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Humanity, Humour, and Heart: CTV Goes Big with 2017/18 Schedule

– CTV’s Fall Schedule delivers new series on six out of seven nights; Top 20 hits return every weeknight –
– CTV announces major expansion of local news programming with CTV NEWS AT FIVE –
–CTV TWO secures SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL and THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL simulcasts–
– Canada’s best original content lives here: Bell Media Studios announces 2017/18 original productions –

**MEDIA NOTE** Download schedules, photography, and program descriptions for new and returning series at BellMediaPR.ca. For trailers of new series, visit www.ctv.ca/comingsoon 

TORONTO (June 7, 2017) – With 16 unprecedented years as Canada’s most-watched network behind it, CTV unveiled today an unrivalled prime-time lineup featuring the most consistent schedule in North America updated with new series bringing heart, humility, humour, and humanity to viewers every night of the week. Fresh from a hugely successful L.A. Screenings buying trip, the CTV and CTV Two 2017/18 schedules will be presented by Mike Cosentino, Senior Vice-President, Content and Programming at the #CTVUpfront celebration of conventional television today in Toronto.

“CTV’s unprecedented success centres around our unwavering mission to deliver only the best new programs to our viewers,” said Mike Cosentino, Senior Vice-President, Content and Programming.  “The 2017/18 CTV schedule features a curated collection of big-buzz new comedies and dramas with heart and soul, like prequel sitcom YOUNG SHELDON and new franchise drama THE GOOD DOCTOR from HOUSE creator David Shore. They all bolster a #1 lineup that already features TV’s two biggest returning freshman hits in DESIGNATED SURVIVOR and THIS IS US.”

“On CTV Two, we are launching our strongest schedule ever with big returning franchises anchored for the first time by Thursday and Sunday Night Football,” continued Cosentino. “Touchdown CTV Two!”

Among the highlights from CTV’s Fall 2017 prime-time schedule:

Big-Buzz New Shows

  • CTV freshens its fall schedule with new series on 6 of 7 nights
  • Five new dramas, one dramedy and three dynamic comedies debut this fall, with six new dramas, an original competition series, and a beloved comedy reboot on deck for midseason.

Big Returning Hits

  • CTV delivers 10 Top 20 hits – more than all other Canadian networks combined.
  • With its consistent schedule, CTV is the only Canadian network to feature a returning Top 20 hit (with total viewers) every weeknight
  • Returning to CTV are Canada’s #1 series and #1 comedy (THE BIG BANG THEORY), Canada’s Top 2 new series for A25-54 and A18-49 (DESIGNATED SURVIVIOR, THIS IS US), Canada’s #1 sophomore series (LUCIFER),  and Canada’s #1 new original CARDINAL.

Big Fall Premieres

Fall brings fresh new programming to the CTV schedule on six of seven nights:

Mondays 

    • 7:30 p.m. – The innovative single-camera comedy starring ME, MYSELF & I, starring Bobby Moynihan and John Larroquette.
    • 9 p.m. – New Marvel franchise series THE GIFTED, starring Stephen Moyer (TRUE BLOOD) and Amy Acker (PERSON OF INTEREST).
    • 10 p.m. – From David Shore, new hospital drama THE GOOD DOCTOR, starring Freddie Highmore (BATES MOTEL), with a trailer that has already seen more than 25 million views.

Tuesdays 

    • 10 p.m. – The angelic-themed fantasy dramedy THE GOSPEL OF KEVIN, starring Jason Ritter (PARENTHOOD).

Thursdays 

    • 8:30 p.m.– The highly anticipated new comedy YOUNG SHELDON, from the geniuses that brought us Canada’s most-watched series THE BIG BANG THEORY, starring Iain Armitage (BIG LITTLE LIES) with narration by multiple Emmy® Award winner Jim Parsons as Adult Sheldon.

Fridays 

    • 9 p.m. – A family-focused drama from the Marvel universe, the comic book-inspired adventure MARVEL’S INHUMANS, starring Anson Mount (HELL ON WHEELS) and Canada’s Serinda Swan (BALLERS).

Saturdays

    • 8:30 p.m. – The politically-charged comedy THE MAYOR starring Lea Michele, (GLEE) and newcomer Brandon Micheal Hall as a young rapper who gets elected as his town’s mayor.

Sundays 

    • 8 p.m. – Four-part dramedy THE INDIAN DETECTIVE, starring international comedic mega-star Russell Peters.
    • 10 p.m. – From Tassie Cameron (FLASHPOINT), a television producer’s life implodes when life imitates art in the mystery thriller TEN DAYS IN THE VALLEY, starring Kyra Sedgwick (BROOKLYN NINE-NINE).

 

Big Midseason Debuts

In 2018, CTV unveils five new acquisitions and rolls out three new original series:

    1. Two all-new dramas from primetime’s reigning queen Shonda Rhimes with legal thriller FOR THE PEOPLE and the as yet untitled GREY’S ANATOMY spinoff following a group of heroic firefighters
    2. Revival of the eponymous, award-winning and boundary-breaking 1988-97 comedy ROSEANNE, with a trailer that has already racked up the most views of any new series with more than 33 million to date, and counting.
    3. Timely and epic allegory THE CROSSING, which has already been described as LOST 2.0
    4. DECEPTION, a new take on the police procedural that appoints a crime-solving magician to deal its dramatic twists
    5. New original music series and format THE LAUNCH, featuring world-renowned record executive Scott Borchetta (AMERICAN IDOL) and confirmed mentors Fergie and Ryan Tedder (One Republic). The series showcases a mix of vibrant voices and mic-drop moments during the creation of the next chart-topping song.
    6. Starring Aden Young (RECTIFY), the new six-part original mystery series THE DISAPPEARANCE follows the Sullivan family in the wake of a tragic event.
    7. New original detective series THE DETAIL centers on three fiercely talented female homicide investigators who work tirelessly to solve crimes while navigating the complicated demands of their personal lives

Big Touchdowns

Bell Media is the home of the NFL in Canada and with a multi-year broadcast rights agreement extension that sees for the first time ever CTV TWO simulcasts of SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL and THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL. In addition, CTV continues to be the home of NFL Sunday programming at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m., all playoff games, and, of course, the gold standard of premium sports content, the SUPER BOWL.

Big News

CTV announces today the major expansion of local news programming, delivering weekday newscasts at 5 p.m. (CTV NEWS AT FIVE) across all CTV local stations this fall. Creating an additional 35 hours of original local production each week, the added news programming on weeknights ensures viewers can find their most trusted CTV NEWS at 5 p.m. as well as 6 p.m. in their market. With a perspective that is distinctly Canadian, CTV News brings viewers the international and domestic news stories of the day making CTV NATIONAL NEWS the country’s most-watched national newscast, and CTV’s evening newscasts the top local choice in more markets than any other broadcast outlet. The award-winning W5, Canada’s most-watched current affairs and documentary program, returns for a 52nd season Saturdays at 7 p.m. on CTV, while venerable political discussion forum QUESTION PERIOD returns Sunday mornings.

Big Chat

CTV’s daytime schedule continues to win audiences with the Canadian TV’s strongest daytime lineup, owning the Top 4 daytime talk shows including THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW, LIVE WITH KELLY AND RYAN, THE VIEW, and DR. PHIL, along with THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW, THE SOCIAL, and THE DR. OZ SHOW. Kicking it all off is CTV’s daytime series YOUR MORNING.

Big Late Night Laughs

CTV’s premium late night lineup includes some of the most-talked about comedic stars of the moment including THE DAILY SHOW WITH TREVOR NOAH, LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS and THE LATE LATE SHOW WITH JAMES CORDEN all of which have seen a “Trump bump” in their total viewers since the inauguration of President Donald Trump. Additional hit late night shows include THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON and CONAN.

Big Events 

CTV delivers more live events than anywhere else. Television’s biggest event programming in 2017/18 includes Canada’s most-watched television events THE 90th ACADEMY AWARDS®, SUPER BOWL LII, THE 75th ANNUAL GOLDEN GLOBE® AWARDS, THE 69th PRIMETIME EMMY® AWARDS, THE 2017 AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS, The 2018 iHEARTRADIO MUCH MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS,  2018 FIFA WORLD CUP, THE 2018 BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS, THE TRAGICALLY HIP DOCUMENTARY, THE INVICTUS GAMES OPENING AND CLOSING CEREMONIES and more.

Go Big With CTV Two

With the addition of NFL Football programing on Thursdays and Sundays, CTV Two delivers its strongest prime-time schedule in history. With 18 hours of simulcast in primetime, more than ever before, CTV Two delivers a can’t-miss schedule every night of the week:

    • THE VOICE sings on Mondays and Tuesdays
    • Tuesdays  and Wednesdays at 9 p.m. are all about heroes with DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW and ARROW
    • The laughs are abundant Wednesday with THE GOLDBERGS and AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE 
    • Thursdays are action packed with THE NFL TODAY/FOOTBALL NIGHT IN AMERICA and THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
    • Fridays are fantastical with ONCE UPON A TIME and THE EXORCIST
    • On Sundays sports reign with FOOTBALL NIGHT IN AMERICA and SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
    • Comedy strips of THE BIG BANG THEORY, THE GOLDBERGS and cult comedy-classic SEINFELD lead into and cap off weekday programming

# # #

THE CTV FALL 2017 NIGHT-BY-NIGHT PRIME-TIME SCHEDULE:

All times ET. New programs are BOLD. (S) = Simulcast

MONDAYS

7 p.m.              ETALK

7:30 p.m.     ME, MYSELF & I

8 p.m.              LUCIFER (S)

9 p.m.           THE GIFTED (S)

10 p.m.         THE GOOD DOCTOR (S)

TUESDAYS

7 p.m.              ETALK

7:30 p.m.       THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

8 p.m.              THE FLASH (S)

9 p.m.               THIS IS US (S)

10 p.m.          THE GOSPEL OF KEVIN (S)

WEDNESDAYS

7 p.m.             ETALK

7:30 p.m.        THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

8 p.m.             CRIMINAL MINDS

9 p.m.             LAW & ORDER: SVU (S)

10 p.m.           DESIGNATED SURVIVOR (S)

THURSDAYS

7 p.m.            GREY’S ANATOMY

8 p.m.            THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

8:30 p.m.    YOUNG SHELDON (S)

9 p.m.             GOTHAM

10 p.m.           HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER (S)

FRIDAYS

7 p.m.             ETALK

7:30 p.m.      THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

8 p.m.            BLINDSPOT (S)

9 p.m.          MARVEL’S INHUMANS (S)

10 p.m.          BLUE BLOODS (S)

SATURDAYS

7 p.m.             W5

8 p.m.            THE BIG BANG THEORY

8:30 p.m.    THE MAYOR

9 p.m.             LAW & ORDER: SVU

10 p.m.          CRIME TIME

SUNDAYS

7 p.m.           NFL (S)

7:30 p.m.     SPORTSCENTRE

8 p.m.           THE INDIAN DETECTIVE

9 p.m.           SHARK TANK (S)

10 p.m.       TEN DAYS IN THE VALLEY (S)

WEEKDAYS ON CTV

6 a.m.            YOUR MORNING

9 a.m.            LIVE WITH KELLY AND RYAN (S)

10 a.m.         THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW

11 a.m.          THE VIEW (S)

12 noon        CTV NEWS AT NOON

1 p.m.            THE SOCIAL

2 p.m.            THE DR. OZ SHOW (S)

3 p.m.            DR. PHIL (S)

4 p.m.            THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW (S)

5 p.m.            CTV NEWS AT FIVE

6:00 p.m.       CTV NEWS AT SIX

WEEKNIGHTS ON CTV

12 midnight     THE DAILY SHOW WITH TREVOR NOAH

12:30 a.m.        THE LATE LATE SHOW WITH JAMES CORDEN (S)

1:30 a.m.          CONAN

THE CTV TWO FALL 2017 PRIME-TIME SCHEDULE:

MONDAYS

7 p.m.                 THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

7:30 p.m.           ETALK

8 p.m.                THE VOICE (S)

10 p.m.               THE GOLDBERGS

10:30 p.m.         SEINFELD (S)

TUESDAYS

7 p.m.                  THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

7:30 p.m.            ETALK

8 p.m.                  THE VOICE (S)

9 p.m.                  DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW (S)

10 p.m.                THE GOLDBERGS

10:30 p.m.           SEINFELD (S)

WEDNESDAYS

7 p.m.                  THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

7:30 p.m.            ETALK

8 p.m.                  THE GOLDBERGS (S)

8:30 p.m.            AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE

9 p.m.                   ARROW

10 p.m.                THE GOLDBERGS

10:30 p.m.          SEINFELD (S)

THURSDAYS

7 p.m.                   THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

7:30 p.m.           THE NFL TODAY/FOOTBALL NIGHT IN AMERICA (S)

8:30 p.m.          THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL (S)

FRIDAYS

7 p.m.                    THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

7:30 p.m.               ETALK

8 p.m.                    ONCE UPON A TIME (S)

9 p.m.                     THE EXORCIST (S)

10 p.m.                   THE GOLDBERGS

10:30 p.m.             SEINFELD (S)

SATURDAYS

7 p.m.                    MOTIVE

8 p.m.                   SAVING HOPE

9 p.m.                    19-2

10 p.m.                   W5

SUNDAYS

7 p.m.                     THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

7:30 p.m.               THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

8 p.m.                   FOOTBALL NIGHT IN AMERICA

8:30 p.m.              SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL (S)

WEEKDAYS ON CTV TWO

6 a.m.                      CTV NEWS

8 a.m.                      THE SOCIAL

9 a.m.                      CANADA’S WORST DRIVER

10 a.m.                     THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW

11 a.m.                    THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW

12 p.m.                   THE DR. OZ SHOW

2 p.m.                      THE SOCIAL

3 p.m.                      THE DR. OZ SHOW (S)

4 p.m.                     US COMEDY STRIP

4:30 p.m.                US COMEDY STRIP

5 p.m.                       DR. PHIL (S)

6 p.m.                      CTV NEWS

WEEKNIGHTS ON CTV TWO

11:30 p.m.               THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON (S)

12:30 a.m.               LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS (S)

1:30 a.m.                 ETALK

Source : Source: Numeris, Sep 12, 2016 – May 14, 2017. A25-54. Trump Bump: Sep 12, 2016 – Jan. 20, 2017 vs. Jan. 21 – May 14, 2017. Audiences prior to August 31, 2009 are based on BBM Nielsen Media Research Mark II meters.

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Humanity, Humour, and Heart: CTV Goes Big with 2017/18 Schedule

– CTV’s Fall Schedule delivers new series on six out of seven nights; Top 20 hits return every weeknight –
– CTV announces major expansion of local news programming with CTV NEWS AT FIVE –
–CTV TWO secures SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL and THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL simulcasts–
– Canada’s best original content lives here: Bell Media Studios announces 2017/18 original productions –

**MEDIA NOTE** Download schedules, photography, and program descriptions for new and returning series at BellMediaPR.ca. For trailers of new series, visit www.ctv.ca/comingsoon 

TORONTO (June 7, 2017) – With 16 unprecedented years as Canada’s most-watched network behind it, CTV unveiled today an unrivalled prime-time lineup featuring the most consistent schedule in North America updated with new series bringing heart, humility, humour, and humanity to viewers every night of the week. Fresh from a hugely successful L.A. Screenings buying trip, the CTV and CTV Two 2017/18 schedules will be presented by Mike Cosentino, Senior Vice-President, Content and Programming at the #CTVUpfront celebration of conventional television today in Toronto.

“CTV’s unprecedented success centres around our unwavering mission to deliver only the best new programs to our viewers,” said Mike Cosentino, Senior Vice-President, Content and Programming.  “The 2017/18 CTV schedule features a curated collection of big-buzz new comedies and dramas with heart and soul, like prequel sitcom YOUNG SHELDON and new franchise drama THE GOOD DOCTOR from HOUSE creator David Shore. They all bolster a #1 lineup that already features TV’s two biggest returning freshman hits in DESIGNATED SURVIVOR and THIS IS US.”

“On CTV Two, we are launching our strongest schedule ever with big returning franchises anchored for the first time by Thursday and Sunday Night Football,” continued Cosentino. “Touchdown CTV Two!”

Among the highlights from CTV’s Fall 2017 prime-time schedule:

Big-Buzz New Shows

  • CTV freshens its fall schedule with new series on 6 of 7 nights
  • Five new dramas, one dramedy and three dynamic comedies debut this fall, with six new dramas, an original competition series, and a beloved comedy reboot on deck for midseason.

Big Returning Hits

  • CTV delivers 10 Top 20 hits – more than all other Canadian networks combined.
  • With its consistent schedule, CTV is the only Canadian network to feature a returning Top 20 hit (with total viewers) every weeknight
  • Returning to CTV are Canada’s #1 series and #1 comedy (THE BIG BANG THEORY), Canada’s Top 2 new series for A25-54 and A18-49 (DESIGNATED SURVIVIOR, THIS IS US), Canada’s #1 sophomore series (LUCIFER),  and Canada’s #1 new original CARDINAL.

Big Fall Premieres

Fall brings fresh new programming to the CTV schedule on six of seven nights:

Mondays 

    • 7:30 p.m. – The innovative single-camera comedy starring ME, MYSELF & I, starring Bobby Moynihan and John Larroquette.
    • 9 p.m. – New Marvel franchise series THE GIFTED, starring Stephen Moyer (TRUE BLOOD) and Amy Acker (PERSON OF INTEREST).
    • 10 p.m. – From David Shore, new hospital drama THE GOOD DOCTOR, starring Freddie Highmore (BATES MOTEL), with a trailer that has already seen more than 25 million views.

Tuesdays 

    • 10 p.m. – The angelic-themed fantasy dramedy THE GOSPEL OF KEVIN, starring Jason Ritter (PARENTHOOD).

Thursdays 

    • 8:30 p.m.– The highly anticipated new comedy YOUNG SHELDON, from the geniuses that brought us Canada’s most-watched series THE BIG BANG THEORY, starring Iain Armitage (BIG LITTLE LIES) with narration by multiple Emmy® Award winner Jim Parsons as Adult Sheldon.

Fridays 

    • 9 p.m. – A family-focused drama from the Marvel universe, the comic book-inspired adventure MARVEL’S INHUMANS, starring Anson Mount (HELL ON WHEELS) and Canada’s Serinda Swan (BALLERS).

Saturdays

    • 8:30 p.m. – The politically-charged comedy THE MAYOR starring Lea Michele, (GLEE) and newcomer Brandon Micheal Hall as a young rapper who gets elected as his town’s mayor.

Sundays 

    • 8 p.m. – Four-part dramedy THE INDIAN DETECTIVE, starring international comedic mega-star Russell Peters.
    • 10 p.m. – From Tassie Cameron (FLASHPOINT), a television producer’s life implodes when life imitates art in the mystery thriller TEN DAYS IN THE VALLEY, starring Kyra Sedgwick (BROOKLYN NINE-NINE).

 

Big Midseason Debuts

In 2018, CTV unveils five new acquisitions and rolls out three new original series:

    1. Two all-new dramas from primetime’s reigning queen Shonda Rhimes with legal thriller FOR THE PEOPLE and the as yet untitled GREY’S ANATOMY spinoff following a group of heroic firefighters
    2. Revival of the eponymous, award-winning and boundary-breaking 1988-97 comedy ROSEANNE, with a trailer that has already racked up the most views of any new series with more than 33 million to date, and counting.
    3. Timely and epic allegory THE CROSSING, which has already been described as LOST 2.0
    4. DECEPTION, a new take on the police procedural that appoints a crime-solving magician to deal its dramatic twists
    5. New original music series and format THE LAUNCH, featuring world-renowned record executive Scott Borchetta (AMERICAN IDOL) and confirmed mentors Fergie and Ryan Tedder (One Republic). The series showcases a mix of vibrant voices and mic-drop moments during the creation of the next chart-topping song.
    6. Starring Aden Young (RECTIFY), the new six-part original mystery series THE DISAPPEARANCE follows the Sullivan family in the wake of a tragic event.
    7. New original detective series THE DETAIL centers on three fiercely talented female homicide investigators who work tirelessly to solve crimes while navigating the complicated demands of their personal lives

Big Touchdowns

Bell Media is the home of the NFL in Canada and with a multi-year broadcast rights agreement extension that sees for the first time ever CTV TWO simulcasts of SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL and THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL. In addition, CTV continues to be the home of NFL Sunday programming at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m., all playoff games, and, of course, the gold standard of premium sports content, the SUPER BOWL.

Big News

CTV announces today the major expansion of local news programming, delivering weekday newscasts at 5 p.m. (CTV NEWS AT FIVE) across all CTV local stations this fall. Creating an additional 35 hours of original local production each week, the added news programming on weeknights ensures viewers can find their most trusted CTV NEWS at 5 p.m. as well as 6 p.m. in their market. With a perspective that is distinctly Canadian, CTV News brings viewers the international and domestic news stories of the day making CTV NATIONAL NEWS the country’s most-watched national newscast, and CTV’s evening newscasts the top local choice in more markets than any other broadcast outlet. The award-winning W5, Canada’s most-watched current affairs and documentary program, returns for a 52nd season Saturdays at 7 p.m. on CTV, while venerable political discussion forum QUESTION PERIOD returns Sunday mornings.

Big Chat

CTV’s daytime schedule continues to win audiences with the Canadian TV’s strongest daytime lineup, owning the Top 4 daytime talk shows including THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW, LIVE WITH KELLY AND RYAN, THE VIEW, and DR. PHIL, along with THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW, THE SOCIAL, and THE DR. OZ SHOW. Kicking it all off is CTV’s daytime series YOUR MORNING.

Big Late Night Laughs

CTV’s premium late night lineup includes some of the most-talked about comedic stars of the moment including THE DAILY SHOW WITH TREVOR NOAH, LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS and THE LATE LATE SHOW WITH JAMES CORDEN all of which have seen a “Trump bump” in their total viewers since the inauguration of President Donald Trump. Additional hit late night shows include THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON and CONAN.

Big Events 

CTV delivers more live events than anywhere else. Television’s biggest event programming in 2017/18 includes Canada’s most-watched television events THE 90th ACADEMY AWARDS®, SUPER BOWL LII, THE 75th ANNUAL GOLDEN GLOBE® AWARDS, THE 69th PRIMETIME EMMY® AWARDS, THE 2017 AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS, The 2018 iHEARTRADIO MUCH MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS,  2018 FIFA WORLD CUP, THE 2018 BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS, THE TRAGICALLY HIP DOCUMENTARY, THE INVICTUS GAMES OPENING AND CLOSING CEREMONIES and more.

Go Big With CTV Two

With the addition of NFL Football programing on Thursdays and Sundays, CTV Two delivers its strongest prime-time schedule in history. With 18 hours of simulcast in primetime, more than ever before, CTV Two delivers a can’t-miss schedule every night of the week:

    • THE VOICE sings on Mondays and Tuesdays
    • Tuesdays  and Wednesdays at 9 p.m. are all about heroes with DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW and ARROW
    • The laughs are abundant Wednesday with THE GOLDBERGS and AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE 
    • Thursdays are action packed with THE NFL TODAY/FOOTBALL NIGHT IN AMERICA and THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
    • Fridays are fantastical with ONCE UPON A TIME and THE EXORCIST
    • On Sundays sports reign with FOOTBALL NIGHT IN AMERICA and SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
    • Comedy strips of THE BIG BANG THEORY, THE GOLDBERGS and cult comedy-classic SEINFELD lead into and cap off weekday programming

# # #

THE CTV FALL 2017 NIGHT-BY-NIGHT PRIME-TIME SCHEDULE:

All times ET. New programs are BOLD. (S) = Simulcast

MONDAYS

7 p.m.              ETALK

7:30 p.m.     ME, MYSELF & I

8 p.m.              LUCIFER (S)

9 p.m.           THE GIFTED (S)

10 p.m.         THE GOOD DOCTOR (S)

TUESDAYS

7 p.m.              ETALK

7:30 p.m.       THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

8 p.m.              THE FLASH (S)

9 p.m.               THIS IS US (S)

10 p.m.          THE GOSPEL OF KEVIN (S)

WEDNESDAYS

7 p.m.             ETALK

7:30 p.m.        THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

8 p.m.             CRIMINAL MINDS

9 p.m.             LAW & ORDER: SVU (S)

10 p.m.           DESIGNATED SURVIVOR (S)

THURSDAYS

7 p.m.            GREY’S ANATOMY

8 p.m.            THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

8:30 p.m.    YOUNG SHELDON (S)

9 p.m.             GOTHAM

10 p.m.           HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER (S)

FRIDAYS

7 p.m.             ETALK

7:30 p.m.      THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

8 p.m.            BLINDSPOT (S)

9 p.m.          MARVEL’S INHUMANS (S)

10 p.m.          BLUE BLOODS (S)

SATURDAYS

7 p.m.             W5

8 p.m.            THE BIG BANG THEORY

8:30 p.m.    THE MAYOR

9 p.m.             LAW & ORDER: SVU

10 p.m.          CRIME TIME

SUNDAYS

7 p.m.           NFL (S)

7:30 p.m.     SPORTSCENTRE

8 p.m.           THE INDIAN DETECTIVE

9 p.m.           SHARK TANK (S)

10 p.m.       TEN DAYS IN THE VALLEY (S)

WEEKDAYS ON CTV

6 a.m.            YOUR MORNING

9 a.m.            LIVE WITH KELLY AND RYAN (S)

10 a.m.         THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW

11 a.m.          THE VIEW (S)

12 noon        CTV NEWS AT NOON

1 p.m.            THE SOCIAL

2 p.m.            THE DR. OZ SHOW (S)

3 p.m.            DR. PHIL (S)

4 p.m.            THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW (S)

5 p.m.            CTV NEWS AT FIVE

6:00 p.m.       CTV NEWS AT SIX

WEEKNIGHTS ON CTV

12 midnight     THE DAILY SHOW WITH TREVOR NOAH

12:30 a.m.        THE LATE LATE SHOW WITH JAMES CORDEN (S)

1:30 a.m.          CONAN

THE CTV TWO FALL 2017 PRIME-TIME SCHEDULE:

MONDAYS

7 p.m.                 THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

7:30 p.m.           ETALK

8 p.m.                THE VOICE (S)

10 p.m.               THE GOLDBERGS

10:30 p.m.         SEINFELD (S)

TUESDAYS

7 p.m.                  THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

7:30 p.m.            ETALK

8 p.m.                  THE VOICE (S)

9 p.m.                  DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW (S)

10 p.m.                THE GOLDBERGS

10:30 p.m.           SEINFELD (S)

WEDNESDAYS

7 p.m.                  THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

7:30 p.m.            ETALK

8 p.m.                  THE GOLDBERGS (S)

8:30 p.m.            AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE

9 p.m.                   ARROW

10 p.m.                THE GOLDBERGS

10:30 p.m.          SEINFELD (S)

THURSDAYS

7 p.m.                   THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

7:30 p.m.           THE NFL TODAY/FOOTBALL NIGHT IN AMERICA (S)

8:30 p.m.          THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL (S)

FRIDAYS

7 p.m.                    THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

7:30 p.m.               ETALK

8 p.m.                    ONCE UPON A TIME (S)

9 p.m.                     THE EXORCIST (S)

10 p.m.                   THE GOLDBERGS

10:30 p.m.             SEINFELD (S)

SATURDAYS

7 p.m.                    MOTIVE

8 p.m.                   SAVING HOPE

9 p.m.                    19-2

10 p.m.                   W5

SUNDAYS

7 p.m.                     THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

7:30 p.m.               THE BIG BANG THEORY (S)

8 p.m.                   FOOTBALL NIGHT IN AMERICA

8:30 p.m.              SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL (S)

WEEKDAYS ON CTV TWO

6 a.m.                      CTV NEWS

8 a.m.                      THE SOCIAL

9 a.m.                      CANADA’S WORST DRIVER

10 a.m.                     THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW

11 a.m.                    THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW

12 p.m.                   THE DR. OZ SHOW

2 p.m.                      THE SOCIAL

3 p.m.                      THE DR. OZ SHOW (S)

4 p.m.                     US COMEDY STRIP

4:30 p.m.                US COMEDY STRIP

5 p.m.                       DR. PHIL (S)

6 p.m.                      CTV NEWS

WEEKNIGHTS ON CTV TWO

11:30 p.m.               THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON (S)

12:30 a.m.               LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS (S)

1:30 a.m.                 ETALK

Source : Source: Numeris, Sep 12, 2016 – May 14, 2017. A25-54. Trump Bump: Sep 12, 2016 – Jan. 20, 2017 vs. Jan. 21 – May 14, 2017. Audiences prior to August 31, 2009 are based on BBM Nielsen Media Research Mark II meters.

For more information

Laura Heath Potter

laura.heathpotter@bellmedia.ca

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 16 years in a row. CTV is a division of Bell Media, Canada’s premier multimedia company with leading assets in television, radio, digital, and Out-of-Home. 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.

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