format comes to Canada. MASTERCHEF CANADA provides an opportunity for Canadian amateur chefs to develop their culinary skills as they compete for the MASTERCHEF CANADA title. Following the traditional MASTERCHEF format, MASTERCHEF CANADA’s initial rounds consist of a number of hopefuls from across the country individually “auditioning” by presenting a food dish to the judges to gain one of the coveted semifinalist spots. Competitors must be true amateurs who are in it for the love of food. The judges whittle down the contestants through a number of individual and team-based cooking challenges and weekly elimination rounds, until a winning MASTERCHEF is crowned.

MIXOLOGY – This new, single-camera, serialized comedy series from the writers of The Hangover is set in one bar, one night, with ten single people. Across the course of this one night – and the entire season – five guys meet five girls. Will they find love? Will they find a warm bed for the night? Will they find a cold drink in their face? All questions will be answered by the season finale of this highly intoxicating new comedy.

SPUN OUT – In the multi-cam workplace comedy SPUN OUT, failed writer Beckett Ryan (Paul Campbell) joins DLPR, a public relations agency staffed with people who can spin everyone’s problems but their own. From the eccentric company figurehead Dave (Dave Foley) and his insecure daughter Stephanie (Rebecca Dalton), to PR shark Nelson (Al Mukadam) and Dave’s ever-loyal assistant Bryce (JP Manoux), the DLPR office has no shortage of personality. No matter how bizarre the cases are that the agency takes on, they pale in comparison to the workplace romances, rivalries, personal successes, and often hilarious failures of the close-knit and dysfunctional colleagues at DLPR

SURVIVING JACK – Set in 1990s Southern California, this sitcom is all about a man becoming a dad, as his son is becoming a man, in a time before “coming of age” was something you could Google. Jack Dunlevy (Christopher Meloni) has always been the parent who’s left for work early, come home late, eaten the big piece of chicken, yelled at his kids, and gone to bed. But after years of deftly raising and running the family, his wife is going back to law school, leaving Jack as a full-time parent for the very first time.

About CTV
CTV is Canada’s #1 private broadcaster. Featuring a wide range of quality news, sports, information, and entertainment programming, CTV has been Canada’s most-watched television network for the past 12 years in a row. CTV is a division of Bell Media, Canada’s premier multimedia company with leading assets in television, radio and digital. Bell Media is owned by BCE Inc. (TSX, NYSE: BCE), Canada’s largest communications company. More information about CTV can be found on the network’s website at CTV.ca.

Lost Girl 3×13 Sneak Peek “Those Who Wander” (HD) Season Finale

April 11, 2013 Leave a comment

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Lost Girl 3×13 Promo #2 “Those Who Wander” (HD) Season Finale

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Lost Girl 3×13 Promo “Those Who Wander” (HD) Season Finale

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Lost Girl 3×12 Sneak Peek “Hail, Hale” (HD)

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Lost Girl 3×12 Promo #2 “Hail, Hale” (HD)

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Lost Girl 3×12 Promo “Hail, Hale” (HD)

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Syfy Renews Lost Girl for Season 4

March 1, 2013 Leave a comment

Bo will be back.

The sexy, succubus-led, supernatural drama Lost Girl  has been renewed for a fourth season by Showcase (where it airs in Canada) and simultaneously by Syfy (which gives the episodes a Stateside home).

On Syfy, the series’ third season is averaging 1.3 total million viewers with 676,000 landing in the coveted 18-49 demo.

Lost Girl‘s third season (airing Mondays at 10/9c) will conclude on April 22. Season 4 will bow in 2014.

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Linda Hamilton to Guest Star on ‘Lost Girl’

February 14, 2013 Leave a comment

via press release:

LINDA HAMILTON (THE TERMINATOR) WILL GUEST STAR AS A RUTHLESS ASSASSIN IN MONDAY, MARCH 25 EPISODE OF SYFY’S HIT SERIES LOST GIRL

 

NEW YORK – February 13, 2013 – Screen icon Linda Hamilton (The Terminator) will guest star as a ruthless assassin on Syfy’s hit series Lost Girl, airing Monday, March 25 at 10PM.

 

In the episode titled “Delinquents”, Hamilton portrays Acacia, a tough, sexy and ruthless assassin who has enjoyed a storied and deadly career.  Her arrival spells trouble for Bo (Anna Silk), Kenzi (Ksenia Solo) and Dyson (Kris Holden-Ried), who are undercover at an urban camp to catch a serial killer Fae preying on at-risk youth.

 

Lost Girl was developed by Prodigy Pictures, in association with Shaw Media and Showcase. Executive producers are Jay Firestone, Emily Andras, Plato Fountidakis, and Paul Rapovski. James Thorpe is co-executive producer, Vanessa Piazza is co-producer and Wanda Chaffey is producer.

Lost Girl is produced with the participation of the Canadian Media Fund created by the Government of Canada and the Canadian cable industry, and with the assistance of the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit and the Ontario Film and Television Tax Credit Program.

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Lost Girl – Season 3 – Cast Promotional Photos

November 29, 2012 1 comment

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Lost Girl Season 3 Scoop

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What can we expect in season 3?
While we have seen a lot of the Light Fae world so far, we are going to see more of the Dark Fae world in Season 3, according to Firestone. We also will learn a bit more about Trick and Dyson, with Trick having chosen Dyson at some point.

Why did show not come to U.S. until now?
Firestone explained that he initially wanted the show to be shown in U.S., but the networks that offered to pick it up wanted to be able to edit it their way and he refused, wanting to keep the story intact.

Is there a difference in the series being shown in the U.S.?
Firestone said that airing on Syfy in the U.S. is 90 seconds shorter than the original version. Ironically, he doesn’t cut the items you think he would (sexuality, violence, etc). As mentioned above, he works to tell the same story, just 90 seconds shorter. It’s very tough to do sometimes.  He did stress that Syfy is amazingly generous in allowing him to do all the edits AND we will get the 90 seconds back on the DVDs!

On the sexual orientation and relationships of the show.
Jay was clear that the relationships in the show were not about a woman being with a man or with another woman; it’s about a person being with another person, making a connection of the a heart. Kris went on to say that he really likes that the show doesn’t do sexual classifications and focuses on the relationships of the people.

Will we see more of Kenzi’s back story?
Jay confirmed that we will learn more of Kenzie’s back story and that she is much more complex that we initially believe she is. Also they have had a lot of fun with all of this. Look for a Wizard of Oz reference in Season 3 involving Kenzie.

On their favorite episodes.
Solo said that Episode 6 in Season 3 is her favorite. It involves Dyson and growling, but she would not say more. Holden-Ried liked two episodes from Season 2, first “BrotherFae of the Wolves” for getting a flashback to Dyson’s history and “Original Skin,” as the body swapping was a lot of fun to act.

Source: Jim G. is a TV Fanatic Staff Writer.

 

Terminator’s Linda Hamilton Lands a Killer Role on Syfy’s Lost Girl

July 19, 2012 Leave a comment

She be back!

Linda Hamilton, who figured into the fourth and final seasons of NBC’s Chuck, is returning to TV with a badass role on Syfy’s supernatural-tinged Lost Girl.

The Terminator film franchise alum will guest-star in Season 3′s 10th episode as Acacia, “a tough, sexy and ruthless assassin who has enjoyed a storied and deadly career.” As one might surmise — as one always should when it comes to ruthless, legendary assassins! — Acacia’s arrival will spell trouble for Bo and company.

In addition to Chuck, Hamilton’s TV credits include the upcoming miniseries Air Force One Is Down, FX’s Thief mini, Weeds and, of course, the original Beauty and the Beast.

Lost Girl – Comic-Con Panel

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‘Lost Girl’ Renewed: Syfy Orders Season 3, Plus Scoop From Insiders

June 6, 2012 Leave a comment

Good news for fans of the Fae: The Huffington Post has exclusively learned that Syfy has renewed “Lost Girl” for a third season, which will arrive on the network in January 2013.

Canadian fans may already be aware that the frisky drama, which chronicles life in an underground community called the Fae, had been renewed north of the border several months ago, but the Syfy renewal means that American “Lost Girl” fans won’t be left behind as the 13-episode third season unfolds.

The 22-episode second season of “Lost Girl,” which stars Anna Silk as a succubus named Bo, is currently airing on Syfy on Mondays, but as of July 20, the supernatural drama is moving to Fridays at 10 p.m. ET.

Season 3 will feature a new face: Rachel Skarsten. The actress has appeared in “The Vow” and “Flashpoint,” and will recur as Tamsin, a thrill-seeking Fae who, according to the network, “ruffles many feathers.” (Don’t they mean faethers?). Cast members Silk, Kris Holden-Ried (a cop/shifter named Dyson), Ksenia Solo (Bo’s sidekick, Kenzi), Zoie Palmer (a human doctor named Lauren who is, along with Dyson, one of Bo’s love interests), Rick Howland (Fae bar owner Trick) and K.C. Collins (Fae cop Hale) will return for Season 3. Emmanuelle Vaugier will recur once again as the Dark Fae leader named the Morrigan.

I’ve written here and here about how much I enjoy this escapist yet emotionally involving show, so I couldn’t be happier to hear that there are lots of Bo adventures to come.

Michelle Lovretta, the creator of “Lost Girl,” was understandably excited about the U.S. renewal news. “It goes without saying that I’m thrilled that Syfy is bringing us back for a third season, just as I was thrilled when [Canadian network] Showcase greenlit that season for production a few months ago,” Lovretta told HuffPost TV in an email interview. “Honestly, these characters are so intensely real to me that when the show eventually concludes, I know I’m going to miss them in an ugly-cry, rocking-in-the-bathtub sort of way, so every season order we get is a gift to my mental health.” Lovretta added that she will be writing “one or two” episodes in the third season, including Episode 310, which she called “scary and heartbreaky.”

Lovretta has been involved with “Lost Girl” as a “fairy godmother” in Seasons 2 and 3, not as the day-to-day showrunner (she talked more about that transition and about the show’s commendable exploration of sexuality here). For Season 3, the showrunner role falls to executive producer Emily Andras, and I couldn’t resist shooting a few questions to her as well. Here are Andras’ answers on what’s to come when Season 3 rolls around.

What can fans expect from Season 3?
The succubus who refused to make a choice is finally forced to make some big ones.

What will there be more of and less of?
More sex. More drama. More lightning-in-a-bottle chemistry between our incredibly talented cast. More fiercely witty lady superheroes kicking ass while enjoying non-mean-girl friendships. Less lovers in comas (notice I didn’t say “none”).

Can you talk about the “romantic choice” Bo will have to make in Season 3?
Lemme just say this: Can a succubus ever truly be monogamous? Even if she wants to?

Will there be a new big bad or an ongoing arc during the season?
Several ongoing arcs. As to a new “big bad,” well, Bo’s hard-fought notions of good vs. evil will be seriously challenged. Everything — and everyone — in her life may not be what they appear. Including Bo herself …

Are there any specific directions in which you’d like to take the show?
Into a world where a bisexual protagonist is non-news. I’m so proud of the comedic ambitions of “Lost Girl,” that it’s dedicated genre [fare] that doesn’t take itself too seriously, but I also love exploring the shades of gray; the moral ambiguity of characters who may live forever and their relationships with mortals who will not. I’m also obsessed with the different cultures, politics — the rules of the Light Fae vs. the Dark. These are worlds I would feel lucky to play in for years.

Showcase – New and Returning Series upfronts Press Release

May 31, 2012 2 comments

SHAW MEDIA DECLARES 2012/13 AN UNPRECEDENTED YEAR FOR BIG FORMATS, A-LIST STARS ACROSS SPECIALTY PORTFOLIO
“This is a hugely exciting year for Shaw Media,” said Barbara Williams, Senior Vice-President, Content, Shaw Media. “The return of record-breaking Canadian adaptations of smash hit formats in conjunction with the debut of so many original new series reinforces our dedication to delivering the best in entertaining content to Canadians every day.”
Showcase continues to be the top destination for the best in dramatic entertainment with a slew of new and returning hit series coming this fall. Starring Kristin Kreuk (Smallville) and produced in Canada by Take 5 and Whizbang Productions in partnership with CBS Studios, the brand-new series Beauty and the Beast will infuse Showcase with a fresh take on the fairytale classic. Other new series include the USA hit Common Law, which premiered to impressive audience numbers in the U.S., and the much-anticipated debut of the original series Copper, from creative dream team Academy Award®-winner Barry Levinson (Good Morning Vietnam, Oz) and Emmy® Award-winner Tom Fontana (Oz, Homicide: Life on the Street, The Borgias). In addition, Showcase will be the exclusive home to the original series World Without End, the bold follow-up to Ken Follett’s Pillars of the Earth starring Miranda Richardson (Rubicon, Merlin), Cynthia Nixon (Sex and the City), Ben Chaplin (Mad Dogs) and Canadians Sarah Gadon (A Dangerous Method) and Meghan Follows. Viewers can also look forward to new seasons of Showcase’s top-rated series Lost Girl, as well as Warehouse 13, Royal Pains, and the channel’s megahit series Covert Affairs.

Showcase
Copper (Canadian Premiere, Canadian Original) FALL 2012
Copper is a gripping crime drama set in 1860s New York City, and focuses on Kevin Corcoran (Tom Weston-Jones; MI-5), an intense, rugged Irish-immigrant cop working the city’s notorious Five Points neighbourhood. Corcoran is struggling to maintain his moral compass in a turbulent world, while on an emotional and relentless quest to learn the truth about the disappearance of his wife and the death of his daughter. His friendship with two Civil War compatriots – the wayward son of a wealthy industrialist and an African American physician who secretly assists Corcoran with his work – takes him to the contrasting worlds of elegant Fifth Avenue and rural Harlem. The three men share a secret from their experience on the battlefield that inextricably links their lives forever.
Common Law (Canadian Premiere) FALL 2012
The comedic cop series follows meticulous and responsible Wes Mitchell (Warren Kole; 24) and carefree Travis Marks (Michael Ealy; The Good Wife), partners who are great at closing cases but terrible at getting along – with each other. Ex-lawyer Wes is compulsively organized, divorced, and a methodical over-thinker, while former juvenile delinquent Travis is impulsive, disorganized, and a ladies-man who doesn’t play by the rules. The mismatched pair has a seven-year track record as LAPD’s finest in the Robbery-Homicide Division, but when their constant bickering starts affecting their work their boss Captain Sutton (Jack McGee; The Fighter) sends the dream team off to couples therapy with hard-hitting therapist Dr. Elyse Ryan (Sonya Walger; Lost).

Beauty and the Beast (Canadian Premiere) FALL 2012
From the classic tale comes a new, fresh take on Beauty and the Beast starring Canadian Kristin Kreuk (Smallville) as Catherine Chandler. As a teenager, Catherine witnessed the murder of her mother and Catherine knows her life would have been taken too if it wasn’t for someone – or something – that saved her. Now a smart, no-nonsense homicide detective, Catherine discovers Dr. Vincent Keller (Jay Ryan; Terra Nova), the man who saved her many years before. Vincent has been in hiding for the past 10 years to guard his secret – he becomes a terrifying beast, unable to control his super-strength and heightened senses when he is enraged. Catherine agrees to protect his identity in exchange for any insight he may have into her mother’s murder, beginning their complex relationship.
World Without End (Canadian Premiere, Canadian Original) FALL 2012
Ken Follett’s global bestseller World Without End premieres as an eight-part, one-hour event series on Showcase. Cynthia Nixon, Miranda Richardson, Ben Chaplin, Peter Firth, Charlotte Riley, and Canadians Megan Follows and Sarah Gadon headline the star-studded cast with director Michael Caton-Jones at the helm. The epic series follows Caris, a visionary young woman struggling to rise above the suffering and oppression in order to lead her people out of the dark times. England is on the brink of devastating war with France that will last over a hundred years, and a terrible plague is spreading that will wipe out a third of Europe’s population before it is done. With her lover Merthin, Caris builds a community that stands up to The Crown and The Church. Together, they unearth a dangerous secret and must fight to save their town of Kingsbridge from ruin, ultimately ushering in a new era of freedom, innovation and enlightenment.

Returning:

Lost Girl Season 3
Season three promises more twists and turns for TV’s favourite succubus, “Bo” (Anna Silk: Being Erica, Billable Hours). This season sees Bo make a romantic choice, but finds the road to commitment riddled with obstacles. Throughout the season, unexpected jeopardy stalks Bo and those she cares about. Though Bo battles many foes, her greatest enemy will prove to be the one that resides within her.
Returning for season three is Kris Holden-Ried (Ben Hur, The Tudors, Underworld 4) as “Dyson”; Ksenia Solo (Life Unexpected; Black Swan) as “Kenzi”; Zoie Palmer (The Guard, Instant Star, XIII) as “Lauren”; Rick Howland (Billable Hours, Murdoch Mysteries) as “Trick” and K.C. Collins (Owning Mahowny, Doomstown) as “Hale”.
Joining the Lost Girl cast this season is (Rachel Skarsten: The Vow; Flashpoint; Birds of Prey) in a recurring role as “Tamsin,” a thrill-seeking, sexy new Fae who ruffles many feathers. Emmanuelle Vaugier (Two and a Half Men, Covert Affairs, Human Target) will reprise her role as “The Morrigan,” the leader of the Dark Fae.
Haven Season 3
Season three of Haven picks up immediately following the events of the gripping season two finale with Audrey (Emily Rose) having been brutally kidnapped; Nathan (Lucas Bryant) warned against pursuing a romantic relationship with Audrey; and Duke (Eric Balfour) seemingly engaged in a fight to the death with Nathan after he discovers his family lineage is to kill Haven citizens with troubles. New addition to the cast include Bree Williamson (Gossip Girl, One Life to Live), Dorian Missick (Southland, The Cape) and Kate Kelton (Harold and Kumar, American Psycho 2).

Strike Back (Canadian Premiere) WINTER 2013
A high-octane, globe-spanning thriller with storylines ripped from the headlines, Strike Back focuses on two members of a top-secret anti-terrorist organization known as Section 20. Leading the team are British Sergeant Michael Stonebridge (Philip Winchester; Fringe) and Damian Scott (Sullivan Stapleton; Animal Kingdom), a Delta Forces operative who was disgraced and discharged on the eve of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. The two protagonists crisscross the globe venturing to New Delhi, Cape Town, Darfur and beyond as they try to thwart terrorists planning a major attack that could have global repercussions by bringing anarchy and destruction to our planet.
Cable premieres of hit movies on Showcase include:Inception, The Other Guys, Salt, Resident Evil: Afterlife, Shutter Island, The Town, andGrown Ups.
Brand-new seasons of returning series on Showcase include: Lost Girl, Covert Affairs,Warehouse 13,Haven,Royal Pains,Law & Order: UK, NCISand Rookie Blue.

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