Christmas with Tucker
In the months following his father's death, a 13-year-old boy forms a special bond with a neighbor's dog named Tucker, and learns to be a man by helping his grandparents and farmland community through a series of dangerous winter storms nearing Christmas. However, the upcoming Christmas promises to be one to remember, as the young boy learns first-hand the importance of responsibility, the faithfulness of friends and the power of love.
Premieres Monday, November 25th at 9pm on Hallmark Channel
Busy career woman Elise MacReynolds (Sarah Lancaster) has no time or desire to take part in Christmas festivities. However, a few twists of fate land Elise in the middle of her worst nightmare: unemployed, newly single, and running her family's Christmas tree lot for the dreaded holiday season. As the de facto representative of her family's business, Elise must navigate a contentious relationship with the lot's new landlord, Gary Dixon (Colin Mochrie), who thinks the MacReynolds' lot is hurting his business and wants them gone...fast. But, things are looking a little brighter as the newly single Elise has a budding relationship with Darren (Eric Johnson), one of her customers. It doesn't take long for Elise to begin to embrace the Christmas spirit. But when her landlord discovers a way to shut down the lot right before Christmas, Elise must use her newly found holiday spirit, her business savvy, and help from her new friends. Will she pull off a Christmas miracle?
Thursday, November 28th at 8pm on Hallmark Channel
Bo is a small-town girl on the run after a disastrous sexual encounter with her boyfriend ends with his death. Bo learns that she is not human, but a succubus, who feeds on the sexual energy of humans. She and her kind are members of the Fae, creatures of legend, who walk among humans and feed off them in different ways. As she searches for the truth about her origins and runs from her inhuman urges, she vows to help those she meets along the way -- human or Fae -- who need to right a wrong.
Lost Girl returns with a new time on Sundays beginning November 10 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Showcase.
Season four sees Bo venture on a journey of discovery when the lines between Dark and Light Fae are blurred.
Played, Season 1
In "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 team of highly-skilled and brave detectives is led by undercover cop John Moreland. At the top of his game, John has great instincts, and is usually in charge, but when the new Covert Investigations Unit is established, it is the consummate strategist Rebecca Ellis who is given the reigns, resulting in tense conflict between the two. Rebecca keeps John on track by balancing his from-the-hip instincts with her keen intellect. However, ultimately Rebecca and John need each other to pull off their risky plays and they know it.
Thursdays at 10pm on CTV
CRACKED is a unique blend of a police and medical drama inspired by the real-life experiences of police officers and mental-health professionals. The hour-long series is a bold depiction of the psychological side of policing and the emotional impact on front-line workers. It's a fascinating yet affectionate exploration of all dimensions of human behavior. The series reflects the reality that an overwhelming percentage of police calls involve people with mental illnesses or psychiatric disorders - people who cross all ages, incomes and ethnicities. The Psych Crimes Unit struggles to achieve balance between protecting the public from harm and protecting the dignity of all citizens ¬often at the expense of their own mental health. In seasond 2, Detective Aidan Black (David Sutcliffe) and the Psych Crimes team are assigned a new unit psychiatrist, Dr. Clara Malone (Brooke Nevin). Together with Detective Poppy Wisnefski (Luisa D’Oliveira) and psychiatric nurse Leo Beckett (Dayo Ade), they are tasked with solving the most puzzling and problematic cases the city has to offer. Under the leadership of Inspector Diane Caligra (Karen LeBlanc), the Psych Crimes unit navigates the mental health issues suffered by people whose lives are impacted by crime, be they witness, victim or perpetrator. Aidan and Clara are both accustomed to operating outside the normal perimeters of their respective professions, and need to learn to trust each other in order to succeed in the face of overwhelming adversity.
Watch Season 2 Mondays at 9pm on CBC
A Victorian-era Toronto detective uses then-cutting edge forensic techniques to solve crimes, with the assistance of a female coroner who is also struggling for recognition in the face of tradition, based on the books by Maureen Jennings.
Watch Season 7 - Mondays at 8pm on CBC
Degrassi: The Next Generation
The young lives on Degrassi Street are always rife with problems. Whether it's about sexuality, growing up, drugs or parents, there's always something going on in the high school and at their homes. The long-running, multiple award-winning franchise, most recently titled "Degrassi: The Next Generation", follows the characters in a soap opera-type format as they endure the pangs of transitioning from childhood to adulthood.
Watch Season 13 - Thursdays at 9pm on MuchMusic.
The Next Step
The Next Step follows the lives of a group of elite dancers at The Next Step Dance Studio as they work to win the regional competition. The tightly knit team of A-Troupe dancers train, rehearse and hang out within a well-established social order led by star dancer Emily and her group of friends the E-Girls. When talented new girl, Michelle, joins the team, the hierarchy of the studio is brought into question. With the regional championships fast approaching, the A-Troupe needs to come together and resolve their issues if they want to win regionals and qualify for the national title.
Watch Season 2, Friday nights at 7pm et/pt on Family
At the end of last season, former Chief of Surgery, Dr. Charlie Harris (Michael Shanks) awoke from his coma and reunited with his fiancée Dr. Alex Reid (Erica Durance). Charlie, who is still seeing spirits, battles to free himself of his connection to the after-life as his secret threatens to destroy his relationship with Alex, and even his life. Meanwhile, the doctors of Hope Zion Hospital, including new Chief of Staff Dr. Joel Goran (Daniel Gillies), continue to solve medical mysteries, perform heroic surgeries, and navigate complicated – and racy – relationships.
Saving Hope, Season 2 will return with the remaining nine episodes in January 2014 on CTV
What's Up, Warthogs!
The Warthogs gang is back! The second season of "What's Up, Warthogs!" is jam-packed with the on-air rivalry, behind-the-scenes capers, and off-the-wall Charlie videos that you love, plus hilarious new adventures involving non-stop pranks, a runaway monkey, a dark secret involving ping-pong, and more! Eric struggles to do the show on his own when Victoria accepts the student council vice-president position. Meanwhile, the entire Warthogs gang feels the wrath of President Teddy, who threatens to use his new power to shut down the show forever. Charlie is busy training for the zombie apocalypse, while Laney is building an entire city for mice. When the principal hates a particular broadcast, Mr. Denovi transforms into a crazy drill sergeant demanding that the AV gang make a show that Denovi likes. But how can the kids make a show about sweater vests and the color beige exciting? As if that's not challenging enough, Eric has to figure out how to keep the gang together when Victoria becomes obsessed with licorice, Charlie prepares to time-travel to the 1920s, and the entire gang, including Mr. Denovi wind up in round-the-clock maximum security detention! All that and more is what's up with season two, Warthogs!
Monday - Thursday Nights at 9:30pm on Family Channel
Life With Boys
Like most teenage girls, Tess Foster has to juggle school, friends, and of course, boys. But we’re not talking boyfriends or crushes; we’re talking about the tornado of testosterone that plows through her life on a daily basis. Tess is the only girl living in an all-male household with brothers Gabe, Sam, Spencer, and her dad Jack. But at least she’s got Allie, her best friend (and certified girly-girl) to provide some much-needed female perspective into a life with boys.
Tuesday's at 7:00pm on YTV
Wingin' It is about an unlikely teenage odd couple of an angel-in-training (AIT), Porter, and a disaster-prone high school student, Carl, as they navigate the halls of Bennett High. Porter has been tasked with making Carl the most popular kid in school in order to earn his wings. Now that Carl and Porter are in their second year of high school, Porter has to work harder than ever to make Carl popular. If Porter fails, he'll be replaced by the sassy new angel-in-training, Denise, who has disguised herself as a student at Bennett High. She'll do everything she can to prove she's more deserving of her angel wings than Porter. Add in Carl's new crush on his best friend Jane, and there's only one way he and Porter will survive - by Wingin' It.
Monday to Thursday nights at 9:00 on Family.ca